Jazz artist who also scored “The Fearless Vampire Killers,” “Blade in the Drinking water,” “Cul-de-Sac,” and several other movies. He used Komeda as his stage name in order to avoid operating afoul from the Communist government’s disapproval of jazz music. He analyzed medication at Poznań’s Medical Academy, where he graduated in 1956 having a physician diploma. His niche was otolaryngology. His 1965 recording “Astigmatic” was thought to be probably one of the most important Western jazz albums, adding to the change from American-dominated jazz. His family members came into him into music lessons while he was still youthful, nurturing his desire to become popular virtuoso. His most well-known cooperation was with movie director Roman Polanski on “Rosemary’s Baby” from 1968.