10CD LUTOSŁAWSKI Symphonies Concertos Choral and VocalWorks

10CD LUTOSŁAWSKI Symphonies Concertos Choral and VocalWorks nr katalogowy: 8.501066
  • Wydawca: NAXOS 8.501066
    Rok wydania: 2013

                   WITOLD LUTOSŁAWSKI
                           10CD Box


    CD1:
    1. Symphony no 1 / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    2. Chantefleurs et chantefables / Olga Pasichnyk (Soprano) / Antoni Wi/ Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    3. Silesian Tryptych / Olga Pasichnyk (Soprano) / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    4. Venetian Games / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    5. Postlude no 1 / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra

    CD2:
    1. Symphonic Variations / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    2. Little Suite / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    3. Symphony no 2 / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    4. Concerto for Piano "For Krystian Zimerman" / Peter Paleczny (Piano) / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice

    CD3:
    1. Variations on a theme of Paganini for Piano and Orchestra / Bernd Glemser (Piano) / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    2. Paroles tissées / Piotr Kusiewicz (Tenor) / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    3. Les espaces du sommeil / Adam Kruszewski (Baritone) / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    4. Symphony no 3 / Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
     
    CD4:
    1. Funeral Music/ Antoni Wit / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice
    2. Chain 2 for Violin and Orchestra / Krysztof Bakowski (Violin)
    3. Interlude for Orchestra
    4. Partita for Violin and Orchestra / Krysztof Bakowski (Violin)
    5. Symphony no 4

    CD5:
    1. Livre pour Orchestre
    2. Concerto for Cello  / Andrzej Bauer (Cello)
    3. Novelette
    4. Chain 3 for Orchestra

    CD6:
    1. Concerto for Orchestra
    2. Poemes (3) d'Henri Michaux
    3. Mi-Parti
    4. Overture for Strings

    CD7: 
    1. Postludes (3)
    2. Preludes and Fugue for Strings
    3. Mini Overture
    4. Fanfares

    CD8:
    1. Dance Preludes (5) for Clarinet, Harp, Piano, Percussion and Strings / Zbigniew Kaleta (Clarinet)
    2. Double Concerto for Oboe and Harp / Nicolas Tulliez (Harp), Arkadiusz Krupa (Oboe)
    3. Grave / Rafal Kwiatkowski (Cello)
    4. Chain 1 for Chamber Orchestra / Rafal Kwiatkowski (Cello)
    5. Children's Songs / Urszula Kryger (Soprano)

    CD9:
    1. Polish Christmas Carols (20) / Olga Pasichnyk (Soprano)
    2. Lacrimosa / Olga Pasichnyk (Soprano)
    3. Songs (5) for Female Voice and Orchestra / Jadwiga Rappé (Alto)

    CD10:
    Bonus: Lutoslawski's Last Concert


     


    The centenary of the birth of Witold Lutosławski is being offered little recognition by the record industry, but I guess no other label has the depth and quality to offer. Here we have his complete symphonies and concertos linked with his remaining orchestral works and choral scores, the boxed set amounting to almost twelve hours of music plus a bonus disc of the composer conducting his last concert before his death in 1994. I will not attempt to give you a resumé of the performances from the Polish Radio Orchestra and their estimable conductor, Antoni Wit, as they will all go down as the absolute guide to the composer’s output. That said I could not resist dipping into my favourite tracks that begin with the gorgeous voice of Olga Pasichnyk singing the Chantefleurs et Chantefables, a group of nine songs much influenced by Debussy. Then onto the naughty Paganini Variations with the pianist, Bernd Glemser, revelling in the work’s fun, before the baritone, Adam Kruszewski, takes us on an uneasy journey through Les Espaces du sommeli. Music of a more modern nature, that reminds us of Lutosławski’s time and place in the advent of music, comes with the atonality of Livre pour orchestra, here preceding one of the greatest 20th century Cello Concertos. It is as if one human voice had descended into a world of conflict, that voice here superbly played by Andrej Bauer. His most frequently performed work, the Concerto for Orchestra returned Lutosławski to the mainstream of Prokofiev and Bartók in their most hard-hitting mode. Twenty years later Mi-parti plays with less tangible threads, though becomes increasingly fascinating the more you hear the work. We turn the clock back again to 1955—contemporary with the Concerto for Orchestra—to savour the delights of Dance Preludes for clarinet and orchestra, set beside the unexpected turmoil that greets the Double Concerto for Oboe and Harp, one of his strangest scores. Then, almost as a ‘sweeping up’ final disc, we have the innocent voices of children and the return of the soprano, Olga Pasichnyk, in the beauty of 20 Polish Christmas Songs. I don’t think any composer could have hoped to find an orchestra and conductor who would serve him with such total dedication. The recorded sound is excellent, and the booklet is highly detailed, the whole package coming in slipcases in a robust and colourful box. Recommended without reservation of any kind. © 2013 David’s Review Corner


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