Marek Pasieczny

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Marek Pasieczny

Post by Vesuvio » Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:49 am

If you have not been here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/TrustNooooo1

...then don't delay. A most remarkable composer and an astounding performer,

Best wishes, V :D
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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by Peter Oberg » Sun Mar 13, 2011 7:38 pm

Vesuvio wrote:If you have not been here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/TrustNooooo1

...then don't delay. A most remarkable composer and an astounding performer,

Best wishes, V :D
Yes! He's a very talented composer and player. I've been working on his 'Hommage a Aleksander Tansman' , and started with the 'easy' movement Nocturne Funebre. I fear some of the other movements are beyond me. I had to contact him directly to get the music, it's not published in the states.
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I wrote the above before going to the link-wow it's really something to hear him play it, I had only heard Jakub Kosciuszko playing some of the movements. And the American Suite Tribute to Metheny is simply amazing. Thanks for posting this V.

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Post by newyorkhorseman » Sun Mar 13, 2011 8:26 pm

Wow! Absolutely incredible. Does anyone know the builder of his guitar?

Thanks for posting.

Rudy

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Post by matchey » Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:05 am

newyorkhorseman wrote:Does anyone know the builder of his guitar?
His website says: "Marek is playing on Paco Santiago Marin (2007)" (http://pasieczny.com/cv-in-english/)

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by Michael Collings » Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:41 am

Yea, this guy's really inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by Jeremiah Lawson » Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:56 am

I hope somewhere there's a full recording of his double concerto for clarinet and guitar someday. Been wanting to hear that.

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by John O » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:29 pm

Peter Oberg wrote:
Vesuvio wrote:If you have not been here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/TrustNooooo1

...then don't delay. A most remarkable composer and an astounding performer,

Best wishes, V :D
Yes! He's a very talented composer and player. I've been working on his 'Hommage a Aleksander Tansman' , and started with the 'easy' movement Nocturne Funebre. I fear some of the other movements are beyond me. I had to contact him directly to get the music, it's not published in the states.
I just received my copy and started reading through the 5th movement, "Fugato Pastoso." While it will take some work to play it at his level, it's well written for the instrument and fits under the fingers rather well. It's nice to see that tuneful contemporary music is not an oxymoron!

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by Peter Oberg » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:04 pm

John O wrote:I just received my copy and started reading through the 5th movement, "Fugato Pastoso." While it will take some work to play it at his level, it's well written for the instrument and fits under the fingers rather well. It's nice to see that tuneful contemporary music is not an oxymoron!
Did you get if from Marek's site or directly from Euterpe?
Have you heard his 'Nine Easy Miniatures'? I love the way he calls them 'easy'.
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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by michael karmon » Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:27 pm

I recently got some of his scores, and have been playing "Little Sonata" for the past few days. It's really a lot of fun to play, and not too difficult. I think he's the most compelling composer/guitarist writing today. Amazing and inspiring stuff.

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by laoren » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:15 pm

That was a jaw dropping video. :o

OMG.

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Post by rojarosguitar » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:41 pm

Absolutely amazing ... thanks for posting!
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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by kurt guitar » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:50 pm

:) :o :D :shock: Wow that was awesome 8)

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Re: Marek Pasieczny

Post by rojarosguitar » Thu Dec 29, 2011 9:59 am

According to an information I got from the manager of M. Piasieczny he plays a Santiago Marin guitar.

Does anybody know what kind of arm rest is put on that - Santiago Marin doesn't seem to built the guitars with an integrated arm support.
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Post by laoren » Thu Dec 29, 2011 4:33 pm

The arm rest didn't look integrated to me like what we usually see on Smallman. It looked very similar to the one I had on my Thames where the arm rest is sticked onto the side of the guitar (thus removable if desired, but I never did). The arm rest was made by Thames as well.

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Post by marek pasieczny » Thu Jan 12, 2012 12:52 am

Hello everybody, some of my friends told me about this guitar forum. thanks very much for kind words. i really appreciate it. yes the guitar I'm playing now is Paco Santiago Marin and the arm rest made by Polish guitar maker Boguslaw Teryks. all the very best for all of you in new 2012 year!

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