09-05-2023 Events, Literature


The release of a new book is always an exciting event for those who love to read, and if you're a fan of classical music, you won't want to miss the latest addition to the literary world.

“Panufnik: Composing Myself” by Andrzej Panufnik is a memoir that takes readers on a journey through the life of this celebrated composer and conductor. In this deeply personal account, Panufnik shares his experiences as a musician, from his childhood in Poland to his career in London. Through his vivid and engaging prose, we learn about his struggles and triumphs, the joys and frustrations of his creative process, and the many talented musicians and artists he encountered along the way.

The good news is, you can get it now at a discounted price! Until May 28th, you can get 35% off the book when you use the promotion code BB151 at checkout. This is an incredible deal for a book that’s sure to become a classic in the world of classical music literature.

So don’t wait any longer – head over to https://toccataclassics.com/product/panufnik-composing-myself/ and get your copy of “Panufnik: Composing Myself” today. With its compelling insights into the life and work of one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, this book is sure to become a treasured addition to your library.

Check out three episodes available below providing insightful glimpses into the life story of Andrzej Panufnik as told in his autobiography.

Andrzej Panufnik “Composing Myself” Episode 1

Andrzej Panufnik “Composing Myself” Episode 2

Andrzej Panufnik “Composing Myself” Episode 3

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