Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/33787
Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Povilionis, Girėnas
Title: Istorinių Lietuvos vargonų tyrimai, apsauga, restauravimas ir su tuo susijusios problemos
Other Title: The issues of research, preservation and restoration of historical organs in Lithuania
Is part of: Meno istorija ir kritika, 2005, nr. 1, p. 120-127
Date: 2005
Keywords: Organ;Restoration;Vargonai;Restauravimas
Abstract: The present article, in the first place, describes the heritage of organs in Lithuania and discusses its importance in the European context. According to the records, at present there are about 700 Roman Catholic, 53 Evangelist Lutheran and 10 Evangelist Reformed Churches in Lithuania, with about 500 historical organs fully or partially preserved. The present number of objects just reiterates how important this area of heritage is. About 130 organs, including instruments and prospects, and separate 30 organ cases were inscribed into the list of cultural heritage monuments under the state protection, which was compiled by 1984 and supplemented in 1992-1994. The Centre of Cultural Heritage initiated the process of registering in detail all the church historical organs all over Lithuania in 2000. Over 200 churches have been visited so far. It occurs that not all the churches have the organs or they are of little historical value; however, all the organs are being registered, regardless of their quality or state. Over 70 historical organs have been already registered in the newly established Cultural Heritage Register of Lithuanian Republic since 2001. Some of them were not inscribed into the old list of Cultural Monuments. The article further focuses on the most important issues of managing, restoring and preserving the heritage of organs in Lithuania and aims at offering some solutions. It also suggests some methods of managing the monuments of organs within the state system, which allows administering this heritage area in a competent and professional way. Moreover, the article discusses the solutions of how to coordinate state-allocated money for restoring the organs, which is to replace the problem-triggering guide on Restoration Materials and Prices of Organs confirmed by Cultural Heritage Preservation Department. The major objective of this article is to highlight the issues of organ heritage to the public, search for solutions and improve the art of organ building.
Lietuvoje yra vargonų, įtrauktų į valstybės saugomų kultūros vertybių registrą. Kaip ir Vakarų Europoje, mūsų vargonų paveldas tiesiogiai susijęs su krikščioniškąja kultūra, t. y. bažnyčia. Šiuo metu Lietuvoje priskaičiuojama apie 700 Romos katalikų, 53 evangelikų liuteronų ir 10 evangelikų reformatų bažnyčių, kuriose visiškai ar iš dalies išliko apie 500 istorinių vargonų. Jų istorinė svarba ir vertė labai skirtinga: dalis – menkaverčiai, neturintys išliekamosios vertės, nes laiko būvyje radikaliai perdaryti ir nepataisomai sudarkyti diletantų „meistrų“, dalis – XX a. pirmos pusės pramonės gaminiai. Daugiausiai Lietuvoje išlikę XIX–XX a. istorinių vargonų, kiek mažiau – XVIII a., o iš XVII a. žinomi tik pavienių instrumentų fragmentai ar atskiros dalys.
Internet: https://eltalpykla.vdu.lt/1/33787
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/33787
Appears in Collections:Art History & Criticism / Meno istorija ir kritika 2005, nr. 1

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