At last we have an almost complete set of Wieniawski’s works consisting of pieces for solo violin, two violins and for violin and piano.
The Argentine Nelson Goerner is a pianist particularly popular with Polish music lovers. He was a star of the previous Chopin Piano Competition.
Two masterpieces of violin literature - a concerto by Wieniawski (No. 2) and by Sibelius - are dear to the heart of every lover of this instrument.
This unusual recording debut of a 19-year-old pianist was made just before the last Chopin Competition.
This album will delight all chamber music fans, especially those into Polish music. It features three piano trios from different periods by Artur Malawski, Romuald Twardowski and Andrzej Panufnik.
A very interesting selection of pieces for guitar and a real panorama of the history of solo guitar music, from the old masters.
Featuring prominently in the prolificacy of Bach’s compositions are three suite cycles, each six in number – French Suites, English Suites and Partitas.
The soloist is Wladyslaw Klosiewicz, one of the most distinguished harpsichord-players today. His refined musicality, subtle and perfect technique and absolute artistic taste are a guarantee of success for his interpretations.
The CD Accord album with Chopin's piano concertos is a unique item on the long list of Chopin Year releases. The performers, A. Rubinstein and M. Argerich - great names known to every music lover - rarely appear on Polish albums.