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2 Chorale for Organ (2 Chorale Fantasies)

The first chorale’s form is based on Johann Sebastian Bach and Cesar Franck chorales and was dedicated to Andrzej Chorosiński, renowned Polish organist. It is a chorale fantasy exploiting a well known Polish Easter song titled Przez Twoje Święte Zmartwychpowstanie. The second chorale is a fantasy

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2 Preludes for Organ

The earliest organ compositions of the composer – 2 preludes – Andante espressivo and Non troppo lento. The original score manuscript of the preludium in Andante tempo has been misplaced. According to the composer it was published in one of the Feliks Raczkowski collections. From composer’s accounts

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Gothic Fantasy

The piece written on the occasion of  Milenium Chrztu Polski (1000th anniversary of Poland’s christening). It is a virtuoso piece in the form of chorale variations on the subject of the oldest Polish song Bogurodzica Dziewica. The piece presents a number of virtuoso and interpretation challenges. A wide

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Improvisation for organ

This is one movement piece with the three section internal structure. The first section has a homophonic texture, the second has a fugata form and the third with inverted form against the first one. The piece was published by PWM in 1977 together with Postludium.

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I Introduction

The piece was composed on the occasion of blessing the new organ in St. Zygmunt church in Bielany in Warsaw. The dominant technique of this one movement composition is polyphony.

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II Introduction

The piece was composed for the occasion of blessing of the new organ in the St. Ann church in Warsaw. The instrument was a gift from the Church of Austria on the 300th anniversary of Battle of Vienna. The piece was composed at the request of priest Zygmunt Malacki, rector of the church.

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Postlude for organ

One movement piece with two section internal structure. After the very short Adagio the piece unfolds into the main Allegro non troppo. The composition was published by PWM in 1977 together with Improvisation (1968).

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Prelude for Organ

This piece is based on Polish liturgical songs. It was published together with Toccata II (1975) by Agencja Autorska in Diptychos in 1982. Composition dedicated to the renowned organist Joachim Grubich.

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Small Prelude and Fugue No. 1

The piece was composed with the intention of enriching Polish organ literature. It is an organ miniature, a diptych with a closed form, where the composer applied both old and modern poliphonic and homophonic styles. This is another virtuoso piece. Published by PWM in 1995 as Three small preludes and fugue. Two chorale – for organ.

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Small Prelude and Fugue No. 2

The piece was composed with the intention of enriching Polish organ literature. It is an organ miniature, a diptych with a closed form, where the composer applied both old and modern poliphonic and homophonic styles. This is another virtuoso piece. Published by PWM in 1995 as Three small preludes and fugue. Two chorale – for organ.

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Small Prelude and Fugue No. 3

The piece was composed with the intention of enriching Polish organ literature. It is an organ miniature, a diptych with a closed form, where the composer applied both old and modern poliphonic and homophonic styles. This is another virtuoso piece. Published by PWM in 1995 as Three small preludes and fugue. Two chorale – for […]

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Sonata F# minor

The three movement piece has a modern style with a very rich harmonics and typical organ texture. A very precise setting of notes and rhythm corresponds with the classical style present in works of Brahms, Reger and Hindemith. At the same time the strong chromatisism of melody leads to connections with the late romantic style.

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Toccata for Solo Organ (Toccata I)

It is a virtuoso composition in one movement with the two part internal structure, dedicated to Polish organist and composer Feliks Rączkowski (1906-1989). It was published in 1974 by Agencja Autorska together with the Gothic Fantasy.

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II Toccata

The piece was composed at the request of organist Prof. Feliks Rączkowski with the intention for it to be a composition closing a recital. It was published with the Prelude for solo organ in 1982 as Diptychos.

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Triptych for Organ (Triptyhon)

This piece was composed in reply to the request of organist Józef Serafin for his concert in the Silberne Kapell in Hofkirche in Innsbruck (Silver Chapel in Court Church). No pedal or limited pedal use is assumed. The piece consists of three movements: Introduction, Meditation and