J. Uchyła-Zroski (red.), "Muzyka w środowisku społecznym" (s. 83-92). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
The text constitutes only a general insight into Krzysztof Borzędowski’s rich life and output.
Very general analytical attempts point to his diversified language of musical compositions, an interesting
and often individual one, depending on the aim of works. Undoubtedly, the very artist
belongs to the top composers connected with Beskidy and Żywiec area. What is worth paying attention
to constitutes above all original piano and choir compositions referring to the spirit of music
by Karol Szymanowski written in an already modernized language. Also, a functional trend
(according to its best understanding) is important here, namely a rich line of works created in relation
to various needs and orders., most often when using traditional tonal means. What is at issue
is a composition for Pilsko, a band from Oświęcim, as well as religious compositions.