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Zbigniew Bagiński, composer and teacher; b. 19th January 1949 in Szczecin. He studied composition with Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz in the State Higher School of Music in Warsaw (1967-71). Since 1989, he has taught composition in Warsaw’s Music Academy. Simultaneously he works in the State Higher School of Theatre Studies in Warsaw, and in 1973-74 he worked in the Catholic University of Lublin, Institute of Musicology.
Zbigniew Bagiński’s works have been performed in many countries throughout the world and received awards in composer competitions, including: an honourable mention in the Young Composers’ Competition of the Polish Composers’ UnionJourneys to the Other Side for flute, piano and tam-tam, 3rd prize in the International Competition for Composers in Kiev in 1992 for Threnody for symphony orchestra and mixed choir (1992), 1st prize in the Polish Composers’ Union’s 50th Anniversary Competition in 1995 for Small Elegiac Symphony (1995). In 1989-1999, he was secretary general of the Polish Composers’ Union.

kompozycje

Triptych for clarinet and piano * (1968)
Omar Chajjam’s Rubayats for baritone and instrumental ensemble (1971)
Miscellanea for piano (1972)
Symphonic music (1972)
Journeys to the Other Side for flute, piano and tam-tam * (1973)
Acho for organ (1974)
Refrain for two pianos * (1975)
Concerto 26 for chamber orchestra (1978)
Trio for violin, clarinet and cello * (1980)
Triad for symphony orchestra (1981)
Hawaiian Songs for 4 percussionists (1981)
Ricercar for two pianos * (1982)
Two Pieces with a Link for alto flute, clarinet, harpsichord and string quartet (1983)
Trio with a Coda. Hommage à Brahms for violin, cello and piano * (1983)
Menagerie or the Elephant’s Antics children’s musical with the composer’s own libretto after Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz (1983)
Solo, Duo, Trio for oboe, clarinet and bassoon * (1984)
Sinfonia notturna (1984)
Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra (1985)
Versus to an untitled text by Zbigniew Herbert for baritone and chamber ensemble (1985)
Oh, Sweet Baroque! suite for string orchestra * (1985)
Solo III for solo double-bass (1985)
String Quartet No. 2 (1986)
Credo for 7 performers (1986)
Double Variant for organ and percussion (1987)
Canons, Scherzos, Epigrams... for 13 (12) performers (1987)
G.P.P. for 7 for flute, violin, percussion and harpsichord (1987)
Symphony in seven scenes * (1988)
Inventores rerum for mixed a cappella choir (1988)
A. D. 1988 for piano * (1988)
Nocturne-Lullaby for 12 musicians (1989)
Piano Quartet * (1990)
Blanc et noir for guitar * (1990)
String Quartet No. 3 (1991)
Solo IV for cello * (1991)
Choreae vulgares “a piece for male voices (but not only)” to excerpts from Witold Gombrowicz’s Trans-Atlantic (1992)
Threnody for symphony orchestra and mixed choir (1992)
Mass for mixed a cappella choir (1993)
Small Elegiac Symphony * (1995)
Piano Concerto * (1995)
Concerto for cello and string orchestra (1995)
Bugle Call for the Royal Castle in Warsaw (1995)
Armide’s Garden for clarinet, horn and string quintet * (1996)
Cake-Walk Rondo for piano for four hands (1996)
Flute Quintet (1998)
Two Dances for string orchestra (1998)
Liber belli et pacis cantata for baritone, mixed choir and symphony orchestra (1999)
Three Pieces for string orchestra (2002)