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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorzcycki

In our office we listen (or rather, have on in the background, not really listening, and thereby probably undermining our appreciation of music and defiling the Western musical tradition, but hey...) to the Early Music Show (nice music) and Through The Night (six hours without much commentary, and a low Schoenberg quotient). Last night's Through The Night had a lovely Renaissance-style Mass by one Gorzcycki, who sounds like rather an interesting Baroque composer. And look, there's a whole website about Polish early music! With some free sheet music. I love the internet. (But my thesis doesn't.)