Muzyka w "Dziennikach" Eugène’a Delacroix
Słowa kluczowe:Eugéne Delacroix, romantyzm francuski
Eugéne Delacroix (1798-1863), painter, leading representative of French Romanticism. Since 1822 he noted the major events which occurred in his life, which occurred in Paris of that time. His Journals consist of two volumes: volume 1 encompasses the years 1822-1853, and volume 2 encompasses the years 1854-1863 so till the last years of the artist’s life. The author of the article is focusing mainly on his music interests. Delacroix registered his impressions after the opera events, symphonic concerts in Paris Music Society and also after the cameral concerts which took place in the saloons of Paris Aristocracy including the princess Marcelina Czartoryska. Delacroix is dedicating a lot of attention to Fryderyk Chopin to whom he was attached as a true friend and he painted one of the best pictures of Polish musician. The Journals are providing us a lot of information about the writers and composers working at that time.At that time in Paris the following artists were living and creating: A. Dumas, V. Hugo, A. de Musset or G. Sand, A.Adam, H. Berlioz, J.F. Halévy, G.Meyerber, G. Rossini. The Polish edition of the Journals was published thanks to translating them into Polish by Joanna Guze and Julia Hartwig.
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Delacroix Eugène, Dzienniki. Część pierwsza (1822-1853), przełożyły Joanna Guze i Julia Hartwig, wyd. słowo/obraz terytoria, Gdańsk 2003.
Delacroix Eugène, Dzienniki. Część druga (1854-1863), przełożyły Joanna Guze i Julia Hartwig, wyd. słowo/obraz terytoria, Gdańsk 2007.
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