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Witold Lutoslawski (Volume 3) : Œuvres orchestrales

Paul Watkins - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner

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Little Suite (Witold Lutoslawski)

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Little Suite: I. Fujarka (Piccolo) 00:02:44

BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Little Suite: II. Hurra Polka 00:01:33

BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Little Suite: III. Piosenka (Song) 00:02:50

BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Little Suite: IV. Tanice (Dance) 00:03:14

BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Cello Concerto (Witold Lutoslawski)

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Introduction - 00:04:14

Paul Watkins, cello - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Cello Concerto: 4 Episodes - 00:07:34

Paul Watkins, cello - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Cello Concerto: Cantilena - 00:06:27

Paul Watkins, cello - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Cello Concerto: Finale 00:05:45

Paul Watkins, cello - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Grave (version for cello and string orchestra) (Witold Lutoslawski)

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Grave (version for cello and string orchestra) 00:05:46

Paul Watkins, cello - BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Symphony No. 2 (Witold Lutoslawski)

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Symphony No. 2: I. Hesitant - 00:14:30

BBC Symphony Orchestra - Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Symphony No. 2: II. Direct 00:15:21

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