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PENDERECKI, K.: Canticum canticorum Salomonis / Kosmogonia (Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)

PENDERECKI, K.: Canticum canticorum Salomonis / Kosmogonia (Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra


Wit, Antoni


Antoni Wit

Soloist

Warsaw Philharmonic Choir



Venue:

Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Poland



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 57:18
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PENDERECKI, K.: Canticum canticorum Salomonis / Kosmogonia (Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)

     
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KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI

1 

Hymne an den heiligen Adalbert

5:48
     
2 

Song of Cherubim

6:34
     
3 

Canticum canticorum Salomonis

19:04
     
 

BIBLE - OLD TESTAMENT

4 

Kosmogonia

18:26
     
 

OMAR ISAIAH

5 

Strophen (Strophes)

7:26
     
 Antoni Wit Soloist
 Wit, Antoni


The range of Penderecki’s music is exemplified by this album, which presents five works written over a period of nearly 40 years. Hymne an den heiligen Adalbert was composed in 1997 and evokes the martyred eighth-century Bishop of Prague through spare but fervent gestures. More austere, but intense in its focus, is Song of the Cherubim, whilst Canticum Canticorum Salomis is a richly sensuous exploration of the Song of Songs. Kosmogonia explores a complex sound tapestry. Strophen (1959) was a breakthrough work—spare, intricate and marvellously tensile.

                          *** - Good Disc

Bertrand Dermandcourt  - Classica magazine -  - May 2013


"...This release is impressively performed and well recorded but is seriously let down by flawed documentation."
 
Michael Cookson - MusicWeb-International.com - 29 October 2012


                  ****   Good

Norbet Tischer - Pizzicato magazine - November 2012




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