Krzysztof Komeda and his wife Zofia

Krzysztof Komeda (born Krzysztof Trzciński) was a Polish film music composer and jazz pianist. Perhaps best known for his work in film scores, Komeda wrote the scores for Roman Polanski’s films Rosemary’s Baby, The Fearless Vampire Killers, Knife in the Water and Cul-de-sac. Komeda’s album Astigmatic (1965) is widely regarded as one of the most important European jazz albums

No Love Song at All
  • No Love Song at All
  • Krzysztof Komeda
  • Jazz & Poetry

No Love Song at All (Kazimierz Przerwa Tetmajer “Ich such Dich”, Maria Jasnorzewska-Pawlikowska “Liebe”) - Krzysztof Komeda, Helmut Lohner, Zbigniew Namyslowski, Tomasz Stańko, Roman Dylag, Rune Carlsson (Jazz & Poetry - Meine süsse Europäische Heimat, 1998)

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Nino Rota - Juliet’s Theme (edit)
The Reg. Wale Quintet - Moving Parts
Martial Solal - Foret Cinghalaise
Lars Färnlöf - Att Angöra En Brygga 1
Armando Sciascia - Concerto Filigranato
Sven Libaek - Love Me
Francois De Roubaix - L'Alouette Armée
Lars Färnlöf - Att Angöra En Brygga 2
Cicci Santucci & Enzo Scoppa - Pane Amaro
Broadcast - Microtronics 1
Armando Sciascia - Libero Gioco
Krzysztof Komeda - Klatki (edit)
Francois De Roubaix - Opération FR1
Rovi - Atmosphere
Earl Ward - Theme For Helen
The Swingers - Depressione
Janko Nilovic - Chorus Dans Les Nuages
Maffy Falay Sevda - Batum
Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza - Natale A Detroit


Krzysztof Komeda, Ballet Etudes, 1963

Jazz musician and film composer Krzysztof Komeda is best known for his film scores for the movies of Roman Polanski and Ingmar Bergman. Komeda performed and recorded with trumpeter Tomasz Stanko (from 1963) and Swedish tenor saxophonist Bernt Rosengren. His album Astigmatic (1965) is acknowledged as his masterpiece. His best-known work, however, was in the realm of film scores, which he focused on increasingly in the last years before his death. He scored over 40 films for directors including Polanski, Bergman, Andrzej Wajda, Henning Carlsen, and more.