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Sonata da camera PW755 Grażyna Bacewicz Violin and Piano PWM
11,30 € 11,30 € 11.3 EUR
"Sonata da camera" (Sonata No. 1) for violin and piano was the first of the composer's five cyclical and important pieces for this set of instruments. It was written in 1945 and premiered in the same year by Grażyna Bacewicz and her brother Kiejstut. The very title proves the composer's intention to draw in the most conscious way on the classical sonata, though in a stylized five-movement form.

Series: Educational Series
ISMN 979-0-2740-0804-8
Language of edition: eng, pol
Number of pages: 24+12
Cover: softcover
No. of edition: 3
Published: 1997
Type: solo part (instrumental) + accompaniment
Size: N4 vertical (235x305 mm)
Easy Pieces PW5608 Grażyna Bacewicz Violin and Piano Book 2 PWM
7,20 € 7,20 € 7.2 EUR
Perfectly written, excellently sounding, suitable for music schools, teacher training colleges, domestic music-making, community centers and popular concerts.
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Childrens Suite PW5888 Grażyna Bacewicz Piano PWM
8,50 € 8,50 € 8.5 EUR
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E For E (1991) - Solo E for E Harpsichord Pw9167 Hanna Kulenty Pwm
40,00 € 40,00 € 40.0 EUR

Cadenza Pw9351 Hanna Kulenty Pwm
30,90 € 30,90 € 30.900000000000002 EUR
Scherzo PW9935 Grażyna Bacewicz Piano PWM
5,10 € 5,10 € 5.1000000000000005 EUR
Concert Krakowiak PW10141 Grażyna Bacewicz Piano PWM
9,50 € 9,50 € 9.5 EUR
This piece, dedicated to Stanisław Szpinalski, Paderewski's pupil and a well-known performer of his Fantastic Krakowiak, involuntarily brings to mind the work of the great master, but it has little in common with it; the compositions belong to two different epochs. In Bacewicz's output the piano has a specific sharpness of the tone emphasised by the use of extreme registers. Harmonies have a characteristic roughness and pungency, arising from various combinations of intervals of seconds, fourths and fifths. The lively musical narrative, both light and mercurial, is evolved, in this case, from motifs of popular krakowiak melodies, which the composer subjects to all kinds of motivic, harmonic and rhythmic transformations - sometimes deceptive or even grotesque (the change of major/minor modes), as if poking fun at the listener. Bacewicz's Krakowiak strikes one with the freshness of its original creative invention, full of ideas and with its effective, ''concert'' bravura in the full sense of the word.
55,00 € 55,00 € 55.0 EUR