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Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet - Krauze: Chamber Music flac album

Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet - Krauze: Chamber Music flac album
  • Performer: Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet
  • Title: Krauze: Chamber Music
  • Genre: Classical
  • Style: Chamber Music
  • Date of release: 1994
  • MP3 size: 1309 mb
  • FLAC size 1574 mb
  • Formats AU AA RA TTA AHX DXD
  • Duration: 01:02:14

Krauze: Chamber Music. Piano, Primary Artist. Silesian String Quartet. Primary Artist, String Quartet.

Krauze: Chamber Music. Krauze: Chamber Music. Stone Music for Piano. Zygmunt Krauze, Silesian String Quartet. 3. String Quartet No. 2.

CHAMBER WORKS Silesian String Quartet Krzysztof Jaguszewski – vibraphone Roman Widaszek – clarinet. P. Szymański: Five pieces for string quartet Compartment 2, Car 7 for string trio and vibraphone Two pieces for string quartet Recalling a Serenade for clarinet and string quartet A Photo from the Birthday Party (The Silesian String Quartet with a Shadow of Bartók). STRING QUARTETS Silesian String Quartet. Fryderyk" Award for the best chamber music album of 1997; Award "CD of the year" of the "STUDIO" Magazine. Karol Szymanowski: String Quartet No. 1 String Quartet No. 2 Witold Lutosławski: String Quartet. Zygmunt Krauze: Quatuor a cordes N. Stone Music for piano Quatuor a cordes N. Quintette pour piano.

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Among them was Zygmunt Krauze (1938- ). While the others had been looking to the European avant-garde led by Boulez, Nono, and Stockhausen, Krauze had begun absorbing influences from American experimental and minimalist music by composers like John Cage, Morton Feldman, and Terry Riley. A pianist as well as a composer, in 1964 he was involved in Poland’s first happening : Non-Stop, by his colleague Bogusław Schaeffer.

Zygmunt Krauze is an important artist of his generation: a respected composer, valued pianist, educator, organiser of musical events and a judge in many international competitions. In 1987 he was appointed President of the International Society for Contemporary Music and has been an honorary member of the organization since 1999

Zygmunt Krauze, the pianist and composer, was born in Warsaw on 19th September 1938. A 1962 and 1964, respectively, graduate of the National Higher School of Music piano studies in the class of Maria Wilkomirska and of composition with Kazimierz Sikorski, Krauze continued his music education in Paris on a French Government scholarship as a student of Nadia Boulanger in 1966-67. Since 1963 Krauze has been playing concerts as a pianist in Europe and the United States, performing mainly contemporary works.

Zygmunt Krauze won the First Prize of the Gaudeamus Competition in Holland in 1966. Since then he has continued his carrier as a pianist performing mostly 20th century music. In 1967 he founded The Warsaw Music Workshop ensemble, which commissioned works from over 100 composers. He served as its artistic director and pianist for over 20 years

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 String Quartet No. 3 Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet 20:51
2 Stone Music for Piano Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet 9:26
3 String Quartet No. 2 Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet 15:54
4 Piano Quintet Zygmunt Krauze / Silesian String Quartet 16:03

Credits:

Andrzej Chlopecki - Liner Notes
Zygmunt Krauze - Piano, Primary Artist
Silesian String Quartet - Primary Artist, String Quartet
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