BOOKS

“Edvard Grieg’s Drei Phantasiestucke for Piano from Op. 1.” In Edvard Grieg, sein Umfeld, seine Nachfolge. Neue Forschungen, 7. Deutscher Edvard-Grieg-Kongress am 15. bis 17. Oktober 2020 in Leipzig, edited by Patrick Dinslage, Stefan Keym, 33-46. Leipzig: Gudrun Schröder Verlag, 2021.  

 

“Karol Szymanowski’s and Ignacy Jan Paderewski’s Songs in the Light of Grieg’s Works.” In Edvard Grieg, sein Umfeld, seine Nachfolge. Neue Forschungen, 7. Deutscher Edvard-Grieg-Kongress am 14. Und 15. Oktober 2016 in Leipzig, edited by Helmut Loos, Patrick Dinslage, 226-236. Leipzig: Gudrun Schröder Verlag, 2018.

 

“Norwegian Orientalism in Edvard Grieg’s String Quartets.” In Edvard Grieg. Life and Music,edited by Markéta Štefková, 127-152. Bratislava: Vysoká škola múzických umení v Bratislave, 2016.

 

“Grieg as a National, European and Universal Composer.” In Edvard Grieg and His Times, edited by Wojciech Stępień, 59-83. Katowice: Akademia Muzyczna im. Karola Szymanowskiego, 2016.

 

“Ockeghem’s Canon Deo Gratias – an Experimental Interpretation.” In Music: Function and Value. Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on Musical Signification, Cracow, 27 September-2 October 2010, vol. 2, edited by Teresa Malecka and Małgorzata Pawłowska, 168-175. Kraków: Akademia Muzyczna w Krakowie, 2013.

 

“Musical Categories of the Uncanny in Edvard Grieg’s Troll Music”, Studia Musicologica Norvegica 38 (2012): 46-64.  

 

“A Theory of Angels in Rautavaara’s Instrumental Music.” In Before and After Music. Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of the International Project on Musical Signification. Vilnius, 21-25 October 2008, edited by Lina Navickaité-Martinelli, 585-595. Helsinki-Imatra: Acta Semiotica Fennica XXXVII, Helsinki-Imatra 2010.

 

“The Mythological and Supernatural Elements in Edvard Grieg’s Music.“ http://eog.chopin.nifc.pl/public/files/14635628159672769ae272cd798f867fde07c805be.pdf

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (listed only in English)

“Edvard Grieg’s Drei Phantasiestucke for piano from Op. 1”, The Internationale Musikwissenschaftliche Konferenz: Edvard Grieg, sein Umfeld, seine Nachfolge. Neue Forschungen, Neue Forschungen Institut für Musikwissenschaft der Universität Leipzig und Grieg-Begegnungsstätte Leipzig, Leipzig, October 2020.

 

“Norwegian orientalism in Edvard Grieg’s string quartets with focus on interpretation and symbolic meaning of instruments”, Romantic Piano Meets the Hardanger Fiddle: Edvard Grieg’s Chamber Works and Solo Piano Music, International Seminar
and Workshop, Grieg Academy – University of Bergen, Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen, October 2017.

 

“Szymanowski’s and Paderewski’s songs in the light of Grieg’s works”, The Internationale Musikwissenschaftliche Konferenz: Edvard Grieg, sein Umfeld, seine Nachfolge, Neue Forschungen Institut für Musikwissenschaft der Universität Leipzig und Grieg-Begegnungsstätte Leipzig, Leipzig, October 2016.

 

“Norwegian orientalism and supernatural world in Edvard Grieg’s music”, International Conference: Orient in Music – Music of the Orient, Katedra Teorii Muzyki, Akademia Muzyczna im. Grażyny i Kiejstuta Bacewiczów, Łódź, March 2016.

 

“The influence of Edvard Grieg’s piano music and songs on the music of Mieczysław Karłowicz”, The International Grieg Conference: Edvard Grieg and the Human Voice, Grieg Academy – University of Bergen, Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen, Bergen, May 2015.

 

“Hexatonic poles and supernatural beings in Edvard Grieg’s music”, The Grieg Day in Bratislava, Wyższa Szkoła Sztuk Scenicznych, Bratislava, October 2015.

 

“The reception of Grieg’s music in Poland”, International Conference Edvard Grieg and His Times, Akademia Muzyczna im. Karola Szymanowskiego, Katowice, November 2015.

 

“The role of mythological and the supernatural world threads in Edvard Grieg’s works”, The shaping of national identity in the culture of Poland and Norway during the nineteenth century and up to the First World War – ‘national styles’ in music, Rinvge Music Museum, Trondheim, September 2014.

 

“The influence of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring on building up of the national modernism in Finnish music on the example of the orchestral suite Kalevala-sarja by Uuno Klami”, International Simposium: A Laboratory of Spring, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń, September 2014.

 

“Images of aurora borealis in Finnish 20th century music”, 12th International Congress on Musical Signification (ICMS12), Catholic University of Louvain, Académie Royale de Belgique, Louvain-la-Neuve/Bruksela, April 2013.

 

“Nature, love and despair – signification of birds in Grieg's music", International Edvard Grieg Conference: Edvard Grieg and Denmark Context, Copenhagen, August 2011.

 

“Ockeghem's Deo Gratias -an experiment in analysis", Music, Function and Value - XIIth lnternational Congress on Musical Signification, Akademia Muzyczna Kraków, September-October 2011.

ARTICLES (listed only in English)

Doctoral dissertation The Sound of Finnish Angels. Musical Signification in Five Instrumental Compositions by Einojuhani Rautavaara was published by Pendragon Press in 2011.

Habilitation book: Le Nouveau Grieg. Tendencje modernistyczne w twórczości Edvarda Griega na przykładzie opp. 54, 66 i 72, published in 2019, is devoted to Edvard Grieg`s late piano music.