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Warsaw Uprising Remembered in Music
July 1, 2009   
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To mark the 65th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising on Aug. 1, 1944, the Warsaw Uprising Museum has planned a special concert and the release of a CD entitled Gajcy.

By highlighting the little-known work of one of the most fascinating poets of the wartime generation, Tadeusz Gajcy (1922-1944), the museum wants to increase knowledge of the Warsaw Uprising through modern musical interpretations of the poems performed by rock bands and soloists.

The musicians involved are familiar names, known for original projects, music with a modern sound, high production standards and defining new trends on the Polish music market. There is also room on the record for talented though little-known performers, whose careers could be boosted by the project.

The album's release will be accompanied by the featured musicians' concert at the museum's Freedom Park on July 25. The performance will include projected images and holograms based on documents and other source material on the Warsaw Uprising, with a special focus on Gajcy.

The concert will be broadcast by TVN and TVN Warszawa TV stations, and the hosts will be Agnieszka Szydłowska and Maciej Chmiel.
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