In memory of August the 6th and the victims of Hiroshima
Krzysztof Penderecki born November 23, 1933) is a Polish composer and conductor. His 1960 avant-garde Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima for string orchestra brought him to international attention, and this success was followed by acclaim for his choral St. Luke Passion. Both these works exhibit novel compositional techniques. Since the 1970s Penderecki’s style has changed to encompass a post-Romantic idiom. He has won prestigious awards including Grammy Awards in 1987 and 1998 and 2001, and the Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition in 1992. He has been called Poland’s greatest living composer.
The group was founded in 1997 in Szczecin, Poland. Passion for the traditional music and hard work let them create their own style and original sound.
Their acoustic songs have been inspired wholly by Oriental culture, Balkan folklore — Macedonian and Romanian. Typical Dikanda’s style is creation of new words and meanings in composed songs.
Dikanda in one of the African’s dialects stands for family. This is directly connected with the group’s spirit — they live and work as if it was a small, loving family.
They have played in India, Greece, and Russia and at the Montreux Jazz Festival. They achieved their popularity and great sympathy audience in many western-European countries (particularly in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy).
Vino is a polish pop band. Here’s their song “Come In My Heart”:
This was a Music-Suggestion from geleselibero, thanks!
2 Plus 1, formed in 1971, is a polish folk and pop music band from Warsaw. Here’s their song “Chodź, pomaluj mój świat”:
A great song from Bartelone, called “Kocham”:
Laki Lan is a polish pop, rock and funk band. Here’s their song “Szoping“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Juszczu, thanks!
I think nearly everyone (exept me!) knows the movie Titanic. Here is a polish Hip-Hop-Edition of the soundtrack: Brakuje mi Ciebie – “Titanic Hip Hop“: