``Zakrzewski, after the album `` Liszt & Widor '' from 2014, once again gives the listeners an album of not only artistic, but also educational values. The artist placed extensive considerations on the aesthetics and form of registered compositions in the booklet attached to the album, so in order not to spoil and spoil the fun of music lovers, I will focus only on the greatest advantages of this publication, and there are quite a few. The first is a perfectly selected repertoire, which - although showing how rich sources the composer drew inspiration - remains very coherent. In accordance with the composer's intentions, Maciej Zakrzewski has kept the balance between modern means of expression and the expressive presentation of numerous quotes. Music lovers, even without tiebacks in the form of a tracklist, will easily identify fragments of antiphon, sequences, Gregorian melodies, and even Christmas / New Year French song (Noël Nouvelet). The icing on the cake is the opening album `` Ouverture Libanaise '', in which Hakim developed popular Lebanese songs, and in the final link even the Lebanese anthem. The recordings were made on the organ of Janusz and Zygmunt Kamiński in the basilica of St. Bridget in Gdansk. And it was undoubtedly the right choice!