Blazewicz / Majkusiak / Przybylski - Polish Accordion Concertos | RECORD STORE DAY
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Since the 1960s the Polish accordion concerto has enjoyed increasing popularity and in recent years no one has inspired more composers to write for the instrument than Klaudiusz Baran. The three most important Polish concertos are showcased in this album. Marcin Blazewicz's concerto possesses a fascinating wealth of colors with spectacular passages and melodic arabesques cast in a richly communicative language. Mikolaj Majkusiak's youthful Concerto Classico is a virtuosic synthesis of old and contemporary forms, while in 1973 Bronislaw Przybylski wrote a swashbuckling concerto full of the folkloric influence of Polish dances.