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Lusławice_centrum muzyki Pendereckiego

Lusławice_centrum muzyki Pendereckiego

„Witold Lutosławski i polska muzyka XX wieku”

„Witold Lutosławski i polska muzyka XX wieku”

7 marca 2012 soliści: Leszek Możdżer - fortepian Krzysztof Jakowicz - skrzypce Bielska Orkiestra Kameralna Bielskie Centrum Kultury Dom Muzyki

7 marca 2012 soliści: Leszek Możdżer - fortepian Krzysztof Jakowicz - skrzypce Bielska Orkiestra Kameralna Bielskie Centrum Kultury Dom Muzyki

Federico Moreno Torroba (03/03/1891 - 12/09/1982)

Federico Moreno Torroba (03/03/1891 - 12/09/1982)

GEORG SOLTI (October 21, 1912-September 5, 1997) One of the most recorded conductors in history (31 Grammy Awards, an all-time record) and known for, among other things, restoring and establishing the famous Chicago Symphony "sound." I was privileged to solo under him in the early 80's with the Los Angeles Philharmonic singing, Haydn's Pauken Messe.

GEORG SOLTI (October 21, 1912-September 5, 1997) One of the most recorded conductors in history (31 Grammy Awards, an all-time record) and known for, among other things, restoring and establishing the famous Chicago Symphony "sound." I was privileged to solo under him in the early 80's with the Los Angeles Philharmonic singing, Haydn's Pauken Messe.

Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897)  The music of  represents the furthest development of one strain of Nineteenth-Century Romanticism. Broadly speaking, one can distinguish five lines of development: the Beethoven-Mendelssohn-Schumann-Brahms; Liszt-Wagner-Bruckner-Strauss; folklore nationalism; Italian opera; and French, both operatic and symphonic.

Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) The music of represents the furthest development of one strain of Nineteenth-Century Romanticism. Broadly speaking, one can distinguish five lines of development: the Beethoven-Mendelssohn-Schumann-Brahms; Liszt-Wagner-Bruckner-Strauss; folklore nationalism; Italian opera; and French, both operatic and symphonic.

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