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Poland and Pakistan. Sounds of the two continents. CD was created after a series of workshops and concerts that took place in Islamabad on 7-13 November 2012. 

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Tunisia-Poland. Rawabit-Bounds.


Rawabit-Bonds. In the search for that, what connects"  which was held in the dates of 17-26 of November 2012 in Tunis. The idea of the project was for the Polish and Tunisians artists, who cooperated for a few days, to create compositions together that were based on the roots of traditional music from both countries, including the works of Polish composers Chopin and Syzmanowski, folk music and Maria Pomianowska's compositions. During the creation of the project the poetry of Czeslaw Milosz, Wislawa Szymborska, Zbigniew Herbert and Adam Asnyk was used, both in Polish and Arabic. Realisation: concert recorded on DVD (2012)

Tekla Badarzewska. Forgotten sound


First in Poland mongraphic CD with music of forgotten Polish female composer Tekla Badarzewska. In 2011 we celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Tekla Badarzewska's death and the 160th birthday of her song, A Maiden's Prayer, which without the Internet and television sold a record breaking million copies when the author was still alive had gained an unprecedented popularity all over the world.The original piano version was recorded by 114 record companies, including the most known labels in Europe, America and Australia. Her greatest work Tekla composed at the age of 22.The tune has been an inspiration for many generations of musicians. A Maiden's Prayer is recognized as the first international hit. It has been very popular in Japan for a number of years. Over twenty years Mr. Miyayma has managed to find a majority of the 45 original scores written by Tekla Badarzewska, some of which were completely unknown and forgotten by the broad public.  He discovered them in Warsaw, Moscow, Stockholm and at the British Library in London. It is his goal to find the remaining scores. Maria Pomianowska arranged 19 pieces of forgotten female composer for classical and ethnic instruments



Chopin on 5 continents

The Chopin on Five Continents  CD is an attempt at multicultural meeting, whose driving axis is the composer's selected masterpieces. The CD features pieces inspired by Chopin's works. It is a collision of ethnical instruments from all over the world and the classical and folk European instruments.  It is also a meeting of popular musical themes with selected Chopin's works. Besides the ethnic orchestration of the composer's works, the CD also presents fusions of Chopin's themes with the well-known melodies from Japan , China  or specially composed melodies based on the rhythms and music of Iran, India, the Balkans, Armenia, and etc.This is another attempt of ours at answering the question why the genius works, which grew out of the Masovian traditions, are understood and admired on every musical instrument in every part of the world.  pa


Four seasons. Sacrum & Profanum

Each year in Polish tradition is traced by the recurrent rhytm of holidays, ceremonies and rituals. They are related to the important events that determine the spiritual evolution of every Christian who takes an active part in keeping vigilance during Advent, who shares the joy of Christmas, who experiances the sadness of Lent and the excultation of Easter. However the Christian holidays interwine with the almost-forgotten pagan customs, superstitions and beliefs. This kind of folk music is presenting by CD.

MTJ 2008