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Andrzej Dziadek : Œuvres orchestrales, vol. 2. Bakowski, Kluza, Dziewicki, Lipke, Macura.
Format : 1 CD Digipack
Total Time : 00:51:45

Recording : 1990-2002
Location : Katowice
Country : Pologne
Sound : Studio / Stereo

Label : DUX
Catalog No. : DUX1666
EAN : 5902547016665
Price Code : DM019A

Publishing Year : 2021

Genre : Classical
Andrzej Dziadek (1957-)
Poème pour orchestre
Concerto pour violon et orchestre
Symphonie n° 2 "Te Deum"

Krzysztof Bakowski, violon
The Polish Radio Choir in Cracow
The Great Symphony Orchestra of Polish Radio in Katowice
Krzysztof Dziewiecki, direction
Stanislav Macura, direction

Andrzej Dziadek is a composer whose family roots go back to the Cieszyn region. As a mature artist, he uses a coherent and clearly recognizable sound language; the metamorphosis of this language manifests itself only in the perspective of many years of work, the results of which are recorded on the album. The selected works show Dziadek as a representative of a music that refers to tradition and does not shy away from the religious context; at the same time, his music is thoroughly modern in its postmodern poetics. The present album is another one devoted entirely to the music of Andrzej Dziadek for large instrumental and vocal and instrumental ensembles. Like the previous one, this album shows the diversity of the artist’s achievements in this field; it includes: Poemat [Poem] for orchestra (1987), Concerto for violin and orchestra (1992) and Symphony No. 2 ‘Te Deum’ (2000–2002). Thus, the featured works, arranged chronologically, constitute a cross-section of the composer’s activity over the course of fifteen years.

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