Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Mi-Parti, for orchestra on AllMusic. Witold Lutosławski. Composer:Witold Lutosławski; Original title: Mi-parti na orkiestrę; year of completion: ; instrumentation: orchestra; commission: Concertgebouw ( Amsterdam). The analysis-interpretation presented here concentrates on one work – Witold Lutoslawski’s orchestral composition ‘Mi-parti’ dating from , of minute.

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Tortelier is perhaps my favorite interpreter of 20th century music: Passacaglia toccata e corale by Antoni Wit. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

Audio CD Verified Purchase. Partl Number of Discs: October 5, Release Date: They are usually much better than the composer’s own recordings. I like especially the second movement, Le Grand Combat.

Soft washes of sound rub against violent outbursts. It is a powerful dramatic work.

Yet, I find it’s not enough. See all 6 reviews. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Showing of 2 reviews. Sinuous climaxes precede provocative retreats. Get to Know Us. Lutoslawski, like all successful contemporary composers, forged a personal but highly communicative musical language from a variety of disparate elements. Additional taxes putoslawski apply. Lutoslawski found the piece’s unusual title in a dictionary; its definition is “composed of two equal but unlike parts.


That would pafti, the mature half “Mi-Parti and “Trois Poemes”. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Overture for Strings by Antoni Wit.

Lutoslawski: Concerto For Orchestra / 3 Poems By Henri Michaux / Mi-Parti / Overture For Strings

Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version lutoxlawski update your Flash plugin. Every time a score is read anew, every time a composition is listened to again attentively, there is an increase in one’s knowledge of it, and at the same time a modification of one’s previous understanding of it. The Concerto is good but not remarkable or terribly inventive, and the Overture is practically juvenilia.

The second poem “Repos daus le malheur” begins with babbling from the female vocalist outoslawski with shouts from the male vocalists. Intricate playing leads to a climactic chord of all twelve notes by the entire orchestra. Audio CD, December 1, “Please retry”.

Witold Lutosławski – Mi-parti () – Music Sales Classical

I am not really a fan of Lutoslawski’s opus written in ies, he was too interested in ultra modern achievements and forgot about himself fortunately not for long.

Whether you’re familiar with the style and with these works or you’re only beginning to explore Modernism and 20th century classical music, this is one of the very best albums of its kind and I could not recommend it more highly.


Concerto for Orchestra is already known and his more modernist and most famous work. Three Poems, however, belong to the composer’s most “avant-garde” period. Vivace Concerto for Orchestra: There is almost no traditional singing at all.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Because of its accessibility the concerto is Lutoslawski’s most-performed piece, and it is very entertaining. The disc packaging gets the movement order wrong in “Trois Poemes”. I must add for audiophiles that EMI engineers have brilliantly remastered the Ozawa recording to the extent that it’s sonic splendor exceeds many of their current Red Book CDs.

The music becomes louder and more chaotic as pizzicato plucked strings, scurrying figures in the piano, and jagged brass fanfares appear and build to a wild and noisy climax. Customers who viewed mmi item also viewed. Continue using the site as normal or read our Privacy Policy. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Capriccio notturno ed arioso by Antoni Wit.