Grażyna Bacewicz first studied philosophy, then composition, violin and piano in Warszawa. She was considered a master of orchestration and one of the most important representatives of contemporary Polish music. In addition, she also wrote novels and short stories.
Bacewicz composed one radio opera (Przygoda Krola Artura, 1959), three ballets, six symphonies and other orchestral works, several concertos, numerous chamber works, songs and a cantata.
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