Moniuszko in Borderlands Colours

Classical music

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  • Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:00 PM

Moniuszko in Borderlands Colours is the leading motif of the cycle of concerts held in Lusławice, Katowice and Kraków (24 October, Polish Aviation Museum).
The soprano Jolanta Kowalska-Pawlikowska and the tenor Zdzisław Madej perform the composer’s Crimean Sonnets and a selection of other songs; they will be accompanied by young artists from academies of music in Minsk and Kraków.

Programme:
Stanisław Moniuszko
Evening Song - arrangement for orchestra
Fairy Tale - fantastic overture
Recitative and aria of Halka If Only the Morning Sun from the second act of the opera Halka
Song The Spinner - arrangement for string orchestra: Mateusz Bień
Aria Dress That Dressed Me So from the second act of the opera The Countess
Song Kuma - arrangement for string orchestra: Mateusz Bień
Recitative and aria by Neala Paria, on paria! from the second act of the opera Paria
Mazurka from the opera Halka - arrangement: Kazimierz Sikorski
Mazurka from the opera The Haunted Manor
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The Crimean Sonnets
cantata for solo tenor, mixed choir and symphony orchestra, words: Adam Mickiewicz 
I. Introduction
II. Silent Sea
III. Sailing 
IV. Storm
V. Ruins (Bakhchisarai)
VI. Night (Bakhchisarai at Night)
VII. Hymn (Mount Chatyr-Dah)
IX. Pilgrim
X. Epilogue (Mount Ayu-Dag)

Performers:
Jolanta Kowalska-Pawlikowska - soprano
Zdzisław Madej - tenor
Choir of the Belarusian State Academy of Music in Minsk
Choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Academy of Music in Krakow
Stanisław Krawczyński - conductor
Małgorzata Janicka-Słysz - a word about music

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