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Polish Renaissance (opr. miękka)

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  • ISBN 9780714832517 
  • Oprawa miękka 
  • Autor B Jacobson 
  • Wydawnictwo Phaidon Press Ltd 
  • Ilość stron 240 
  • Rok wydania 1996 

Opis

Polish music has flowered in the twentieth century. Yet the four Poles whose story is told here -- Andrzej Panufnik (1914-91), Witold Lutoslawski (1913-94), Ktzystof Penderecki (b.1933), and Henryk Gorecki (b.1933) -- are noted for their development of radically differing creative approaches, in spite of a common national background. Against the varied canvas of musical styles practised in the latter half of the twentieth century -- including, on the one hand, serialism and its intellectual spin-offs, and on the other, the use of chance procedures, the 'new simplicity', and minimalism -- the author dramatizes the position of these four composers, showing how each transcends the musical movements with which they are habitually linked. Their compositional techniques are illuminated aby a consideration of their lives and careers, which have so powerfully contributed to the phenomenon of rebirth in modern Polish music.

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