Korzyński was able to move around the musical world like almost anyone and how few of them could highlight the beauty that he gave us for so many years – said musician Tomasz Lipiński during the funeral of composer Andrzej Korzyński, who died on April 18 at the age of 82.
The funeral of composer Andrei Korzynsky was held on Wednesday in the Church of Creative Communities. In addition to his family, people of culture, art, politics and journalists include Andrei Rozevich, Robert Rozmos, Pyotr Vronshevsky, Exauri Sulawsky, Stefan Friedman, Wojciech Gusowski, Andrei Ulychowski, Dariusz Michalsky, Janusz Vogler, Michislav Yureki.
Father Andre Luther said during the sermon that “Andrei Korzynsky gave us the beauty of his music.” He pointed out that “the late Andrei satiated our thirst for sensual and mental beauty with his wonderful work, including the music of his films, as well as entertainment.” “Who among us does not remember the Andrzej Wajda films, first of all + Man of Marble +, this wonderful film for generations, which was a breath of freedom. The first sounds from the opening of the film remind us of Andrzej Korzyński. Then there was + Man from Iron +, + Brzezina +, even earlier. + Finding Flies + and + Everything for sale + Who doesn’t remember Music from + Mr. Kleks Academy + Krzysztof Gradowski, music from many of Andrzej Żuławski’s films, in + Desert and Wilderness + Władysław Ślesiński, music from Jerzy Gruza Films, Syllwester Chęciński, +07 Come in + Series “- Male. “We all sing his songs from + Yellow Calendars + and + Kochać + Piotr Szczepanik to + Frank Kimono + Piotr Fronczewski” – he added. In his view, Korzynsky knew “that beauty appears in abundance and in diverse ways in this world and that his music stimulated our imagination, understood our inner need for diversity and composed such diverse music, and thus was a harbinger of a higher world, a world of harmony.”
the father. Luther read a letter from Mikowaj, son of Andrei Korzynsky. In it he said that Korzynsky and his wife Sylvia have been a harmonious and very loving couple for 57 years. Korzonik called him, he was saying to her: Waczek. “Their house, though small, was teeming with life. It was a place for social and professional meetings, productions of famous songs, and vocal rehearsals with children at the Mr. Clix Academy. Often, instead of going to sleep, I would chat on the stairs. , listening to wonderful conversations and endless jokes. There was a piano in this place, on which my father often sat during such meetings. He was an excellent pianist, played the choreography very well, sometimes with me for four hands ”- he recalls.
In a letter, Mikowaj said that “My father was fortunate in his life, fate suited him, and was able to find himself in the right place at the right time. At school, he sat on a bench with Andrzej Żuławski, which was a determining factor in his later life.” He was lucky to be on his way. He met Andrei Wahda and that he wrote the music for many of his films. At + Akademia Pana Kleksa’ he met Pyotr Vronczewski, later Frank Kimono. “I think he was a man of availability,” he said, and Korzynsky admitted, “though he wrote a lot of music, he was a man who valued relaxation, rest, dinner with friends, and liked to sleep.” “When an elementary school teacher asked me if my father, author of + Mr. Kleks’s Academy + would agree to come to the tutorial hour which was during the first lesson, I answered honestly: + Dad can’t come because he’s sleeping +” – he recalls. According to Mikujaj, his father “was a humble man, who did not seek fame, honour, awards, honors, or environmental recognition. (…) He enjoyed the greatest satisfaction when people loved his music and believed that he would stand up for himself.”
The Director General of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Yaroslav Chuba, read a letter from Minister Pyotr Glinsky, who noted that the death of Andrei Korzinsky touched not only the artistic community. “The composer was admired by the audience thanks to the songs he wrote for Pyotr Szczepanek, Marila Rudowicz, Violetta Vilas and Irina Jaruka. The soundtrack to the Polish cinematography of director Andrzej Wajda and Andrzej uławski ensured a fashionable place among the composers of film music. Żuławski ”- wrote. In Gliński’s opinion, “Andrzej Korzyński’s multidimensional talent was expressed in both classic and less serious projects in the form of musical pastiche. The publication of the book’s interview reveals a distinctive sense of humor and insightful observation.” “The late Andrzej Korzyński left a lasting imprint in the hearts of fans of his work and a huge legacy written in the notes” – he added.
President Rafai Trzaskovsky wrote in a letter to mourners that Korzynsky’s music brings with it many memories and emotions for generations. “It carries so much variety in timbre, rhythm, and mood-building, so many catchy melodies, and so many melodies that are nourished at least in parts” – values. “Korzyński can compose music seriously, travel to the land of kindness, and he can also play with it” – Trzaskowski wrote.
Musician Tomasz Lipiński of Brygada Kryzys, a member of the ZAIKS board of directors, said Korzyński “was one of those people who traveled around the musical world like a rare person, and how few could accentuate the beauty he gave us for so many years”. “Cyprien Camille Noroyd spoke about beauty + what do you know about beauty? Shape is love + I thank him for this love and I am glad he left us so much love” – he added.
Music journalist Maria Szabłowska said she will always remember Korzyński’s unique sense of humor. “It was such humor with a quiet bunch,” – he explained. She told about the beginning of Korzyski’s work on Polish Radio. Andrzej Korzyński and Witek Pograniczny set up the Rytm youth studio. Korzyński decided to record all the bigbit bands, or so-called szarpidrutów, which were very poorly received by the authorities. It was western music, and it was not played on Polish radio. Andrzej Czerwone recorded Gitary, Breakout, Czesław Niemen, Trubadurów, Marek Grechuta. All the most important musicians of the 60s and 70s were recorded in the studio. Studio Rytm also had a Polish Radio 1 antenna. She reported that he came up with a phrase to broadcast this music on air. She explained: “Specifically, he came up with a movement proletarian at the grassroots level and managed to get permission to record it.” In her opinion, “also testified to his great sense of humor and intelligence.” “Where would we be, had Andrzej not invented this phrase. Where will the guitars be, Niemen, Tadek Nalepa, where will all the great hits be” – she added.
Grzegorz Brzozowicz, director of “Andrzej Korzyński. The Lost Diamond”, said that Korzyński gave people great joy from an early age. “As a three-year-old in occupied Warsaw, he would go out to the balcony and sing to people + brunettes, blondes, I want to kiss all the girls +” – he said. “I think a lot of people smiled thanks to this in these difficult times. And how many people fell in love with listening to +yellow calendars, or dreamed of great love with +love. And do we remember how much soul and faith in the song gave us + Janek Wiśniewski Fall +, which In the film Wajda dedicated to Andrzej’s melody and not the original. And what a joy was the children who sang, sang and sang songs from + Akademia Pana Kleksa + “- he said. “It is nice that Andrzej left with beautiful melodies and emotions and that he did not put himself on a pedestal” – he emphasized.
After the funeral mass, Korzynsky’s request that “Hope” from “Man of Iron” sounded at his funeral was granted. The urn was taken out with the composer’s ashes to accompany the “yellow calendars”. The artist was buried at the Boozki Military Cemetery. (PAP)
Author: Olga Łozińska
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