Something else today as a new album of traditional music from the Lublin region is out, here’s what it offers.
The Jagiellonian Fair – re:tradition is an annual festival of traditional music and culture held in Lublin, Poland. This popular and well-received event takes place every August and introduces the broader public to musical and crafting traditions of Poland and Central-East Europe. The new album, “Open Session”, released on 1 February allows listeners to bring home a tiny part of the festival and bask in the warmth of an August evening even in the middle of winter.
Two more books in January, and 7th on the way. Very different in nature, with their own compelling atmospheres. One is a slice of life love story , the other an elegiac reflection on one hundred years of German history.