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Lutosławski - Concerto For Orchestra / Funeral Music / Venetian Games album mp3

  • Performer: Lutosławski
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Concerto For Orchestra / Funeral Music / Venetian Games
  • Released: 1964
  • Style: Modern
  • Country: Europe
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Symphony Orchestra of the National Philharmonic Warsaw.

Funeral Music For String Orchestra. Venetian Games For Orchestra. Composed By – Witold Lutoslawski. Conductor – Witold Rowicki. Orchestra – Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Painting – Janina Zemojtel.

Polish composer Witold Lutosławski's Concerto for Orchestra was written in the years 1950–54, on the initiative of the artistic director of the Warsaw Philharmonic, Witold Rowicki, to whom it is dedicated. It is written in three movements, lasts about 30 minutes, and constitutes the last stage and a crowning achievement of the folkloristic style in Lutosławski's work. That style, inspired by the music of the Kurpie region, went back in him to the pre-1939 years.

1964 Maroon Label Mono Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Witold Rowicki Conducting The Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Artist: Lutoslawski Title: Concerto For Orchestra, Funeral Music, Venetian Games Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: Philips Catalog ID: A 02434 L Country: Netherlands Our ID: 128070. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

During his youth, Lutosławski studied piano and composition in Warsaw. His early works were influenced by Polish folk music. It was his substantial and original Concerto for Orchestra of 1954 that established Lutosławski as an important composer of art music. The work, commissioned in 1950 by the conductor Witold Rowicki for the newly reconstituted Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, earned the composer two state prizes in the following year. musical ensemble in Jeux vénitiens ("Venetian games"). These harmonic and temporal techniques became part of every subsequent work, and integral to his style. In a departure from his usually serious compositions in 1957 to 1963, Lutosławski also composed light music under the pseudonym Derwid. Mostly waltzes, tangos, foxtrots and slow-foxtrots for voice and piano, these pieces are in the genre of Polish actors' songs.

Lutoslawski - Concerto for Orch. Funeral Music, Venetian Games, Philips A 02434 L, Modern Music Series. Composition, Janina Zemojtel. Taken on February 9, 2017.

Concerto for orchestra : 3. Passacaglia, Toccata a Corale. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

Cerebral Improvisatory. Witold Lutosławski, Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. Venetian Games, for chamber orchestra. Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, Witold Lutosławski. 5. Livre pour orchestre, pieces (6) for orchestra. 6. Mi-Parti, for orchestra.

CD 1. Witold Lutoslawski Composer. Concerto for Orchestra Work. Yan Pascal Tortelier Conductor, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra. 1. ntrada: Allegro maestoso. Muzyka zalobna (Funeral Music; 'In memoriam B. Bartók') Work.

Ninateka - Three composers - Venetian Games for orchestra. Menu szybkiego dostępu. Discography: Witold Lutosławski: selected works, Sinfonia Varsovia, Wojciech Michniewski – conductor, CD Accord, 1996; Witold Lutosławski: Orchestral Works vol. 6, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit – conductor, Naxos, 1999; Lutoslawski: Orchestral Music, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Witold Lutosławski – conductor, EMI Classics, 2008. The creative crisis that affected Lutosławski in the late 1950s and influenced the composition of the Three Postludes suddenly came to an end around 1960. The dialogue between the subsections of the orchestra (wind instruments versus strings) acquires dramatic overtones, turning into an open conflict after the entry of the piano. A tumultuous climax fades in a long epilogue.

Tracklist

Concerto For Orchestra
A1 Intrada: Allegro Maestoso
A2 Capriccio Notturno E Arioso; Vivace - Stresso Movimento
A3 Passacaglia, Toccata E Corale: Andante Con Moto - Allegro Giusto (Alla Breve) - Molto Allegre (Quasi Alla Breva) - Presto
Funeral Music For String Orchestra
B1a Prologue
B1b Metamorphoses
B1c Apogee
B1d Epilogue
B2 Venetian Games For Orchestra

Credits

  • Artwork [Front] – Janina Zemojtel
  • Composed By – Witold Lutoslawski
  • Conductor – Witold Rowicki
  • Orchestra – Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra*

Notes

Red labels with silver lettering

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
426 663-2 [PSL] Lutosławski*, Witold Rowicki Lutosławski*, Witold Rowicki - Concerto For Orchestra / Funeral Music For String Orchestra / Venetian Games ‎(CD, RE, RM) Philips 426 663-2 [PSL] Europe 1990
835 303 AY Lutosławski* Concerto For Orchestra / Funeral Music / Venetian Games ‎(LP, Album) Philips 835 303 AY France 1964
835 303 AY Lutosławski* Concerto For Orchestra / Funeral Music / Venetian Games ‎(LP, Album) Philips 835 303 AY Netherlands 1964
63 212 Witold Lutoslawski / Orchestre Symphonique De La Philharmonie Nationale De Varsovie* / Witold Rowicki Witold Lutoslawski / Orchestre Symphonique De La Philharmonie Nationale De Varsovie* / Witold Rowicki - Concerto Pour Orchestre/ Musique Funèbre/ Jeux Vénitiens ‎(LP, Album) Orbis 63 212 Netherlands 1974
839.261 DSY Lutoslawski* / Orchestre Symphonique De La Philharmonie Nationale De Varsovie* / Witold Rowicki Lutoslawski* / Orchestre Symphonique De La Philharmonie Nationale De Varsovie* / Witold Rowicki - Concerto Pour Orchestre/ Musique Funèbre/ Jeux Vénitiens ‎(LP) Philips 839.261 DSY France Unknown

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