Krzysztof Wołek’s body of work covers a wide spectrum, ranging from purely acoustic and electro­acoustic music through improvisations to diverse forms of installations and works verging on multimedia art.


Polish Flute Quartets

A clue to the work’s form and character is contained in the first word of the title as explained by the composer is his written commentary: “this is a work of a freely interpreted fantasy genre"


Aleksander Nowak 3×4+8

The works of Aleksander Nowak (b. 1979) belong to this quite strong movement of revival. While steering clear from any dogmatic tone, neither embracing nor rejecting, they mostly maintain an interroga tive stance, and even if from time to time the mode changes to affirmative, everything ends in a hush, as if with suspension points.


Colours of a Flute

With this CD, containing works by Debussy, Ibert, Poulenc, Ferroud, Jolivet and Messiaen, the listeners are invited to embark on a fascinating journey through French music of the 1st half of the 20th century, inspired by mythology, nature, life, and – most of all – by the rich palette of flute colours.


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