In Bloch’s works, the world of different meanings, ideas, and nonmusical contexts is of paramount importance. The composer often uses words as a medium intimately entwined with music. The reason for such an artistic declaration is the array of different events in Bloch’s life: his interest in the organ influenced by his father, his adventures with illustrative music, and the relationship with his wife – the excellent Polish singer – Halina Łukołomska. All these elements are the reason why Bloch’s works are inspired by poetical text, images, associations, and aesthetic sensations. Multicultural aspects in Bloch’s works stem from his contacts with German artists and patrons. These collaborations resulted in many outstanding works written for German artists. Some of his works were inspired by Bloch’s friendship with German painter Ingeborg zu Schleswig-Holstein (Denn Dein Licht Kommt/ Albowiem nadejdzie światłość Twoja; Du sollst nicht töten/ Nie zabijaj!; Empor/ Wzwyż). Three of Bloch’s works: Wordsworth Songs, Die Verscheuchte, Anenaiki were primarily inspired by formal and verbal construction and not as much by foreign cultures.