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Rafal Kwiatkowski, Ivan Monighetti & Arto Noras (cello), Arto Noras (cello), Ivan Monighetti (cello)
Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit
Arto Noras is a passionate advocate of the Largo, Ivan Monighetti leads the Sonata in style, and Rafal Kwiatkowski ably completes the trio in the Concerto grosso. The outstanding recording keeps... — More…
Olga Pasichnyk (soprano), Aga Mikol/aj (soprano), Ewa Marciniec (alto), Wiesl/aw Ochman (tenor), Romuald Tesarowicz (bass) & Boris Carmeli (narrator), Agnieszka Rehlis (mezzo-soprano), Wojtek Drabowicz (baritone) & Michaela Kaune (soprano), Ryszard Minkiewicz (tenor), Anna Lubanska (mezzo-soprano)...
Olga Pasichnyk (soprano), Aga Mikol/aj (soprano), Ewa Marciniec (alto), Wiesl/aw Ochman (tenor), Romuald Tesarowicz (bass) & Boris Carmeli (narrator)
Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw National Philharmonic Choir (Henryk Wojnarowski, choirmaster), Antoni Wit
Performances under Antoni Wit are superb, strong and intense, with an excellent chorus and team of soloists. — More…
Ilya Kaler (violin)
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Antoni Wit
Ilya Kaler is a near ideal interpreter of these works and the delightful Nocturne and Tarantella which serve as makeweight. His playing certainly has the requisite passion, but he also has a... — More…
Izabella Klosinska (soprano), Adam Kruszewski (baritone), Romuald Tesarowicz (bass), Krzysztof Kolberger (Evangelista), Jaroslaw Malanowicz (organ)
Warsaw Boy’s Choir, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, The National Orchestra and Choir of Poland, Antoni Wit
Under the experienced Antoni Wit, the Warsaw forces give a clear, confident account, with the continuity of spoken and sung passages expertly managed, and a first-rate line-up of soloists. — More…
Christiane Libor (soprano), Ewa Wolak (alto), Daniel Kirch (tenor) & Janusz Monarcha (bass)
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, Antoni Wit
The Warsaw Philharmonic Choir are in fine collective voice...The quartet of soloists are magnificent...Orchestrally, this is a stunning performance. Perfectly blended woodwind are clearly focused... — More…
Iwona Hossa (soprano 1), Aga Mikołaj (soprano 2), Ewa Wolak (alto), Rafał Bartminski (tenor) & Remigiusz Łukomski (bass)
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Boys’ Choir & Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Antoni Wit
In charge of the Warsaw Philharmonic and big vocal forces, Antoni Wit conducts with authoritative fervour, bringing out the dark, brass-heavy colour. The soprano Iwona Hossa leads a well-balanced... — More…
Olga Pasichnyk (soprano), Ewa Marciniec (alto), Aga Mikolaj (soprano), Arto Noras (cello), Nina Tichman (piano), Ida Bieler (violin), Michel Lethiec (clarinet), Juhani Lagerspetz (piano)
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir, Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra,...
Izabela Klosi´nska (soprano), Agnieszka Rehlis (mezzo-soprano), Adam Zdunikowski (tenor) & Piotr Nowacki (bass)
Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw National Philharmonic Choir, Antoni Wit
Penderecki's 1979/80 Te Deum is a setting of the great Christian hymn of praise, and marked the election of a Polish compatriot as Pope. Fine contributions from chorus and orchestra, and a good... — More…