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LUTOSLAWSKI, W.: Concerto for Orchestra / 3 Poems by Henri Michaux / Mi-Parti / Overture for Strings (Polish National Radio Symphony, Wit)

LUTOSLAWSKI: Concerto for Orchestra / Three Poems / Mi-Parti

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra


Antoni Wit



Anna Szostak

choirmaster

Camerata Silesia



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 70:50
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LUTOSLAWSKI, W.: Concerto for Orchestra / 3 Poems by Henri Michaux / Mi-Parti / Overture for Strings (Polish National Radio Symphony, Wit)

 

WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI

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Concerto for Orchestra

 
1 Intrada 7:17
 
2 Capriccio notturno ed arioso 5:51
 
3 Passacaglia toccata e corale 16:18
 
     
 

3 Poems by Henri Michaux

 
4 Pensees 7:06
 Anna Szostak choirmaster
5 Repos dans le malheur 6:43
 Anna Szostak choirmaster
6 Le Grand Combat 7:46
 Anna Szostak choirmaster
     
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Mi-Parti

14:29
 
     
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Overture

5:20
 
 Antoni Wit
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"The fifth volume of Naxos’s excellent Lutoslawski series provides an excellent cross-section for anyone wanting to sample this inspired composer’s work. The settings of the surrealist poet, Henri Michaux, dating from the early 1960s, are highly original in their use of choral textures, and Mi-parti in a single span, slow then fast, points forward in the brilliance and originality of its interplay of instruments to the later symphonies. Strong and purposeful performances, vividly recorded in full, immediate sound."   ***  - Key Recording
 
Penguin Guide - January 2009



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