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FULL World Opera Day 2021 Polish National Opera Warsaw – Lonely Moon

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  • Published by: OperaVision  
  • Date Published: 2021  
  • Format: Streaming
  • Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
  • Subtitles: yessubs, ensubs, othersubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO
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LONELY MOON
20th and 21st Century Polish Songs

Karol Szymanowski – Daleko został cały świat/ The world left far behind to words by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer from 6 Songs Op. 2 No. 1 (1900)
Sebastian Mach – tenor
Kamila Łopatka – piano

Karol Szymanowski – Zarzyjze kuniu/ Neigh, Horse from Pieśni Kurpiowskie/Kurpie Songs Op. 58 No. 9 (1934)
Teona Todua – soprano
Diana Ostrolutska – piano

Karol Szymanowski – Idom se siuhaje dołu, śpiewający…/ Young Highlanders Descend Singing… (1924) Adrian Domarecki – tenor
Paulina Storka – piano

Karol Szymanowski – Z maurytańskich śpiewnych sal/ From the Singing Halls of Mauritania
to words by Tadeusz Miciński from 6 Songs Op. 20 No. 1 (1909)
Paula Kluczna-Lula – soprano
Aleksander Chodacki – piano

Karol Szymanowski – Samotny księżyc/ Lonely Moon to words by Zofia Szymanowska
from Pieśni księżniczki z baśni/Songs of a Fairytale Princess Op. 31 No. 1 (1915)
Katarzyna Drelich – soprano
Kamila Łopatka – piano

Karol Szymanowski – Nade mną leci w szafir morza…./ Flying above me into the sapphire of the sea… to words by Tadeusz Miciński from 4 Songs Op. 11 No. 3
Jakub Foltak – countertenor
Aleksander Chodacki – piano

Jan Gall – Stałem w ogrodzie w pierwszy dzień majowy/ Standing in the Garden on the First Day of May from Tuscan Rispetti as translated by Edward Porębowicz (1908)
Mykhailo Kushlyk – tenor
Diana Ostrolutska – piano

Tadeusz Baird – Drwię, mając ciebie, z całej ludzkiej pychy (Sonet 91)/ And, having thee, of all men’s pride I boast (Sonnet 91) from 4 Sonety miłosne/4 Love Sonnets to words by William Shakespeare as translated by Maciej Słomczyński (1956)
Grzegorz Pelutis – bass-baritone
Klara Janus – piano

Tadeusz Baird – Spójrz, co tu ciche serce wypisało (Sonet 23)/ O, learn to read what silent love hath writ! (Sonnet 23) from 4 Sonety miłosne /4 Love Sonnets to words by William Shakespeare as translated by Maciej Słomczyński (1956)
Szymon Raczkowski – baritone
Paulina Storka – piano

Franciszek Maklakiewicz – Kocham Cię/ I Love You to words by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer
from Liryka miłosna/Love Lyrics (1934) Kamila Dutkowska – soprano
Michał Skowronek – piano

Henryk Czyż – Nieboszczyk Jim/ Deadman Jim to words by Leon Janowicz
from Trzy pieśni żartobliwe/Three humorous songs (1964)
Paweł Horodyski – bass
Grzegorz Pelutis – bass-baritone
Jan Kubas – baritone
Michał Skowronek – piano

Paweł Łukaszewski – Ciemna noc/ A Dark Night to words by Katarzyna Kozłowska-Karczmarczyk
from 2 Pieśni sakralne/2 Sacred Songs (1997/2005)
Karol Skwara – bass
Klara Janus – piano

Szymon Laks – Modlitwa/ Prayer from Five songs to poems by Julian Tuwim (1936)
Justyna Khil – soprano
Michał Skowronek – piano

Ludomir Różycki – Kiedy odejdę w dal / When I’m Gone Away to words by Tadeusz Miciński Op. 9 No. 1 (1905)
Adrian Janus – baritone
Klara Janus – piano

Mieczysław Weinberg – Ofn grinem bergele/ On a Green Hill to words by Isaac Leib Peretz from Seven Jewish Songs Op. 13 No. 5 (1943)
Katarzyna Szymkowiak – mezzo-soprano
Natalia Pawlaszek – piano

Mieczysław Weinberg – Żydek/ A Little Jew to words by Julian Tuwim from Biblia cygańska/Bible of the Gypsies Op. 57 No. 2
Zuzanna Nalewajek – mezzo-soprano
Natalia Pawlaszek – piano

Mieczysław Weinberg – Viglid/ Cradle Song to words by Isaac Leib Peretz from Seven Jewish Songs Op. 13 (1943)
Katarzyna Belkius – soprano
Aleksander Chodacki – piano

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