Gronau Alicja

Alicja Gronau (* December 7, 1957 Warsaw-) Polish composer and teacher. In 2012-2019 he was the head of the Department of Music Theory at the Faculty of Composition, Conducting and Theory of Music at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music. Winner of many awards at international composition competitions. Since 2009, he has been a member of the Presidium of the Polish Composers’ Union.

Information about the composer on the FCUM website as well as on the artist’s official website.

Compositions with the violin:

  • String Quartet No. 1 (1984)
  • A few views on Paula for a string quartet (2012)
  • “Suite Krasnobrodzka”. Quadruple Concerto for flute, organ, violin, cello and string orchestra (2007)
  • “Lapidaria” for soprano and alto saxophone and violin (2007)
  • “Last of February” for String Quartet (2010)
  • Three seaside frescoes to my own words for 2 sopranos, 2 violins and symphony orchestra (2016)
  • “Dźwięopole” for soprano saxophone and string quartet (2016)
  • “Multidram” to own words with improvisation in the style of comedy dell’arte for soprano, clarinet, string quartet, double bass and autonomous piano (2016)
  • “Dedykacja” for soprano, flute and string quartet (2017)
  • “Entanglement” from the Meanders series for string quartet and spatial figure with visualization (2018)
  • “Tear” for string trio (2021)

Recording of the sax duo Ars Duohere. (Dorota Samsel- soprano saxophone, Alicja Wołyńczyk – alto saxophone)