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Sheet music for Maciej Zoltowski
— CD — Classical
By Maciej Staszewski. By Anoton Garcia Abril, Joan Manen, Maciej Staszewski, Fernando Lopes-Graca (1906-1994), Carlos Surinach (1915-1997), and Regino Sainz De La Maza (1896-1981). Classical. CD. Dux Records #DUX1336. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX1336).
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By Maciej Frackiewic. By Mikolaj Majkusiak, Zygunt Krauze, Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994), Luciano Berio (1925-2003), Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998), and Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Classical, Solo Instrumental. Classical. Genuin #GEN 19665. Published by Genuin (NX.GEN-19665).
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By Maciej Staszewski and The PRIMUZ String Orchestra of the Academy of Music in Lodz. By Maciej Staszewski. Classical. Dux Records #DUX1519. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX1519).
piano — —
Composed by Karol Maciej Szymanowski. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.81520).
Krzysztof Penderecki: Concerto Doppio per Violino, Viola e Orchestra - Concerto per Pianoforte ed Orchestra - Concertino per Tromba e Orchestra — Maciej Tworek
— CD — Classical
By Maciej Tworek, Pawel Gusnar, Sergej Krylov, The Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra, and Krzysztof Penderecki. By Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-). Classical. CD. Dux Records #DUX1344. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX1344).
— Hybrid SACD — Classical
By Maciej Pikulski and Thomas Hampson. By Giacomo Meyerbeer (1791-1864), Charles Francois Gounod (1818-1893), Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921), Georges Bizet (1838-1875), Alexis Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894), Jules Massenet (1842-1912), Ernest Chausson (1855-1899), and Alberic Magnard (1865-1914). Classical. Hybrid SACD. Pentatone Music #PTC5186681. Published by Pentatone Music (NX.PTC5186681).
Vocals and Orchestra — Score Only —
Composed by Maciej Zielinski. Score Only. Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne #PWM20638010. Published by Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (BT.PWM20638010).
Opera — Score Only —
Composed by Maciej Zielinski. Score Only. Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne #PWM9055. Published by Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (BT.PWM9055).
Cello — Score Only —
Composed by Maciej Malecki. Score Only. Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne #PWM10429. Published by Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (BT.PWM10429).
Mixed Choir — Score Only —
Composed by Maciej Zielinski. Score Only. Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne #PWM20639010. Published by Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (BT.PWM20639010).
- Gow’ symphonic poem for choir and orchestra (1990)
- Affecti for violin and recorder (1991)
- Quartetto per strumenti da corde for Mongolian instruments quartet (1993)
- Tantra for vocal quintet and organ to the Tibetan liturgical texts (1993)
- Four pieces for chamber orchestra (1993)
- Beg-tse I for percussion solo (1994)
- Beg-tse II for percussion quartet (1995)
- Thang-ka for tape (1994)
- Anagoge for Indian sarangi, percussion and organ (1994)
- Victimae paschali laudes for mixed choir a cappella published by Edition Ferrimontana (Frankfurt/Main) (1994)
- Emet for violin and electronic media (1995)
- De libertate humana – Pars I for two mixed choirs, ancient music ensemble, contemporary music ensemble and symphony orchestra (1996)
- Intermezzi for piano (1997–1999)
- Two German Songs to Ralf Grüneberger’s poems for baritone, recorder and piano – commissioned by APHAIA Verlag, Berlin (1997)
- Zwischen Zeiten audio-visual project to Plotin’s texts for moving lights, 4 percussionists, 4 oboes, 4 clarinets and tape – commissioned by MusikAkademie Rheinsberg (Germany) in co-operation with Andreas Schmid (light installation) (1999)
- Praeludium I e II for violin solo (1999–2000)
- Passacaglia for piano (2000)
Maciej Zoltowski - graduate of the J. Elsner Music School in Warsaw in violin
faculty, in 1996 composition – with award (prof. Marian Borkowski) and in
1997 conducting – with award (prof. Ryszard Dudek) at the Chopin Academy of
Music in Warsaw. Since 1996 assistant in the composition faculty at the
Academy. He worked as well with Zoltán Pesko and Lászlo Tihanyi during
International Bartók Seminar in Szombathely (Hungary) in 2000. Maciej
Zoltowski collaborates with many Polish philharmonic orchestras,
Polish Radio Orchestra and Polish Jeunesses Musicales Orchestra. He often uses
experiences of non-European music cultures and uncommon, oriental instruments
in his compositions. His pieces have been performed during numerous festivals,
among others: Two Days and Two Nights in Odessa (Ukraine), festival Europe-Asia
in Kazan (Tatarstan-Russia), Roaring Hooves in Mongolia, Sound Ways in St.
Petersburg. Among famous performers of his works were Stanisław Skoczynski
(percussion), Edith Salmen (percussion), and Eric Ericson Chamber Choir. For the artistic
achievements he received twice the Polish Ministry of Culture scholarship and
the Tadeusz Baird scholarship. In 1997 he was awarded with the fellowship of
the German Stiftung Kulturfonds in Künstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf. In 2000
he won the scholarship for young conductors of the Japanese Music Foundation
JESC. Winner of the 2nd prize at the composers’ competition held by the
Warsaw Academy of Catholic Theology Choir. In 1999
finalist of the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award (Tokyo). 1994–1996 chairman
of the Young Circle in Polish Composers Union. 1995–2001 Secretary General
and since 2001 President of Jeunesses Musicales Poland.