Marek Pasieczny: A Talented Composer

By Miche Archetto:

Kikuidataki is the name of the smallest Bird in Japan and the World’s smallest hummingbird of its kind. The native script is “King birds”. Kikuidataki is characterized by its yellow crown crest. I strived to capture and imitate its movements through sonoristic and colouristic effects. In depicting the Japanese impression, the main melody was inspired and based on the Japanese melody “Itsuki no komuriuta” (Lullaby of Itsuki).

This is what Marek Pasieczny wrote as a comment about this video, where he shows his amazing talent as player and composer.

The bio in his official website reads:

Award winning guitarist and composer Marek Pasieczny (*1980) is one of the most popular contemporary polish composers and guitarists of the younger generation. He has completed both a Masters in Guitar Performance with distinction as well as in Composition, first studying at ‘Karol Lipinski Academy of Music’ in Wroclaw under Professor Piotr Zaleski, and later at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Scotland, U.K.

After winning several guitar and composition competitions in Poland and Scotland, Pasieczny’s career took off and has since established himself as a successful performer, composer and teacher. His career has taken him around the world including Europe (Poland, France, Germany, Italy, Czech Rep., Greece, UK, Holland, Switzerland), South Africa, Asia (China and Japan) Australia and New Zealand.

As a soloist, Pasieczny has performed with orchestras such as: BBC Scotland, SBO and RSNO, “Aukso”, “Vratislavia”, “Orkiestra Swietokrzyska”, and recorded for Polish TV, Polish Radio, German ‘Nurnberg’ Radio, and BBC Radio Scotland.[...]

In 2004, Pasieczny dabbed his hand at jazz and had the honour of collaborating with world renowned jazz guitarist Pat Metheny and polish jazz vocalist Anna Maria Jopek for the album ‘Upojenie’.

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