Bibliography Update: Recent Articles on Polish Music

Musica Iagellonica, vol. 1, 1995.

  • Anderson, Robert: “Paderewski and Elgar’s Polonia” (p. 141-146).
  • Chechlińska, Zofia: “Variation Technique in Chopin’s Nocturnes” (p. 75-90).
  • Jasiński, Tomasz: “Imagination Crucis in the Baroque Music” (p. 51-74).
  • Paja-Stach, Jadwiga: “Polish Themes in Polonia by Edward Elgar” (p. 147-158).
  • Perkowska-Waszek, Małgorzata: “Les debuts parisiens d’Ignace J. Paderewski et quelques evenements de sa vie artistique” (p. 159-176).
  • Przybyszewska-Jarmińska, Barbara: “The Sacred Dramatic Dialogue in Seventeenth-Century Poland. Facts and Suppositions” (p. 7-22).
  • Rijavec, Andrej: “A ‘Polish Connection’ in Slovene Music” (p. 115-124).
  • Samson, Jim: “Chopin Reception: Theory, History, Analysis” (p. 91-114).
  • Woźna-Stankiewicz, Małgorzata: “Les lettres cracoviennes de Józef Kremer sur la musique” (p. 125-146).

Musica Iagellonica, vol. 2, 1997.

  • Czepiel, Tomasz: “Zacheus Kesner and the Music Book Trade at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century: an Inventory of 1602” (p. 23-70).
  • Chylińska, Teresa: “Szymanowski – A Witness of History. Sidelights on Karol Szymanowski’s Correspondence: 1920-1926” (p. 215-254).
  • Jasiński, Tomasz: “The Stylus a capella in the Music of Bartłomiej Pękiel: Artistry and the Transformation of Tradition” (p. 151-160).
  • Szweykowska, Anna: “Monteverdi in Seventeenth-Century Poland” (p. 71-82).
  • Wightman, Alistair: The Book of King Roger. Szymanowski’s Opera in the Light of his Novel Efebos (p. 161-214).