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Little-known music of all eras => Coming broadcasts and listen-later links => Topic started by: Jolly Roger on March 22, 2013, 07:32:09 am



Title: Witold Maliszewski - Symphony No. 3 Swedish radio broadcast
Post by: Jolly Roger on March 22, 2013, 07:32:09 am
Witold Maliszewski - Symphony No. 3 in C minor.
Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Antoni Wit. From Polish radio
Swedish Radio P2 - 21 mars 2103 Musik mot midnatt

http://sverigesradio.se/sida/tabla.aspx?programid=2562&date=2013-03-21

A hybrid of Tchaikovsky and Miaskovsky, this Polish composer is derivative but charming.
A bit long-winded perhaps, but none the less it is certainly worth a listen.


Title: Re: Witold Maliszewski - Symphony No. 3 Swedish radio broadcast
Post by: Gauk on March 31, 2013, 01:56:06 pm
Closest to Miaskovsky, I would say. This is a dramatic piece with its heart on its sleeve. I found it really quite gripping.


Title: Re: Witold Maliszewski - Symphony No. 3 Swedish radio broadcast
Post by: Jolly Roger on April 02, 2013, 11:16:49 pm
Closest to Miaskovsky, I would say. This is a dramatic piece with its heart on its sleeve. I found it really quite gripping.

His first is made of the same cloth..I think it is posted in the unsung archives..


Title: Re: Witold Maliszewski - Symphony No. 3 Swedish radio broadcast
Post by: Jolly Roger on April 03, 2013, 04:25:21 am
Closest to Miaskovsky, I would say. This is a dramatic piece with its heart on its sleeve. I found it really quite gripping.

His first is made of the same cloth..I think it is posted in the unsung archives..

I verfied that it is posted there..