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Sheet music for Marian Borkowski
— listening CD — Classical
By Jennifer Borkowski. By Jennifer Borkowski; Claude Debussy; Shirish Korde; Marin Marais. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.RR7919).
Choral — Octavo — Classical
Composed by Marian Borkowski (1934-). PWM. Classical. Octavo. 8 pages. Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne #11581010. Published by Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (HL.215264).
— 2 listening CDs —
By Greg Banaszak; Beethoven Academy Orchestra; Piotr Borkowski. By Joanna Bruzdowicz ; David Morg. 2 listening CDs. Published by Centaur (NX.CRC-2889-90).
SATB choir with optional solo — — Ave Maria, Marian, Advent, Marian, Mother's Day, 21st Century
Composed by Michael John Trotta. Marian. Advanced/Collegiate|Cathedral Series. Ave Maria, Marian, Advent, Marian, Mother's Day, 21st Century. 7 pages. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MQ.50-0087-E).
unison voices or SATB choir, organ — octavo — Marian
Composed by Latona / Brumby / Penkala. Three easy pieces for Marian Masses. Marian. Octavo. Published by CanticaNOVA Publications (C5.5290).
— listening CD —
By Mikolajczyk-Niewiedzial, Banaszak, Ravel Piano Duo, Podlasie Philharmonic Orchestra And Choir, Bielecka, and Borkowski. By Pawel Lukaszewski. Listening CD. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX356).
— listening CD —
By Yoon, Gorzow Philharmonic Orchestra, and Borkowski. By Tchaikovsky Sibelius. Listening CD. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX336).
guitar — Softcover — Classical
Guitar Works (Urtext). Composed by Joaquin Turina (1882-1949). Edited by Marian Alvarez Benito. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Guitar. Seit langem fragen viele Gitarristen nach einer sorgfaltig edierten Urtext-Ausgabe, die den in den Autographen uberlieferten Originaltext des Komponisten berucksichtigt. Marian Alvarez hat nun erstmals einen zuverlassigen Notentext fur die Werke Turinas e. Classical. Softcover. 62 pages. Schott Music #ED 9540. Published by Schott Music (HL.49018027).
harp solo — score & instrument part — Secular, 21st Century, Marian
Composed by David Conte (1955-). Instrumental Solo. Secular, 21st Century, Marian. Score & instrument part. Duration 11 minutes. E.C. Schirmer Publishing #6535. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.6535).
piano — Score — classical
Composed by Marian Marciak. Classical. Score. 18 pages. Editions Combre #C05761. Published by Editions Combre (LM.C05761).
- 2 Mazurkas for piano (1958)
- Toccata for piano (1960)
- Sfere for chamber orchestra (1961)
- Sonata for piano (1961)
- Lirical Preludes for soprano and piano, to words by Konstanty I. Galczynski (1962)
- Visions for solo cello (1962)
- Fragmenti for piano (1962)
- Aria for soprano and 7 instruments (1963)
- Acclamations for 4 choirs, 6 instrumental groups and organ, to Byzantine texts (1964)
- Dram for orchestra (1966)
- Epitaphium for female choir and instrumental ensemble (1968)
- Lullaby for mixed choir a cappella (1970)
- Limits for orchestra (1971)
- Selection for 5 for chamber ensemble (1972)
- Images I for any solo voice (1973)
- Comes for chamber ensemble (1974)
- Psalmus for organ (1975)
- Norwidiana 75 for female voice and chamber ensemble (1975)
- Images II for any solo string instrument (1975)
- Variant for instrumental ensemble (1976)
- Speranza for flute and piano (1976)
- Vox for any solo brass instrument (1977)
- Dialoghi for 2 pianos (1977)
- Mont for orchestra (1978)
- Spectrafor solo percussion (1980)
- Dynamics for 6 percussionists (1981)
- Mater mea for mixed choir a cappella, to words by Krzysztof K. Baczynski (1982)
- Apasionante for 2 instruments (string and brass) (1983)
- Concerto for any solo string instrument and orchestra (1985/86)
- Pax in terra I for female voice, 4 guitar groups and tubular bells (1987)
- Pax in terra II for female voice, percussion and organ (1988)
- Prologuefor trumpet and organ (1990)
- Adoramus for mixed choir a cappella (1991)
- Ritornel for orchestra (1992)
- Hosanna for mixed choir and 4 instruments (1993)
- Regina caeli for mixed choir a cappella (1995)
- Kassandra for female voice, mixed choir and orchestra (1996/97)
- De profundis for mixed choir and orchestra (1998)
Marian BORKOWSKI was born in 1934 in Pabianice (Poland). Composer, musicologist, pianist, teacher.
He studied composition with Kazimierz Sikorski and piano with Jan Ekier and
Natalia Hornowska at the Academy of Music in Warsaw (1959 -1965;
Master of Arts in 1965). At the same time studied musicology at
Warsaw University under Jozef M.Chominski (Master of Musicology
in 1966). In the years 1966 -1968, as a French Government grantee,
he continued postgraduate studies in composition with Nadia
Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen at Paris Conservatory
and in musicology under Jacques Chailley and Barry S.Brook at Paris University.
Simultaneously, he studied philosophy with Jean Hyppolite and Jules Vuillemin at the Sorbonne
and the College de France. Moreover, he took part in the International Courses of New Music in Darmstadt
(1972, 1974) and in the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena (1973, 1975 Diploma di
Merito), where he worked with Gyorgy Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Karlheinz Stockhausen and
Franco Donatoni. Since 1968 he has been teaching composition and orchestration at the
Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw: lecturer (1968 -1971), assistant professor (1971-1976), associate professor (1976 -1989), full professor (since 1989); deputy dean of the
Faculty of Composition, Conducting and Music Theory (1975 -1978), vice-president of the
Academy (1978 -1981, 1987-1990), head of the Chair of Music Theory (from 1993), dean of
the Faculty of Composition, Conducting and Music Theory (from 1996), organizer and head
of the Postgraduate Studies in Music Theory (from 1998). Since 1989 he has also held visiting
professorship in composition and guest artist at Concordia University and the University of
Montreal in Canada; at the National Conservatory of Music in Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris); at
the Accademia Musicale Chigiana (Siena) in Italy; at the University of Kansas (Lawrence), the
University of Southern California (Los Angeles), San Francisco State University, Eastman
School of Music (Rochester), Georgia State University (Atlanta), Tulane University of
Louisiana (New Orleans), the University of North Texas (Denton), Bowling Green State
University, Shenandoah University (Winchester), the University of Charlston, Rice University
(Houston), the University of Miami, the William Paterson University of New Jersey (Wayne),
the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory (Berea, Ohio) and the Southwest Missouri State University
(Springfield) in the U.S.A.; at Hanyang University (Seoul), Seoul Conservatory of Music, and
the Keimyung University (Taegu) in Korea. Among his pupils there are many outstanding
Polish composers of young and middle generation (a.o.: Marcin Blazewicz,
Renata Kunkel, Maria Pokrzywinska, Alicja Gronau-Osinska, Jerzy Kornowicz, Marcin
Wierzbicki, Dorota Dywanska, Pawel Lukaszewski, Maciej Zoltowski, Tadeusz Trojanowski, Maciej
Zielinski, Aleksander Kosciow, Emilian Madey), as well as postgraduate foreign
students in composition, a.o.: Fanny Tran (Belgium), Choi Chun-Hee (Korea), Daniel Luzko
(Paraguay), Lee Chong-Man (Korea), Joe Cutler (Great Britain), Hong Jin-Pyo (Korea). From
1971 to 1977 he was a deputy chairman of the Warsaw Branch of the Polish Composers Union.
Since 1985 founder and artistic director of the Festival Laboratory of Contemporary
Music and a chairman of Academic Council of the Polish Institute of Music. From 1995
president of the Laboratory of Contemporary Music Association
His compositions have been presented at chamber and symphonic music concerts in 25
European countries as well as in Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Columbia, Cuba, Iran, Jamaica,
Japan, Mexico, South Korea, and U.S.A. His pieces were also performed at many music
festivals: St. Petersburg, Darmstadt, Aix-en-Provence, Witten, Paris, Los Angeles, Utrecht,
Mexico-City, Munich, Salzburg, Lisbon, Geneva, Lvov, Pusan, Viitasaari, Taegu, Metz,
Warsaw, Madrid, Berlin, Seoul, a. o. Many of his compositions were recorded for the radio
and television (in more than 20 countries) by such record companies as: Muza, Veriton,
Olympia, ProViva Intersound, Polonia Records, Sound-Pol, Dux, MTJ, Acte Prealable.
Appeared in piano recitals in Poland, France, Italy, Canada, U.S.A., Austria, Russia. Jury
member of international competitions in composition in Poland and abroad, e.g. in Belgrade,
Florence, Paris, Esztergom, New Orleans. He is author of several scholarly works on
contemporary music. Marian Borkowski is a prize winner of the Young Composers
Competition in Warsaw (1966), the International Composers Competition B. Viotti in Vercelli
(1969), the K. Szymanowski Competition for Composers in Warsaw (1974), the International
New Music Composers Competition in New York (1990), and the Award of the Minister of
Culture and Art (1976, 1980, 1982). Holder of Silver Cross of Merit of the Republic of Poland
(1977), Silver Medal Premio Vittorio Gui (Italy, 1979), Medal of the Chopin Academy of
Music (1981), Knights Cross of Order Polonia Restituta (1984).