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Mieczysław Weinberg, Rafał Bartmiński, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit - Symphony No. 8 'Polish Flowers' download album

  • Performer: Mieczysław Weinberg
  • Album: Symphony No. 8 'Polish Flowers'
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  • Released: 2013
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Mieczysław Weinberg, Rafał Bartmiński, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit - Symphony No. 8 'Polish Flowers' download album

Mieczysław Weinberg, Rafał Bartmiński, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit ‎– Symphony No. 8 'Polish Flowers'. Label: Naxos ‎– . 72873. Recorded at Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Wasaw, Poland, from 13th to 16th June, 2011.

Album · 2013 · 10 Songs. By Mieczysław Weinberg & Julian Tuwim - Ewa Marciniec, Rafal Bartminski, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Magdalena Dobrowolska & Antoni Wit. 3:54. 2. Symphony No. 8, Op. 83 "Tveti Pol'shi" (Polish Flowers): II. Baluckie dzieci. 4:01

Antoni Wit, one of the most highly regarded Polish conductors, became managing and artistic director of the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir in 2002. He is also professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. Weinberg's astonishing ear for unusal orchestral colours (is) as evident here as everywhere else in this Kaleidicope score. -Gramophone, Apr'13. It was a masterstroke on the part of Naxos to use Polish forces. Marvellous performance by Rafal Bartminski again. Having never heard Weinberg before, I shall be looking into his other works.

Weinberg: Symphony No. Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Warsaw, Poland. 83 "Polish Flowers". 1. Podmuch wiosny (Gust of Spring). Rafal Bartminski, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit. 03:54.

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir. Antoni Wit. Ewa Marciniec (alto), Rafal Bartminski (tenor), Magdalena Dobrowolska (soprano). Recorded: 13-16 June 2011. Recording Venue: Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Warsaw, Poland. I. A product of Mieczysław Weinberg’s remarkable burst of creativity in the 1960s, the Eighth Symphony uses texts drawn from Julian Tuwim’s epic poem Polish Flowers which reflect on Poland’s troubled past and ominous future. Social inequities, poverty, cruelty in times of war and a final luminous vision of hope are eloquently expressed in one of Weinberg’s most personal and powerful artistic statements.

By Mieczysław Weinberg, Antoni Wit. 2013, 10 songs. 83, "Tveti Pol'shi" (Polish Flowers): I. Podmuch wiosny (Gust of Spring) - Magdalena Dobrowolska, Ewa Marciniec, Rafal Bartminski, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, 3:540:30. 83, "Tveti Pol'shi" (Polish Flowers): II. Baluckie dzieci (Children of Baluty) - Magdalena Dobrowolska, Ewa Marciniec, Rafal Bartminski, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, 4:010:30. 83, "Tveti Pol'shi" (Polish Flowers): V. Bez (Elderberry) - Magdalena Dobrowolska, Ewa Marciniec, Rafal Bartminski, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, 3:150:30. 6.

The Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra (Polish: Orkiestra Filharmonii Narodowej w Warszawie) is a Polish orchestra based in Warsaw. Founded in 1901, it is one of Poland's oldest musical institutions. The orchestra was conceived on initiative of an assembly of Polish aristocrats and financiers, as well as musicians.

Warsaw philharmonic orchestra and choir. Antoni WIT - conductor Henryk WOJNAROWSKI - choirmaster. POLISH RADIO CHOIR Włodzimierz SIEDLIK - choirmaster. CARDINAL STEFAN WYSZYNSKI UNIVERSITY CHOIR Kazimierz SZYMONIK - choirmaster. WARSAW BOYS' CHOIR Krzysztof KUSIEL-MOROZ - choirmaster

This album has an average beat per minute of 88 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 67/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Symphony No. 8, Dies Irae, Aus den Psalmen Davids (Warsaw National Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra feat. conductor: Antoni Wit). 8 "Lieder der Vergänglichkeit". BPM Profile Symphony No. Album starts at 83BPM, ends at 74BPM (-9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Krzysztof Penderecki.

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Symphony No. 8 'Polish Flowers', Op. 83 (58:32)
1 Podmuch Wiosny (Gust of Spring) 3:57
2 Bałuckie Dzieci (Children of Bałuty)
Tenor Vocals – Rafał Bartmiński
4:02
3 Przed Starą Chatą (In Front of the Old Hut)
Tenor Vocals – Rafał Bartmiński
3:59
4 Był sad (There was an Orchard)
Alto Vocals – Ewa MarciniecSoprano Vocals – Magdalena Dobrowolska
5:13
5 Bez (Elderberry) 3:16
6 Lekcja (Lesson) 7:33
7 Warszawskie psy (Warsaw Dogs)
Tenor Vocals – Rafał Bartmiński
5:44
8 Matka (Mother)
Tenor Vocals – Rafał Bartmiński
6:24
9 Sprawdiedliswość (Justice)
10 Wisła płnie (The Vistula Flows)
Tenor Vocals – Rafał Bartmiński
12:11

Credits

  • Chorus – Warsaw Philharmonic Choir*
  • Composed By – Mieczysław Weinberg
  • Conductor – Antoni Wit
  • Orchestra – The National Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Choir (tracks: Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Words By – Julian Tuwim

Notes

Recorded at Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Wasaw, Poland, from 13th to 16th June, 2011.

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