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1st National Competition of Young Music Talents named by Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz

On 11-12 May 2013 in Sierpc, the place where Taduesz Paciorkiewicz was born, the 1st National Competition of Young Musical Talents took place. It was organised by: – Centre of Art and Culture in Sierpc (Centrum Kultury i Sztuki im. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego w Sierpcu) and – State Music School in Sierpc (Państwową Szkołę Muzyczną […]

Duo Concertante for Organ and Piano

The composition was written to meet the demand of performing organists for a composition for organ and piano. This duo has a very rare instrumental composition where organ and not piano take a leading role. The form of the piece is in the middle between a sonata and a suite, with stylistic

Ave Regina Caelorum

The piece was composed at the request of musicology section at the Akademia Teologii Katolickiej on the 10th Anniversary of the academy Choir. The A-B-C structure uses Latin text of a Marian antiphon, which is sung between the holiday of the Presentation of Jesus in Temple and

Introit Protector Noster

This four voices song was composed at the commission of Warszawski Chór Międzyuczelniany in Warsaw. It has a form of motet and A-B-A’ structure and was written to illustrate liturgical texts from Roman Missal that are meant to be read on the XIV Sunday after the Pentecost.

Łodzianka – for 4 voice mixed choir

One piece movement for lyrics of revolutionary song from 1909. There is also transcription for 2 voice choir and for 3 voice choir. The author of the lyrics from 1909 is unknown. It commemorates 1905 strikes at the factories of Scheibler, Geyer and Poznański, which subsequently turned into riots leading to 2000 protesters killed and injured.

Łodzianka – for 3 voice mixed choir

One piece movement for lyrics of revolutionary song from 1909. There is also transcription for 2 voice choir and for 4 voice choir. The author of the lyrics from 1909 is unknown. It commemorates 1905 strikes at the factories of Scheibler, Geyer and Poznański, which subsequently turned into riots leading to 2000 protesters killed and injured.

Łodzianka – for 2 voice mixed choir

One movement piece with lyrics of revolutionary song from 1909. There is also transcription for 3 voice choir and for 4 voice choir. The author of the lyrics from 1909 is unknown. It commemorates 1905 strikes at the factories of Scheibler, Geyer and Poznański, which subsequently turned into riots leading to 2000 protesters killed and […]