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[2024] PFB 0109

ELGAR / LISZT

Maciej Kułakowski cello
Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk conductor
PFB Orchestra

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Edward Elgar
Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85

Adagio-Moderato
Lento – Allegro molto
Adagio
Allegro – Moderato – Allegro, ma non-troppo – Poco più lento – Adagio

Ferenc Liszt
Symphonic poem no. 3, p. 97 (Les Preludes)

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Recording, mixing and mastering: Igor V. Budaj
Recording: Radosław Łuczkowski

Edited and proofread by: Radosław Grosfeld
Graphic design: Above Design

The recording was made in November 2023 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2023] PFB 0108

VIRTUOSIES AND VISIONERS

An artistically fascinating album wg Klassik Heute (review published HERE)

WORLD PREMIERE

Łukasz Długosz flute, piccolo flute
Agata Kielar-Długosz flute
Roman Perucki organs
Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk conductor
PFB Orchestra

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Joanna Bruzdowicz-Tittel
Concerto for flute, organ and orchestra

À la Rondo
À la Fuga
Ritornello à la Toccata

Peter Moss
According to Memling: Concerto for flute, organ and orchestra

Paweł Mykietyn
Spa(s)m for piccolo, organ and orchestra

Dariusz Przybylski
Canti de'amore e di morte for two flutes, organ and orchestra

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Recording, mixing and mastering: Igor V. Budaj
Recording: Radosław Łuczkowski
Organ preparation: Organ-making Zdzisław Mollin

Edited and proofread by: Radosław Grosfeld
Graphic design: Above Design

The recording was made in August 2023 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Cultural Promotion Fund under the "Musical Trace" program implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.


Co-financed by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Gdańsk.




[2022] PFB 0107

MOZART & BRAHMS

PFB Orchestra
George Tchitchinadze conductor
Pietro de Maria piano

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
466th Piano Concerto in D minor, KV 1785 (XNUMX)

Allegro
Romance
Very happy

Johannes Brahms
Symphony No. 98 in E minor, Op. 1884 (XNUMX)

Not too cheerful
Andante moderato
Allegro giocoso
Allegro energico e passionato

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Recording, mixing and mastering: Igor V. Budaj
Assistant sound director: Szymon More

Edited and proofread by: Radosław Grosfeld
Graphic design: tatastudio

The recording was made in November 2019 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk during the final concert of the Gdańsk Piano Autumn, a festival co-financed by the City of Gdańsk.




[2021] PFB 0106

PALESTER unknown works

The album was nominated for Fryderyk 2023 in category Album of the Year Orchestral Music

PFB Orchestra
Łukasz Borowicz conductor
Izabela Matuła soprano

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Children's Symphony (1932)

Entry. Vivo
Melody
polka
A theme with variations
Final

Variations for chamber orchestra (1935)

Theme. Allegretto grazioso
Var. I–XV

Lamentations, three fragments from Jan Kochanowski (1950)

Allegretto ma assai vigoroso e feroce | I didn't want to sing to the living
Assai lento | The unknown enemy
Assai moderato, con forza | Kłosie, my only one

Nocturne for string orchestra, 1947st version (XNUMX)

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Recording, mixing and mastering: Igor V. Budaj
Edited and proofread by: Radosław Grosfeld
Graphic design: tatastudio

The recording was made in August 2021 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Musical Trace" program implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

 

 


[2020] PFB 0105

KULKA / KARŁOWICZ / LIPIŃSKI

Konstanty Andrzej Kulka violin
Jakub Chrenowicz conductor
PFB Orchestra

Mieczysław Karłowicz – Violin Concerto in A major, Op. 8 (Allegro moderato – Andante – Finale. Vivace assai)
Karol Lipiński – Rondeau de concert op. 18

Recording, mixing and mastering: Filip Feiner

The recording was made in October 2017 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2019] PFB 0104

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – DIE KUNST DER FUGE
World premiere of the piece in Wolfgang Graeser's orchestration from 1927.

Michael Zilm conductor
Roman Perucki organs
Małgorzata Skotnicka harpsichord
Maksym Zajączkiewicz harpsichord
PFB Orchestra

Johann Sebastian Bach – The Art of Fugue
Contrapunctus I 
Contrapunctus II 
Contrapunctus III 
Contrapunctus IV 
Contrapunctus V 
Contrapunctus VI 
Contrapunctus VII 
Contrapunctus VIII 
Contrapunctus IX 
Contrapunctus X 
Contrapunctus XI 
Contrapunctus XII 
Contrapunctus XIII 
Contrapunctus XIV 
Contrapunctus XV 
Contrapunctus XVI 
Contrapunctus XVII 
Contrapunctus XVIII 
Contrapunctus XIX 
Chorale

Recording: Igor Budaj, Filip Feiner. Mix: Igor Budaj. Mastering: Igor Budaj.

The recording was made during recording sessions in March 2018 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2017] PFB 0103

FELIKS NOWOWIEJSKI – ORGAN SYMPHONIES

Hanna Dys, Rudolf Inneg, Roman Perucki, Maciej Zakrzewski organs
PFB Orchestra
Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk conductor

Feliks Nowowiejski
Organ Symphony No. 1 in A minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 2 in G minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 6 in A minor, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 8 in C major, Op. 45
Organ Symphony No. 9 in F major, Op. 45

Recording: Igor Budaj, Filip Feiner. Mix: Filip Feiner. Mastering: Igor Budaj.


[2016] PFB 0102

BACEWICZ / SZOSTAKOWICZ LIVE

Alena Baeva violin
Massimiliano Caldi conductor
Symphony Orchestra PFB

Dmitri Shostakovich – Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77 (Nocturne – Scherzo – Passacaglia – burlesque)
Grażyna Bacewicz – Divertimento for string orchestra (1965)

Sound director: Igor V. Budaj, Filip Feiner.

Recorded during the inaugural concert of the 2016/2017 artistic season - September 9, 2016 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2016] PFB 0101

OUTSTANDING POLISH CREATERS
HENRYK WIENIAWSKI LIVE

READ album review

Maxim Vengerov violin
Ernst van Tiel conductor
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Henryk Wieniawski - Violin Concerto No. 22 in D minor, Op. XNUMX (Allegro moderato - Romances. Andante non troppo - Allegro con fuoco)
Description op. 17
Polonaise brillante in D major, Op. 4
Variations on an own theme op. 15
Scherzo-tarantella op. 16 (bonus track)

Recording of the concert on April 15.04.2016, 2016 in the Concert Hall of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic as part of the end of the Gdańsk Music Festival XNUMX for the needs of the XNUMXth International Violin Competition. Henryk Wieniawski.
Sound director: Igor V. Budaj, Filip Feiner, Małgorzata Polańska.

A unique album presenting a selection of Henryk Wieniawski's works. They were performed by the PFB Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ernst van Tiel and the world-famous violin star, Maxim Vengerov, a charismatic, brilliant musician, teacher and juror of many prestigious international competitions, including the 15th International Violin Competition. Henryk Wieniawski. The album includes both small compositions for solo violin and the Violin Concerto in D minor No. 2.


[2015] PFB 0010

HARMONIQUES

Massimiliano Caldi conductor
Natalia Walewska
violin
Janusz Szadowiak
trumpet
Bogdan Kułakowski
piano
Roman Perucki organs
Zbigniew Kruczek
organs
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Zbigniew Kruczek
Harmonics double concerto for trumpet, violin and orchestra (Voluntary - Sarabande - Moto perpetuo)
Toccata for piano and orchestra
Les Pelerins for trumpet and organ (Allegro - Andante - Allegro)
Suite de Noël for organs

Sound director: Igor V. Budaj

Recording of the concert on October 13-17, 2014 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2015] PFB 0091

GOLDWASSER SUITE

Jerzy Maksymiuk conductor
Marta Boberska soprano
Ewa Marciniec mezzo-soprano
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Jerzy Maksymiuk about the composition: Goldwasser suite is a composition that I wrote at the request of Mr. Wolfgang Dockerill and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. It is also dedicated to the sponsor. The premiere took place on October 1, 2014 at a concert dedicated to the anniversary of German Unification. Consul Cornelia Pieper took part in it.
The song was intended to refer to the color of Gdańsk and its history, including that related to the history of Goldwasser liqueur, the production of which began in this city in 1528. This exquisite drink with an extremely complex and original recipe, with particles of gold floating in it, is also an expression of tradition, the complexity of history, and, in a sense, a part of the Gdańsk landscape and colour, customs and meetings. To put it simply, you can say that it is also a piece of Gdańsk. The form of the suite I chose allowed me to musically present the different colors of this city.

Recording of the concert on October 1, 2014 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk as part of a concert on World Music Day on the German Unification Day.
Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj.


[2014] PFB 0081

PANUFNIK IN MEMORIAM

READ album review in Ruch Muzyczny
The album was nominated for the Fryderyk Award 2015

Ernst van Tiel conductor
Łukasz Borowicz conductor
Paweł Kowalski piano
Roman Perucki organs
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Andrzej Panufnik
Piano Concerto (Entrata - Largetto molto tranquilo - Presto molto agitato)
Sinfonia Sacra (Vision I Maestoso - Vision II Largetto - Vision III Allegro sostenuto - HYMN Andante sostenuto
Metasinfonia for organ, string orchestra and timpani (XNUMXth Symphony)

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert on July 1, 2014 at the Oliwa Cathedral and on November 7, 2014 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Andrzej Panufnik.


[2014] PFB 0061

OUTSTANDING POLISH ARTISTS GÓRECKI+PANUFNIK

The album was nominated for the Fryderyk Award 2015

Łukasz Borowicz conductor
Roman Perucki
organs
PFB Orchestra

Jan Sebastian Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565 (organ solo)
Henryk Mikołaj Górecki - Cantata op. 26 (organ solo)
Henryk Mikołaj Górecki - Three songs in the old style
Andrzej Panufnik - Metasinfonia for organ, string orchestra and timpani (XNUMXth Symphony)

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert in the Oliwa Cathedral as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Andrzej Panufnik on July 1, 2014. 


[2014] PFB 0051

MUSICIANS PORTRAIT OF GERSHWIN

Vladimir Kiradijev conductor
Ludmil Angelov piano
PFB Symphony Orchestra

George Gershwin - Cuban Overture
Piano Concerto in F major (Allegro - Adagio - Andante con moto - Allegro agitato)
Rhapsody in Blue
Variations i got rhythm

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk as part of the Inauguration of the Gdańsk Summer of Music on June 21, 2014.


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POLISH MUSIC SPRING

An exclusive music edition accompanying the concert tour of the PFB Symphony Orchestra in China

Ernst van Tiel conductor
Ireneusz Boczek piano
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Ottorino Respighi - La boutique fantasique
Janusz Bilecki - Symphony of the Senses
Guan Xia - Requiem for Earth
Piotr Tchaikovsky - Overture-Fantasia Romeo and Juliet

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made in the Concert Hall of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk in January 2014.


[2013] PFB 0031

GENESIS
CANTATA FOR CHOOR, NARRATOR AND ORCHESTRA

Ernst van Tiel conductor
Marcin Dorociński, Wanda Skorny narrators
Minsk State Philharmonic Choir named after Grigory Szirma
Symphony Orchestra of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk

Arnold Schoenberg - Preludium
Nathaniel Shilkret - Creation Text: Genesis 1: 1-31; 2:2.
Alexander Tansman - Adam and Ewa Text: Genesis 2: 4-25; 3:1-19.
Darius Milhaud - Cain and Abel Text: Genesis 4: 1-16.
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco Flood (Noah's ark) Text: Genesis 6: 5-22; 7:1-24; 8:1-13.
Ernst Toch - Covenant (Rainbow) Text: Genesis 8: 15-19; 9: 8-17.
Igor Stravinsky - Babel Text: Genesis 11: 1-9.
Chapter and verse numbers based on the Millennium Bible, prepared by a team of Polish biblical scholars (4th ed., Poznań-Warsaw 1986)

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert in the Concert Hall of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. F. Chopin in Gdańsk as part of the Solidarity of Arts festival on September 2, 2012.


[2013] PFB 0041/0042


MOZART Vengerov / Włoszczowska / Perucki

Maxim Vengerov violin
Maria Włoszczowska violin
Roman Perucki organs

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Church Sonatas: KV67, KV68, KV69, KV144, KV145, KV212, KV224, KV225, KV241, KV244, KV245, KV263, KV274, KV278, KV328, KV329, KV336
Jan Sebastian BACH - chaconne from Partita No. 1004 for solo violin in D minor, BWV XNUMX
Piotr Tchaikovsky - Melody
Piotr Tchaikovsky - Meditation (ar. Roman Perucki)
Sergei Rachmaninoff - Vocalization (ar. Roman Perucki)
Franz Schubert - Ave Maria

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk as part of the Solidarity of Arts festival on August 8, 2012.


[2012]

SOLIDARITY OF ARTS 2012 - STAŃKO +

Tomasz Stańko Project (Nelson Veras, guitar, Brazil; David Virelles, piano, Cuba; Sławomir Kurkiewicz, double bass, Poland; Gerald Cleaver, drums, United States; Marilyn Mazur, drums, Denmark)
Stanislaw Sojka (Poland)
Die Norddeutscher Rundfunk Bigband (Germany)
Richard Bona (Cameroon) i Mandekan Cubano (Osmany Paredes, keyboard, Cuba; Dennis Hernandez, trumpet, Cuba; Luis Bonilla, trombone, United States; Luisito Quintero, drums and percussion, Venezuela; Roberto Quintero, drums, Venezuela)
Mika Urbaniak (Poland)
Monika Brodka (Poland)
RUTA Beat (Poland) and Power of the Horns Brass Ensemble (Poland)
Kayah (Poland)
Chaka Khan (United States)
Urszula Dudziak (Poland)
Quincy Jones (United States)

CD 1: Solidarity of Arts Festival 2012 - Stańko+ - CD1
CD 2: Solidarity of Arts Festival 2012 - Stańko+ - CD2

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert on the Open-Air Stage of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk on August 11, 2012.


[2012] DUX 0387

LESZEK KUŁAKOWSKI PIANO CONCERTO SKETCHES FOR JAZZ TRIO & SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA LIVE

Bogdan Kułakowski
Leszek Kułakowski trio
Szymon Bywalec
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Leszek Kułakowski
Piano Concerto (Presto - Andante. Tempo rubato - Prestissimo)
Sketches for Jazz Trio & Symphony Orchestra (Prestissimo - Andante moderato - Presto)

Leszek Kułakowski - III Presto
Leszek Kułakowski - Piano Concerto - Andante - Tempo rubato

Sound director: Igor V. Budaj


[2011] PFB 003 2

LA REVOLTE DES ORGUES

Jean Guillou titular organist of the church of St. Eustace in Paris
martin baker organs
Winfried Bonig organs
Bernhard Buttmann organs
Jürgen Geiger organs
Roman Perucki organs
Filipe Verissimo organs
Roberto Bonetto organs
Hansjörg Albrecht organs
Johannes Skudlik organs
Hélène Colombotti drums

Jean Guillou - Improvisation on film impression Solidarity for organs
Jean Guillou - Colloque No. 5 for organ and piano, Op. 19
Paweł Szymański - Four Hewelian dances for two positives and an organ WORLD PREMIERE
Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto in A minor for four harpsichords, strings and basso continuo BWV 1065
Jean Guillou - La Revolte des Orgues for organ, eight positives and percussion

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The concert was recorded on September 2, 2011 at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk.


[2010] PFB 002 2

KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI XNUMXTH SYMPHONY SONGS OF PASSING

Kai Bumann conductor
Andrei Shibko piano
Iwona Hossa soprano
Agnieszka Rehlis mezzo-soprano
Witold Żołądkiewicz baritone
PFB Symphony Orchestra
Minsk State Philharmonic Choir named after Grigorij Szirma prov. Lyudmila Efimova

Krzysztof Penderecki - XNUMXth Symphony Psongs of passing
nachts
Der brennende Baum
Bei einer Linde
lilac
Fruhlingsnacht
Sag' ich's euch geliebte Baume?
I'm Nebel
Blutengarten
Farewell
Verganglichkeit
Autumn day
About gruer Baum des Lebens

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during a concert at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk on February 28, 2010.

Krzysztof Penderecki - XNUMXth Symphony of Songs of Transience - Flieder


[2010] PFB0012

PAWEŁ MYKIETYN VIVO XXX

Reinbert de Leeuw conductor
Krzysztof Czaja electronic instruments
Minsk State Philharmonic Choir named after Grigory Szirma (Belarus), conductor and director Ludmila Efimova
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The LIVE recording was made during a concert in the Concert Hall of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk as part of the Solidarity of Arts festival on August 29, 2009.

Paweł Mykietyn - VIVOXXX


[2010] SCD160-161 3 ISBN-978-83-930895-4-3

RUSSIAN MUSIC. PIOTR CZAJKOWSKI - MAXIM VENGEROV

Maxim Vengerov conductor
Anna Maria Staśkiewicz violin
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Peter Tchaikovsky
Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35
XNUMXth Symphony in B minor Pathétique Symphony op. 74

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The LIVE recording was made during a concert at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. Fryderyk Chopin in Gdańsk on October 2, 2009.

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 74 in B minor, Op. XNUMX - Allegra molta
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35 - Canz


[2010] SCD137-138 3

SIR NEVILLE MARRINER
BENJAMIN BRITTEN WAR REQUIEM OP. 66

for soprano, tenor, baritone solo, mixed choir, boys' choir, orchestra, chamber orchestra and organ

Sir Neville Marriner conductor
Edward Higginbottom conductor of a chamber orchestra
Steven Grahl conductor of the boys' choir
Anna Samuel soprano
John Daszak tenor
Artur Rucinski baritone
The New College Choir Oxford, Edward Higginbottom conductor and choir director
Minsk State Philharmonic Choir named after Grigory Szirma (Belarus), Ludmila Efimov conductor and choir director
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Recording: Igor V. Budaj, Jacek Puchalski
Mix and mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The LIVE recording was made during a concert celebrating the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, the 20th anniversary of regaining freedom and the fall of communism in Central Europe as part of the Solidarity of Arts festival in St. Mary's Basilica in Gdańsk on September 1, 2009.


[2009] Naxos 8.225346-48

SIEGFRIED WAGNER
DER SCHMIED VON MARIENBURG OP. 13

Polish Baltic F. Chopin Philharmonic Orchestra
Munich PPP Music Theater Chorus
Dinah Berowska, Rebecca Broberg, Maacha Deubner, Johannes Fottinger, Michael Gann, Therese Glaubitz, Antoine Godor, Marek Kalbus, Anton Leiss-Huber, Patrick Ruyters, Ralf Sauerbrey, Karl Schneider, Till Schulze, Stefanie Schwass, Anna Wawrzyniak, Christoph von Weitzel , Anne Wieben, Johann Winzer

Opening
Act I Scene 1: Heissa Juchhe! Juchhe! Juchhe!
Act I Scene 2: Ist's gar so eilig Ich komm' schon!
Act I Scene 3: Schon bei der Arbeit
Act I Scene 4: Soll ich nach Wanhilt sehn
Act I Scene 5: Sag! Wo ist Dein Weib
Act I Scene 6: Lieb' Wanhilt! Ob sie's gehort hat
Act II Scene 1: Ouch! Wer ist's Friedelind in Not!
Act II Scene 2: Sei auf der Hut! Mit Muh' entwischt ich hierher!
Act II Scene 3: Versteck sie! Also doch! Du hier!
Act II Scene 4: Was erzahlte der Bote Wie kam's
Act II Scene 5: Fur Ihn ward dieser Helm geschmiedet...
Act III Scene 1: Gefesselt fuhren sie Willekin vorbei!
Act III Scene 2: Zu spat! Der Mann brachte mir Kunde von der Heimat!
Act III Scene 3: Sieh mir ins Auge! Whopping! Whopping!
Act III Scene 4: Wo steht' was in der Bibel daruber...
Act III Scene 5: Von da kommst Du
Act III Scene 6: Ich bin noch am Ort!
Act III Scene 7: Mein Kind! Thoth! Ouch das noch!
Act III Scene 8: Was hab' ich immer gesagt
Act III Scene 9: Hor' ich nicht was

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

Siegfried Wagner - Der Schmied von Marienburg - Act I, Scene I
Siegfried Wagner - Der Schmied von Marienburg - Act II, Scene 2
Siegfried Wagner - Der Schmied von Marienburg - Act III, Scene 3


[2009] DUX 0713

Jerzy Maksymiuk conductor
Isabelle Perrin "blue" harp
Marcin Wierzbicki computer transformations
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Elżbieta Sikora - South shore. Concertino for blue harp and orchestra (2008) (Allegretto assai - Lento possibile - Vivo)
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 92 in A major, Op. XNUMX (Vivace - Allegretto - Assai meno presto - Finale. Allegro con brio)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Allegro con brio
Elżbieta Sikora - Vivo


[2006] SOLITON SCD 072-2

CARNIVAL

Michał Nesterowicwith conductor
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Zbigniew Kruczek - Carnival (Agilmente gioioso - Adagio espressivo - Allegretto misterioso)
Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dances 
No. 1 in G minor
No. 11 in D minor
No. 5 in G minor
Antoni Dworzak - Slavic dances
No. 7 in C minor
No. 8 in G minor

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dances: No. 11 in D minor
Zbigniew Kruczek - Procession Sunday
Antoni Dworzak - Slavic Dances: No. 8 in G minor


[2005] WARNER MUSIC 2564627932
/ external publishing house

JEAN MICHEL JARRE
CONCERT IN THE SHIPYARD 
LIVE FROM GDAŃSK

Jean Michel Jarre synthesizer & keyboards
Francis rimbert keyboards
Patric Rondat guitar
Claude Samard musical coordinator & guitar
Academic Choir of the University of Gdańsk, conductor Marcin Tomczak
PFB Symphony Orchestra
Michał Nesterowicz conductor


[2001] SOL0004A06823
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XLIV International Organ Music Festival in the Oliwa Cathedral

Kai Bumann conductor
Roman Perucki organs
Zbigniew Kruczek organs
PFB Symphony Orchestra
Choir of the University of Gdańsk under the guidance Marcin Tomczak

Zbigniew KRUCZEK
Paraphrase About Notre Dame
Chaconne (in memoriam Leopold Sluys)
Josef RHEINBERGER Konzert fur Orgel op. 177
And grave
II andate
III con moto
Zbigniew KRUCZEK Concerto Giocoso
And capriccio
XNUMXnd choral
XNUMXrd dance

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

Z. Kruczek - Paraphrase "O Notre Dame"

J. Rheinberger - Concerto fur Orgel op. 127 - II Andante

Z. Kruczek - Concerto Giacoso - I Capriccio


[2000] City Hall in Gdańsk
/ external publishing house

80TH ANNIVERSARY OF AUGUST 'XNUMX

Zygmunt Rychert conductor
Ann Murray mezzo-soprano
Piotr Paleczny piano
Choir of the Medical Academy in Gdańsk Tadeusz Tylewski, prov. Jerzy Szarafinski
"Cantores Minores Gedanensis" choir, prov. Joahim Gudel
Cappella Gedanensis, prov. Alina Kowalska-Pińczak
Choir of the Faculty of Management of the University of Gdańsk "Non serio", conducted by Beata Pawlak
Academic Choir of the University of Gdańsk, prov. Marcin Tomczak
"Cantores Veiherovienses" choir, prov. Marek Racławski
The "Lege Artis" choir from MDK in Sopot, prov. Grzegorz Rubin
Symphony Orchestra of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Ode to Joy from the Ninth Symphony
Fryderyk CHOPIN Piano Concerto in E minor, Op. 11
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Aria from the opera The Marriage of Figaro
Cheribin's aria Non so piu cosa son, cosa Faccio
Cherubino's aria Voi che sapete
Aria of Countess Porgi, amor
Recitative and aria by Susanna Giunse al fin il momento... Geh vieni, non tardar
Georges BIZET excerpt from the opera Carmen
Overture
Seguidilla Pres des remparts, des Seville
Habanera L'amour est un oiseau rebellion
Giacomo PUCCINI Aria "O mio babbino caro" from the opera by Gianni Schicchi
Stanisław MONIUSZKO Jadwiga's Dumka from the opera Straszny Dwór

Recording, mixing, mastering: Igor V. Budaj

The recording was made during the Gala Concert on the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the signing of the August Agreements in the Amphitheater on the Motława River in the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk. Fryderyk Chopin on August 2000, XNUMX.


[1999] POLMUSIC 1-1989-1062
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JOHANNN STRAUSS WALTLS AND POLSKA
Special issue on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of Johann Strauss (1825-1899)

Zygmunt Rychert conductor
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Johann STRAUSS
On the beautiful blue Danube (An der schönen blauen Donau)
The Sounds of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen)
Trisch-trasch polka
Wine, Woman and Song (Wein, Weib und Gesang)
Pizzicato-Polka (Johann and Josef Strauss)
Roses of the South (Rosen aus dem Süden)
Thunder and Lightning (Unter Donner und Blitz)
Feuerfest (Josef Strauss)
Ohne Sorgen (Josef Strauss)
Vergnügungszug
Imperial Waltz (Kaiser Walzer)
Radetzky's March (Radetzky_Marsch, Johann Strauss – father)

Polkas and waltzes - Johann Strauss - Imperial Waltz

Polkas and waltzes - Johann Strauss - Sounds of spring


[1996] EX 316-2 ISBN: 3-221-13162-3 [DDD]
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RELATIONSHIPS

Vladimir Kiradjiev conductor
Simeon Pironkoff jun. conductor
PFB Symphony Orchestra

Arnold SCHÖNBERG Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene op. 34 (1929–30)
Simeon PIRONKOFF jun. Versionen für Orchester (1988/89)
Hannes HEHER Zwei Gesänge für Orchester (1994–96)
1. Sehr langsam
2. Langsam

Witold Lutosławski Concerto for orchestra (1954)
intrada
Capriccio notturno e Arioso
Passacaglia – Toccata e Corale

Production – Music On Line, Vienna
Sound - DUX Recording Producers
Publisher - Małgorzata Polańska
Distribution – EXTRAPLATTE, Vienna

The recording was made during a concert at the University of Gdańsk Auditorium on October 11-12, 1996.