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Halina Łukomska (born April 29, 1929 in Suchedniów, Poland, died August 30, 2016 in Kąty[disambiguation needed] near Warsaw, Poland) was a Polish soprano. She was married to composer Augustyn Bloch.
- Dimitri Terzakis:
- Pli selon pli (1969, Boulez, composer and conductor).
- Anton Webern: opp. 1–31 (soprano in most of the vocal works, along with Heather Harper.) (recordings made 1969-70, now reissued on Sony Classical.)
- Alban Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra; Chamber Concerto; Altenburg Lieder opus 4. (Released in 1968.)
- George Frideric Handel: Silete venti (on Harmonia Mundi, 1962)
- Karol Szymanowski: a collection of songs. (issued on CD in 1990)
- Johann Christian Bach: Confitebor tibi Domine, cantata for solo, choir, and orchestra (1759) (Harmonia Mundi LP, 1973)
- Witold Lutosławski: collected edition on EMI CD, including five songs. (EMI, 2004).
- "Halina Łukomska" (in Polish). Polish Composers' Union. 2003. Retrieved 2009-01-05.
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