The music of the Sonata No. 4 sounds like a contemporary Brahms. A somewhat capricious but a wide-ranging subject matter of the composition is Brahmsian as well as its rhythmical roundness and a pathetic and ''demoniac'' mood of some of its sections (especially in the fourth movement) At the same time, while being pathetic and monumental, the work has a simple, transparent and thin texture; it is the piano part - not overdone but expressive and forming an interesting contrast with the violin part that is noteworthy. It is a very significant and mature work with an excellent form, its flexible, uniform and ''homogeneous'' narration being its great achievement.
- ISMN 979-0-2740-1219-9
- Language of edition: eng, pol
- Number of pages: 48
- Cover: softcover
- No. of edition: 6
- Published: 2019
solo part (instrumental) + accompaniment