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.
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. Read more
These are dialogues for organ and harp in one piece composed at the commission of Organ Conservatory in Legnica.
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).
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 Read more
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.