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Moniuszko: Cantatas – Milda & Nijoła

Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir, Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, Łukasz Borowicz

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Milda  
1.1
Intrada
Stanisław Moniuszko; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
4:04
Milda, Pt. 1  
1.2
No. 1, U brzegu Niemna jest gaj poświęcony
Stanisław Moniuszko; Ewa Wolak; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:16
1.3
No. 2, Już na niebie słonko płonie
Stanisław Moniuszko; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:32
1.4
No. 3, Mildo! Królową Litwa cię zwie
Stanisław Moniuszko; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:33
Milda, Pt. 2  
1.5
No. 1, Czemuż ten człowiek, gdy noc zejdzie ciemna
Stanisław Moniuszko; Ewa Wolak; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:43
1.6
No. 2, Kiedy noc do snu światy kołysze
Stanisław Moniuszko; Sylwester Smulczyński; Robert Gierlach; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:15
1.7
No. 3, Wtem światło z ołtarza zabłysło
Stanisław Moniuszko; Sylwester Smulczyński; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:39
1.8
No. 4, Mój Romojs!
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Robert Gierlach; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
6:32
Milda, Pt. 3  
1.9
No. 1, Gdy im w uśmiechach czas leci
Stanisław Moniuszko; Ewa Wolak; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:22
1.10
No. 2, Patrzcie! Ah!
Stanisław Moniuszko; Maria Jaskulska-Chrenowicz; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:21
1.11
No. 3, Zatrząsł się Perkun
Stanisław Moniuszko; Ewa Wolak; Sylwester Smulczyński; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:02
1.12
No. 4, Takżeś to dziecku, mój ojcze!
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:20
1.13
No. 5, A Perkun na to z gniewem zawoła
Stanisław Moniuszko; Szymon Kobylinski; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:29
1.14
No. 6, Znijdź ku nam Mildo
Stanisław Moniuszko; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
5:03
Nijoła  
2.1
No. 1, O wiosno!
Stanisław Moniuszko; Szymon Kobylinski; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
7:37
2.2
No. 2, Noc taka cienie dziś swe rostoczyła
Stanisław Moniuszko; Robert Gierlach; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
2:21
2.3
No. 3, Wkrótce z ziemi będę wzięta
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
4:07
2.4
No. 4, Jak tu błogo!
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
1:34
2.5
No. 5, Co za głos?
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
5:00
2.6
No. 6, Nim powita Saule góra, rosa nim opadnie
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
1:37
2.7
No. 7, Po obłokach Menes pływa
Stanisław Moniuszko; Wioletta Chodowicz; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
3:49
2.8
No. 8, Zawrzały wody
Stanisław Moniuszko; Robert Gierlach; Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir; Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra; Łukasz Borowicz
5:07
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:23
Milda and Nijola, forgotten works by Stanislaw Moniuszko, whose content is based on Lithuanian mythological motifs, are a unique continuation of the cantata style and form in the Polish music. They are extremely successful pieces, and the shortness of their popularity can be probably explained only with the words of the author of the libretto of Milda, Józef Ignacy Kraszewski. If our critics were able to recognise Mr. Moniuszko’s talent, we would not envy Germans songs by Schubert and Mendelssohn Bartholdy (...), better than Mr. Moniuszko only because they were lucky to be born and gain fame abroad. It seems unbelievable that these cantatas have not yet been available on album. In this context, the double- album of the Poznan Philharmonic is an invaluable contribution to restoring Moniuszko to his rightful place in the forefront of 19th-century European composers, not only operatic.
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