Tánce Polskie

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Polish Dances on tape by a priest Baki, eighteenth-in. Lithuanian Jesuit claim to share in the song quoted the preacher's views, although reluctant to accept the phenomenon, which, as they were forced to take on and the author of sermons-lines, and some contractors (Grazyna Barszczewska, Joanna Neuburg, Ania Zielinska, Krzysztof Kołbasiuk and Kazimierz WICHNIARZ) , and songwriter. The song also wishes to note the features that make the nearly 200 years, the Baka deserves exhumation: a clear pulse (blood punched in the mazurka and polonaise rhythm), a fresh breath of Jesuit methods of stick and carrot, lung after sarmacku their ... continued below

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Zielińska, Lidia 1996.

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  • Main Title: Tánce Polskie
  • Series Title: MISAME

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Polish Dances on tape by a priest Baki, eighteenth-in. Lithuanian Jesuit claim to share in the song quoted the preacher's views, although reluctant to accept the phenomenon, which, as they were forced to take on and the author of sermons-lines, and some contractors (Grazyna Barszczewska, Joanna Neuburg, Ania Zielinska, Krzysztof Kołbasiuk and Kazimierz WICHNIARZ) , and songwriter. The song also wishes to note the features that make the nearly 200 years, the Baka deserves exhumation: a clear pulse (blood punched in the mazurka and polonaise rhythm), a fresh breath of Jesuit methods of stick and carrot, lung after sarmacku their distended, his legs smartly pląsające in the "dance macabre" , head full of epithets manierystyczno-baroque, stomach and liver in the seasoned pleasures of this world, his hands a bit tired wygrażaniem and grzmoceniem pulpit with his fist in the window sill, but the ribald humor and heart of gold. Furthermore, the lack of addictions (except wierszoklec / hs / twem). Somewhat provincial manners (especially those rymotwórcze), the belief is highly structured (with the help of a simple odkrywczo genre), so eclectic as to be original. And above all - quite the contrary it - the joy of life, and I think especially this will be "Polish Dances".

(Remarks on the death inevitable for all commonplace, the line expressed by Professor X. Bake poetic treatises, SJ, ed. Orgelbrand, Vilnius 1855, reprinted 1985 WAiF kompozytorce deliberately offered by Algirdas Pisarenko)

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  • June 12, 2019, 9:59 p.m.

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Zielińska, Lidia. Tánce Polskie, audio recording, 1996; Bourges, France. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1506034/: accessed July 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.