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Henryk Gorecki never had another success as huge as his haunting "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs."
November 12, 2010 The Polish composer enjoyed enormous success after a 1992 recording of his haunting Symphony No. 3 became a surprise hit around the world. Hear an interview with Gorecki and excerpts of his music.
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April 7, 2005 Founded in 1978, the Orchestra of St. Luke's has earned a reputation as one of America's foremost chamber orchestras. At Carnegie Hall, conductor David Zinman leads the ensemble in a program that contrasts the music of 20th-century Polish composer Henryk Gorecki with the 18th-century genius of Mozart.
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