Vladas Jakubėnas

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Vladas Jonas Jakubėnas (Biržai, 1904-Chicago, 1976) was a Lithuanian composer, pianist, musicologist and journalist.[1][2][3]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Chamber Music: Kasparas Uinskas, Rusne Mataityte, Edmundas Kulikauskas, Albina Siksniute, Vilnius String Quartet, St Christopher Chamber Orchestra, Donatas Katkus Toccata Classics 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lituanus Volume 53,Numéro 3 - Page 85 Lithuanian Student Association (U.S.). Secretariate for External Relations, Lithuanian Student Association (U.S.), Lituanus Foundation - 2007 "The CD under review was released in the spring of 2005 by the Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre in Vilnius on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Lithuanian composer Vladas Jakubenas (1904-1976)."
  2. ^ Daiva Markelis - White Field, Black Sheep: A Lithuanian-American Life Page 61 2010 "And she adored our piano teacher, Vladas Jakubėnas. When he appeared Saturday afternoons with his bottle-thick glasses, Nika would orbit the living room in little circles of rapture. Nika was not the only creature who venerated Jakubėnas."
  3. ^ Universitatis Jagellonica Cracoviensis acta scientiarum Page 371 Uniwersytet Jagielloński - 1982 "The discussions, however, were usually going on in closed circles, and nothing but rumours reached the outside world. A characteristic statement on the problem was made by the musicologist and journalist Vladas Jakubenas, a supporter of the sterner" policy; namely, on 19 November he raised the objection that the prevailing number of our high-ranking and respected personalities would.."