Sir Simon Rattle on Witold Lutosławski
Sir Simon Rattle talks about Witold Lutosławski, who the conductor considers to be one of the most important symphonists of all time. The occasion was a performance by the Philharmoniker of the Third Symphony as part of the 2012 Musikfest Berlin.
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