Marcin Mielczewski (c. 1600 – September 1651) was, together with his tutor Franciszek Lilius and Bartłomiej Pękiel, among the most notable Polish composers in the 17th century. By 1632 he was a composer and musician in the royal chapel in Warsaw. In 1645 he became director of music to Charles Ferdinand Vasa, the brother of King Władysław IV. Mielczewski died in Warsaw in September 1651.
Vesperae Dominicales. Vesperae Dominicales (LP). Polskie Nagrania Muza. Vesperae Dominicales (LP, Album, Bla). Marcin Mielczewski (c. 1600 - September 1651) was, together with his tutor Franciszek Lilius and Bartłomiej Pękiel, among the most notable Polish composers in the 17th century.
Mielczewski by Bornus Consort, Linnamuusikund, released 10 January 1996 1. Triumphalis dies 2. Benedicto et claritas 3. Deus in nomine tuo 4. Veni Domine 5. Canzona terza a 3 6. Vesperae dominicales: Antiphona: Dixit Dominus, Psalm 110: Dixit Dominus 7. Vesperae dominicales: Antiphona: Magna opera Domini, Psalm 111: Confitebor 8. Vesperae dominicales: Antiphona: Qui timet Dominum, Psalm 113: Beatus vir 9. Vesperae dominicales: Antiphona: Sit nomen Domini, Psalm 114: Laudate pueri 1. Got it. + add. album. composed by Marcin Mielczewski. Recorded in Studio S1, Warsaw, May & September 1992 Recording supervision & sound engineering: Małgorzata Polańska, Lech Dudzik & Gabriela Blicharz Mastered by Dorota Tarnowska-Antosik. Design by Grzegorz Korzeniewski.
Mielczewski: Vocal Works, an album by Marcin Mielczewski, Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble, Andrzej Kosendiak on this site. 10. Vesperae dominicales: Magnificat. 11. Canzona seconda à 3. 4:040:30. More by Marcin Mielczewski.
Album · 2017 · 15 Songs. Vesperae dominicales (Arr. R. Gilmour). Aldona Bartnik, Agnieszka Ryman, Piotr Olech, Piotr Lykowski, Maciej Gocman, Karol Kozlowski, Tomáš Král, Bogdan Makal, Wroclaw Baroque Ensemble & Andrzej Kosendiak. I. Dixit Dominus.
Biography by Keith Johnson. Mielczewski is first mentioned in 1638 as a court musician in Warsaw. He was probably already active there as the court composer and was possibly active in the chapel of Lowicz before coming to Warsaw.