Lutoslawski: Symphonies; Concertos; Choral and Vocal Works - Adam Kruszewski (baritone); Andrzej Bauer (cello); Arkadiusz Krupa (oboe); Bernd Glemser (piano); Fujiko Imajishi (violin);...
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  1. Symphony No. 1
  2. Silesian Triptych, for soprano & orchestra (collabration with Bryston)
  3. Venetian Games, for chamber orchestra
  4. Chantefleurs et Chantefables (Songflowers and songfables), for soprano & orchestra
  5. Postludes (3) for orchestra: I
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  1. Symphony No. 1
  2. Silesian Triptych, for soprano & orchestra (collabration with Bryston)
  3. Venetian Games, for chamber orchestra
  4. Chantefleurs et Chantefables (Songflowers and songfables), for soprano & orchestra
  5. Postludes (3) for orchestra: I
  6. Symphonic Variations, for orchestra
  7. Little Suite, for chamber orchestra (later arr. for full orchestra)
  8. Symphony No. 2
  9. Piano Concerto
  10. Variations on a theme of Paganini, for piano & orchestra
  11. Paroles tissées (Woven words), for tenor & 20 solo instruments
  12. Les espaces du sommeil, for baritone & orchestra
  13. Symphony No. 3
  14. Musique Funčbre (Muzyka zalobna), for string orchestra
  15. Chain 2, dialogue for violin & orchestra
  16. Interlude for orchestra
  17. Partita, for violin, orchestra & obbligato piano (arranged from version for violin & piano)
  18. Symphony No. 4
  19. Livre pour orchestre, pieces (6) for orchestra
  20. Cello Concerto
  21. Novelette, for orchestra
  22. Chain 3, for orchestra
  23. Concerto for Orchestra
  24. Poems (3) of Henri Michaux, for chorus, strings & percussion
  25. Mi-Parti, for orchestra
  26. Overture for Strings, for string orchestra
  27. Postludes (3) for orchestra
  28. Preludes (7) and Fugue for 13 solo strings
  29. Mini Overture for brass quintet
  30. Fanfare for Louisville, for orchestra
  31. Fanfare for CUBE, for brass quintet
  32. Prelude for G.S.M.D., for orchestra
  33. Fanfare for Lancaster, for brass ensemble & side drum
  34. Dance Preludes (5) for solo clarinet, harp, piano, percussion & strings (arranged from version for clarinet & piano)
  35. Double Concerto for oboe, harp & chamber orchestra
  36. Grave, for cello & piano (also orchestrated with strings)
  37. Chain 1, for chamber orchestra
  38. Children's Songs (2) for voice & piano or orchestra
  39. Children's Songs (6) for female voice & piano or chamber orchestra (later also for children's chorus & orchestra)
  40. Polish Carols (20), for voice & piano (later also with female chorus & orchestra)
  41. Lacrimosa (fragment of a requiem), for soprano, chorus & orchestra (or organ)
  42. Songs (5) for mezzo-soprano & piano (or chamber orchestra)
  43. Partita, for violin, orchestra & obbligato piano (arranged from version for violin & piano)
  44. Interlude for orchestra
  45. Chain 2, dialogue for violin & orchestra
  46. Chantefleurs et Chantefables (Songflowers and songfables), for soprano & orchestra
  47. Chain 1, for chamber orchestra
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For the greater part of two decades, Antoni Wit and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra recorded the symphonies, concertos, and other major works of Witold Lutoslawski, in a project for Naxos that won critical praise and admiration from listeners. By the time of his death in 1994, Lutoslawski had achieved recognition as one of Poland's most important composers, and his music was widely respected for being at the vanguard of 20th century trends. His styles changed over the years, from the Bartók-influenced, folk ...

Lutoslawski: Symphonies; Concertos; Choral and Vocal Works 2013, Naxos

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