Przybylski: Songs and Piano Works
Dariusz Przybylski: Orpheus and Euridice Op. 20, poem for piano; 6 Songs to Words by Halina Poświatowska Op. 14 for soprano and piano; In shadow of Emily D. Op. 51 for piano; Broch Lieder Op. 70, 9 songs to words by Hermann Broch for baritone and piano; π [pi] Klavierstück I Op. 80 for piano and crotals ad libitum
Iwona Sobotka – soprano; Łukasz Hajduczenia – baritone; Daniel Brylewski – piano
On the album we will find two song cycles by Dariusz Przybylski, to words by Halina Poświatowska and Hermann Broch, recorded by outstanding musicians of young generation: Iwona Sobotka—a.o. Grand Prix winner of the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition of Belgium in 2004 and Łukasz Hajduczenia—recipient of numerous prizes at international competitions, including Moscow, Nowy Sącz, Duszniki-Zdrój and Katowice.
Two singers recorded the vocal works with an excellent interpreter of new music—Daniel Brylewski, who is alumnus of the International Ensemble Modern Academy in Frankfurt am Main and has performed at many festivals such as Warsaw Autumn (Warszawska Jesien) and Berlin’s UltraShall with the European Workshop for Contemporary Music directed by Ruediger Bohn.
Daniel Brylewski recorded also three piano solo pieces by Dariusz Przybylski, among others π [pi] Klavierstück I, which is dedicated to him.
MarianBorkowski solo works
Marian Borkowski: Toccata for piano (1960); Images II for any solo string instrument (1975); Psalmus for organ (1975); Interludes Romantiques for piano (1976); Vox for any solo wind instrument (1977); Visions I for cello (1962); Fragmenti for piano (1962); Spectra for solo percussion (1980)
Marian Borkowski- piano; Andrzej Chorosiński- organ; Andrzej Dutkiewicz- piano; Marcin Tadeusz Łukaszewski- piano; Patrycja Piekutowska- violin; Zdzisław Piernik- tuba; Stanisław Skoczyński- percussion; Tomasz Strahl- cello
Paweł Łukaszewski | Musica Profana 1
Paweł Łukaszewski: Two Preludes (1992); Stadium (2002); Haiku (2002)- text by Basho, Buson, Kyorai, Saimaro, Issa, Taig; Haiku (2002); Two Songs (2000)- text by Czesław Miłosz; Two Sacred Songs (1997); Dwa Sonety po śmierci (2010)- text by Stanisław Wyspiański; Trzy Pieśni (1992)- text by Marii Pawlikowskiej-Jasnorzewskiej; Quasi Sonata (1991); Piano Trio (2008)
Robert Gierlach- baritone; Romuald Gołębiowski- clarinet; Ewa Guz-Seroka- piano; Piotr Hausenplas- cello; Anna Lubańska- mezzo soprano; Anna Mikołajczyk- soprano; Kamila Wąsik-Janiak- violin