Paul Beckman reports on the tunes that filtered in and the masterpieces that paraded out to create Lithuania's own unique style of jazz music.Even from the street, one could catch the muffled piano notes filtering out of a tiny restaurant/bar near the Vilnius cathedral. As far as the dozen people inside were concerned, it appeared the music served mainly as pleasant background noise to their conversations. With the completion of each song, however, the number of people willing to put down their silverware or beer mug long enough to offer the pianist a smattering of applause began to grow. T...
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