Wawrzyniec Jerzy Żuławski (14 February 1916 in Zakopane – 18 August 1957 in the Alps), also known as Wawa, was a Polish alpinist, educator, composer, music critic, and musicologist. He was a professor of Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Muzyczna in Warsaw. Żuławski was an initiator and organiser of Polish alpinism. During World War II he was a member of Armia Krajowa and was a soldier during the Warsaw Uprising.
Żuławski published music reviews in Ruch Muzyczny, Express Wieczorny, Nowa Kultura. He also composed orchestral, chamber, piano and vocal pieces.
- Cztery kolędy polskie, orchestral compositions, 1947
- Wierchowe nuty, vocal compositions for choir and violin solo, 1955
Żuławski was an author of several mountain-related books:
- Niebieski krzyż, 1946
- Sygnały ze skalnych ścian, 1954
- Tragedie tatrzańskie, 1956
- Skalne lato, 1957
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