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    • A 157-stop organ in the Basilica of Our Lady of Licheń 

      Szostak, Michał (Scranton Gillette Communications Inc., Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA, 2019-08)
      At the beginning of the 21st century, in the years 2002-2007, in the small village of Lichen Stary, located in the geographical center of Poland (Europe), in the largest Catholic temple of the country, Polish company ...
    • An appreciation of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll on the 120th anniversary of his death 

      Szostak, Michał (Musical Opinion Ltd, London, 2019-02)
      2019 marks the 120th anniversary of the death of the father of symphonic organs, Aristide Cavaillé-Coll. On this occasion, it is worth recalling this monumental figure, which in the 19th century changed the image of French ...
    • Evolution of Cavaille-Coll's symphonic organ 

      Szostak, Michał (Musical Opinion Ltd, London, 2018)
      In the history of musical culture, romantic organs created in France in the 19th century are commonly called symphonic instruments. For French Baroque organs, called Classical organs – which to this day occupy a significant ...
    • Louis-James-Alfred Lefébure-Wély - a sesquicentenary assessment 

      Szostak, Michał (Musical Opinion Ltd, London, 2019)
      2019 is the round 150th anniversary of the death of an interesting and important figure for the French organ and organ music world of the 19th century, Louis-James-Alfred Lefébure-Wély (1817-1869). He was called by his ...
    • Organy, jako źródło inspiracji w sztuce improwizacji i praktyce wykonawczej 

      Szostak, Michał (2019)
      W niniejszej rozprawie zajmuję się rolą instrumentu, jako źródła inspiracji dla organisty w sztuce stylowej improwizacji i historycznie zorientowanej praktyce wykonawstwa organo-wej muzyki symfonicznej francuskiego kręgu ...
    • Romantic tendencies in 19th-century organ building in Europe 

      Szostak, Michał (Musical Opinion Ltd, London, 2018)
      The nineteenth century is extremely diverse in its phenomena and tendencies, often marked by the coexistence of opposing currents. The Great French Revolution (1789-1799) and the so-called "Coalition Wars" (1799-1815) ...