"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." The repertoire of this album includes a wide variety of Bargielski's works, ranging from miniatures to larger forms. All this allows 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." The repertoire of this album includes a wide variety of Bargielski's works, ranging from miniatures to larger forms. All this allows listeners to experience a fascinating musical journey and learn about one of the greatest pages in the history of Polish contemporary music.
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Panopticum (2pk)
Artist: Bargielski / Murawska / Wakarecy
Format: CD
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"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." The repertoire of this album includes a wide variety of Bargielski's works, ranging from miniatures to larger forms. All this allows listeners to experience a fascinating musical journey and learn about one of the greatest pages in the history of Polish contemporary music.