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Excuse me, but I don't understand. Does the fact that V. Klova was born and lived in Soviet Union makes him a Soviet composer? Cmapm, I tolerate your tribute to USSR (though it looks silly to me), but aren't your references a little bit to old? It's the same as claiming Kafka was an Austrian - Hungarian though he was a Jew that spent his life in Prague.
I can only remind everybody that "Pilėnai" and other works of V. Klova are written in Lithuanian and express the values and aims of Lithuania as independent country, not as a Lithuanian SSR.--T. Marc-cius 11:31, 27 March 2007 (UTC)