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Two works for piano and orchestra from Polish composer Kazimierz Serocki, recorded for Polish Radio in Krakow in 1973 with Jerzy Witkowski on piano (Forte e piano) and for Great Polish Radio in Katowice in 1979 with Szablocs Esztenyi on piano ("Pianophonie").
 

Kazimierz, Serocki
Pianophonie

Kazimierz, Serocki : Pianophonie (Bolt)

Label: Bolt    
Released in: Poland    


"The contemporary status of 'Forte e piano' and 'Pianophonie' is different. Forte e piano is one of Serocki's lesser known and acclaimed works, while 'Pianophonie' is considered his greatest masterpiece. However, it's worth remembering that 'Forte a piano' and 'Pianophonie' are interrelated. It's difficult to imagine the latter without the former."-Iwona Lindstedt



"Serocki was born in Toruń. He studied composition with Kazimierz Sikorski and piano with Stanisław Szpinalski at the State Higher School of Music in Łódź and graduated in 1946. He continued in Paris, studying composition with Nadia Boulanger and piano with Lazare Lévy, before graduating in 1947-1948. Between 1946 and 1951 he performed many times as a concert pianist in Poland and abroad, but for the rest of his career, he was focused exclusively on composition. Serocki's output is concentrated in two main spheres: orchestral music and vocal-instrumental pieces to Polish texts selected with fine discrimination.

Serocki was one of the founders, along with Tadeusz Baird, of the Warsaw Autumn international contemporary music festival. Together with Tadeusz Baird and Jan Krenz he formed the composers' group Group 49. He was vice-president of the central administration of the Polish Composers' Union from 1954 to 1955. He received a number of Polish and foreign awards, including several State Prizes, among them one in 1952 for his music to the film Young Chopin. He also received a prize at the UNESCO competition in 1959, for the Sinfonietta and the award of the Minister of Culture and Fine Arts in 1963 for the whole of his work. He died, aged 58, in Warsaw."-Wikipedia






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Product Information:

UPC: 5902547012872

Label: Bolt
Catalog ID: BR 1032
Squidco Product Code: 21863

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Poland
Packaging: Digipack
Track one recorded at the Polish Radio, In Krakow, Poland in 1973.

Track two was recorded at Great Polish Radio in Katowice, Poland in 1979.

Personnel:

Serocki Kazimierz-composer

Szablocs Esztenyi-piano

Jerzy Witkowski-piano

Polish Radio and television Symphony Orchestra in Krakow

Great Polish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra in Katowice

Stanislaw Wislocki-conductor

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Track Listing:

1. Forte e piano 12:15

2. Pianophonie 32:38