01. Milda Intrada
02. Milda, Pt. 1 No. 1, U brzegu Niemna jest gaj po?wi?cony
03. Milda, Pt. 1 No. 2, Ju? na niebie s?onko p?onie
04. Milda, Pt. 1 No. 3, Mildo! Królow? Litwa ci? zwie
05. Milda, Pt. 2 No. 1, Czemu? ten cz?owiek, gdy noc zejdzie ciemna
06. Milda, Pt. 2 No. 2, Kiedy noc do snu ?wiaty ko?ysze
07. Milda, Pt. 2 No. 3, Wtem ?wiat?o z o?tarza zab?ys?o
08. Milda, Pt. 2 No. 4, Mój Romojs!
09. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 1, Gdy im w u?miechach czas leci
10. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 2, Patrzcie! Ah!
11. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 3, Zatrz?s? si? Perkun
12. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 4, Tak?e? to dziecku, mój ojcze!
13. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 5, A Perkun na to z gniewem zawo?a
14. Milda, Pt. 3 No. 6, Znijd? ku nam Mildo
01. Nijo?a No. 1, O wiosno!
02. Nijo?a No. 2, Noc taka cienie dzi? swe rostoczy?a
03. Nijo?a No. 3, Wkrótce z ziemi b?d? wzi?ta
04. Nijo?a No. 4, Jak tu b?ogo!
05. Nijo?a No. 5, Co za g?os?
06. Nijo?a No. 6, Nim powita Saule góra, rosa nim opadnie
07. Nijo?a No. 7, Po ob?okach Menes p?ywa
08. Nijo?a No. 8, Zawrza?y wody
Milda and Nijola, forgotten works by Stanislaw Moniuszko, whose content is based on Lithuanian mythological motifs, are a unique continuation of the cantata style and form in the Polish music. They are extremely successful pieces, and the shortness of their popularity can be probably explained only with the words of the author of the libretto of Milda, Józef Ignacy Kraszewski. If our critics were able to recognise Mr. Moniuszko’s talent, we would not envy Germans songs by Schubert and Mendelssohn Bartholdy (…), better than Mr. Moniuszko only because they were lucky to be born and gain fame abroad. It seems unbelievable that these cantatas have not yet been available on album. In this context, the double- album of the Poznan Philharmonic is an invaluable contribution to restoring Moniuszko to his rightful place in the forefront of 19th-century European composers, not only operatic.