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.
This piece was written for composer’s graduation diploma.
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 is a transcription of the fragment of Gdańsk Romance opera – Polonez dance (Polonez is one of five Polish national dances) – written for the Polish Army Forces Representative Band.
A cheerful and jolly one movement piece for piano and orchestra.
The piece was composed for the Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio in Łódź and is the archetype of the piano version of this piece – Small Polish Triptych for piano.
This composition was commissioned by cellist and composer, Prof. Arnold Rezler (1909-2000), artistic director of the Polish Army Forces Representative Band. The piece is a simple sonata in form and is based on popular soldier songs Marsz Gwardii Ludowej and Oka. Harmonics as well as the melodic style of the Fantasy is tonal and
The piece was composed for the International Festival of Wind Bands in Uster in Switzerland in October 1977. Composer was presented with the Award of Minister of Defence of 2nd degree for this composition in 1978.
This piece is a transcription of Suite from the ballet Legend of Warsaw for the wind band, and was commissioned by the Polish Army Forces Representative Band.