Rondeau (2017)
For string orchestra and fender Rhodes
13'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 26th March 2017, NOSPR Concert Hall, Katowice/Poland. Performers: Piotr Orzechowski - piano Rhodes, AUKSO Chamber Orchestra, Marek Moś - conductor. 
Commisioned by: NOSPR, IMIT

Exodus 2016 
For chamber orchestra
1.1.1.1. - 2perc., piano, archi: 1.1.1.0.
9'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 22nd October 2016, Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb/Croatia. Performers: Cantus Ensemble, Zagreb Soloists.
Commisioned by: Cantus Ensemble, Zagreb

Apollinaire's Poem (2016)
For riciting pianist and optional melodic 12 instruments
14'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 26 June 2016, Warsaw, Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio. Performers: Zygmunt Krauze - soloist, Orkestr de ereprijs, Wim Boerman - conductor.
Commisioned by: National Forum of Music, Wrocław

Idyll 2 (2015)
For 3 voices and 4 soloists playing folk instruments
16'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 20 September 2015, Warsaw, Sculpture Park at Królikarnia. Performers:
Edward Borowiak, Witold Gałązka, Czesław Pałkowski, Michał Straszewski - folk instruments,
Paulina Celińska, Dorota Bąkowska-Rubeńczyk - audience animators
Commissioned by: Warsaw Autumn Festival

Rivière Souterraine 2 (2015)
For electronic sound and chamber orchestra
19'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 19th May 2015, Warsaw, National Philharmonic, Polish Orchestra Sinfonia Iuventus, conductor - Ronald Zollman,
Wojciech Błażejczyk - sound engineer

11 Preludes (2012)
Chopin's Preludes arranged for chamber ensemble with 9 interludes
70' together with original preludes
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First performance: 18th April 2012 Zutphen De Hanzehof (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Commissioned by: Nederlands Blazers Ensemble

Fields and Hills - silence (2009)
For optional ensemble
4'10''
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 2nd May 2009, Canterbury (Great Britain)
Commisioned by: CoMA Ensembles London

Pour El (2008)
For harpsichord
9'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
Dedicated to Elizabeth Chojnacka

Voices for Ljubljana (2007)
For seven instruments: viola, cello, flute, clarinet, trombone, piano and percussion
9'
Manuscript by the composer
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First performance: 9th July 2008, Ljubljana, MD7 Ensemble, Pavel Mihelcic - conductor

Fanfare (2007)
For four trumpets
3'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
For the Tolerance Monument unveiling

Ode (2004)
For flute, ocarina, 2 trumpets in C, guitar and 3 tom-toms
7'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 18th January 2004, Lodz. Antoni Wierzbinski - flute, ocarina; Andrzej Rokicki, Tomasz Maciaszczyk - trumpets; Jacek Dulikowski - guitar; Urszula Bereznicka-Pniak - percussion
Dedication: For Professor Franciszek Wesołowski

Divertissement Silesienne (1998)
For string quartet
5'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 13th December 1998, Silesian String Quartet, 6th Festival of Chamber Music,
Palace in Rybna, Tarnowskie Góry, Poland
Comission: Silesian String Quartet

Pastorale (1995)
For flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, bassoon
4'
Manuscript by the composer
Commission: Hungarian Radio, Budapest

P - 53 (1994)
For any player(s)
60'
Manuscript by the composer
Collaboration with Chris Cutler - objects, low grade electronics, drums; Lutz Glandien - computer, samples, real time processing of MG,ZK and CC; Marie Goyette - grand piano; Otomo Yoshihide - turntables, homebuilt guitar, Zygmunt Krauze - grand piano
First performance: 25th Frankfurt Jazz Festival, 1994

Piano Quintet (1993)
For string quartet and piano
16'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First Performance: 25th November 1993, Lódź, Museum of Arts, Silesian Quartet
Commission: Museum of Arts, Łódź

For Alfred Schlee with admiration (1991)
For string quartet
2'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 18th November 1991, Wien, Arditti Quartet
Dedication: For Alfred Schlee

The Underground River (1987)
Concert version for 7 players (clarinet, trombone, percussion, guitar, piano, accordion, cello) and 7 tapes
22'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 19th November 1987, Metz, Rencontres Internationales de Musique Contemporaine
Commission: Ministere de la Culture, Paris

Je prefere qu'il chante (1985)
For bassoon
7'20''
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 3rd February 1985, Nice, Manca Festival, Alexandre Ouzounoff - bassoon

Quatuor pour la naissance (1984)
For clarinet, violin, cello and piano
18'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 19th November 1985, Paris, 2E2M Ensemble
Commission: Ministere de la Culture, Paris

String Quartet No. 3 (1982)
18'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 24th January 1983, Paris, Grażyna Bacewicz String Quartet
Commission: Radio France, Paris

Commencement (1982)
For harpsichord solo
4'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First performance: 5th March 1982, Paris, Elisabeth Chojnacka
Dedication: Pour Elisabeth Chojnacka

Dyptychos (1981)
For organ
8'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 10th July 1981, Wien, Jozef Serafin

Automatophone (1976)
Concert version for 3 or more mandolins, 3 or more guitars, 3 or more music boxes
22'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 18th September 1976, Warsaw, Warsaw Autumn, Ad Hoc Ensemble,
Zygmunt Krauze - conductor

Soundscape (1975)
For 4 soloists playing 4 zithers, 4 melodicas, 8 recorders, 8 sheep bells, 8 glasses, 4 mouth harmonicas; with amplification and tape
16'
Edition: Edition Modern, München
First performance: 17th October 1976, Graz, Music Workshop Ensemble
Commission: Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz

Idyll (1974)
For 4 soloists playing folk instruments (4 hurdy-gurdies, 4 bag pipes, 4 folk violins, 4 fifes, 16 bells) and tape
16'
Edition: Edition Modern, München
First performance: 30th November 1974, Köln, Music Workshop Ensemble
Commission: Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Köln

Song (1974)
For 4 - 6 optional melodic instruments
11'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First performance: 28th February 1974, Baden Baden, Ensemble XX Jahrhundert, Peter Burwik - conductor

One Piano Eight Hands (1973)
For 4 musicians playing one upright piano out of tune
13'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 28th April 1973, Witten, Wittener Tage für Neue Musik, Music Workshop Ensemble

String Quartet No. 2 (1970)
16'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Universal Edition, Wien
First performance: 15th September 1979, Warsaw, Warsaw Autumn, Varsovia String Quartet

Polychromy (1968)
For clarinet, trombone, piano and cello
4'12'' - 4'40''
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Edition Modern, München
First performance: 22nd February 1968, London, The Warsaw Music Workshop Ensemble

String Quartet No. 1 (1965)
9'
Edition: Agencja Autorska, Warsaw
First performance: 26th September 1965, Warsaw, Warsaw Autumn, Music Workshop String Quartet

Prime numbers (1961)
For two violins
8'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 30th October 1961, Warsaw, Krzysztof Jakowicz and Stanisław Kawalla - violins

Wind Trio (1958)
For oboe, clarinet and bassoon
4'30''
Manuscript by the composer