Four Dialogues PW5670 Tadeusz Baird Oboe and Chamber Orchestra PWM
''Four Dialogues'', from 1964, is scored for oboe and chamber orchestra comprised of 27 instrumentalists. The ''Dialogues'' were commissioned by German oboist Lothar Faber, and are also dedicated to him. In the works sound plane, the composer selects and combines timbres with unusual care, as well as with enormous taste and refinement. The intense, saturated tone and the essential role of sound expression bring this work closer to the Romantic tradition. According to the composers words, the title represents the best, sufficient commentary concerning the workís form. In 1966, for Four Dialogues, Tadeusz Baird received 1st Prize at the UNESCO IMC International Rostrum of Composers in Paris.