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Marcin Mielczewski: Sacred Choral Music

Andrzej Kosendiak

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Triumphalis dies
Marcin Mielczewski; Aldona Bartnik; Aleksandra Turalska; Matthew Venner; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Tomáš Lajtkep; Jonathan Brown; Jerzy Butryn; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:07
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Laudate Dominum
Marcin Mielczewski; Aldona Bartnik; Aleksandra Turalska; Matthew Venner; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Tomáš Lajtkep; Jonathan Brown; Jerzy Butryn; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:14
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Audite et admiramini
Marcin Mielczewski; Aldona Bartnik; Aleksandra Turalska; Matthew Venner; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Tomáš Lajtkep; Jonathan Brown; Jerzy Butryn; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:55
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Currite populi
Marcin Mielczewski; Aldona Bartnik; Aleksandra Turalska; Matthew Venner; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Tomáš Lajtkep; Jonathan Brown; Jerzy Butryn; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:27
5
Canzona primna a 3
Marcin Mielczewski; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:38
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Veni Domine
Marcin Mielczewski; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Tomáš Král; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:00
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Deus in nomine tuo
Marcin Mielczewski; Tomáš Král; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:50
8
Sub tuum praesidium
Marcin Mielczewski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:09
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Salve Virgo puerpera
Marcin Mielczewski; Piotr Olech; Maciej Gocman; Tomáš Král; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:39
10
Canzona terza a 3
Marcin Mielczewski; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
2:52
Vesperae dominicales (arr. by R. Gilmour)  
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Dixit Dominus
Marcin Mielczewski; Russell Gilmour; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Piotr Olech; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Tomáš Král; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
4:00
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Confitebor
Marcin Mielczewski; Russell Gilmour; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Piotr Olech; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Tomáš Král; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
6:29
13
Beatus vir
Marcin Mielczewski; Russell Gilmour; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Piotr Olech; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Tomáš Král; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:02
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Laudate pueri
Marcin Mielczewski; Russell Gilmour; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Piotr Olech; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Tomáš Král; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:11
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Magnificat
Marcin Mielczewski; Russell Gilmour; Aldona Bartnik; Agnieszka Ryman; Piotr Olech; Piotr Łykowski; Maciej Gocman; Karol Kozłowski; Tomáš Král; Bogdan Makal; Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble; Andrzej Kosendiak
5:07
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:40
In the years leading up to this release, Polish conductor Andrzej Kosendiak had been rediscovering repertoire from 17th and 18th century composers with whom he'd been acquainted at the beginning of his musical path. During his preparation for the recording with the Wrocław Baroque Ensemble, he was torn between the knowledge of the works and the sensibilities of a performer living in the the 21st century. The idea of performing Mielczewski's Vespers in the way they were presented in larger and richer centres like Gdansk or Wroclaw in the second half of the 17th century seemed highly appealing. In the double choir pieces, Kosendiak was particularly mindful of the ensembles' spatial arrangement, placed opposite each other, ensuring it be reflected in the sound of the album. For space plays an exceptionally vital role in Mielczewski's music, written in the spirit of the Benetian polychoral tradition. The acoustics of the Narodowe Forum Muzyki (NFM) concert hall offer fantastic opportunities for realizing the composer's spatial concepts.

"For this recording I invited a group of artists with whom I work regularly. We all share a fascination for early Polish music and an understanding of its repertoire, which allows us to be mutually inspired in the preparation and performance of these musical works."
- Andrzej Kosendiak
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