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  1. Grazyna Bacewicz: Chamber and Orchestral Music (Polish Music History Series) by Adrian Thomas, 1985-09
  2. The Contribution of Grazyna Bacewicz (1909-1969) to Polish Music (1909-1969 to Polish Music) by Sharon Guertin Shafer, 1992-03
  3. Grazyna Bacewicz: Her Life and Works (Polish music history series) by Judith Rosen, 1984-03
  4. Bacewicz (Kompozytorzy polscy XX wieku) (Polish Edition) by Malgorzata Gasiorowska, 1999
  5. Grazyna Bacewicz (German Edition)
  6. Grazyna Bacewicz.: An article from: Notes by Adrian Thomas, 2003-12-01
  7. Koncert na 2 Fortepiany i Orkiestre (Konzert fur 2 klaviere und Orchester, Wyciag fortepianowy (Klavierauszug)) by Grazyna Bacewicz, 1975
  8. Easy Duets On Folk Themes: for Two Violins by Bacewicz Grazyna, 1998-10-15
  9. Trio for Oboe, Violin and Cello by Grazyna Bacewicz, 1999
  10. A Distinguishing Mark by Grazyna Bacewicz, 2004-01
  11. Ten Etudes (Ten Concert Studies) by Grazyna Bacewicz, 1958

1. Polish Culture: Grażyna Bacewicz
Composer and violinist, born 5th February 1909 in L dź, died 17th January 1969 in Warsaw.
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fax (+48 22) 44 76 152 about us order newsletter Grażyna Bacewicz languages: Polski English Composer and violinist, born 5th February 1909 in Lódź, died 17th January 1969 in Warsaw. Having first learnt the piano and violin with her father, Vincas Bacevičius ( Wincenty Bacewicz ), from 1919 Bacewicz continued her musical education at Helena Kijenska-Dobkiewiczowa's Musical Conservatoire in Lódź. There she studied the piano, violin, and theory of music. In 1923 her family moved to Warsaw and in 1924 she enrolled at the Warsaw Conservatoire to study composition under Kazimierz Sikorski , the violin under Józef Jarzębski , and the piano under Józef Turczyński . Meanwhile she took up philosophy at Warsaw University, but gave up after a year and a half. She also discontinued the piano to graduate from the Conservatoire in 1932 with two diplomas, in violin and composition. Owing to the generosity of

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3. Graznya Bacewicz - Polish Music Center
From the University of Southern California at Los Angeles, which houses some of her manuscripts. Biography. Page by Maja Trochimczyk.
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Bacewicz is an interesting case in the history of Polish music, since, like Fryderyk Chopin, she came from a bi-national family - with a Lithuanian father and a Polish mother, she had a choice about her national identity. She chose to be Polish, but her brother Witold moved back to Vilnius with her father, and ended up in the U.S. as a leading, though little understood, Lithuanian emigr composer. Polish musicologists, Krzysztof Droba, Magorzata Gsiorowska, and Marta Szoka, are now at the forefront of a dialogue with their Lithuanian colleagues - organizing joint sessions and publishing books to celebrate the multifarious talents of the Bacewicz family. Born on February 5, 1909 in Poland, Bacewicz had received hear earliest musical training from her father; she started learning violin, piano and theory when she was five years old. Her other older brother, Kiejstut, became a pianist and frequently accompanied her in performances. The youngest sister, Wanda, is a poet who serves as family historian and the guardian of Grayna's memory. A child prodigy, Grayna gave her first concert at age of seven (with her brothers); she composed her first piece, Preludes for Piano, at the age of thirteen. The next phase in her education consisted of attending the Warsaw Conservatory of Music (initially studying violin and piano). In 1928, she began studies of philosophy at the University of Warsaw (she completed a year and a half). She continued her music training at the Conservatory, studying composition with Kazimierz Sikorski, violin with Jzef Jarzbski and piano with Jan Turczyski; she graduated

4. Grażyna Bacewicz - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (October 2010) Grażyna Bacewicz (February 5, 1909 – January 17, 1969) was a Polish composer and violinist . She is only the second Polish female composer to have achieved national and international recognition, the first being Maria Szymanowska in the early 19th century. Grazyna Bacewicz before World War II
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    Bacewicz was born in Łódź . Her father and brother Vytautas identified as Lithuanian and used the last name Bacevičius, the other brother Kiejstut identified as Polish. Her father, Wincenty Bacewicz (Lith. Vincas Bacevičius), gave Grażyna her first piano and violin lessons. In 1928 she began studying at the Warsaw Conservatory , where she initially took violin and piano classes, and graduated in 1932 as a violinist and composer. She continued her education in Paris , having been granted a stipend by Ignacy Jan Paderewski to attend the École Normale de Musique , and studied there in 1932-33 under the guidance of Nadia Boulanger . At the same time she took private violin lessons with Henri Touret . Later she also left France in order to learn from the Hungarian violinist Carl Flesch After completing her studies, Bacewicz took part in numerous events as a soloist, composer, and jury member. During the 1930s, she was the principal violinist of the Polish Radio orchestra, which was directed then by

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Bacewicz, Grazyna Contradizione (1967) 03/21/91; 03/23/91 Bacewicz, Grazyna Music For 5 Trumpets, Strings Perc. BAWP 198189 Bacewicz, Grazyna
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7. Bacewicz, Grazyna - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Bacewicz
Polish composer and violinist. She taught at Ł dź Conservatory 1934–35, moving to Paris in 1945. Although most of her work has been described as neoclassical, her later music, Grazyna

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10. Bacewicz, Grazyna - Warsaw, Violin, Composition, Polish, Study, And Prize
Bacewicz, Grazyna, notable Polish composer and violinist; b. L dz, Feb. 5, 1909; d. Warsaw, Jan. 17, 1969. She learned to play the violin in her youth and began to compose at age

11. Babin,Victor
nbsp;Babbitt,Milton To the Index Bacewicz,Grazyna Hillandale Waltzes Written 1947; Duration ; Comments This is a nice work based on a
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Inst. Clarinet in Bb Grade Comments Hillandale Waltzes
Written Duration Comments This is a nice work based on a theme of Johann Hummel. Has some difficult spots, particularly in the seventh variation. Ends quietly. Publisher
Inst. Clarinet in Bb, Piano Grade Comments Prepared on Thu Apr 30 20:22:45 2009

12. New Titles: Music Scores: Lewis Music Library: MIT Libraries
Bacewicz, Grazyna. Krakowiak koncertowy na fortepian = Concert Krakowiak for piano. Mu pts B121 kra . Bacewicz, Grazyna.

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Adams, John. El dorado: for orchestra. Score.
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Mu pts Ad18 gna ar Adams, John. Hallelujah junction: for two pianos.
Mu pts Ad18 hal American encores: for solo voice and piano / edited by Paul Sperry.
Andriessen, Louis. Tao: for solo piano, 4 women's voices, and ensemble. Score.
Mu An28.2 tril tao Anthology of Italian opera / edited by Paolo Toscano.
M1507.A675 2002 (soprano)
M1507.A675 2002a (mezzo-soprano) M1507.A675 2002b (tenor) M1507.A675 2002c (baritone) M1507.A675 2002d (bass) Bacewicz, Grazyna. Krakowiak koncertowy: na fortepian = Concert Krakowiak: for piano. Mu pts B121 kra Mu pts B121 soobp Mu pts B122.5 trso592 Bach, Johann Sebastian. Motetten = Motets, BWV 225-230. Piano reduction.

13. BACEWICZ String Quartets Nos. 4, 6, : Classical CD Reviews - Sept 1999. Music On
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BACEWICZ, Grazyna String Quartets nos. 4, 6, and 7 The Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet Troubadisc TRO-CD04 [ADO] [55' 05"] obtainable from WRPM, 62 Woodstock Road, Birmingham, B13 9BN +44 (0)121 449 7041 Save around 22% with
Amazon This is a compelling disc. Grazyna Bacewicz was born in Lodz, Poland on 5 February 1909 and died on 17 January 1969 in Warsaw. She was a prolific composer of three symphonies, seven violin concertos, concertos for viola, cello, piano and two pianos and seven string quartets of which no. 4, included on this disc, won coveted composition prizes in Belgium as well as Poland. Witold Lutoslawski and Andrzej Panufnik praised both her and her music very highly . . . and rightly so. The Quartet no. 4 dates from 1950 and is in three movements the opening movement begins with a Andante allegro has a vibrancy and the reintroduction of a slower tempo does not hinder the cogent musical development in the moderato . Some of the musical phrases are of a beauty rare in music of any age. The clarity of the allegro is admirable proving this composer's enviable ability in composing for string instruments. The music glows and is of the highest quality; it unfolds both an intellectual and emotional style which can only evince a laudatory response.

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Composer Piece Ensemble/ Orchestra Conductor Soloist/ Performer Label; Bacewicz, Grazyna Pensieri Notturni - Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Jacek Rogala, Conductor -

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Written Duration Comments Publisher Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne
Inst. Clarinet in Bb, Piano Grade Comments Latwe utwory na klarinet i fortepian
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Inst. Clarinet in Bb, Piano Grade Comments Quintet
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Inst. Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in Bb, Bassoon, Horn Grade Comments Prepared on Sat Nov 26 21:12:31 2005

16. Cutter Numbers For Composers: B
Cutter Name Comments B112 Babbitt, Milton, 1916B116 Bacewicz, Grazyna B117 in M1001, M1015, M1045, M1140; B116 and B117 in M287; B122 in M1014, M1016
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NOTE: Cutter a vowel with an umlaut as that vowel followed by an "e". Cutter Name Comments Babbitt, Milton, 1916- Bacewicz, Grazyna in M1001, M1015, M1045, M1140; and in M287; in M1014, M1016 Bach, August Wilhelm, 1796-1869 Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788 For use of work numbers in call numbers for C.P.E. Bach, see Special procedures for C.P.E. Bach Bach, Georg Christoph, 1642-1697 Bach, Johann Christian, 1735-1782 Bach, Johann Christoph, 1642-1703 Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich, 1732-1795 Bach, Jan Bach, Johann Ernst, 1722-1777 Bach, Johann Ludwig, 1677-1731 Bach, Johann Michael, 1648-1694 Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750 For use of work numbers in call numbers for J.S. Bach, see Special procedures for J.S. Bach Bach, P. D. Q., 1807-1742?; cutter as Schickele, Peter Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann, 1710-1784 Bach, Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst, 1759-1845 Bach, Maria, 1896-1978.

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18. Any Good Music For Four Violins Only?
Bacewicz, Grazyna ( 1909 1969 ) Edition Quartet Instrumentation 4 vln Publisher Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (PWM) 6526 score parts 39.95

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