LANDOWSKA IN MEMORIAM

The goal of the INVITATION Festival is to showcase the music of forgotten artists associated with Poland from the first half of the twentieth century, in all its diversity and richness. Three insights into the Polish musical life of this period allow us to become aware of the role and importance of Polish heritage in the field of "contemporary" music, in the researching and popularizing of "early music", and the discerning of Jazz as the "music of the future".

Start

2018-10-03 - 8:00 PM

End

2018-10-03 - 10:00 PM

Address

Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, NY, USA   View map

PRESENTED BY FUNDACJA ARTYSTYCZNA CONCENTUS PRO ARTE

 

 

The Legacy of Polish Music Abroad at Three Glances:
LANDOWSKA IN MEMORIAM

 

Władysław Kłosiewicz harpsichord

 

Program:

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH ( 1685-1750 )

 

PARTITA NO. 1 IN B FLAT MAJOR, BWV 825
PRAELUDIUM, ALLEMANDE, CORRENTE, SARABANDE, MENUET I, MENUET II, GIGUE

 

PARTITA NO. 2 IN C MINOR, BWV 826
SINFONIA, ALLEMANDE, COURANTE, SARABANDE, RONDEAUX, CAPRICCIO

 

PARTITA NO. 3 IN A MINOR, BWV 827
FANTASIA, ALLEMANDE, CORRENTE, SARABANDE, BURLESCA, SCHERZO, GIGUE

 

PARTITA NO. 4 IN D MAJOR, BWV 828
OUVERTÜRE, ALLEMANDE, COURANTE, ARIA, SARABANDE, MENUET, GIGUE

 

PARTITA NO. 5 IN G MAJOR, BWV 829
PRAEAMBULUM, ALLEMANDE, CORRENTE, SARABANDE, TEMPO DI MINUETTO, PASSEPIED, GIGUE

 

PARTITA NO. 6 IN E MINOR, BWV 830
TOCCATA, ALLEMANDE, CORRENTE, AIR, SARABANDE, TEMPO DI GAVOTTA, GIGUE

 

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LEGACY OF POLISH MUSIC ABROAD  AT THREE GLANCES
The goal of the INVITATION Festival is to showcase the music of forgotten artists associated with Poland from the first half of the twentieth century, in all its diversity and richness. Three insights into the Polish musical life of this period allow us to become aware of the role and importance of Polish heritage in the field of “contemporary” music, in the researching and popularizing of “early music”, and the discerning of Jazz as the “music of the future”.

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