At the turn of the 20th century, apart from the explosion of new artistic phenomena and aesthetic attitudes in art associated with the modernist movement, the trend of continuing Romantic ideas was still an exploited tendency in music as a way of composing expression. The output of Polish composer, pianist, educator, conductor and music critic Juliusz Wertheim (1880-1928) is kept in the neo-romantic convention. The album by Pawel Pawlik and Szymon Telecki is an excellent opportunity both to study the somewhat forgotten page of the Polish history of music and to confront Wertheim's works with the music of the most outstanding Polish composers of his time.
At the turn of the 20th century, apart from the explosion of new artistic phenomena and aesthetic attitudes in art associated with the modernist movement, the trend of continuing Romantic ideas was still an exploited tendency in music as a way of composing expression. The output of Polish composer, pianist, educator, conductor and music critic Juliusz Wertheim (1880-1928) is kept in the neo-romantic convention. The album by Pawel Pawlik and Szymon Telecki is an excellent opportunity both to study the somewhat forgotten page of the Polish history of music and to confront Wertheim's works with the music of the most outstanding Polish composers of his time.
5902547014425

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Format: CD
Label: DUX
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 5902547014425

Works for Piano Solo
Artist: Wertheim / Pawlik / Telecki
Format: CD
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At the turn of the 20th century, apart from the explosion of new artistic phenomena and aesthetic attitudes in art associated with the modernist movement, the trend of continuing Romantic ideas was still an exploited tendency in music as a way of composing expression. The output of Polish composer, pianist, educator, conductor and music critic Juliusz Wertheim (1880-1928) is kept in the neo-romantic convention. The album by Pawel Pawlik and Szymon Telecki is an excellent opportunity both to study the somewhat forgotten page of the Polish history of music and to confront Wertheim's works with the music of the most outstanding Polish composers of his time.