ISFN IntraText Standard File Number, POL Author, Przybyszewski, Stanislaw (see also the author card). Title, Confiteor – Requiem Aeternam. Subtitle. Munch recorded Stanisław Przybyszewski's demonic physiognomy many times . messe [Polish: Requiem Aeternam, Requiem Mass].” Some connoisseurs. Get this from a library! Requiem aeternam: trzecia księga pentateuch' u. [Stanisław Przybyszewski].


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However, the reconstruction of his achievements in the field of art theory and critics, przybyszewski requiem aeternam well as his role of a mediator in the cultural dialogue from Scandinavia to the Balkans, still deserve thorough international and interdisciplinary research.

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Klindworth writes in triplet groups, Kullak in quintolets. Hugo Riemann, who has edited a few of the Preludes, phrases the przybyszewski requiem aeternam bars thus: Desperate and exasperating to the nerves is the second prelude in A minor. It is an asymmetric tune.

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Chopin seldom wrote ugly music, but is this not ugly, forlorn, despairing, almost grotesque, and discordant? It indicates the deepest depression in its sluggish, snake-like progression. Willeby finds a resemblance to the theme of the first przybyszewski requiem aeternam.

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And such a theme! The tonality is vague, beginning in E minor. Chopin's method of thematic parallelism is here very clear. A small figure is repeated in descending przybyszewski requiem aeternam until hopeless gloom and depraved melancholy are reached in the closing chords.

Chopin now is morbid, here are all his most przybyszewski requiem aeternam qualities. There is aversion to life—in this music he is a true lycanthrope. A self- induced hypnosis, a mental, an emotional atrophy are all present. Kullak divides the accompaniment, difficult for small hands, between the two.

Riemann detaches the eighth notes of the bass figures, as is his wont, przybyszewski requiem aeternam greater clearness. Like Klindworth, he accents heavily the final chords. He marks his metronome 50 to the half note. All the editions are lento with alla breve.

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That the Preludes are a sheaf of moods, loosely held together by przybyszewski requiem aeternam rather vague title, is demonstrated by the third, in the przybyszewski requiem aeternam of G.

The rippling, rain-like figure for the left hand is in the nature of a study. The melody is delicate in sentiment, Gallic in its esprit. A true salon piece, this prelude has no hint of artificiality. It is a precise antithesis to the mood of the previous one.

Graceful and gay, the G major prelude is a fair reflex of Chopin's przybyszewski requiem aeternam and naturally buoyant nature. It requires a light hand and nimble fingers.

The melodic idea requires no special comment.


Kullak phrases it differently from Riemann and Klindworth. The latter is the preferable.

Klindworth gives 72 to the half note as his metronomic marking, Riemann only 60—which is przybyszewski requiem aeternam slow—while Klindworth contents himself by marking a simple Vivace. Regarding the fingering one may say that all tastes are pleased in these three editions. Klindworth's is the easiest.

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