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Exactly 60 years have passed since the legendary band Warsztat Muzyczny was founded in 1963 by Zygmunt Krauze. The group's goal was to organize concerts of avant-garde music. Four years later, in 1967, the band was finally composed of: clarinetist Czeslaw Palkowski, trombonist Edmund Borowiak, pianist Zygmunt Krauze and cellist Witold Galazka. The times have come when not only performers, but also listeners began to feel the need to experience new sounds. An innovative solution was the exploration of the sound possibilities of musical instruments, defined by the musicologist Jozef Chominski as the search for sonoristic properties (Latin: sonorus - sounding). The repertoire included on this CD focuses on composers who gave a clear impetus to the sonoristic tradition. SEPIA ENSEMBLE was established in 2012 at the Academy of Music in Poznan. The core of the band consists of 11 musicians-soloists who share a special passion for performing contemporary music. They appear in various configurations - from solo productions to large ensembles. The band also tries to fill non-standard places with new music, while expanding acoustic sounds with electronic means.Szymon Jozwiak - clarinetWojciech Jelinski - tromboneTomasz Sosniak - pianoAnna Szmatola - cello
Exactly 60 years have passed since the legendary band Warsztat Muzyczny was founded in 1963 by Zygmunt Krauze. The group's goal was to organize concerts of avant-garde music. Four years later, in 1967, the band was finally composed of: clarinetist Czeslaw Palkowski, trombonist Edmund Borowiak, pianist Zygmunt Krauze and cellist Witold Galazka. The times have come when not only performers, but also listeners began to feel the need to experience new sounds. An innovative solution was the exploration of the sound possibilities of musical instruments, defined by the musicologist Jozef Chominski as the search for sonoristic properties (Latin: sonorus - sounding). The repertoire included on this CD focuses on composers who gave a clear impetus to the sonoristic tradition. SEPIA ENSEMBLE was established in 2012 at the Academy of Music in Poznan. The core of the band consists of 11 musicians-soloists who share a special passion for performing contemporary music. They appear in various configurations - from solo productions to large ensembles. The band also tries to fill non-standard places with new music, while expanding acoustic sounds with electronic means.Szymon Jozwiak - clarinetWojciech Jelinski - tromboneTomasz Sosniak - pianoAnna Szmatola - cello
5908285287589
Dobrowolski / Kazanecki / Sepia Ensemble - L Atelier Sonoristique

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Format: CD
Label: RECART
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 5908285287589

L Atelier Sonoristique
Artist: Dobrowolski / Kazanecki / Sepia Ensemble
Format: CD
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Exactly 60 years have passed since the legendary band Warsztat Muzyczny was founded in 1963 by Zygmunt Krauze. The group's goal was to organize concerts of avant-garde music. Four years later, in 1967, the band was finally composed of: clarinetist Czeslaw Palkowski, trombonist Edmund Borowiak, pianist Zygmunt Krauze and cellist Witold Galazka. The times have come when not only performers, but also listeners began to feel the need to experience new sounds. An innovative solution was the exploration of the sound possibilities of musical instruments, defined by the musicologist Jozef Chominski as the search for sonoristic properties (Latin: sonorus - sounding). The repertoire included on this CD focuses on composers who gave a clear impetus to the sonoristic tradition. SEPIA ENSEMBLE was established in 2012 at the Academy of Music in Poznan. The core of the band consists of 11 musicians-soloists who share a special passion for performing contemporary music. They appear in various configurations - from solo productions to large ensembles. The band also tries to fill non-standard places with new music, while expanding acoustic sounds with electronic means.Szymon Jozwiak - clarinetWojciech Jelinski - tromboneTomasz Sosniak - pianoAnna Szmatola - cello
        
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