Blazewicz / Silesian Philharmonic Orch / Jedynecki - Accordion Works | RECORD STORE DAY

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"This album is of high personal significance for us. The works presented here were written especially for our duet by an outstanding Polish composer. Each of these pieces has a history of it's own and brings back various memories. Most of all, it presents a fascinating world of sounds that we would like you to experience. Marcin Blazewicz's compositions are saturated with unusual emotionality, sometimes with drama. Of particular significance to the composer's style is expressiveness and tonal tensions, as is clearly heard in the Double Concerto for Violin, Accordion and Symphony Orchestra and in the Sonata for Violin and Accordion subtitled 'Night Full of Sins'. This album is also special because it is the first one with Marcin Blazewicz's compositions released a few months after his death. At the same time, it is an album that the composer personally worked on, together with us. We believe it is a real honor that such a great composer entrusted us with the performance of his works. We are grateful for the opportunity to learn from him during our conversations and joint work on the scores of the pieces that were personally dedicated to us. With this album, we want to commemorate this great man and our musical friend, who died suddenly and prematurely. We wish to present some of the last works by this extraordinary composer, whose greatest desire, as he often emphasized, was to reach out to listeners and move them with his music." (Karolina Mikolajczyk, Iwo Jedynecki)