Juliusz Łuciuk

Juliusz Łuciuk

(*1927)

Composer. His current activity includes primarily vocal music, above all religious works. Before turning to sacral music, Łuciuk also composed experimental works, in particular delving into prepared piano. His often utilitarian music requires the application of singsong melodics and simplified textures. Despite using classical models, Łuciuk frequently transgresses them by introducing surprising disonances and sonorous effects. (KS)

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Tribute to L'Aquila for soprano, bass and string decet

year of composition: 2013
duration of the piece: 28'
genre: orchestral
language version: LAT/ITA/PL
programme edition: 2013/14
commission: Związek Kompozytorów Polskich
materials accessible until: 24 October 2016
recording accessible until: indefinitely

details:

TRIBUTE TO L’AQUILA for soprano, bass and string decet premiere, held on 22 May 2013 at the Florianka Recital Hall in Cracow.

performers:

Bożena Harasimowicz, soprano
Dariusz Siedlik, bass
String Decet of Łuciuk’s Family
Pasquale Veleno, conductor