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).
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
One movement piece for trumpet and organ.
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.
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
The composition was written at the request of composer’s son Artur Paciorkiewicz. It is built of three contrasting movements.
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.
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 […]
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.
This piece was dedicated to two violinists Mrs. Irena Dubiska and Mrs. Eugenia Umińska and was later transcripted as Sonata for Two Violas (1976).