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Works in detail


Alphabetical list of all compositions with detailed information.

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aaa TRE (1988) - for viola, cello, double bs
duration: ca 11 min.
date/place of composition: 21 November 1988
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 6 November 1989, Cracow: Musica “Centrum”: Krzyżanowski/Pyzik/
award: 2nd award - Composers’ Competition, Warsaw Branch - Polish Composers Union

Ad unum (1985) - for symphony orchestra
instrumentation: 3.3.3.3 - 4.3.3.1 - perc(4) - strings
duration: 16 min.
date/place of composition: April 1985, Warsaw.
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: September 1985, Groningen: Radio Symfonie Orkest Hilversum, David Porcelijn - cond.
award: 2nd award - European Cultural Foundation Young Composers’ Competition, Amsterdam, 1985
recordings: Polskie Nagrania Muza (SX 2457), Arston records (ALP 010)

Air (1991) - for ensemble
instrumentation: 1.0.1.0.asax.tsax - 1.3.2(+ lbtrb).0 - el bgtr - pf
duration: 12 min.
commission: Orkest de Volharding / Ansterdamse Kunststichting, The Netherlands
date/place of composition: 4 June 1991, Warsaw-Berlin
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 3 October 1991, Amsterdam: Orkest de Volharding, Jurje Hempel - cond
recording: volharding 009/Attacca Babel 9380

Arci (1986) - for percussion solo
duration: 13 min.
date/place of composition: 1986, Warsaw
commission: Stanisław Skoczyński
publisher: unpublished
premiere: 1986, Warsaw: Stanisław Skoczyński - percussion
recordings: Arston records ALP 010 (LP); Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003)

Arcus (1988) - for three percussionists
duration: 25 min.
date/place of composition: 23 March 1988, Brussels
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: February 1988, Herkulessaal, Munich: Cracow Percussion Group, Jan Pilch - cond.

Asjaawaa (2001) - for mezzo soprano, flute, harp, piano, percussion, electronics
text: Job 30:20-31 / Job 7:12-21 / Job 19:25,26,27 (Old Hebrew)
duration: 15 min.
date/place of composition: 2001, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: WireWorks / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 6 October 2001, Budapest: Ensemble WireWorks



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Blattinus (1996) - for saxophone quartet
duration: 15 min.
commission: Sirinks Saxophone Quartet / FST
dedication: for Sirinks Saxophone Quartet
date/place of composition: summer 1996, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: February 1997, De IJsbreker, Amsterdam

Brass No. 1 (2004) - for trumpet solo
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Marco Blaauw / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 14 April 2005, Soundstreams Canada, Glenn Gould Studio (CBC Broadcasting Centre) Toronto: Marco Blaauw - double bell trumpet
recording: HOT - Marco Blaauw, trumpet solo (BVHaast cd 0406)

Brass No. 2 (2005) - for horn and trumpet
duration: 9 min.
date/place of composition: 2005, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Marco Blaauw / FST
publisher: Donemus

Brass No. 3 (2005) - for horn solo or trumpet solo
duration: 9 min.
date/place of composition: 2005, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Marco Blaauw / FST
publisher: Donemus

Brass No. 4 (2007) - for tuba solo or other brass instrument
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 2007, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Marco Blaauw / FST
publisher: Donemus

Breathe (1987) - for string orchestra
instrumentation: 5.5.4.3.2
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 28 November 1987
publisher: PWM, Cracow
recording: Poznań: Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Agnieszka Duczmal - cond.
premiere: 1999, Druskininkai (LT): St.Christopher Chamber Orchestra, Donatas Katkus - cond.
award: 1st prize - Composers’ Competition, Warsaw Branch - Polish Composers Union, 1987



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Cadenza (1992) - for solo violin with delay
duration: 9 min.
date/place of composition: 15 December 1992, Arnhem
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1992, Studio S-1, Warsaw: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin

Cannon (1988) - for violin, piano
duration: 11 min.
date/place of composition: 10 May 1988, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1989, Warsaw: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin, Jarosław Kapuściński - piano
award: 3rd award - Composers’ Competition, Warsaw Branch - Polish Composers Union

Cembalo Uno
(2012) - for harpsichord solo
duration: 12 min.
commission: Performing Arts Fund NL
publisher: Donemus

Certus
(1997) - for chamber orchestra
duration: 15 min.
commission: ASKO Ensemble / FST
date/place of composition: 1997, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 9 December 1997, Paradiso Amsterdam: ASKO Ensemble, Stephan Asbury - cond.

A Cradle Song (1993) - for violin, cello, piano
duration: ca. 10 min.
commission: Conservatory of Music, Arnhem, The Netherlands
date/place of composition: 20 September 1993, Arnhem
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: May 1994, Munich Biennale: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin, Andrzej Bauer - cello, Paweł Kamasa - piano
recordings: Warsaw Autumn ’96, no. 2 (cass.); Varsovia Piano Trio (DUX 0537)

Crossing Lines (2001) - for violin, clarinet, piano
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 2001, Arnhem
commission: Bavarian State Opera
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 12 March 2002, Cuvilliés-Theater, Munich, Yameu Yu - violin, Werner Mittelbach - clarinet, Wolfram Rieger - piano (members of the Bavarian State Opera)



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Decimo (2000), for choir (six voices)
instrumentation: I Sopr., II Sopr., Alt., I Ten., II Ten., Bass.
text: Ave Maria
duration: 15 min.
date/place of composition: spring 2000, Arnhem
commission: Arnhem Choir Festival 2000, The Netherlands
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 2 June 2000, Eusebius Church, Arnhem: members of the Netherlands Chamber Choir

Decimo Forte (2010) - for choir and ensemble
text: Ave Maria
duration: 15 min.
date/place of composition: 2010, Arnhem/Warsaw
commission: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble, Nederlands Kamerkoor, NFPK+
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 12 January 2011, Laurenskerk, Rotterdam (NL), Asko|Schönberg + Nederlands Kamerkoor, Emilio Pomárico - conductor

Drive Blues (2000) - for piano solo
duration: 7 min.
date/place of composition: 2000, Arnhem
commission: Marcel Worms / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: February 2001, Amsterdam: Marcel Worms - piano
recordings: Warsaw Autumn 2001, CD No.5; More New Blues for Piano (NM Extra 98021); Red White & Blues (Attacca 27103)



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E for E (1991) - for harpsichord solo
duration: 7 min.
commission: Ministry of Culture and Arts, Poland
date/place of composition: 6 September 1991, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 26 September 1992, Warsaw Autumn Festival: Elżbieta Chojnacka - harpsichord
recording: Warsaw Autumn ’92, no. 6 (cass.); ‘Per Clavicembalo Moderno’ by Gośka Isphording (DUX 0605)

Elfen (1997) - ballet music for ensemble
duration: 21 min.
commission: Academy of Dance, Arnhem / FST
date/place of composition: 1997, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 28 May 1997, Arnhem (ballet by Isabelle van Grimden): ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recording: Warsaw Autumn 2003, no. 1

E-motions (2011) - accordion, string orchestra and percussion
duration: 24 min.
commission: Performing Arts Fund, NL
date/place of composition: 12 December 2011, Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 19 January 2013, Wrocław (PL)

Emotionsolo (2013) - for accordion solo
duration: 15 min.
commission: Performing Arts Fund, NL
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 15 November 2013, Warsaw: Eneasz Kubit – accordion



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A Few Minutes for Ereprijs (1992) - for ensemble
duration: 2 min.
date/place of composition: 1992, Warsaw
publisher: unpublished
premiere: April 1992, Arnhem: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.

Five for Five - String Quintet No 1 (2013)
duration: 15 min. 30 sec.
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 18 November 2013, Warsaw: Transemble

A Fifth Circle (1994) - for alto flute with delay
duration: ca. 10 min.
commission: Carine Levine / FST
date/place of composition: 1994, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 1994, Dresden, Dresdener Tage für Zeitgenossische Musik, Carine Levine - alto flute, Georg Hajdu - delay
recordings: Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003); The Flute Experience (Musicaphon m 55712)

Flute Concerto no. 1 (2001) - for flute (amplified, optional delay) and ensemble
duration: 20 min.
date/place of composition: 2001, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 10 May 2001, Arnhem: Anne LaBerge - flute, ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recording: cd ‘‘de ereprijs’’, 2002

A Fourth Circle (1994) - for violin (or viola/cello) and piano
duration: ca. 20 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 21 September 1994, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 1994, Odense New Music Festival, Denmark: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin, Aleksandra Krzanowska - piano
recording: Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003)



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G for G (2009) - for harpsichord solo
duration: 10 min.
commission: Goska Isphording, NFPK+
date/place of composition: 2009, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 14 August 2010: Procembalo 2010, First International Contemporary Harpsichord Festival, Parma (I): Goska Isphording

GG Concerto (2009) - for harpsichord and string orchestra
duration: 21 min.
commission:  “Leopoldinum”, NFPK+
date/place of composition: 2009, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 3 October 2010: Wrocław Philharmonic Concert Hall, Wrocław (PL): Goska Isphording - harpsichord, Wrocław Chamber Orchestra “Leopoldinum”, Ernst Kovacic - conductor

Going Up 1 (1995) - for violin, double bass
duration: 10 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 29 January 1995, Arnhem
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 7 May 1995, Museum, Munich: Frank Reinicke - violin, Helge Slaatto - double bass
recordings: Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003); Street Music, duo Slaatto Reinecke (Ambitus amb 96 882)

Going Up 2 (1995) - for ensemble
instrumentation: 1.0.1.0 - ssax.asax - 2.1.2.1 - perc - el gtr - el bgtr - pf
duration: ca. 10 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 1995, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 19 September 1995, Warsaw Autumn Festival: ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recordings: Going Up (klimop 007); Warsaw Autumn ’95, no. 2 (cass.)



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Harmonium (1999) - for harmonium solo
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 1999, Arnhem
commission: Dirk Luijmes / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: August 1999, Dirk Luijmes, harmonium
recordings: Warsaw Autumn 2000, no. 2; (Awfully) Nice Family (BVHaast cd 1301)

Hoffmanniana (2003) - opera in two acts
texts: Andrej Tarkovskij, E.T.A. Hoffmann
libretto: Erik Aufderheyde
duration: 126 min.
commission: Theater zum Westlichen Stadthirschen, Berlin / FST
publisher: Donemus



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Island (2006) - stage work for trumpet, voice, ensemble, tape
text: Robert Munsch
duration: 28 min.
date/place of composition: 2006, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / FST
publisher: Hanna Kulenty, Arnhem
premiere: 18 February 2006, Musica Polonica Nova 2006, Wroclaw, Poland: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Marco Blaauw - trumpet, acting



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Kisses & Crosses (2007) - for piano and percussion
duration: 15 min.
date/place of composition: 2007, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Frank Peters, Arnold Marinussen / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 18 January 2008, Korzo Theatr, The Hague: Frank Peters - piano, Arnold Marinussen - percussion



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Lost & Found – twenty five (2008) - ballet music for ensemble and tape
duration: 92 min.
date/place of composition: 2008, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / NFPK+
publisher: Donemus, Arnhem
premiere: 7 November 2008. Cadance Festival in Spui Theater The Hague (NL):
The music was used in the dance/music theater work ‘Lost & Found’ by dance and music theatre company ‘Bollwerk’
Choreography - Andrea Boll; Text - Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Andrea Boll; Stage design - Roos van Geffen; Light design - Andre Pronk; Dramaturgy - Frank Kaufmann
Music performed by orkest ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
Dancers: Andrea Beugger, Jaakko Toivonen, Peter Kadar, Audry Borthayre, Manon Avermaete, Oscar Kelsang Padrosa Alzamora

Lysanxia (1994) - for gamelan, tape
duration: 15 min.
commission: Gending Ensemble, Utrecht / FST
date/place of composition: January 1994, Amsterdam
publisher: Donemus
premiere: October 1994, Enschede, The Netherlands: Gending Ensemble



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Mezzo Tango (2004) - for brass band
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 6 November 2004, Theater De Reggehof, Goor: Combined fanfare orch TKBW-FKKL, Cpt. Jan Nellestijn - cond.
recording: New Life|Live on Stage (Q Disk Q 97064)

Mezzo Tango 2 (2005) - for ensemble
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 12 November 2005, Generacje VI, Witold Lutoslawski Polish Radio Concert Studio, Warsaw: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.

MM-blues (1999) - for two pianos and two percussions
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition: 1999, Arnhem
commission: Polish Radio 2, Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 7 June 2000, Warsaw, Polish Radio 2: Hammerhead Consort

The Mother of Black-Winged Dreams (1995) - opera in one act
instrumentation: 3 sopranos, 2 actresses, bass-baritone; fl.cl - perc.pf - vln.vc.db - tape
libretto: Paul Goodman
duration: ca. 90 min.
commission: Munich Biennale
date/place of composition: 29 September 1995, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 9 December 1996, Munich Biennale: Members of the Philharmonic State Orchestra of Hamburg, Paul Weigold - cond.
Claus Guth - director, Christian Schmidt, stage design

Music for Roy (2010) - for mixed choir and chamber orchestra
duration: 9 min.
date/place of composition: 2010, Arnhem/Warsaw
commission: Dr. Watkins Film Studio, Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
recording: 7 December 2010, Wrocław: Wrocław Philharmonic Choir
Wrocław Chamber Orchestra “Leopoldinum”, Ernst Kovacic – conductor




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One by One (1988) - for marimba solo
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition: spring 1988, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 26 January 1992, Paris (Présences 1992 Festival, Radio France): Pascal Zavaro - marimba solo



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Part One (1998) - for orchestra
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 1998, Arnhem
commission: Het Gelders Orkest / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 28 April 2000, Arnhem: Het Gelders Orkest, Lauwrence van Rennes - cond.

Passacaglia (1992) - for chamber orchestra
instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 - 1.1.1.0 - perc - hp - pf - 1.1.1.1
duration: 10 min.
commission: Tage der Zeitgenössische Musik, Dresden
date/place of composition: spring 1992, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: October 1993, Dresden
In April 2004 Łukasz Borowicz conducted the Bamberger Symphoniker and was awarded the Special Prize of the Alice Rosner Foundation, Montreaux ‘for the best interpretation of a contemporary piece’ at the 1st International Mahler Conducting Competition

Perpetuus (1989) - for ensemble
instrumentation: 1.0.1.0 - asax(2) - 2.1.2.1 - perc - el gtr - el bgtr - pf
duration: ca. 11 min.
commission: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’
date/place of composition: 2 February 1989, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 20 October 1989, Arnhem: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recording: klimop 003

Piano Concerto No. 1 (1990) - for piano, ensemble
instrumentation: 1.0.1.0 - ssax.asax - 2.1.2.1 - perc - 2el gtr - el bgtr - pf
duration: 18 min.
commission: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / FST
date/place of composition: 28 March 1990, Warsaw-Amsterdam
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 11 October 1990, Arnhem (Passage Oost-Europa, Music Festival): Jarosław Kapuściński - piano, ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recording: klimop 003

Piano Concerto No. 2 (1991) - for piano, orchestra
instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 - 4.2.2.1 - perc - pf - 12.12.8.6.4
duration: 33 min.
date/place of composition: April 1991, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 23 May 1992, Warsaw (ICSM World Music Days): Andrew Ball - piano, Jaroslaw Siwiński - piano, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw, Yves Prin - cond.

Piano Concerto No. 3 (2003) - for piano, orchestra
duration: 25 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 22 February 2004, opening concert of Musica Polonica Nova, Wroclaw, Poland: Frank Peters - piano, National Radio Symphony Orchestra - Katowice, Rinato Rivolta - cond.

Postcard from Europe (2004) - for ensemble
duration: 6 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Gemeente Apeldoorn, The Netherlands
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 11 September 2004, on the inner court of Huis der Provincie, Arnhem: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.

Preludium and Psalm (2007) - for harmonium solo or another keyboard instrument solo
duration: 2 min.
date/place of composition: 2007, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Dirk Luijmes / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 23 February 2007, Lutherse Kerk, Nijmegen: Dirk Luijmes - harmonium

Preludium, Postludium and Psalm (2007) - for cello and accordion
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 2007, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Internationaal Kamermuziekfestival Schiermonnikoog
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 9 October 2007: Jan Skopowski - cello, Eneasz Kubit - accordeon

Prośba o Słońce (Request for the Sun) (1984) - electroacoustic tape
duration: 7 min.
date/place of composition: May 1983, Electronic Music Studio, Academy of Music, Cracow
premiere: July 1984, Darmstadt

Przypowieść o ziarnie (Parable on grain) - monodrama (1985)
instrumentation: contra-alto, flute, violin, double bass, percussion and tape
text: Sylvia Plath’s poem Three Women (Polish translation)
duration: 35 min.
date/place of composition: 1984, Warsaw, Cracow (tape)
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1985, Warsaw
award: Awarded at the One Actor's Theatre Festival in Torun in 1985



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Quatro (1986) - for chamber orchestra
instrumentation: 2.1.1.1 - 1.0.0 - perc(2) - 6.5.4.3.2
duration: 18 min.
date/place of composition: February 1986, Warsaw
publisher: unpublished

Quinto (1986) - for two pianos
duration: 10 min.
date/place of composition: 24 November 1986, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: September 1987, Warsaw Autumn Festival: Szabolcs Esztényi, Jerzy Witkowski - pianos
award: 1st award - Composers’ Competition, Warsaw Branch - Polish Composers Union, 1986
recording: Polskie Nagrania Muza (SX 2580)



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Rainbow 3 (2003) - for piano and two wind instruments
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Kaida Trio / Stichting Vrouw en Muziek, The Netherlands
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 20-2-2004 Korzo Theater, Den Haag: Kaida Trio (Karina Erhard - flutes, Fie Schouten - bass clarinet, Nora Mulder - piano)
recording: Warsaw Autumn 2004, no. 2

Rapidus (1998) - for saxophone quartet
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition: 10 August 1998, Arnhem
commission: FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 5 September 1998, Utrecht: Aurelia Saxofoon Kwartet

Ride (1987) - for six percussionists
duration: 20 min.
date/place of composition: spring 1987, Warsaw-Brussels
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: June 1987, Warsaw: Warsaw Percussion Group, Stanisław Skoczyński - cond.
award: 2nd award - Young Composers’ Competition, Polish Composers Union, 1987
recording: Polskie Nagrania Muza (SX 2741)

Run (2004) - for flute and piano
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition: 2003, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Eleonore Pameijer, Marcel Worms / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 5 November 2004, ‘Zes Continenten Project, Derde Ronde’, Amstelkerk, Amsterdam: Eleonore Pameijer - flute, Marcel Worms - piano



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Saxophone Concerto No. 1 (2015) - for saxophone and symphony orchestra
date/place of composition: 2015, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 22 April 2016, Warsaw (PL): Alina Mleczko - saxophone; Warsaw Philharmonic, Michał Dworzyński - conductor

Sesto
(1985) - for piano solo
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition: October 1985, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1986, Warsaw: Jarosław Kapuściński - piano
recording: Arston records ALP 010 (LP); Warsaw Autumn ’98, No.5 (cass.)

Sierra (1996) - for violin, cello
duration: ca. 11 min.
commission: Munich Biennale
date/place of composition: July 1996, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 11 December 1996, Munich Biennale: members of the Leopold Quartet

Siesta  (2016) for violin, cello and trumpet
duration: ca. 5 min.
date/place of composition: 2016, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 20 September 2016, Warsaw: Kaja Majoor (violin), Dominika Kaczmarczyk (cello), Piotr Majoor (trumpet). During Warsaw Autumn. Concert of the Polish Composers’ Union’s – Warsaw Branch from the cycle “Musical Seasons – Autumn”, Evangelical Reformed Church, Warsaw (PL)

Sinequan
(1993) - for cello solo with optional delay
duration: 6 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 5 September 1993, Arnhem
publisher: PWM, Cracow

Sinequan (rev. 1993) - for cello solo with delay
duration: ca. 7 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 5 October 1993
publisher: Donemus
premiere: November 1993, National Philharmonic Hall, Warsaw: Andrzej Bauer - cello

Sinequan Forte A (1994) - for amplified cello with delay, orchestra
instrumentation: 4.4.4.4 - 6.4.4.1 - perc(3) - pf - 16.14.12.10.8
duration: ca. 17 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 14 June 1994, Amsterdam
publisher: Donemus

Sinequan Forte B (1994) - for amplified cello with delay, chamber orchestra
duration: 17 min.
commission: Radio Kamer Orkest / FST
date/place of composition: 1994, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 26 May 1996, Hilversum (Dutch Radio): Michael Müller - cello, Radio Kamer Orkest, Peter Eötvös - cond.
recording: Warsaw Autumn 1999, CD No.2

A Sixth Circle (1995) - for trumpet, piano
duration: c. 15 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 19 January 1995, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 4 April 1998, Los Angeles: Tal Bar-Niv - trumpet, Sergei Silvansky - piano
recording: Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003)

Smokey Eyes (2013) - for double trio
instrumentation:  two pianos, saxophone, flute, and two drumkits
duration: 20 min.
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 16 November 2013, London (London Jazz Festival): 'Noszferatu' and
'Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio'
This work was commissioned by the Third Ear Music and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute as part of the Polska Music programme, written for Noszferatu and the Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio.

Smokey One (2016) - for piano solo
duration: 7 min.
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 6 October 2016, Bydgoszcz: Hanna Kulenty (piano).

Smokey White (2016) - for piano quintet
duration: 15 min.
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 27 August 2016, Lusławice (PL): Ensemble "Surrealistic Five" (Maria Machowska - violin; Michał Szałach - violin; Artur Rozmysłowicz - viola; Filip Syska - cello; Bartłomiej Wezner - piano

Souvenir from a Sanatorium
(1988) - computer music
instrumentation: Macintosh computer, Yamaha TX816, Yamaha KX88, Synclavier
duration: 9 min.
date/place of composition: September 1988, Parczew, Poland
publisher: not published
premiere: September 1988, Parczew (PTMW Summer Course for Young Composers)

Still Life with a Cello (1993) - for cello solo
duration: 4 min.
commission: Schleswig-Holstein Festival
date/place of composition: spring 1993, Arnhem
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1993, Schleswig-Holstein Festival: Andrzej Bauer - cello
recorded: 10 Nov. 1993, PWM Concert Hall, Warsaw

Still Life with a Violin (1985) - for violin solo
duration: 4 min.
commission: National Museum, Warsaw
date/place of composition: May 1985, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 20 June 1985, Vernisage of the National Museum, Warsaw: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin

Stretto (1998) - for flute, clarinet, cello, guitar
duration: 8 min.
date/place of composition:1998, Arnhem
commission: Warsaw Autumn / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 1998, Warsaw Autumn Festival: Mikael Helasvuo - flute, Kari Kriikku - clarinet, Jukka Savijoki - guitar, Anssi Karttunen - cello
recordings: Warsaw Autumn ’98, no. 5; Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003)

String Quartet no. 1 (1984)
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 1984, Warsaw
commission: Ministry of Culture and Arts, Poland
publisher: PWM, Cracow

String Quartet No. 2 (1990)
duration: 12 min.
commission: Ministry of Culture and Arts, Poland / Huddersfield Festival, England
date/place of composition: 17 June 1990, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 1 December 1990, Huddersfield Festival: Balanescu String Quartet

String Quartet No. 3 - Tell me about it (2007)
duration: 7 min.
date/place of composition: 2006, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Zephyr Quartet / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 7 November 2008, ‘Québec — Pays-Bas’, Salle Tanna Schulich — Université McGill, Montréal, Québec (CA): Quatuor Bozzini, Clemens Merkel (violin), Nadia Francavilla (violin), Stéphanie Bozzini (viola), Isabelle Bozzini (cello)

String Quartet No. 4 (A Cradle Song) (2007)
duration: 16 min.
date/place of composition: 2007, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Mrs. Ralph I. Dorfman for the Kronos Quartet, NFPK+
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 3 September 2008, Ravinia Festival 2008, Martin Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois (USA): Kronos Quartet: Hank Dutt (viola), David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Jeffrey Zeigler (cello)

String Quartet No. 5 (2011)
duration: 12 min.
date/place of composition: 2011, Warsaw
commission: Kronos Quartet, NFPK+
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 19 May 2012, Rotterdam (NL): Kronos Quartet

String Quartet No. 6 (2014)
duration: 18 min.
date/place of composition: October 2014, Arnhem/Warsaw
commission: De Doelen Rotterdam/Wigmore Hall London
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 27 June 2015, London (UK): Leipzig String Quartet

Sugar-Fela Tango (2009) - for piano and four instruments
duration: 5 min.
date/place of composition: 4 February 2009, Arnhem
commission: CoMA (UK)
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 2 May 2009, During Sounds New Festival 2009 - Polish Connections, St. Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury (UK): CoMA ensemble

Symphony no. 1 (1986) - for symphony orchestra
instrumentation: 3.3.3.3 - 4.3.3.1 - perc(4-6) - strings
duration: 16 min.
date/place of composition: 1986, Warsaw-Brussels
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 22 September 1989, Warsaw Autumn Festival: Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam - cond.

Symphony No. 2 (1987) - for large orchestra, mixed choir
instrumentation: 4(8) * SSAATTBB; 4.4.4.4 - 6.4.4.1 - perc(6) - 16.14.12.10.8
text: Spinoza Ethics (first 15 Propositions)
duration: 16 min.
commission: Sender Freies Berlin
date/place of composition: 25 July 1987
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 26 May 1989, Berlin: SFB Radio Orchestra, Peter Hirsch - cond.

Symphony no. 3 (2000) - for symphony orchestra
duration: ca. 40 min.
date/place of composition: 2000, Arnhem
commission: Het Gelders Orkest / FST
publisher: Donemus



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Tell me about it 1 (2006) - for clarinet, cello, trombone and piano
duration: 7 min.
date/place of composition: 2006, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Nostrom Trio
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 13 December 2007, Warsaw: Paweł Mykietyn - clarinet, Andrzej Bauer - cello, Mike Svoboda - trombone, Jan Krzysztof Broja - piano

Tell me about it 2 (2006) - for bass clarinet, cello, trombone and double bas
duration: 2 min.
date/place of composition: 2006, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Warsaw Autumn Festival
publisher: not published
premiere: 27 September 2006, Warsaw Autumn Festival, ‘Koneser’ Vodka Distillers: used as ‘live sample’ in the composition ‘Alsamples’ from Jacek Kochan.

A Third Circle (1996) - for piano solo
duration: 8 min.
commission: Kees Wieringa / FST
date/place of composition:1996, Warsaw-Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: December 1996: Kees Wieringa - piano
recording: Arcs & Circles (Frau Musica 003)

Three Minutes for the Double Bass (1983) - for double bass solo
duration: ca. 3 min.
date/place of composition: September 1983, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: July 1984, Darmstadt: Tadeusz Wielecki - double bass

Trigon (1989) - for chamber orchestra
instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 - 1.1.1.0 - perc(3) - hp - pf - 1.1.1.1.1
duration: 13 min.
commission: Rotterdamse Kunststichting
date/place of composition: 30 June 1989, Warsaw
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 29 November 1989, Rotterdam: gROep 20, Ernst van Tiel - cond.

Trumpet Concerto No. 1 (2002) - for trumpet and symphony orchestra
duration: 25 min.
date/place of composition: 2002, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Polish Radio 2 / FST
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 3 March 2003: Katowice: Marco Blaauw - trumpet, National Radio
Symphony Orchestra, Ronald Zolman - cond.
recording: Warsaw Autumn 2003, no. 1

Trumpet Concerto No. 3 (2014) - trumpet solo and symphony orchestra
duration: 23 min.
date/place of composition: 31-07-2014, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 17 April 2015: Katowice: Marco Blaauw - trumpet, National Radio
Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Humala - cond.
recording: National Radio Symphony Orchestra

Twenty-five (2010) - for symphony orchestra
duration: 22 min.
date/place of composition: 2010, Warsaw-Arnhem
commission: Warsaw Autumn Festival
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 21 September 2010: Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio, Warsaw: Iuventus Orchestra, René Gulikers - cond.



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VAN... (2014) - for piano four hands (or two pianos)
duration: 5:30 min.
commission: Written at the request of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Warsaw on the occasion of the State Visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.
date/place of composition: 2014, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher:
Donemus
premiere: 20 September 2014, Piotr Kopczyński, Julia Samojło - piano 
during Warsaw Autumn Festival 2014, Imka Theatre, Warsaw (PL)

Viola Concerto No. 1 (2015) - for viola and symphony orchestra
commission: De Doelen, Rotterdam
date/place of composition: 2015, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 13 May 2016, Rotterdam (NL): Geneviève Strosser (viola), Residentie Orkest, Otto Tausk - cond.

Viola-Viva
(2013) - for viola and chamber orchestra
duration: 12 min.
commission: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble, Performing Arts Fund NL
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 5 March 2014, Rotterdam (NL): Geneviève Strosser (viola), Asko|Schönberg Ensemble

Violin Concerto No. 1 (1992) - version for violin, ensemble
instrumentation: 1.0.1.0 - ssax asax - 1.2.2.1 - perc - el gtr - el bgtr - pf
duration: ca. 25 min.
commission: ensemble ‘de ereprijs’ / School of Dance CNDO
date/place of composition: 1992, Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: November 1992, Arnhem (ballet by Tony Thatcher): Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin, ensemble ‘de ereprijs’, Wim Boerman - cond.
recording: klimop 005

Violin Concerto No. 1 (1993) - version for violin with delay, symphony orchestra
instrumentation: 3.3.3.3 - 4.3.3.1 - perc - hp - pf - 16.14.10.8.6
duration: ca. 30 min.
commission: FST
dedication: to Misia
date/place of composition: 15 July 1993
publisher: PWM, Cracow
premiere: 18 September 1994, Warsaw Autumn Festival: Krzysztof Bąkowski - violin, National Radio Symphony Orchestra - Katowice, Antoni Wit - cond.
recording: Warsaw Autumn ’94, no. 1 (cass.)

Violin Concerto No. 2 (1996) - for violin, orchestra
instrumentation: 4.4.4.4 - 6.4.4.1 - perc(4) - hp - pf - 16.14.12.10.8
duration: 38 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 27 April 1996, Arnhem-Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 7 June 2000, Arnhem: Isabelle van Keulen - violin, Het Gelders Orkest - Arnhem, Jurjen Hempel - cond.



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Waiting for… (1997) - for voice, piano
text: From: The Times, 1 and 11 July 1997
duration: 7 min.
commission: FST
date/place of composition: 1997, Arnhem
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 21 November 1997, Amsterdam: Lieuwe Visser - voice, Robert Nasveld - piano

Walc in A (2009) - for piano

Walc z Lost & Found - twenty five (2008) - for piano and trumpet

When the morning light starts glowing  (2016) for string orchestra 
duration: 15 min.
commission:  Związek Kompozytorów Polskich (ZKP)
date/place of composition: 2016, Arnhem/Warsaw
publisher: Donemus
premiere: 10 May 2017: Baltic Neopolis Orchestra, Emanuel Salvador - conductor: Studio Koncertowe Polskiego Radia im. Witolda Lutosławskiego, Warsaw (PL). During ‘31. Warszawskie Spotkania Muzyczne’.

FST = Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst, The Netherlands
NFPK+ = Nederlands Fonds voor Podiumkunsten
PWM = Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne