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Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994) was the pre-eminent member of a group of Polish composers that came to prominence after the Second World War and whose artistic advancement was given impetus by the death of Stalin in 1953.
The works in this set cover four decades of Lutoslawski's career and include most of his important orchestral works, starting with the early Symphonic Variations, his first and second Symphonies and the Concerto for Orchestra, perhaps his best-known work.
“Classic recordings under the composer's taut direction, which remain consistently impressive and, in the Concerto for Orchestra and later masterpieces such as Livre Mi-parti, truly thrilling.”
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