Panufnik

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On This Day
24 September: Andrzej Panufnik Was Born
Andrzej Panufnik is considered one of the most important and original symphonic composers of the 2nd half of the 20th century. As he famously stated, “In all my works, I attempt to achieve a true balance between feeling and intellect,
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PANUFNIK, A.: Piano Concerto / LUTOSLAWSKI, W.: Piano Concerto / SZYMANSKI, P.: Piano Concerto (Poblocka)
Piano Concerto – Molto Tranquillo From PANUFNIK, A.: Piano Concerto / LUTOSLAWSKI, W.: Piano Concerto / SZYMANSKI, P.: Piano Concerto (Poblocka) (1998) Released by CD Accord Panufnik: Piano Concerto – Molto TranquilloThe Piano Concerto is an exuberant, colourful work, premiered
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Roxanna Panufnik
I can empathise with Roxanna Panufnik. She, too, is a morning person. ‘Anything difficult that I have to do I schedule for Monday morning; it’s when I’m at my complete and utter freshest!’ I catch her after a stint of
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BARGIELSKI, Z.: Landscape of Remembrance / MYCIELSKI, Z.: Piano Trio (Landscape of Memories)
Andrzej Panufnik: Piano Trio Op. 1 (1934, recon. 1945, rev. 1985) Largo From BARGIELSKI, Z.: Landscape of Remembrance / MYCIELSKI, Z.: Piano Trio (Landscape of Memories) (2012) Released by CD Accord Andrzej Panufnik: Piano Trio Op. 1 (1934, recon. 1945,
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Horatio Parker
The New Haven Conservative In the United States, Charles Ives is revered as a cultural messiah who provided musical identity to a country desperately searching for a classical musical tradition of its own. Ives went to school at Yale University,
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