Lutoslawski – Paganini variations for 2 pianos – Argerich, Kissin

“Lutosławski left Warsaw in July 1944 with his mother, merely a few days before the Warsaw Uprising, salvaging only a few scores and sketches—the rest of his music was lost during the complete destruction of the city by Germans after the fall of uprising, as were the family’s Drozdowo estates. Of the 200 or so arrangements that Lutosławski and Panufnik had worked on for their piano duo, only Lutosławski’s Paganini Variations survived.” Read more about the Polish composer Witold Roman Lutosławski ( 25 January 1913 – 7 February 1994). – Martha Argerich Wikipedia – Martha Argerich FacebookEvgeny Kissin WikipediaEvgeny Kissin Website