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.
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Zbigniew Skowron is an Assistant Professor, Institute of Musicology at University of Warsaw.Review:
An indispensable read for specialists and students of his music. Refreshingly, its 14 academic essays, fastidiously edited by Zbigniew Skowron, also have much to offer the braver Lutoslawski enthusiast * BBC Music Magazine *
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