Rudziński, Witold (b Siebiez, Lithuania, 1913). Polish composer. Taught at Vilna Cons. 1939–42 and Lódź Cons. 1945–7. Cond. Warsaw Opera and PO 1948–9. Prof., Warsaw Acad. of Mus. from 1957. Author of books on Bartók (1964) and ed. of letters of Moniuszko (1954–70). Works incl. operas, oratorios, 2 syms., pf. concs., chamber mus.
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