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LRF BD 102

LRF BD 102

Chopin Songs - Blu-ray

Recorded in Paris at the Paris Conservatory where Chopin performed. The piece was played on Chopin's original piano - Pleyel no. 10,343 on which Chopin played, day of Nov. 23, 1843.

This work is in cooperation with the National Centre of Culture and published by Lipinski Royal Fidelity. 

Chopin composed all his songs in Paris. The historic interior of the hall of the Paris Conservatoire and the Pleyel piano from 1843 were filmed to the highest hardware parameters, the world over. The concert was recorded in front of a live audience, which consisted of international diplomatic elite, and took place on the 28th of October 2010. 

LRF BD 101

LRF BD 101

Gorecki Third Symphony - Blu-ray

One the most famous classical music masterpieces ever written, conducted by the composer himself during his 70th birthday gala concert. A world premiere recording under composers direction for surround as well as stereo in gorgeous acoustics of an all-wooden Holy Cross Church situated in the composers hometown, Zakopane. The Blu-ray was also gifted to European Prime Ministers while commemorating the 20th anniversary of the first free elections and the fall of Communism in Central Eastern Europe. The recording was destined as a collectors' piece for the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of World War II.

LRF CD 101

LRF CD 101

VIVALDI - Four Seasons

Mariusz Patyra, the soloist, won the Paganini Competition in Genoa in 2001. He performs with the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. The performance took place in the brilliant acoustics of the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, home to all of Chopin Piano Competitions. The original Italian sonnets, Vivaldi's inspiration for the music, and the phenomenal interpretation and voice of Stacy Keach contribute to its uniqueness.

SACD LR 101

SACD LR 101

Republique

Grzegorz Ciechowski ("Citizen GC") was a famous Polish rock star who died prematurely in his forties. Featured here are his best tunes from the eighties arranged for the World's premiere string quartet - the Silesian Quartet, brilliantly arranged by another Polish super talent, Stefan Sendecki. The SACD was recorded in 6.0 surround and stereo in a seventeenth century church - the phenomenal acoustics of Old Town, Warsaw.

SACD LR 102

SACD LR 102

Mozart Piano Concertos

Stanislaw Drzewiecki, Tatiana Shebanova and Jaroslaw Drzewiecki - one of the greatest piano families performs triple, dual and single piano concertos. The orchestra Sinfonia Varsovia that regularly works under the artistic supervision of Nigel Kennedy, was led by German conductor Michael Zilm. All three concerts were recorded for SACD in one of the best acoustics in Europe, the Polish National Radio W. Lutoslawski's Concert Studio.

SACD LR 103

SACD LR 103

Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

Mariusz Patyra, the soloist, won the Paganini Competition in Genoa in 2001. He performs with the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. The performance took place in the brilliant acoustics of the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, home to all of Chopin Piano Competitions. The original Italian sonnets, Vivaldi's inspiration for the music, and the phenomenal interpretation and voice of Stacy Keach contribute to its uniqueness.

SACD LR 104

SACD LR 104

Penderecki, Credo

Krzysztof Penderecki conducting his tremendous masterpiece during his 70th birthday gala concert in the thunderous acoustics of St. Jacek monastery in Warsaw’s Old Town. Over 300 performers contributed to the success of this recording: an oversized symphony orchestra, 3 choirs, 5 soloists and 9-winds, and a banda playing on a distant back balcony.

SACD LR 105

SACD LR 105

Gorecki, Symphony No. 3, "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs"

One the most famous classical music masterpieces ever written, conducted by the composer himself during his 70th birthday gala concert. A world premiere recording under composer’s direction for surround as well as stereo in gorgeous acoustics of an all-wooden Holy Cross Church situated in the composers hometown, Zakopane.

SACD LR 106

SACD LR 106

Kilar, Missa Pro Pace

Kazimierz Kord, a style setting conductor for a quarter of a century, of The National Philharmonic, Warsaw, conducts the most important work of F. Coppola’s and R. Polanski’s movies court composer. The performance and recording for surround and stereo took place in the composer’s hometown, Lviv, now Ukraine, which the composer never wanted to visit since World War II. Unbelievable interior and acoustics of the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary contributes to the full symphony, choir and four soloists life-like live performance.