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Zielenski, Mikolaj Mikolaj Zielenski
Pologne Pologne
(1550 - 1615)

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4 MIDI





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Zielenski, Mikolaj: "Viderunt omnes fines terrę" for Woodwind Quartet

"Viderunt omnes fines terrę" for Woodwind Quartet
Mikolaj Zielenski




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Compositeur :Mikolaj ZielenskiZielenski, Mikolaj (1550 - 1615)
Instrumentation :

Flūte, Hautbois, Cor anglais & Basson

Genre :

Baroque

Arrangeur :
Editeur :
Mikolaj ZielenskiMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Droit d'auteur :Public Domain
Mikolaj Zielenski (1550 - 1615) was a Polish composer. Zielenski's only known surviving works are two 1611 liturgical cycles of polychoral works, the Offertoria/Communes totius anni. These were dedicated to the Archbishop of Gniezno, Wojciech Baranowski. The sets consist of large-scale double- and triple-choir antiphons, as well as some monodic works typical of the Seconda pratica style of early Monteverdi. Zielenski's music is the first known Polish music set in the style of the Baroque.

Little is known today about the life and work of Mikolaj Zielenski who lived at the turn of the 17th century, indeed too little considering the volume of his work and its historical significance. The fragmentary information we have about him today allows us to reconstruct solely a very fragmentary biographical sketch about this composer. The circumstances in which his exceptional talent was born are a matter of many hypotheses and conjectures. The music created thanks to his exceptional gift allowed Zielenski to take a place in the history of music by which he is even regarded as the best Polish composer before Chopin. Szymon Skorowolski, a historian contemporary to Zielenski, classified him as a member of a group of Polish composers who had been educated in Rome, "in media Roma exercitati". This is a reference of great significance as it locates the main source of his musical knowledge as a professional composer.

Although the time of his musical education is determined by this remark it makes it possible to come up with a hypothesis as to the range of the Italian music masters under whom he may have studied or whose music became familiar to him and indicates his possible connections within Italian musical circles. It is quite certain that Zielenski studied the work of Palestrina whose compositions were recognized by the Council of Trent as the stylistic paragon and pattern of church polyphony. He also became familiar with the compositions of the Gabrielis (Andrea and his nephew Giovanni), the two most eminent representatives of the Venetian polychoral school. Likewise it cannot be excluded that the Polish composer acquainted himself with the ideas of Florentine camerata contained in Dialogo della musica antica et della moderna of V. Galilea (1581). Even the first attempts at accompanied monody made by Caccini and Galilea in their Le nuove musiche (1601) may have been familiar to him.

All the above-made suppositions and conclusions seem to find corroboration in the two volumes of works by Mikolaj Zielenski, Offertoria and Communiones (published in Venice in 1611) at the press of Jacob Vincentius. Both the frontispiece and the short preface published in these books state that Zielenski was a composer, organist and Kapelmeister at the court of the Polish primate Wojciech Baranowski. The status of the patron as well as the seat of his court, ?owicz, the capital of the Archbishops and Primates of Poland, and a well-known centre of musical life back in these days, were fitting with the composer's rank as a musician.

"Viderunt Omnes" is a traditional Gregorian chant of the 11th century. The work is based on an ancient gradual of the same title.

The chant was subsequently expanded upon by composers of the Notre Dame school who developed it as type of early polyphony known as organum. Thought to be written for Christmas, the polyphonic settings would have retained the same liturgical purpose as the original gradual, while being musically enhanced for the festivities. The cantus firmus, or tenor, "holds" the original chant, while the other parts develop complex melismas on the vowels. The various settings of Viderunt Omnes provide context for specific trends in medieval music.

Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viderunt_Omnes ).

Although originally created for unaccompanied choir (SATB), I created this Interpretation of "Viderunt omnes fines Terrę" (All the ends of the earth have seen [the salvation of our God]) for Woodwind Quartet (Flute, Oboe, English Horn & Bassoon).
Source / Web :MuseScore
Ajoutée par magataganm le 2019-05-17



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