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Marian Sawa VIOLIN WORKS by TiMS Edition

 

Marian Sawa 
Violin Works

(edited by J. Sosnowska)

Towarzystwo im. Mariana Sawy EDITION,
Warsaw 2016

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CONTENTS

Hommage a Karol Szymanowski (1964), for violin and piano
Burleska (1967), for violin and piano
Sonata (1967), for violin and piano (scordatura Fsharp-D-A-F)
Three Childrens’ Miniatures (1986), for violin and piano
Largo (1995), for violin and organ
Con fuoco (1995), for violin and organ
Three Dialogues (2002), for violin and organ
Bogurodzica (2003), for violin and organ
Modlitwa (2003), for violin and organ
Duol vel Duet (2003), for violin and organ
Canzonetta (2003), for violin and organ
Lajkonik (2003), for violin solo
Cadenza (2003?), for violin solo

72 pages / 44 pages (violin part)
Preface, Editorial Note, Comments, Keys: Polish & English

 

Violinist Jolanta Sosnowska deserves highest recognition and endorsement for bringing to concert life violin works of Marian Sawa. Compelling creativity of Sawa‘s, is abundant in variety of styles, forms and genres. Clearly outlined, individual idiom of the composer, marked with excellent sentiment of the natural violin emphasizes its sonoristic capabilities, validating highest criteron of the composers‘ creation. I am convinced that these newly discovered violin works will experience their true renaissance.
Prof. Andrzej Gębski
The Frederic Chopin University of Music, Warsaw

Sawa‘s music should become current prevailing violin repertory. It is phenomenally beautiful, ingenious in its simplicity and emotionally moving. If you are exploring new violin literature, extraordinary ideas, melodic originality, perfect harmony and style do not hesitate – you have found what you were looking for! My highest recommendations!
Prof. Marcin Baranowski
The Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music, Poznań

Sawa‘s music succeeds in exuding a pleasant atmosphere of both strength and tenderness. It flows completely naturally, without undue pathos, and manages to captivate the listener through its rich tapestry of figurative language, creative ideas and use of color. The challenges a violinist faces in bringing these melodies to life is more than worthwhile!
Prof. Gunar Letzbor
Ars Antiqua Austria
Musikschule der Stadt Linz & Konservatorium Wien & Musikhochschule Lübeck

What a true pleasure discovering the beautiful music of Marian Sawa! These works are compelling and extremely moving.
Prof. Sigurnbjorn Bernhardsson
Pacifica Quartet
Indiana University, Bloomington & University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign & University of Chicago