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 7th August, Saturday 12:05 pm / the tower of the Main Town Hall /

Protestant Music and Ostinati

Anna Kasprzycka /Gdańsk/


Matthias van den Gheyn (1721-1785)
Preludium 6

… rozwesela serca, przepędza diabła…
Muzyka protestantyzmu

Mikołaj Gomółka (ok. 1535–1609?):
– Psalm XXIX „Nieście chwałę mocarze…”
– Psalm XLVII „Klaszczmy rękoma”
(opr. A. Kasprzycka) 

Samuel Marechal (1554-ok.1640)
Psalm 66 (98, 118, opr. G. Kok) 

Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608)
Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, EG. 70 (opr. W. Bender – 1911-1944)

Jan Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Chorał „Jesus, bleibet meine Freude” z kantaty Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben BWV 147 (opr. F. Marriot) 

Johann Ephraim Eggert (1728-1803)
Verleih uns frieden gnädiglich 

Jan Sebastian Bach
Aria „Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust” BWV 170/1 (opr. G. Kok)


Wieczna powtórka. Utwory oparte o powtarzalne struktury


Johan Snep (1656-1719)
Chaconna na violę da gamba (opr. G. D’hollander) 

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Rondeau z Suity Abdelazar (opr. M. D. Polak) 

Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer (1656-1746)
Chaconne F-dur z Euterpe, Muzyczny Parnas (opr. B. Winsemius) 

Wilhelm Bender (1911-1944)
Kanon i Ostinato 

Geert D’hollander (*1965)

Ludus Modalis I (2011):
– Layers
– Accents 

Paweł Mykietyn (*1971)
Stop (2020)


Carillonist, sound engineer. Graduate of Theory of Music Departament of Gdańsk Music Academy and the Royal Carillon School in Mechelen in Belgium (2014). Laureate of 2nd  prize in Young Carillonists Competition in  Saint-Amand-Les-Eaux (France, 2014) and 3rd prize in Carillon Duos Competition in Zwolle, Holland (2013). Scholarship fellow of Adam Mickiewicz Institute, City of Gdańsk President, Erasmus Socrates program.  In 2017 (February-April) she was on an artistic-research scholarship in Bok Tower Gardens in Florida. In 2020 (August-September) she has been a resident artist in Kaunas Artists’ House (Kaunas, Lithuania). Since 2008 she has been giving concerts in Poland and abroad (in Belgium, Holland, France, Great Britain, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Ukraine, Russia  and USA). Inventor of many projects promoting carillon music among children and youth; among them “The circus has arrived!” (with a circus troupe) and “Carillon – a stolem [mythical Kashubian giant] among instruments” (with Barnaby Theatre). She  made several world premieres of contemporary composers, including works composed specially for her. She has recorded several CDs with carillon music and has taken part in a few TV programs.   

Author of piano, vocal and orchestral  music transcriptions for the carillon and many articles on carillons.