Music for piano and orchestra by Polish composers. Ewa Strusinska conducts the Beethoven Academy Orchestra.
Reprint edition of the complete set of parts for Moniuszko's string quartets nos. 1 and 2. Based on the complete works edition volume 33. No. 1 duration ca. 18 minutes. No. 2 duration ca. 20 minutes.
A selection of shorter works for piano by Moniuszko, including original works and transcriptions. 23 pieces in all. Reprinted from earlier editions.
Music by contemporary Polish composers, including Krzysztof Olczak, Andrzej Dziadek, Radoslaw Luczkowski, Tadeusz Dixa, and Marek Czerniewicz.
Contents: 12 Lieder, by Karlowicz; 14 Lieder, by Moniuszko; 5 Lieder aus Op. 74, by Chopin; from 12 Mazurkas for voice and piano by Chopin / Viardot-Garcia. With Holger Berndsen, piano.
From volume 32 of the Stanislaw Moniuszko Complete Edition, Witold Rudzinski, general editor.
This work was jointly composed by the brothers Wieniawski around 1851, and was dedicated to Stanislaw Moniuszko. The music is based on two songs by Moniuszko. With program and biographical notes. Of advanced difficulty.
Mezzo Urszula Kryger and alto Jadwiga Rappe perform music by Moniuszko, Dargomyzski, Cui, and Dvorak. With pianist Mariusz Rutkowski.
Filmed in 2002. Includes music by Moniuszko, Wieniawski, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Elgar, Paganini, Dvorak, Bizet and much more. Featuring violinist Vadim Repin. Conducted by Mariss Jansons.
This volume contains 25 pieces for piano by Chopin, Moniuszko, Paderewski, Szymanowski, Maciejewski, and Lutoslawski. With an afterword in Polish and English. Reprinted from earlier editions.
Contents: Paria (edition numbeer 1241) -- Flis (edition number 1242) -- Halka (edition number 1243) -- Jawnuta (edition number 1244) -- Verbum Nobile (edition number 1245). Each volume contains a preface in German and English. The volumes are all available separately as well. Reprint editions.
Contents: Piano Concerto -- Violin Concerto -- Cello Concerto. With Robert Kabara, violin; Roman Jablonski, cello; Bogdan Czapiewski, piano; and the Symphony Orchestra of the Stanislaw Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdansk.
With Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska, piano.
Piotr Kusiewicz, tenor; Ryszard Minkiewicz, tenor; Pawel Skaluba, tenor; Krzysztof Szmyt, tenor; Roman Perucki, organ.
Contents: Paria -- Hulka -- Verbum Nobile -- Flis -- Hrabina -- Straszny Dwor -- Jawnuta -- Nowy Don Kichot, czyli Sto szalenstw -- Kochanka Hetmanska -- Bajka. Antoni Wit conducts the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.