Books about Witold Lutoslawski and his music
|Tadeusz Kaczynski Conversations with Witold Lutoslawski|
Chester Music, 1984; ISBN 0906594014; 152 pages
Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994), who claimed that 'talking was not his speciality', emerges during a series of conversations with the music critic Tadeusz Kaczynski as a most lucid and articulate commentator, not only on his own compositions, but on every aspect of twentieth-century music and musicianship. This updated record of those conversations makes for compelling and thought-provoking reading, offering a fascinating insight into the mind of this great composer. Price indication: $ 23.95
|Zbigniew Skowron Lutoslawski Studies|
Oxford University Press, 2001; ISBN 0198166605; 392 pages
Lutoslawski Studies presents for the first time an overview of the great twentieth-century composer Witold Lutoslawski's works and his compositional style, focusing on areas such as the composer's aesthetics, the evolution of his style, and the compositional strategies which apply to broader periods of his creativity. The international team of contributors bring to this study the results of recent research, offering a broader approach that links many issues which have been treated selectively in former studies, as well as throwing new light on the essence of the composer's music and the way in which modern and traditional elements co-exist. Price indication: $ 115.00
|Stanislaw Bedkowski and Stanislaw Hrabia Witold Lutoslawski : A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music)|
Greenwood Press, 2000; ISBN 0313259623; 344 pages
This volume in the Greenwood Press series, Bio-Bibliographies in Music, provides new details about the life and works of Polish composer Witold Lutoslawski. It includes a detailed catalogue of the composer's works and performances, including his film music, incidental music for the theatre, music for radio plays, and songs he composed under a pseudonym, as well as a bibliography, discography, and brief biographical sketch. His unique style was distinguished by an individual harmonic system and controlled aleatory technique that he developed more fully during the 1960s and 1970s. The discography includes over 300 recordings, and the bibliography includes writings by the composer and a separate section for the writings about him, including concert and recording reviews, books, articles, dissertations, and interviews. Price indication: $ 99.95
|Charles Bodman Rae The Music of Lutoslawski|
Faber & Faber, 1994; ISBN 0571164501; 288 pages Price indication: (used only): from $ 45.00
Sheet music, libretti, etc.First Concert Pieces IV (Music Scores)
- KonemannWitold Lutoslawski: Paganini Variations For Two Pianos
- Chester Music
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