HEADS TOWARDS SHINING LIGHT
Composer Penderecki, whose first name is enough to gave a DDP host a panic attack trying to spell, has died after a long period of ill health. A unique pick for regulars Bucket of Blood, who assumedly are regular readers of Slipped Disc. Penderecki’s work was regular used in films, such as The Exorcist, Twin Peaks and rather famously The Shining. He won awards across Europe, include the Sibelius Prize, an Emmy,, a Grammy and the Cannes Classical Award for Living Composer, back in 2000 when he was not yet dead.
23 November 1933 – 29 March 2020