Aleksander Zarzycki (26 February 1834 in Lviv (Lemberg), Austria-Hungary (now Ukraine) – 1 November 1895 in Warsaw) was a Polish pianist, composer and conductor. Author of piano and violin compositions, mazurkas, polonaises, krakowiaks, and songs.
In 1871 he co-founded and became a first director of the Warsaw Music Society (Warszawskie Towarzystwo Muzyczne). In the years of 1879–1888 director of the Warsaw Music Institute (Insytut Muzyczny w Warszawie).
- Suite polonaise (Suita polska), Op. 37
- À la polonaise (Tempo di polacca)
- À la mazourka
- Intermezzo cantabile
- À la cracovienne
- Grande polonaise for piano and orchestra, Op. 7
- Concerto (Koncert fortepianowy) for piano and orchestra, Op. 17
- Andante et polonaise (Andante i polonez A-dur) in A major for violin and orchestra (or piano), Op. 23
- Introduction et cracovienne (Introduction and Krakowiak; Introdukcja i Krakowiak D-dur) in D major for violin and orchestra, Op. 35
- Chamber music
- Romance (Romans) for violin and piano or small ensemble accompaniment (flute, clarinet, 2 horns and strings), Op. 16 (published 1876) 
- Mazurka in G major for violin and piano or orchestra, Op. 26 (published 1884)
- Mazurka No. 2 (II. Mazurek E-dur) in E major for violin and piano, Op. 39
- Valse brillante (1866)
- Grande valse, Op. 4 (published 1862)
- 2 Chants sans paroles, Op. 6
- 2 Nocturnes (G♭ major, A major), Op. 10 (published 1868)
- 2 Mazurkas, Op. 12 (published in 1869)
- Chant d'amour et Barcarolle, 2 Morceaux, Op. 19
- Sérénade et Valse-Impromptu, 2 Morceaux, Op. 24
- Mazurka in E, Op.38 (published 1894)
- "Między nami nic nie było"
- 3 Lieder, Op. 11 (published 1868)
- 3 Songs for soprano and piano, Op. 22
- HMB 1877, page 27. Early HMB 1877 so published 1876.
- HMB 1884, page 260.
- Hofmeisters Monatsberichte (HMB) 1862, page 240.
- HMB 1868, page 74.
- HMB 1869, page 210.
- HMB 1894, page 393.
- HMB 1868, page 47.
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