Elisabeth Chojnacka

Also known as Èlisabeth Chojnacka, Chojnacka, Elzbieta Chojnacka, Elżbieta Chojnacka
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_Chojnacka, http://www.harpsichord2000.com/home.htm

Discography of Elisabeth Chojnacka:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Elisabeth Chojnacka, Sylvio Gualda [perform] Aperghis, Ferrari, Miereanu, Solal, Xenakis 7 Audio 1990 Adda
2 Clavecin D'Aujourd'hui 6 Audio 1977 Erato
3 Clavecin 2.000 (Harpsichord / Cembalo 2.000) 8 Audio Prospective 21e Siècle
4 Komboï / Anaphores / Pièces Pour Clavecin & Percussion 3 Audio 1985 Erato
5 Keyboard Works 30 Audio 1997 Sony Classical
6 Keyboard Works 30 Audio 1997
7 Anaktoria · Morsima-Amorsima · Oophaa · Charisma · Mists · Mikka / Mikka «S» 6 Audio 1996 Accord
8 Candide / Chaconne & Marche Militaire / Turner 6 Audio 1973 Erato
9 Phlegra - Jalons - Keren - Nomos Alpha - Thalleïn - Naama - À L'lle De Gorée - Khoaï - Komboï 9 Audio 2007 Apex
10 Pieces Pour Clavecin 13 Audio 1994 Auvidis
11 Éclipse / Eau-Forte / Ogive 3 Audio 1983 Calliope
12 Llanto Por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías - Sarabande 5 Audio 1978 Erato
13 Naama / À L'île De Gorée / Khoaï / Komboï 4 Audio 1990
14 Kleines Requiem für eine Polka / Harpsichord Concerto / Good Night 12 Audio 1995 Nonesuch


Harpsichordist, born September 10, 1939 in Warsaw, Poland.

One of the first "modern" harpsichordists, who has inspired famous contemporary composers (such as [a=Iannis Xenakis] or [a=György Ligeti]) to write works for this ancient instrument.


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