Franciszek Brzeziński

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Franciszek Brzeziński

Franciszek Ksawery Brzeziński (born September 6, 1867 in Warsaw , Russian Empire , † August 6, 1944 in Warsaw) was a Polish composer.


Brzeziński had piano lessons from Jan Kleczyński . He studied law in Tartu and worked as a lawyer until 1903. He then studied music in Paris and at the Leipzig Conservatory . From 1916 he lived as a composer in Warsaw.

In addition to late romantic piano works, he composed a piano concerto and a violin sonata.


  • Polish suite
  • Toccata
  • Polonaise ballad
  • Christmas in Poland