Górecki, Messiaen, Schnyder
Format: COMPACT DISC
Paszkiewicz, Izabela; Dlugosz, Lukasz; Zawodny, Szymon; Wojciechowski, Andrzej
It will not be an exaggeration to say that what holds the compositions presented on this album together is the fascination with movement. However, the sources of that interest must always be sought in the way the creators perceive the world and in the place where they see music. Moreover, each of the authors of the compositions pays great attention to unique sound, timbre and harmony. Chronologically speaking, the oldest composition is Le Merle noir/The Blackbird by Olivier Messiaen. Fascination with jazz, in turn, is expressed by Daniel Schnyder (b. 1961). This outstanding saxophonist and composer, born in Switzerland and currently living in New York, has composed numerous pieces for various instrumental ensembles. The album you hold in your hands is a record of genuine and pure emotions. It also marks an important event in the history of music industry, as no one has ever recorded the compositions of M. Gorecki and D. Schnyder.