• Marek66Marek66
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    new score
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  • Marek66Marek66
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    new correct version above - please see

  • Marek66Marek66
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    recording: Rocky Mountain Chamber Choir - Virtual Singers
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  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    Lovely. Is there a score that correctly represents the recording?
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  • Marek66Marek66
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    I gave the wrong version - here is the correct one, sorry
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  • francis
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    @Marek66

    Very unique and quite interesting and unconventional. Stark but beautiful.

    You have a voice in composing! What are your influences and pedagogy?
  • Marek66Marek66
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    I didn't study composition - only choral conducting, so I had on the table - especially Norwegian and Polish (I only write these- Lutosławski, Łukaszewski, Sawa, Koszewski, Gorecki, Raczyński ....) Great thanks for opinion
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  • francis
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    Oh yes I hear Gorecki
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  • Father, may I ask, are these most interesting compositions finding or intended for a liturgical use? Or more for performance?
  • Marek66Marek66
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    is it about those - the composers mentioned or the ones - mine? If mine is: Cibavit eos, Pulchra es amica mea, Ecce quam bonum, Ave Maria ( above), Ave maris Stella - for a liturgical use, Nemo habet hac dilectionem ..., Adorate Deum - for performance - (these are recorded) you can find them under: Marek 66