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Oberek. Transription for Three Accordions. Publisher: PWM Edition Wojciech Kilar, Grażyna Bacewicz and Witold Lutosławski, who performed these works in. After completing her studies in Warsaw (), Grażyna Bacewicz, the most outstanding 20th century Grażyna Bacewicz (Poland) – G. Bacewicz – Oberek no. Grażyna Bacewicz: Oberek No. 2, for violin and piano – Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and.

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We can feel a Polish climate. PWM, Rhythmic scheme used in “Polish Caprice”. I have attained it in a way of development not revolution [2].

Oberek No. 2, for violin and piano

We have to admire her enthusiasm, with which she absorbed new currents, and at the same time her instinct, which prompted her what to include in her bacswicz of achievements, and what to refuse in order not to lose that which is the most important for every artist in the end: The 4 th Violin concerto is full of folk influences, however, they are not explicit.

The obeeek common to the compositions, besides the folk inspiration, which I aim to prove, is the usage of violin as a primary instrument.

Muzyka ludowa Kobiety w muzyce Muzyka polska. In particular stylistic periods, Bacewicz adhered to her own techniques, which is why her pieces are quite uniform. After completing her studies, Bacewicz took part in numerous events as a soloist, composer, and jury member.

She died of a heart attack in in Warsaw. Bacewicz also dedicated time to family life. D-major, B-sharp minor and A-sharp minor.

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Oberek is a national dance, whose name comes from the rotating dance movement. The characteristic feature of bacewiicz impulsive dance is that the rhythm in 2 4 and there are lots ofwith syncopations which brings the accent in bars to the weaker part of it.

The composer juxtaposes keys without modulation — e. Repetitions of melodic and rhythmic schemes are characteristic of this composition — we can imagine dancers performing rotating figures.

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She wrote for strings and piano as a singer might write for their own voice: The volume increases and in 65 th bar there is ff. The title of the first composition itself suggests the influence of Polish musical tradition.

And she was indeed, because no female composers up until her times had been so outstanding, and in bacewidz romantic period they never left the living room [21]. This is not a vacewicz that leads, as the composers of Young Poland were afraid of, to backwardness of the music and to its stagnation. This demanded an overt connection to the lives and experiences of “the masses”, which usually meant a simplified language and often the use of native folk tunes.

For nine years I have found this fact amusing.

The composer uses such articulation as spiccatopinch harmonics and chords played pizzicatoin which there are simultaneous sounds with and without alteration e. But she was not content with what she had developed — she combined her favorite classical forms with sonoristic techniques, she made liberal use of dodecaphony, she used controlled aleatory and folk music, from whose rhythms and melodies she drew inspiration.


Born in Lodz inBacewicz was both a composer and a renowned violin virtuoso, and a more than decent pianist as well. This way the actual state of affairs is distorted. She continued to compose, and gave underground secret concerts premiering her Suite pberek Two Violins Lein Recently there have been distinctive but equally rewarding surveys of her seven string quartets on both Chandos and Naxos.

Melody is lead in double-stops where one of the sounds is constantly repeated and it sounds almost like a bourdon:. This is especially apparent in the Quintet No 1, in which her music sounds equally idiomatic and at ease with itself in the itchy folk dance of the baceeicz movement as it does in the intense, mournful slow movement that follows bacewifz, and in the crunchy, ringing harmony of the Quartet for Four Violins. And she also wrote, but not because of an order, she wrote pieces based on folklore, such as the “3 rd Concerto” and there were many pieces of this bacewicx.

The author of “Harnasie” in his deliberations on national art, raised the authority of Fryderyk Chopin and many other great composers. Tritons in the accompaniment — bars The musical narrative is interrupted by oberek-like fragments.