Polish Sound Salad #2

So, here we go, a few more musicals chunks of my trip. You will hear:

- the Polish Peace Choir singing in a church

- Ewa and Rogério singing a traditionnal Polish song so that I could learn (I can sing it too, now!)

- the drunken accordeonist who played for us, late at night, in a street in Białystok

- Tomasz Ślusarczyk playing on a the reproduction from an old natural trumpet to show the difference in sound (natural trumpets are the ancestors of our trumpets today, they have sometimes holes to correct intonation but no valves)

- the same T. Ślusarczyk rehearsing with his Masterclass student. If I don’t mistake they were rehearsing the Serenade XXIII from Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky (1639 – 1693)

- two teachers from the “6th Summer Early Music Methodical Courses” performing at the lecturer’s concert. They are playing Les délices de la solitude by Michelle Corrette (1707-1795) on two cellos.

- three more teachers from the same seminar playing the Sonnerie de Sainte Geneviève du Mont de Paris from Martin Marais (1656-1728) on violin, harpischord and viola da gamba.

 

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