Penderecki's Garden 49°51'28.7"N 20°49'38.1"E 49°51'28.7"N 20°49'38.1"E Home

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  • Anne-Sophie Mutter
  • Cognac from Mrs Solecka
  • Arto Noras
  • A Malczewski at the Price of a Wardrobe
  • Drafting New Music on the Beach
  • Katarzyna Budnik-Gałązka
  • A Journey to Italy
  • A Spontaneous Agnus Dei
  • Chagall, Picasso, or Dalí?
  • Szymon Nehring
  • The Elopement of Stefania Szylkiewicz
  • All of Bergers’ Trees
  • Jeajoon Ryu
  • Winnetou’s Adventures in German
  • All of Malczewski Landscapes
  • Janusz Wawrowski
  • Marcin Zdunik

The Park.02

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  • Stabat Mater
  • The Avant-Garde on the Danube
  • Three Pieces in Old Style: Aria
  • St. Luke Passion: Miserere
  • Kubrick’s Hot Theme
  • Violin Concerto No. 1
  • A Symphony for Trees
  • Polish Requiem: Agnus Dei
  • Polish and American Horrors
  • Viola Concerto
  • Song of Cherubim
  • Infidels in Lusławice
  • Sinfonietta No. 2
  • Composing the Garden
  • Seven Gates of Jerusalem: De profundis
  • Symphony No.8 ‘Songs of Transience’
  • The Symphony as an Ark
  • Kaczka pstra (The Speckled Duck)
  • In Pyjamas to the Park
  • Horn Concerto ‘Winterreise’
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  • String Quartet No. 3 ‘Leaves of an unwritten diary’
  • Max Richter, Hania Rani, Atom String Quartet - tribute to Krzysztof Penderecki
  • Adagio from Symphony No. 3 by Krzysztof Penderecki

The Labirynth.05

Visit one of Europe’s largest garden labyrinths and discover the music that has been concealed inside it! Penderecki planted 15000 hornbeams in accordance with a medieval design once found on a reproduction in an old book. To learn the labyrinth’s history, find four fragments of Penderecki’s work. Use the keyboard and the mouse to move around the site.

Please, find another spot!

Bravo! You’ve discovered all the pieces of music.
Read about the history of the labyrinth and its significance to the Maestro’s output.

Read moremore about the Labirynth

The Studio.6

What does Krzysztof Penderecki’s music sound like in his own park and garden?

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