Here we have a splendid creation by the harpsichordist Wladyslaw Klosiewicz. The album is exceptional in that the temperament of the performer matches perfectly the unique qualities of Froberger's music.
The church cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685−1750) are masterpieces ranked among the supreme achievements of European culture and constitute the most splendid musical pendant to the Bible in its Protestant, German and Lutheran interpretation.
Bach's Solo Cello Suites, although very precise in form, offer the player an unlimited range of interpretations. In each of the six suites the music is both perfectly structured and filled with a variety of moods, from carefree play to religious ecstasy.
The ballet "Harnasie" - thematically based on the life of Polish mountain farmers - is probably the best known work of the greatest Polish composer after Chopin: Karol Szymanowski.
Some time ago Kaja Danczowska made an amazing recording of Szymanowski with Krystian Zimmerman. This time she plays both concertos accompanied by the National Philharmonic.
Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880), a violin virtuoso, was regarded in his lifetime as the successor of Paganini and was compared to such great violinists of the time as Henri Vieuxtemp or Jozef Joachim.
In the beginning... there was Maksymiuk. The first recordings of the famous founder of the orchestra and the history of a great career.
A Fryderyk '96 nomination. Excellent interpretations of Mozart and Beethoven.
Light, shade, sensitivity, thoughtfulness, emotion, reflection, dreams, passion, brilliance, effectiveness, momentum and impetus; a bewitching melodic line, with unexpected contrasts of competing male and female characteristics − the sumptuous expression of a romantic piano in dialogue with a romantic orchestra...