Bacewicz, Graźyna (b Łódź, 1909; d Warsaw, 1969). Polish violinist and composer. Vn. pupil of Flesch. Taught at Łódź Cons. 1934–5, 1945; Warsaw Acad. of Mus. 1966–9. Wrote 4 syms., 7 vn. concs., 7 str. qts., 2 vc. concs., va. conc., pf. conc., 5 vn. sonatas, 2 pf. quintets, etc.
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