Published in Bibliotka Organisty No. 2 in 1957.
This song is in the form of motet for four voice men’s choir.
This piece was composed at the commission of Państwowe Zakłady Wydawnictw Szkolnych for the guide Przewodnika dla prowadzącego chór w szkole podstawowej. It is a song for three voice mixed choir with lyrics by Konstanty Ildefons Gałczyński. It has simple texture and is aimed for highly skilled children’s choir.
The piece composed as a result of composer’s fascination with poems of Władysław Broniewski. Lyrics were taken from the lyrical poem titled Vistula (Wisła).
This composition is a song for three voice female choir or children’s choir with lyrics by Polish poet Julian Tuwim (1894-1953). It was written to meet the needs of the school choir lead by Mr. Zbigniew Soja in PPSM Nr 1 (state music school no. 1) in Warsaw.
The piece consists of three songs for four voice mixed choir and was composed at the commission of Warsaw Mixed Choir Surma (Warszawski Chór Mieszany Surma). Lyrics by three poets were used in the composition: Warszawo w mur potężna by Zygmunt Laukowski, Będziemy znowu mieszkać by
The song is based on the folk Kurpie song for choirs lead by the composer. It is an artistic arrangement of three folk songs from the collection of father Władysław Skierkowski titled Puszcza Kurpiowska w pieśni and published by Towarzystwo Naukowe Płockie in Płock in 1928. The internal
One movement song for two voices choir. It was also transcripted for 3 voice mixed choir and for 4 voice mixed choir.
One movement song for 3 voice mixed choir. It was also transcripted for 2 voices and for 4 voice mixed choir.
One movement song for 4 voices mixed choir. It was also transcripted for 2 voices and for 3 voice mixed choir.