Special concerto to commemorate 100th anniversary of the composer’s birthday will take place in Sierpc on the 15th October 2016:
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On 12 July 2015, Sinfonia Varsovia played a concerto in commemoration of Tadeusz Paciorkieiwicz in its headquarters at the Grochowska 272 street in Warsaw. The following chamber orchestra compositions where performed: – Permuttions for solo flute – performed by Andrzej Krzyżanowski – Improvisation for solo harp – performed by Joanna Liberadzka – Impressions for solo viola (3rd) – performed by Artur Paciorkiewicz – […]
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
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.
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
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.
This is a virtuoso piece for a soloist with the standalone orchestra part. The virtuoso trumpet cadenza is in the first movement.
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
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.
The piece was composed for viola player Artur Paciorkiewicz (composer’s son) and organist Joachim Grubich.
This is virtuoso, three movement piece regarded by pianist as sonata. It was named sonatina by the composer because of subject and formal development. The form is cyclical with wide melodic.
The piece was composed at the request of clarinet player Prof. Ludwik Kurkiewicz. The second version is a transcription for viola – Concerto Duo for Viola and Piano (1974).
The piece was dedicated to the composer’s son. The first version was composed for clarinet in 1973 – Concerto Duo for Clarinet and Piano.
This composition was commissioned by Organ Conversatorium in Legnica. Composer allows for performance with string quintet instead of orchestra. The form of the composition draws on the best examples of solo concerto with orchestra.
The archetype of this composition is Duo Concertante for organ and piano from 1962. The second version is a transcript for organ and wind band written in 1975.
This version of the concerto was written for the concert dedicated to the staff and families of the Warsaw Garrison, that took place on 5 May 1976. The earlier version of the piece for symphony orchestra was composed in 1967.
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
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,
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.