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Maria Murawska: Bargielski – Panopticum (FLAC)

Maria Murawska: Bargielski - Panopticum (FLAC)

Maria Murawska: Bargielski – Panopticum (FLAC)

Composer: Zbigniew Bargielski
Performer: Maria Murawska
Number of Discs: 2
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Dux
Release: 2021
Size: 308 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

CD 01
01. Tango (Version for Piano)
02. Blues I
03. Blues II
04. Lullaby
05. Song I
06. Song II
07. Nocturne
08. Fantasy
09. Elegy
10. Miniature I “Musical Moment à la Brahms”
11. Miniature II “The Last Post”
12. Miniature III “Fun and Games” (Version for Piano 2-Hands)
13. Miniature IV “A Lion in the Bath” (Version for Piano 2-Hands)
14. Miniature V “Chorale”

Theme with Varations
15. Theme. Semplice
16. Var. 1, Dolce
17. Var. 2, Energico
18. Var. 3, Misterioso
19. Var. 4, Animato
20. Var. 5, Risoluto
21. Var. 6, Sensibile
22. Var. 7, Capriccioso
23. Var. 8, Buffo
24. Var. 9, Con tenerezza
25. Var. 10, Vigoroso

26. Aria & Couplet
27. Caprice

Piano Sonatina
28. I. Allegro grazioso
29. II. Andante
30. III. Vivace

7 Studies
31. No. 1, Lento
32. No. 2, Andante
33. No. 3, Sostenuto
34. No. 4, Animato
35. No. 5, Allegretto
36. No. 6, Presto
37. No. 7, Largo

Beethoven’s Journey to Prince Lichnovsky
38. I. Patetico
39. II. Allegro di molto
40. III. Adagio
41. IV. Allegro scherzando
42. V. Andante sostenuto

Scrabble
43. I. Teneramente
44. III. Deciso
45. IV. Presto possibile
46. V. Violente
47. II. Andante recitando

CD 02
01. Panopticum
02. Viennese Stories
03. Tangoroso
04. Miniature I “Musical Moment à la Brahms”
05. Miniature II “The Last Post”
06. Miniature III “Fun and Games” (Version for Piano 4-Hands)
07. Miniature IV “A Lion in the Bath” (Version for Piano 4-Hands)

08. Styrian Dance
09. Crescendo-Decrescendo

The repertoire on this album includes a wide variety of Bargielski’s works, ranging from miniatures to larger forms allowing listeners to experience a fascinating musical journey and learn about one of the greatest pages in the history of Polish contemporary music.

“‘I treat the piano as an unremarkable instrument in a rich music collection. […] On the one hand, I am excited by, e.g. the possibility of writing something like a piano concerto, and on the other hand, I do not actually believe that I would be able to open a new perspective and muster significant impulses from this wonderful three-legged animal and not state the obvious. However, there is something lighter […] a wink at that bulky instrument that generates emotions of the audience and suffering experiences of adolescents who practice scales and passages, since they are in love with music.’ – Bargielski

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