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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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4 Compositions for Piano

The four compositions are titled as follows: Marsz kurpiowski, Kłopoty kurpianki, Taniec kurpiowski and Taneczny korowód. They were composed for educational purposes.

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4 Etudes for Double Sounds for Piano

Etudes have been composed for educational purposes. All of them are one movement pieces with internal structure leaning towards three section A-B-A. They have wide spectrum melodic style and each ends with virtuoso coda. The names of the pieces are: – Etiuda tercjowa – Allegro moderato – Etiuda tercjowa chromatyczna – Allegro – Etiuda sekstowa […]

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Adagio and Allegro

The piece was composed for the Karol Teutsch National Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra in Warsaw. In this two movement coposition composer draws on the traditional sonata form. The first movement is slow and contemplative with a dense and saturated sound.

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Andante Con Melancolia

This is one movement composition for violin and piano has no name other than its tempo. It was written during Christmas Holidays in Sobieszów near Jelenia Góra in December 1955.

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Andante Con Variazioni

This composition for violin and piano was written to meet educational needs of the violin 4th and 5th level at a music school. Individual variations are devoted to different technical problems that occur during a violin course.

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Andante for Violin and Organ

The piece was composed at the request of organist Prof. Mirosław Pietkiewicz. This is one movement composition with the character of elegy, which has deep musical form and also virtuoso elements in the lead part of violin. Organs have an assisting function however they also have solo and dialogue parts.

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Arabesque

This piano piece was composed for educational purposes. It is a one movement composition with a figurative melodic line, whole tone scale and variable tempo containing rhythmic triplet, free in form, moved simultaneous chords and chords without modulation.

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Aria for Viola and Organ

This one movement piece was composed at the commission of Organ Conversatory in Legnica. It was also transcripted for piano as Aria for Viola and Piano.

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4 Bagatelles for Piano

Four bagatelles for piano dedicated to renowned Polish pianist and hapsichord player Mrs. Julitta Sleńdzińska (1927-1992). Also known as Bagatelles.

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Caprice (Kittens)

This one movement piece for solo piano was composed for educational purposes between 1967 and 1977. It has broader tonality and variational internal shape. Originally titled Kittens (Kotki) it was published as Capriccio (Kaprys).

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Chamber Music for 2 Brass Quartets

Also known as Kammermusik für 2 Blechbleserquartette the composition consists of six contrasting movements. Main features are polyphony and dual-choir – constant correspondence between individual voices as well as the two quartets.

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Con Moto (1)

The piece for solo piano in one movement was composed for educational purposes. This piano accompaniment was composed for the lyrics of Hanna Lachertowa for educational purposes. It is one movement piece performed both by a teacher and a student during musical exercises. Composition was

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Con Moto (2)

The piece for solo piano in one movement was composed for educational purposes. This piano accompaniment was composed for the lyrics of Hanna Lachertowa for educational purposes. It is one movement piece performed both by a teacher and a student during musical exercises. Composition was

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Concerto Alla Barocco

This piece for harpsichord and a chamber orchestra  was commissioned by renowned Polish pianist and hapsichord player Mrs. Julitta Sleńdzińska (1927-1992). The form of the composition is going far from the classic structure and is similar to earlier concerti grossi. There are a lot of allusions and references typical for

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Concerto for Cello and Chamber Orchestra

This composition was commissioned by the cellist Andrzej Wrobel. It is three movement piece with contrasting narrative and ambience, which were achieved by diversified use of melodic, rhythm, harmony and counterpoint as well as colour specific to different instruments. The form of the composition is typical for the solo instrument with a chamber band.

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Concerto for Harp, Flute and String Band

The piece, also known as Concerto per arpa, flauto e archi, was commissioned by harpist Ariadna Tugaj from Rimsky Conservatory in Petrozavodsk. The three movement piece follows the formal order of a solo concert with orchestra. The applied form are frugal. Although the foreground parts belong to harp and flute, the role of orchestra is comparable.

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Concerto for Oboe and Symphony Orchestra

The piece was composed at the request of oboist Jerzy Kotyczka. It is virtuoso composition which has both demanding solo and symphonic elements with equal division between oboe and orchestra. The piece is built of three contrasting movements. The second version of this piece was written for oboe and wind band in 1987.

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Concerto for Trombone and Symphony Orchestra

This piece was composed at the commission of trombonist Juliusz Pietrachowicz. It consists of three contrasting movements. The first one draws on sonata allegro with two theme groups. The exposition is followed by the virtuoso solo cadence and the ending. The second movement is similar to

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Concerto for Trombone and Wind Band

The piece was written for the the jubilee concert organised by PWSM in Warsaw on the 30th anniversary of composer’s educational and composer work. The first movement draws on sonata allegro with two theme groups. The exposition is followed by the virtuoso solo cadence and the ending.

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Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra

Concerto was commissioned by two violinists Bogusław and Krzysztof Bruczkowski. The piece in three movements without solo cadence and with virtuoso texture, gives opportunity to show the mastery of both soloists in different parts and instrumental set ups. The orchestra part is separate, far from accompaniment

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Concerto for Viola and Orchestra

Also  known as Concerto for Viola. This composition was written for the composer’s son, viola player Artur Paciorkiewicz. It is a virtuoso cheerful three movement piece. The first movement – Allegro deciso – is based on two clearly contrasting theme groups. The second one has a regular three-part form.

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Concerto Music for Large Wind Band

The piece was written on the 40th Anniversary of the Polish Army Forces Representative Wind Band. It has overture form with elements of variation and allows for virtuoso performance of both specific instruments such as oboe, flute, clarinet, baritone horn, cor anglais, as well as of instrument groups e.g. horns, trombones and the orchestra.

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Dance

Short composition for piano written for educational purposes. It is one movement piece for piano with A-B-A structure, bitonal and with variational character.

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Dialogue

The piece was composed for educational purposes. It features frequent changes to dynamics from piano to mezzo-forte to forte and piano. As implied by the composition title a constant dialogue between a left and a right hand is present.

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Divertimento for Clarinet and Piano

The piece was written as part of composer’s plan to write a series of compositions for wind instruments in a cooperation with the Department of Wind Instruments at PWSM in Warsaw. The piece has three movements with the first and the third lively and joyful. The second movement has a melodious

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Divertimento for Clarinet and String Band

The piece was written as part of composer’s plan to write a series of compositions for wind instruments in a cooperation with the Department of Wind Instruments at PWSm in Warsaw. The piece has three movements with the first and the third lively and joyful.

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Elegy

Composition for trumpet and string band. The piece is an instrumental version of Music for Mezzo-soprano and Strings (1966).

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Flute Quintet

The piece was composed for the flute player Mrs. Elżbieta Gajewska and Wilanow Quartet in 1974. However personal changes in the Quartet delayed the work and it was finally finished in 1988. It is a composition in the sonata form with three contrasting movements.

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Forte-piano

It is a one movement piece performed both by a teacher and a student during musical exercises. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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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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Piano Quintet

This three movement composition with the form close to sonata was written for the Warsaw Piano Quintet. The movements are contrasting. The first one is a free form of sonata allegro and features thematic dualism, develpoment and reprise. The second movement has a peaceful character. Each repetition

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Hands Shifting

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes. It is played both by a teacher – accompaniment – and a student who plays melody while shifting his or her hands. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry […]

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Impressions for Solo Viola

The writing of this piece was inspired by and dedicated to composer’s son Artur. It is cyclical, four movements piece composed with the intention of giving the artist an opportunity for a rich expression based on the virtuoso skill set. Each of the movements was composed with contrast of all form elements at its base. […]

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Improvisation for Solo Harp

The piece was composed at the commission of harp player Prof. Janina Rzeszewicz, who introduced the composition into educational repertoire of higher music schools in Łódź and Warsaw. This is simple composition similar in form to rondo. Melodic and harmonic forms are diatonic and moderately modern.

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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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Krakowiak (I)

The piece composed for educational purposes. It is one movement composition in the form and tempo of Krakowiak dance (one of Polish national dances). Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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Krakowiak (Polish dance)

This is one movement piece in the form of rondo composed for educational purposes. It has a lively, sprightly character with frequent changes of melody between hands. Initially titled Arlequine Dance and Polish Dance, it was 10 bars longer.

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Kurpie Suite

Composition for chamber orchestra. The specific feature of this suite is its structure. Each of the movements reflect different elements of Kurpie wedding dances.

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March

Composition was written for educational purposes for piano for children. It is one movement piece with the A-B-A internal structure and inconsistent emotional form. It was published in 1968 by PWM in a collection Żabki i inne utwory dla dzieci na fortepian.

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March (1)

The piece was composed for educational purposes. This one movement short piece was arranged for piano for children to learn rhythm, metre and tempo, as part of rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by […]

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March (2)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (3)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (4)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (5)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be performed both by a teacher and a student. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (6)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (7)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (8)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. Composition was included in a school book Note, Sound, Key – the beginning of piano playing (Nuta. Dźwięk. Klawisz – Początki gry na fortepianie) published in 1979 by WSiP.

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March (I)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. There are two other versions of this composition in different scales.

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March (II)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. There are two other versions of this composition in different scales.

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March (III)

This one movement short piece for piano was composed for educational purposes to be used during rhythm-and-movement classes. There are two other versions of this composition in different scales.

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March No. 1 (9th May)

The piece was commissioned by Polish Army Forces Representative Band for the Liberation Day (9th May). Composer was presented with the Award of the Minister of Defence for this composition in 1978.

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March No. 2 (Parade March)

Composition for large wind band. The piece was commissioned by Polish Amy Forces Representative Band for the 35th Anniversary of Polish Armed Forces. Composer was presented with the Award of the Minister of Defence of the 2nd degree for this composition on 1978.

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Moderato Grazioso

It is one movement piece for piano and orchestra, easy to play and listen to.Formerly known as Allegretto Grazioso, this piece was commissioned by Polish conductor and composer Henryk Debich (1921-2001) for his son.

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Music for Harp, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon

The piece is composer’s tribute to French impressionists and has a lot of stylistic allusions referring to them. This composition was later transcripted for piano and five wind instruments as Music for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon (1972).

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I Piano Concerto (Polish)

The piece was written with educational needs in mind, to fill the gap between grand vituoso concertos of the past and contemporary modern and often too individualistic compositions. The piece has Polish folk elements and a classic concerto form. The first movement is built on two contrasting subjects with

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II Piano Concerto

This piano concert was composed specifically for a renowned Polish pianist Mr. Władysław Kędra (1918-1968), who performed the piece on numerous occasions in Poland and abroad. The piece has a classic piano concerto structure with many technically demanding elements,

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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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Quintet for Wind Instruments

This composition is a quintet for flute,oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon also known as Quintet for 5 Wind Instruments. It was dedicated to the composer’s professor, distinguished teacher and Polish composer Kazimierz Sikorski (1895-1986).

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Reed Trio

Five movement composition for oboe, clarinet and bassoon written at the commission of Mr. Benedykt Górecki, Head of Chamber Wind Instruments Class in PWSM in Warsaw. Contrasting tempo and texture is at the basis of creating emotion and narrative features in all movements with intermittent

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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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Small Suite for 4 Horns

Also known as Quartet for 4 French Horns. For this composition composer was presented with the Award of the Minister of Defence of the 3rd degree on 12 October 1974.

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Soldier’s Fantasy

This composition was commissioned by cellist and composer, Prof. Arnold Rezler (1909-2000), artistic director of the Polish Army Forces Representative Band. The piece is a simple sonata in form and is based on popular soldier songs Marsz Gwardii Ludowej and Oka. Harmonics as well as the melodic style of the Fantasy is tonal and

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Solemn Overture

The piece was composed for the International Festival of Wind Bands in Uster in Switzerland  in October 1977. Composer was presented with the Award of Minister of Defence of 2nd degree for this composition in 1978.

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Sonata F major for Violin and Piano

The piece was composed to meet stage requirements with virtuoso and spectacle elements. Formally follows traditional structure and consists of three contrasting movements. It has an interesting theme especially in a mysterious second movement and in passionate and fiery movement three. The voice of violin

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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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Sonata for Cello and Piano

A three movement piece in a traditional form. The first movement is a sonata allegro dialogue between the two instruments. The second is slowly and melodious with the A-B-A structure. The third movement has a form of rondo referring to a Balkan folk music.

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Sonata for Two Solo Violas

Initially composed for two violins as Sonatina for Two Solo Violins in 1955. This viola version is no different than the original but performed by the perfect fifth lower. The idea of performing the original sonatina on two violas was suggested by Artur Paciorkiewicz, composer’s son and it was recorded in Polish Radio in duo […]

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Sonatina for Bassoon and Piano

The piece was composed for the Competition of Stage and Chamber Music in 1953. Composer was presented with the 2nd Award. The piece was also transcripted as Concertino for Bassoon and Wind Band (1974) and for double base and piano by Tadeusz Pelczar as Allegro scherzando from Sonatina for Basson and Piano in 1976.

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Sonatina for piano

This is a four movements piece – Allegro / Andante espressivo / Alegretto scherzando / Allegro giocoso – in cyclical form. The fourth movement – Allegro giocoso – has a form of rondo with features of sonata allegro. This part is based on Polish national folk dances such as kujawiak and oberek. 

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Sonatina for Two Solo Violins

This piece was dedicated to two violinists Mrs. Irena Dubiska and Mrs. Eugenia Umińska and was later transcripted as Sonata for Two Violas (1976).

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I String Quartet

This is a three movement piece. The short and slow introduction in the first movement blends into sonata allegro – Allegro ben moderato – with the energetic, even impulsive first theme and lyrical second theme. Both themes are lead through all instruments in different registers, colours and harmonic background.

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II String Quartet

The piece was commissioned by and dedicated to Varsovia Quartet. At the request of band members it was written to meet their individual abilities and music styles. The form of the composition draws on the one exercised by the First Viennese School, Romantic music and such composers as Bartók, Ravel,

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I Symphony

As opposed to the classic four-part subject symphony construction, I Symphony has three movements. The first part is preceded with the slow introduction Lento sostenuto, played on cor anglais. The second part of Allegro has a folk character of Kurpie region.

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II Symphony

The symphony is composed of four movements performed together as parts I and II, and III and IV. The first movement – Lento molto – is an introduction with slow and mysterious character. The second movement – Allegro moderato – works as a main symphonic allegro. The third movement – Andante comodo – is a […]

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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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Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp

The piece was composed for the Warsaw Harp Trio: Mrs. Elżbieta Dastych – flute, Mr. Artur Paciorkiewicz – viola and Urszula Mazurek – harp. It is a virtuoso composition written for three equally treated instruments. It is composer’s tribute and expression of fascination with Baroque music, giving both the

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3 Pieces for Harp (Triptych)

These are three compositions for solo harp. The piece was first performed by harp player Mrs. Ariadna Tugaj from the Music Conservatory in Petrozavodsk, Russia.

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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

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Violin Concerto

The piece was composed for violin player Mrs. Wanda Wiłkomirska. The composition has a classical form and consists of three movements. The first – Allegro ma non troppo e molto maestoso – with virtuoso cadenza. The second – Lento molto – with A-B-A structure. The third –  Allegro appassionato – in rondo form.