Emil Młynarski (1870 – 1935) was the founding father of Polish musical life in the 20th century. As the first conductor of the new Warsaw Philharmonic (1901), he became legendary as a conductor and teacher, and also as a composer and violinist. His two violin concertos have now been recorded by Piotr Pławner with the Artur Rubinstein Philharmonie Łodz (Młynarski also happened to be Rubinstein’s father-in-law). This is another of Piotr Pławner‘s tireless recording activity in favour of little-known but highly impressive treasures of the music of his Polish homeland. Available at:
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