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2008-01-04Krzysztof Meyer's "Impromptu multicolore" now on CD "Works for Piano Duo" by Adrienne Soós and Ivo Haag.
«Werke für Klavierduo» (Works for Piano Duo) contains a selection of works composed for the piano by Adrienne Soós and Ivo Haag. The Duo, which the two started in their student years, performs with technical precision, humour and artistic power.
Rudolf Kelterborn’s "Sonata für zwei Klaviere" was composed more than 50 years ago: its simple formal structure, rhythmic directness and more than occasional brilliant virtuosity have a youthful, naive effect.
Michel Roths "molasse vivante" for two pianos was strongly influenced by a novel; the sonata invites us on a journey through our musical culture, describing the landscape’s historic, social and geological strata.
In "Impromptu multicolore", Krzysztof Meyers has found a multifaceted, often complex tone language which is at the same time passionately expressive.
In his composition "regard sur les traditions", Dieter Ammann was largely inspired by Messiaen and Ligeti. This work already contains individual rudiments of a new tone language which the composer has since developed into a mature tone language. (Michael Bühler/T. C. Kiolbassa)
Label: Musiques Suisses – Grammont portrait CTS-M 107
Klavierduo Adrienne Sóos und Ivo Haag
Rudolf Kelterborn (*1931)
Sonata für zwei Klaviere (1954/55) 11’41’’
1. Toccata I (4’00”) 2. Ritornell (4’13”) 3. Toccata II (3’28”)
Michel Roth (*1976)
«molasse vivante» für zwei Klaviere (2004) 14’15’’
Krzysztof Meyer (*1943)
«Impromptu multicolore» für 2 Klaviere, op. 92 19’37’’
1. Furioso (6’36”) 2. Precipitando (2’55”)
3. Lento (5’32”) 4. Tempo I (4’35”)
Dieter Ammann (*1962)
«regard sur les traditions (avec quelques trompe l’oreille)»
für Klavier vierhändig (1995) 12’02’’
Klavierstück VII («Quinternio») für 2 Klaviere (2005) 11’40’’
Total Time: 69’41’’
Does music call for gender equality? It can surely defend itself. Nonetheless, the artistic advantages of excellent present-day women-composers and their eminent predecessors are worthy of being noticed and highlighted. Women have their separate and distinctive voice in Polish music. In recognition of the need to acknowledge that voice, on 29th January ANAKLASIS will release the CD POLISH HEROINES OF MUSIC, comprising orchestral works by Elżbieta Sikora, Hanna Kulenty, Grażyna Bacewicz, and Agata Zubel.
A panorama of compositional output combining Polish and Yiddish inter-war hits with sorrowful, despairing tangos from the Ghetto. The disc Bajgelman. Get to Tango represents a twenty-first-century take on the output of the outstanding musician Dawid Bajgelman, from Łódź. These arrangements and reworkings of selected works by one of the greatest composers of Jewish theatre music were produced by the outstanding musician and composer Jarosław Bester. The album comes out on 11 December.
The ANAKLASIS record label, created by PWM just one year ago (on 22 November 2019), already boasts sixteen albums, and it shows no signs of slowing down, with further releases announced.
PWM Edition has launched a campaign and an international educational project, which brings the works by Polish composers closer to the audiences worldwide. ‘Music from Chopin’s Land’ encompasses more than just pieces by Chopin – it also means Paderewski, Szymanowska, Moniuszko, Kilar, Kurpiński and many other composers.
On 7 November 2020, during a gala broadcast on TVP Kultura, the laureates of the 10th edition of the Coryphaeus of Polish Music awards were announced. The award for Event of the Year went to the premiere of Aleksander Nowak’s opera Drach. Dramma per musica, given at the AUKSODRONE festival. Aleksander Nowak’s work, to a libretto by Szczepan Twardoch based on his heralded novel, was rewarded for ‘emphasising local dimensions in universal processes, for the strength of its musical and cultural message’.
Paderewski was a great composer. Herdzin is a great improviser. The fusion of the worlds of these two musical giants has given rise to a new phenomenon, which we share with you today. On the 160th anniversary of the birth of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, it is time to prick up our ears to the most beautiful impressions on his music.
On 30 September, the call for applications for the International Composition Contest for Wind Orchestra Warsaw Wind Ensemble Composition Contest 2020 was closed. From almost 50 applications, the jury selected seven laureates and distinguished five compositions.
In the year of the exceptional jubilee, the composer's 90 birthday, a unique album is published in the ANAKLASIS catalogue, devoted to the chamber vocal and instrumental works of Twardowski. They are performed by the world-famous bass-baritone, Tomasz Konieczny, and an outstanding pianist, Lech Napierała.
The songs of Stanisław Moniuszko and Romuald Twardowski are widely known and appreciated both by the public and the musical world. But what if we could get to know these pieces from the inside out? Two world-class musicians invite you to a unique master class experience – delivered straight to your doorstep! The acclaimed bass-baritone Tomasz Konieczny and the ingenious pianist Lech Napierała will be the guides to those who are curious about the most beautiful Polish songs. The online Song Master Class program is launching now.
PWM Edition and Warsaw Wind Music Association invite to take part in the International Composition Contest for Wind Orchestra - Warsaw Wind Ensemble Composition Contest 2020. This is the first edition of the international competition for composers, the subject of which is to write a premiere composition for a concert wind orchestra.