Publications

CDs

  • Akademickie Gorzkie Żale - arrangements of Lamentations for female voices (BeFour) and trombone quartet (TrombQuartet), K&K Studio Wiesław Wolnik, 2018;

  • Music of Our Times 2018 - the recording of the piece Toccata for piano (Julia Wolańska-Gajda) and accordion (Michał Gajda), DUX Recording Producers, 2018;

  • Polish Viola Music - the recording of the piece Four Portraits for viola (Lech Bałaban), cello (Agnieszka Bałaban) and piano (Krzysztof Sowiński), AM 0-76, the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, 2018;

  • Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska 'The Glass Mountain' (musical tale), AM 0-78, the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, 2018, 2018;

  • Mass for soprano (Anna Budzyńska), female choir (Sonantes) and chamber orchestra - CD, published by RecArt - Mobile Recording Studio, 2017;

  • Music of Our Times 2017 - the recording of the piece Three Polish Dances for brass quintet (Damian Kurek, Jakub Domański - trumpets, Piotr Kowalski - horn, Wojciech Jeliński - trombone, Mateusz Kurek - tube), DUX Recording Producers, 2017;

  • Rec Poloniae – CD released to mark the 1050th anniversary of Poland’s Baptism, published by City Inside Art, recording of the musical piece Medytacja [Meditation] for piano, 2016;

  • Utwory fortepianowe kompozytorów poznańskich [Piano Pieces by Poznań Composers], recording of the composition Le Quai de Bercy for piano, performed by Maria Koszewska-Wajdzik, 2015 I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, AM 0-49 DDD Zaiks;

  • Sound Chronicle of the 57. Warsaw Autumn International Festival of Contemporary Music 2014. CD No. 7 (Polmic 114), Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska – Allegro ma non troppo; produced by Polish Composers’ Union, Warsaw 2014;

  • Organy na dęte [Organ and Wind] – Trzy Tańce Polskie [Three Polish Dances: mazur, kujawiak and oberek] for brass quintet and organ and arrangement of Prelude from Te Deum for an ensemble composed of wind instruments, timpani and organ, performed by Roman Gryń – trumpet, Bogdan Narloch – organ, Ensemble of the Department of Wind Instruments and Accordion, I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, produced by Ars Sonora – on commission from Szczecin Music Society, 2014;

  • W kręgu muzyki słowiańskiej. Pieśni inspirowane Rękopisem Królodworskim [In the sphere of Slavic music. Songs inspired by the Manuscript of the Queen’s Court], Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska – Pieśni do Rękopisu Królodworskiego [Songs to the Manuscript of the Queen’s Court] (performed by Anna Budzyńska – soprano, Tomasz Sośniak – piano); sound production by Łukasz Kurzawski, RecArt., completed with financial support granted by the National Science Centre within the framework of the research project NN 105015540 Stanisław Moniuszko’s Musical Theatre, 2014;

  • Sound Chronicle of the 56. Warsaw Autumn International Festival of Contemporary Music 2013. CD No. 7 (Polmic 106), Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska – Le Quai de Bercy (performed by A. Zawadzki – piano); produced by Polish Composers’ Union, mastering by J. Guzowski, K. Kuraszkiewicz, Warsaw 2013;

  • Rec. Poznań, Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska – Preghiera for a set of percussion instruments (percussion ensemble consisting of students of I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań); Organizer: City Inside Art, project completed with financial support granted by the Marshall’s Office for Wielkopolska Province, Poznań 2013;

  • Polish & Norwegian Composers. New chamber works, Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska – Arabeska I [Arabesque I] for flute and piano (performed by Natalia Chudzicka – flute, Grzegorz Rudny – piano), Arabeska II [Arabesque II] for trombone and piano (performed by Wojciech Jeliński – trombone, Nina Margrét Grimsdóttir – piano; Aristic Director and Producer: Jan A. Jarnicki, Acte Prélable AP0294, 2013;

  • Original CD by Ewa Fabiańska (CD 1 – vocal pieces, CD 2 – instrumental pieces), official patron: President of Toruń City; CD recorded with the Toruń City Scholarship in Culture, Toruń 2012;

  • W starym zamczysku na skale [In an old castle upon a rock], Ewa Fabiańska – musical arrangement of pieces by Aleksander Fredro’s descendants; sound engineering by A. Lutyński, Black Cat Studio in Poznań, official patron: Marshal of Wielkopolska Province, Poznań 2012;

  • LaBorańcza music and theatre performance; composer: Ewa Fabiańska; music animators: Małgorzata Kowalczyk, Weronika Nowak, 18. Biennale of Art for Children, Tradycja we Współczesności [Tradition in Contemporary Times], Children’s Art Centre in Poznań 2011;

  • Koncert galowy [Gala Concert] (DVD) – Inauguration of Jubilee Year celebrations marking the 400-year-anniversary of the presence of Hospitaller Brothers in Poland, 1609–2009, St. John the Baptist’s Archcathedral in Warsaw, Ewa Fabiańska – Dziatwa [Children] to a poem by T. Różewicz (performed by Youth’s Choir and Orchestra from the Music Schools in Toruń), Cultura Animi Foundation, Warsaw, 8 March 2009;

  • Dzieci dzieciom II [Children to Children II], CD for the Hope Hospice in Toruń; Ewa Fabiańska – Walc [Waltz] (performed by Maciej Bochenek), Podróż przez morskie fale [Voyage Through Sea Waves] (performed by Aleksandra Janowska, Martyna Rucińska – flutes, Ewa Fabiańska – piano), Polonez [Polonaise] (performed by Jędrzej Rochecki – violin, Łukasz Banicki – cello, Łukasz Hermanowicz – piano), Janosik (performed by Ewa Fabiańska – piano), Łabędzi marsz [Swan March] (performed by Justyna Masilunas – bassoon, Ewa Fabiańska – piano); mastering by A. Soroka, Wydawnictwo Victor 11, Toruń 2006;

  • Dzieci Ocalone od zapomnienia. Requiem za Biesłan [Children Saved from Oblivion. Requiem for Beslan], Special Composition Concert in the cycle called Szkolna Partytura [School Music Sheet] held under the auspices of Polish Humanitarian Action and involving students from the Karol Szymanowski Music Schools in Toruń; Ewa Fabiańska – Walc [Waltz] (performed by Maciej Bochenek – piano) and Dziatwa [Children] to a poem by T. Różewicz (performed by Children’s and Youth’s Choir from the Music Schools in Toruń and the School Orchestra); Recording Director: T. Kurjata, Polish Humanitarian Action, Grand Hall at Artus Court, Toruń 2005.

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