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for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon

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  • Cat. no. 10227

  • ISBN ISSN: M-2740-0030-1


The Trio, performed by Seweryn Śnieckowski, Teofil Rudnicki and Bazyli Orłow in Cracow early in September 1945, was to arouse ''very contradictory judgements''. At least this is how Stefan Kisielewski reported the feelings of listeners in his review, while he himself ranked the piece among avantegarde, ''forward-looking works'' and its author as one of the composers raising exceptional hopes. ''And perhaps in his slow, methodical and materialgathering work, emanating from some concentrated, focused fire, he has yet to create a synthetic work, in which his fully expressed 'credo' is fully presented? [...] The Trio is a laboratory work, a creative study, showing certain elements, out of which Lutosławski builds his works: a meticulously precise formal rigorism and his own, absolutely individual world of harmonies, conditioned by some essential, although concealed necessity. It is exactly this harmonic world which makes me see in Lutosławski an author who may create works of the highest importance to the development of contemporary music.'' (Stefan Kisielewski: ''Polish Contemporary Music Festival in Cracow''. ''Ruch Muzyczny'' 1945 No. 1, p. 25).

  • Series: Polish Chamber Music
  • Language of edition: eng, pol
  • Number of pages: 80
  • Cover: softcover
  • No. of edition: 3
  • Published: 2006
  • Type: score and parts
  • Size: A4 vertical (210x297 mm)

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