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The poem of Friedrich Schiller The Gods of Greece originally consists of twenty five stanzas. Franz Schubert picked only one out of it and set it to music in such a simple and touching way. The rhetoric opening line of the Schiller’s twelfth verse has been multiplied in Schubert’s song. It sounds like a painful refrain evoking the lost grandeur, beauty and meaning – all that, what mythical Greece embodied. This concise call, repeated...

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Karol Kozłowski has been the regular guest of The Baroque Opera Festival Dramma per Musica that is hosted in Warsaw. This year he was invited to perform with an outstanding harpsichordist, native-born in Sicily Marco Vitale. They both created the idea of the chamber concert based on the famous epigram of the Roman poet Catullus – Poem 85: Odi et amo. Quare id faciam, fortasse requires. Nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. I hate and...

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Britten with AUKSO ‘’A sequence of images recalling sensations” – that is how Artur Międzyrzecki who brilliantly translated Les Illuminations of Arthur Rimbaud into Polish described this ingenious suite of prose poems. Benjamin Britten, the composer, picked only nine poems of out of the Rimbaud’s vast cycle and set them originally for soprano and strings, but soon after that, thanks to Peter Pears, the version with a tenor voice was...

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We are glad to announce that the album Pieśni/Songs of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, issued by DUX recording label in 2016 was nominated for Fryderyk Awards 2017 in the chamber music category. The recording received a very pleasant welcome of the critic and was broadcasted a few times, in excerpts, by Polish Radio Dwójka. Karol Kozłowski and Anna Radziejewska (mezzosoprano)  accompanied by Agnieszka Hoszowska-Jabłońska (piano) registered all...

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