Jerzy Bauer (born in 1936) is one of the leading Polish composers of the generation after Lutosławski and Panufnik. Since his son Andrzej is one of the leading cellists of the current generation, it is hardly surprising to find that music for cello figures prominently in his large output, its mild modernism showing a respectful engagement with the music of the past. And the second of his two cello concertos demonstrates that he is fully aware that the cello is the singing instrument par excellence.
Andrzej Bauer, cello Aukso Tychy Chamber Orchestra (Tracks 1–3) Marek Moś, conductor (Tracks 1–3) Jan Krzysztof Broja, piano (Tracks 4–9)
3 Primitivi (1987)* https://d3i77y9w5vf4up.cloudfront.net/TOCC0385/04.mp3
* First Recordings
Catalogue No: TOCC0385EAN/UPC: 5060113443854Release Date: 01.05.2017Composer: Jerzy Bauer Artists: Andrzej Bauer, Aukso Tychy Chamber Orchestra, Jan Krzysztof Broja, Marek Moś
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“A Polish modernist, but not a garrulous one, and certainly a fine craftsman.” –Music Web International, June 2017
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