But despite this, things are not that simple. In particular, the string quartets associated with Mendelssohn reveal a host of additional influences and ideas.
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One example is the String Quartet No. The first movement begins with a slow introduction that can hardly deny its similarity to a liturgical prayer. But above all, Schumann continues his own personal style — both in his String Quartet No. In a letter to Clara Wieck from January 24, , he says that the composer has to be a poet. Mendelssohn also composed such a piece in his Songs Without Words for Piano op. This gesture of mourning became a central genre in the romantic period. John Passion is also heard.
In the Finale, the funeral march is intertwined with other themes from the work. Marcin Markowicz violin , Grzegorz Skrobinski piano. LutosAir Quintet a wind quintet made up of a flute, an oboe, a clarinet, a French horn and a bassoon. Zbigniew Pilch violin. Gems of Eastern Europe.
Swider: Music For Winds. Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble, Andrzej Kosendiak. Szymon Krzeszowiec violin. Beethoven Cello Sonata No. Agata Szymczewska.
Majkusiak: Sonata for violin and accordion Markowicz: Sonata for violin and piano Nowak: Sonata in Three Moods for violin and guitar Zalewski: Sonata for violin and piano. Pekiel: Choral Works. One of the finest old-Polish composers of the Baroque era. De Profundis Polish Psalms of the 20th and 21st century.
Stories from nowhere. Chopin : Barcarolle in F sharp major, Op. Michal Szymanowski piano. Double Bass Works. Mieczyslaw Weinberg Sonata 0p for solo double bass Katarzyna Brochocka Pas de Basse for solo double bass Sonata for double bass and piano Double Bass Concerto version for double bass and piano. Karol Kowal double bass. Katarzyna Brochocka piano. Mieczyslaw Weinberg. Sonata no 5. Maria Slawek violin.
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Anna Stempin-Jasnowska piano. Modern Times. Maria Oldak - Violin James Baillieu - piano.
Landscape of Memories. Pawel Wakarecy pno. Prelude in C sharp minor Op. Katarzyna Popowa-Zydron pno. Krzysztof Wolek. Elements Eppur si muove Bend. Here, the Zemlinsky Quartet prove themselves to be the worthy successors of the Borodin Quartet. Combining rhythmic invention, which ennobles the natural vigor of a reinvented folklore, bright colors shaded by the importance of the viola part, and a spontaneous melodic outpouring that contrasts with the absorbing melancholy of the slow movements, they give voice to a na stonishing feeling of eternal youth and plenitude despite a number of personal dramas that the composer had undergone.
Read review at musikzen. Review in The Strad English. Read review in The Strad English Read review at www. Combining rhythmic invention, which ennobles the natural vigour of a reinvented folklore, bright colors shaded by the importance of the viola part, and a spontaneous melodic outpouring that contrasts with the absorbing melancholy of the slow movements sublimation of the dumka , they give voice to an astonishing feeling of love and plenitude despite a number of personal dramas that the composer had undergone.
It is as though their irresistible animation formed the image of a people that was going to become a nation once again in Read a review at La Presse French Read a review at www. His own works are now being rediscovered and appreciated for the perfection of their craftsmanship, like those of a Russian Mendelssohn singing in his genealogical tree. Read a review in The Strad English Read a review at www. These ones surely do.