Changes are you haven’t heard of Ludomir Różycki (1883-1953). He is forgotten not because he wrote inferior music, but because of the simple fact that there’s too much repertoire to discover in one’s lifetime, plus concert halls tend to present the same well-known works. For those looking for something new, Różycki offers a fascinating and rewarding world waiting to be discovered. This Polish composer wrote concertos for the super-virtuosos, scattering tunes, harmonies and brilliant orchestrations all over every page. No need to go into detail, because lovers of Hyperion’s Romantic Piano Concertos series will snap up this 67th volume by reflex. Those new to the series will be won over when they hear the formidable Jonathan Plowright tackle these original compositions.