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First CD

Christlieb Siegmund Binder: Sei Suonate per il Cembalo, op. 1, DUX Recording Producers (2014), Paulina Tkaczyk – harpsichord

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Christlieb Siegmund Binder (1723-1789) – a German composer and instrumentalist, a court musician in Dresden – fell into obscurity after his death. His output is a blend of many directions and styles. Fascinated with the harpsichord, he penned sonatas and concertos mainly for this instrument. Read more

CD and mp3's are available in empik and online

CD reviews:

„The playing of Paulina Tkaczyk is superb. [...] This is a superb release and I thoroughly recommend it. I hope more of Binder's music will soon become available."

Read more: Stephen Churley, 19 August 2015 - Customer Review


„Paulina Tkaczyk's excellent virtuosity combined with the specific character of Binder's 18th century art resulted in a recording that perfectly expresses the baroque nature of this passionate music, as well as its original form and texture."

Read more: Robert Ratajczak, CD reviev: Sei Suonate per il Cembalo


„For her debut record Paulina Tkaczyk chose the kind of music she enjoys and which ideally corresponds to her temperament."

Read more: Misc. germ., 19th February 2015


„Paulina Tkaczyk is an outstanding interpreter and an eloquent defender of this set of sonatas."

Read more: Johan van Veen, 2015


 

Second CD

AMOR SACRO AMOR PROFANO, Ëvoe Records (2015), Il Giardino d'Amore

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Third CD

SŁOŃCE ZAKLĘTE W DŹWIĘKACH HISZPANII I WŁOCH, MP – STUDIO (2017), Finesis Trio

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The record's programme reflects the temperament of Spanish and Italian music hidden in forms and rhythms. It includes „repertoire gems” – often unknown and rarely performed works found by the ensemble in European libraries and museums.

CD is available in Music Bookstore „Kurant” in Cracow, and also online

 

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