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SZYMANOWSKI, K.: Harnasie / Mandragora / Prince Potemkin: Incidental Music to Act V (Warsaw Philharmonic, Wit)

    




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SZYMANOWSKI, K.: Harnasie / Mandragora / Prince Potemkin: Incidental Music to Act V (Warsaw Philharmonic, Wit)

Multiple prize-winner and Grammy award nominee for several of his Naxos recordings, Antoni Wit is one of today’s most highly regarded Polish conductors, an ideal interpreter of the exotic, colourfully scored music of Karol Szymanowski, described by Sir Simon Rattle as “one of the greatest composers of this century”. The ballet-pantomime Harnasie and the incidental music for Prince Potemkin both draw on the folk-music of the people of the Tatra Mountains, while the ballet Mandragora was composed for a production of Molière’s comedy Le bourgeois gentilhomme.


Szymanowski, Karol
Rytard, Jerzy Mieczyslaw / Szymanowski, Karol, lyricist(s)

  Harnasie, Op. 55
1.   Tableau 1: Redyk (Driving the sheep) 00:05:09
2.   Tableau 1: Scena mimiczna, "zaloty" (Mimic Scene, "Courtship") 00:02:15
3.   Tableau 1: Marsz zbojnicki (The Tatra Robbers' March) 00:01:43
4.   Tableau 1: Scena mimiczna, "Harnas i Dziewczyna" (Mimic Scene, "The Harnas and the Girl") 00:03:43
5.   Tableau 1: Taniec zbojnicki - Final (The Tatra Robbers' Dance - Finale) 00:04:42
6.   Tableau 2: Wesele (The Wedding) 00:02:36
7.   Tableau 2: Cepiny (Entry of the Bride) 00:01:56
8.   Tableau 2: Piesn siuhajow (Drinking Song) 00:01:19
9.   Tableau 2: Taniec goralski (The Tatra Highlanders' Dance) 00:04:20
10.   Tableau 2: Napad harnasiow - Taniec (Raid of the Harnasie - Dance) 00:05:25
11.   Tableau 2: Epilog (Epilogue) 00:02:39

Szymanowski, Karol
Boleslawski, Ryszard / Schiller, Leon, lyricist(s)

  Mandragora, Op. 43
12.   Scene 1 00:10:38
13.   Scene 2 00:06:16
14.   Scene 3 00:10:10

Szymanowski, Karol
Micinski, Tadeusz, lyricist(s)

  Kniaz Patiomkin (Prince Potemkin): Incidental Music to Act V, Op. 51
15.   Kniaz Patiomkin (Prince Potemkin): Incidental Music to Act V, Op. 51 00:10:26

Total Playing Time: 01:13:17






Composer(s):
Szymanowski, Karol

Lyricist(s):
Boleslawski, Ryszard; Micinski, Tadeusz; Rytard, Jerzy Mieczyslaw; Schiller, Leon; Szymanowski, Karol

Conductor(s):
Wit, Antoni

Orchestra(s):
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra

Choir(s):
Warsaw Philharmonic Choir

Artist(s):
Marciniec, Ewa; Ochman, Wieslaw; Pinderak, Alexander

Label: Naxos

Genre: Ballet; Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.570723

Barcode: 0747313072378

Physical Release: 02/2009

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