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Title: Utrwalone dziedzictwo - pieśni religijne w twórczości Władysława z Gielniowa, Franciszka Karpińskiego i Kazimierza Brodzińskiego
Authors: Reginek, Antoni
Keywords: Polish religious poetry; Church songs; Polska poezja religijna; Pieśń kościelna; Franciszek Karpiński; Kazimierz Brodziński; Władysław z Gielniowa
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Pro Musica Sacra, Nr 13 (2015), s. 179-202
Abstract: The study of Polish religious songs shows the literary and musical values of selected works and also presents the authors of these works. This paper presents the achievements of three eminent poets: Władysław of Gielniow (ab. 1440–1505), Franciszek Karpiński (1741–1825) and Kazimierz Brodziński (1791–1835). Their activity in the field of popularization of church chant deserves to be particularly appreciated. Also the motives of fascination with religious chant are interesting. Sometimes this form of expression was the result of personal faith, sometimes it sprang from some additional motives or conditioning. The popularity of a particular poetic work depends to a large extend on its musical form. The religious chants of the poets mentioned above, though coming from various times and composed in various places are truly outstanding and popular, which makes them constantly present in the repertory of church songs. The fact that they were included in the latest edition of Śpiewnik kościelny (Church Songbook) by Fr. Jan Siedlecki may serve as a proof of keen acceptance and a sign of their belonging to cultural heritage.
DOI: 10.15633/pms.1120
ISSN: 2083-4039
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