Górecki Miserere

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Title: Górecki Miserere
Otros títulos: Lobgesang Op. 76 Miserere Op. 44 Pieśni Maryjne Op. 54
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Henryk Górecki; Los Angeles Master Chorale; Grant Gershon
Código CDU: Gor.04
Forma Musical: Choruses sacred
Abstract: Henryk Górecki is that rarity among contemporary composers: the originator of a full-fledged hit. A recording of his Symphony No. 3 by the London Sinfonietta with soprano Dawn Upshaw climbed to the top of the British pop charts in the early '90s. Górecki was among the Eastern European composers for whom contemporary stylistic trends (first serialism and then the various reactions against it) took on anti-authoritarian overtones, and who thus emerged in the forefront of late twentieth century music; in his works, stylistic originality seems a personal and political necessity. Górecki was born in 1933 in the small town of Czernica in the Silesia region of Poland. He was trained as a primary-school teacher, and did not formally become a composer until the age of 22 when he enrolled at the State Higher School of Music in Katowice. He studied in Paris for a time and became acquainted with the leading edge of the Western avant-garde. The works of Webern, Stockhausen, and Messiaen were ...


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