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Promitat eterno

by Bastarda

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    Bastarda "Promitat eterno" debut album released in Lado ABC (2017)
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BASTARDA "Promitat eterno"

Paweł Szamburski (clarinet)
Tomasz Pokrzywiński (cello)
Michał Górczyński (contrabass clarinet)
Special guest on "Promitat eterno" - Marcin Masecki (piano)

Warsaw based musicians are playing new and original interpretation of medieval music by Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz (1392 - c. 1480).
His works found in German, Polish and Czech manuscripts scattered throughout Europe, was completely unknown until very recently. Most of his compositions appeared anonymously, as was common in the Middle Ages. In the 1970s, however, Jaromír Černý, who was studying 15th-century Czech manuscripts, was struck by both the words and music of certain part-songs and motets. All these texts were acrostics, with the initial letters of consecutive words invariably forming the composers name.
Petrus Wihelmi's works are of two genres, songs and motets, differing in the way the words are set and in contrapuntal technique. The songs, usually in two parts, occasionally in three, are often very concise, with a tendency to symmetry and repetition of rhythmic patterns.

As a group we are now participating in the HERA project "Sound Memories. The Musical Past in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Europe"!
We are committed to the HERA process of research and its musicological projects.
(www.soundme.eu/teams/)

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released October 22, 2017

All music by BASTARDA / based on Petrus Wilhelmi songs and motets /
Recorded and mixed by Sebastian Witkowski // soundmaking //
"Promitat eterno" - recorded by Michał Kupicz
Remastered by Michał Kupicz
Cover art by Hanna Cieślak
www.ladoabc.com

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szamburski Warsaw, Poland

Paweł Szamburski (b. 1980) clarinettist and composer with close ties to the Lado ABC music scene. He studied ethnography and musicology at the Warsaw University. Recently Szamburski create such bands as BASTARDA and SzaZa.
He performs solo, composes music for film, theatre, silent movies and radio plays.

www.youtube.com/c/PawełSzamburski

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