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A Peasant, a Fox and a Dog

The piece was composed for the band Capella Bydgostiensis, performing in Filharmonia Pomorska im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego (Pomeranian Philharmonic) in Bydgoszcz. The composition is in a form of small cantata with lyrics from a fable by Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695) in translation by


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.


Concerto for Oboe and Wind Band

This concerto is a transcription for a wind band of an earlier composition for symphony orchestra. It is a virtuoso piece with a balanced oboe voice and the orchestra.


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.


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).


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).


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