Poles discover wartime violin concertomain
The composer Ludomir Różycki buried a violin concerto in a Warsaw garden before fleeing the city.
Builders discovered it as they worked on the house.
This week, the composer’s great-granddaughter Ewa Wyszogrodzka attended its premiere.
Kate Connolly has the story in the Guardian, with a clip of the music.
Here’s what we know of the composer (1883-1953).