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Barok Progresywny

by Nikola Kołodziejczyk Orchestra

Folk instruments from India and Poland, viola da gamba and other baroque instruments with jazz musicians in a very contemplative and quiet suite recorded in one take
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Barok Progresywny
6:14 $0.80
2. Mean Tone I
4:23 album only
3. Guitar Hero
5:40 album only
4. Podusa
6:07 $1.99
5. Stryjo
4:34 $0.99
6. Office of Laboratory Animal Care
7:29 $0.99
7. Interludium
1:18 album only
8. Mean Tone II
5:51 album only
9. Fishing for Schemes
5:01 $0.99
10. Fear Loose
2:17 $0.99
11. Loose Fear
5:34 $1.99
12. Ultimatum
4:12 $0.99
13. Oklaski
2:45 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Barok Progresywny (progressive baroque) is a hour long suite for 15 musicians.
it features historical performance: 4 baroque violin, baroque cello, viola da gamba.
It also features folk instruments: sarangi, suka biłgorajska, gadułka, fidel płocka
and jazz improvisers.
This recording is acoustic in its entirety — recorded in one take, one room, with no tuning or retiming in post-production.


Nikola Kołodziejczyk - polish pianist, composer and orchestrator.
Winner of Polish Phonographic Society award Fryderyk.

He loves to stay in large groups of people, which probably gave rise to a passion for composing for large ensembles and made him like to ride and wait for Polish trains. Music for Nikola is the search for new answers to familiar questions - his multicolored narratives draw in with interesting story and thoughtful twists.
His music has been performed and commissioned by:
Metropole Orkest featuring Richard Bona (Metropole Orkest Arrangers Workshop), the Wrocław Philharmonic and Jazztopad Festival, NOSPR National Polish Radio Symphonic Orchestra feat. Bart van Lier, Jazz Orchester Regensburg („The Next Generation - Young European Jazz Composers” concert), Amine et Hamza M'Raihi (Tunisia), Łódź Philharmonic, Concept Art Orchestra (Czech Republic), Nigel Kennedy Orchestra Strings of Life, Academic Baroque Orchestra (Katowice), Anna Hawkins (New Zealand), Michał Polcyn „Cuiaviana”, Aga Kiepuszewska „Silence”, Orchestra L'Autunno, Karolina Skrzyńska, Adam Bałdych „Storyboard” and others.

He studied under the guidance of eminent educators - Edward Anthony Partyka, Irena Rolanowska, Andrzej Jagodzinski, Kazimierz Chludek, Emilian Madey, Dariusz Janus, Bogdan Chmura and Wojciech Niedziela. He also owes his musical skills to brief but impactful encounters with such figures as Vince Mendoza, Ravi Coltrane, Ralph Alessi, Lotte Anker, Maria Schneider, Jim Black and Kurt Elling.
It uses every opportunity to research on music, both this latest, and this forgotten -
European, Arab, electronic, jazz, baroque and folk.

Progressive Baroque suite
Marta Sołek — suka biłgorajska, sarangi, gadułka4,5,6,7,9,11
Alicja Sierpińska — skrzypce barokowe
Marzena Biwo — skrzypce barokowe
Klaudia Matlak — skrzypce barokowe
Dominika Małecka — skrzypce barokowe
Łukasz Krusz — skrzypce współczesne
Krzysztof Firlus — viola basowa10
Maria Misiarz — wiolonczela barokowa
Marcin Olak — gitara3,6,11
Oskar Török — trąbka2,4,7,11,12
Szymon Kamykowski — saksofon sopranowy i tenorowy1,2,8,11
Grzegorz Grzeszczyk — klarnet basowy2,8,12
Maciej Szczyciński — kontrabas5
Michał Bryndal — perkusja5,9,12
Nikola Kołodziejczyk — fortepian*
Zarejestrowano 23 kwietnia 2013 w Sali Koncertowej „Symfonia” w Akademii Muzycznej w Katowicach
1-12) Numery utworów z partią solową, lub wszystkie: (*)

realizacja nagrania — Błażej Domański
miks i master — Błażej Domański
asystent realizatora — Karol Mańkowski
asystent realizatora — Mateusz Sołtysik
Zmiksowano i zmasterowano w Studiu 7 w Piasecznie

design i layout okładki — Aleksandra Wyłupek
grafika — Rafał Wojtunik
producent — Nikola Kołodziejczyk
producent wykonawczy— Agnieszka Kiepuszewska

1. Barok Progresywny – 6'09"
2. Mean Tone I – 4'22"
3. Guitar Hero – 5'40"
4. Podusa – 6'07"
5. Stryjo – 4'33"
6. Office of Laboratory Animal Care – 7'28"
7. Interludium – 1'18"
8. Mean Tone II – 5'51"
9. Fishing for Schemes – 5'03"
10. Fear Loose – 2'16"
11. Loose Fear – 5'33"
12. Ultimatum - 4'11"
13. Oklaski - 2'44"

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