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4ever MUSIC and
WARNER MUSIC POLAND
2010 Edition

GOLDEN GLOBES 1995.
"THE GOLDEN RECORD" award for Ewa in Cannes for Soundtrack.
Best Foreign Film Nomination (Golden Globes 1995),
Nominated for Oscar in the same category.
POLISH RADIO
2006 Edition
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"Sentiments" 2006 and 2010 editions
Polish Radio Warsaw, Poland
with Polish Radio Orchestra
Music Producers: Krzysztof Herdzin and Adam Sztaba
Recording Producer: Tadeusz Mieczkowski

This new album contains songs from famous movies, musicals, pop and jazz standards. It also includes two new compositions by Krzysztof Herdzin and Adam Sztaba: "Szafirowa Romanca"
(lyrics of K. I. Galczynski) and the mystical "Ecstasy."
Three songs are recorded in French: "Crois tu" with music of Christopher Komeda from the movie "Rosemary's Baby", "La Valse D'Amelie" from the movie "Amelie" and "J'envoie Valser."
Seven songs are recorded in English: " Scarborough Fair", "Somewhere" with music of Leonard Bernstein, "Memory" fromthe musical "Cats", "I Finally Found Someone", a duet with Piotr Cugowski, "When I Fall in Love" (from the repertoire of Nat King Cole) and more. Ewa's unique vocal timbre, color and range, reveal her as an accomplished opera performer. Her unforgettable interpretation of popular music also makes her a unique artist.
Ewa's new CD
will enchant the listener regardless of their age or musical preference.
"Farinelli il Castrato"
Auvidis France
Musical director - Christophe Rousset
Movie director - Gerard Corbiau

Ewa Malas - Godlewska soprano, and Derek Lee Ragin contra-tenor, were chosen to recreate the voice of the famous XVIII century Castrato.

Gerard Corbiau's film "Farinelli" was nominated for OSCAR in 1995.
The soundtrack from the movie earned Ewa "THE GOLDEN RECORD" award in Cannes the same year.
GOLDEN GLOBES 1995.

One aria performed exclusively by Ewa, Haendel's " Lascia ch'io pianga", reached the No.1 position on the French popular music list. The soundtrack sold almost two million copies.
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New Edition
"Armida Abbandonata"
Fnac Music Production, France
Musical director Christophe Rousset

First world wide recording of this N. Jommelli's opera. An "American Record Guide": "Ewa Malas- Godlewska is dazzling in the title role, which was created for the great Anna Lucia de Amicis. The steely brilliance of her voice makes an ideal embodiment of the sorceress. Her rage aria 'Odio, furor, dispetto', with its fiendish staccato phrases, is a tour de force Mozart may have had in mind when he wrote Electra's final aria in Idomeneo. Armida reveals a tender site in the G-minor aria 'Ah! ti sento, mio povero core', which Malas-Godlewska sings meltingly".
"Armida Abbandonata"
Fnac Music Production, France
Musical director Christophe Rousset
ResMusica:
"l’Armida de Ewa-Malas Godlewska donne la pleine mesure d’un rôle écrasant conçu à l’époque pour l’une des sopranos les plus douées, Anna De Amicis."
Opéra International:
"Ewa Malas-Godlewska, très présente dans les récitatifs, recrée par instants la personnalité complexe et ambigue de la magicienne."
Le Monde de la Musique:
"Le choix de la distribution vocale est une réussite...Dans une parfaite cohérence de style, le couple Ewa Malas-Godlewska et Claire Brua brille par une totale identification dramatique avec les personnages."
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"Witaj Gwiazdo Zlota"
MAG Music Productions

Ewa's Classic Christmas songs record contributed to another of her awards "The Triple Platinum Record" and became one of the best selling Christmas CD's in Poland. The album consists of a melange of nine classical Christmas songs and seven new season compositions by renown Polish composers:
K. Debski, J. K. Pawluskiewicz, G. Turnau, and with the special vocal appearance of G. Turnau. The record's release fathered a "Witaj Gwiazdo Zlota" Concert shown by Polish TV on Christmas Eve, and is available on DVD.
"Ewa"
Kicco Music sas Milano-Italy

This record of Spanish Classical Songs is titled after her first name "EWA". Music by J. Rodrigo, J. Turina, M. De Falla, F. J. Obradors and H. Villa-Lobos. Ewa's soprano blends gently with the guitar of the famous Neapolitan virtuoso, Umberto Leonardo. Umberto's guitar does not merely accompany Ewa's voice, but it seems as if amalgamated with it. The mystical Spanish tones found fertile ground in the union of Ewa and Umberto's guitar.
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"Fuego"
MAG Music Productions

This CD of classical spanish songs incorporates music by J. Rodrigo, J. Turina, F. J. Obradors, H. Villa-Lobos and the poems by F.G. Lorca. Ewa's vocals , the original arrangements of
K. Debski and Umberto Leonardo's guitar make this classical Spanish music something special. The orchestra "Sinfonia Varsovia" completes the ultimate artistic assembly on this recording. Ewa's rendition of "Danza" by S. Sojka or "Serenata" with music of G. Turnau carries the listener into the realm of musical poetry. The Concert "Fuego" was televised in Poland.
"Era of Love"
Warner Music
MAG Music Productions

This record, the crossover of classical and pop music, was made by the unison of two unique musical personalities, Jose Cura and Ewa Malas. Their voices blend magically, and the music touching. Listening to their performances is truly an emotional experience. Music by K. Debski, Wojciech Kilar, J. Stoklosa and S. Krajewski. Recorded in Madrid and Warsaw studios with Orchestra "Sinfonia Varsovia". Awarded "The Golden Record", it became one of the best selling records in the country. The Concert "Era of Love" was shown by Polish TV.
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"Song of Love", Jose Cura / Ewa Malas
BMG Poland & France
MAG Music Productions LTD


This album of eleven duets has been anticipated by many fans. There are five songs recorded in English, four in French and two in Italian. The climate and quality of Ewa's performance will enchant the public regardless of the age or musical preference of the listener. Two weeks after being released in Poland, "Song of Love" became the No. 2 best selling CD in the country.
There are two printed graphic versions of the Record.
The musical content of each CD is identical.