Artur Józef Andrus (born 27 December in Lesko) is a Polish journalist, poet, published a collection of his blog posts, Blog osławiony między niewiastami. In , Andrus published a collection of his blog posts, Blog osławiony między niewiastami, and released his second studio album Myśliwiecka, which became . Popisuchy Każdy szczyt ma swój Czubaszek Blog osławiony między niewiastami Official website Artur Andrus in Filmpolski database Artur Andrus in Filmweb.

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Andrus has published three books and released three albums. Artur Andrus studied journalism at Warsaw University. In DecemberAndrus published a collection of songs and poems titled Popisuchy. The album debuted at number 1 on Polish Albums Chart[8] held that position for a total number of twelve weeksand was certified 2x Platinum.

Lesko — Lesko is a town in south-eastern Poland with a population of 5, Since it has been the capital of Lesko County, Lesko is situated in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, previously it was in Krosno Voivodeship.

Lesko was probably founded in the century, records first mention it in It was granted its charter in approximatelywhen it was owned by the Kmita family. In the seventeenth century, the town was quite an important centre of trade and craftsmanship and its heyday ended inwhen it was looted by the Swedish troops during the Great Northern War.

Infollowing the First Partition of Poland, the town was located in the Austrian Empire until Poland regained its independence inin a railway line passing just 3 kilometres north of the town was built. In the Jewish population of Lesko was 2, in Septemberfollowing the territorial division of Poland by the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, the border between German and Soviet occupation zones ran along the river San in the area of Lesko.

Thus the town ended up in the Soviet zone, as it was located on the bank of the river. During Operation Barbarossa the Germans destroyed the bunkers in the days of their invasion. The town was liberated from the Germans by the Red Army in September, in the border between Poland and the Soviet Union was moved somewhat eastwards from the San river, so Lesko ended up in Poland following the postwar territorial rearrangements. Nevertheless, it remained close to the Soviet border until the Polish—Soviet territorial exchange which moved the border further eastward.

During the war, after the town was occupied by Nazi Germany inin the immediate postwar years the area was the scene of the fighting between Polish military forces and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. The fighting ended after the Ukrainian population was expelled in the course of Operation Vistula inthe city and its economy only started to recover in the s, after a government program encouraging people from other areas of Poland to settle there.

Currently Lesko is a gateway to the Bieszczady Mountains, the city has numerous outdoor recreational clubs. Damaged by a Swedish attack during the Deluge, reconstructed, a Baroque interior from has survived. Reconstructed again inwith a tower added. Poland — Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in Central Europe, situated between the Baltic Sea in the north and two mountain ranges in the south.

Bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, the total area of Poland issquare kilometres, making it the 69th largest country in the world and the 9th largest in Europe.

With a population of over The Kingdom of Poland was founded inand in it cemented a political association with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania by signing the Union of Lublin. This union formed the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth, one of the largest and most populous countries of 16th and 17th century Europe, Poland regained its independence in at the end of World War I, reconstituting much of its historical territory as the Second Polish Republic. More than six million Polish citizens died in the war, after the war, Polands borders were shifted westwards under the terms of the Potsdam Conference.

With the backing of the Soviet Union, a communist puppet government was formed, and after a referendum in During the Revolutions of Polands Communist government was overthrown and Poland adopted a new constitution establishing itself as a democracy, informally called the Third Polish Republic.

Since the early s, when the transition to a primarily market-based economy began, Poland has achieved a high ranking on the Human Development Index.

Poland is a country, which was categorised by the Niewaistami Bank as having a high-income economy. Furthermore, it is visited by approximately 16 million tourists every year, Poland is the eighth largest economy in the European Union and was the 6th fastest growing economy on the continent between and According to the Global Peace Index forPoland is ranked 19th in the list of the safest countries in the world to live in.

The origin of the name Poland derives from a West Slavic tribe of Polans that inhabited the Warta River basin of the historic Greater Poland region in the 8th century, the origin of the name Polanie itself derives from the western Slavic word pole. In some foreign languages such as Hungarian, Lithuanian, Persian and Turkish the exonym for Poland is Lechites, historians have postulated that throughout Late Antiquity, many distinct ethnic groups populated the regions of what is now Poland.


The most famous archaeological find from the prehistory and protohistory of Poland is the Biskupin fortified settlement, dating from the Lusatian culture of the early Iron Age, the Slavic groups who would form Poland migrated to these areas in the second half of the 5th century AD. University of Warsaw — The University of Warsaw, established inis the largest university in Poland. It employs over 6, staff including over 3, academic educators and it provides graduate courses for 53, students. Tsar Alexander I granted permission for the establishment of five faculties — law and political science, medicine, philosophy, theology, the university expanded rapidly, but was closed niewiastmai November Osawony in The university was resurrected during the First World War and the number of students in was estimated at 4, after Polands independence in the new government focused on improving the university, and in the early s it became the countrys largest.

Following the Second World War and the devastation of Warsaw, the University successfully reopened inthe University of Warsaw is one of the top Polish universities.

It was ranked by Perspektywy magazine as best Polish university inandinternational rankings such as ARWU and University Web Ranking rank the university as the best Polish higher level institution. On the list of best European universities compiled by University Web Ranking, QS Ahdrus University Rankings positioned the University of Warsaw as the best higher level institution among the worlds top In the partitions of Poland left Warsaw with access only to the Academy of Vilnius, inthe newly established autonomous Congress Poland de facto belonging to the Russian Empire found itself without a university at all, as Vilnius was incorporated into Russia.

The university soon grew to students and 50 professors, after most of the students and professors took part in the November Uprising the university was closed down.

After the Crimean War, Russia entered a period of liberalization. In departments of Law and Administration, Philology and History, the newly established academy gained importance and was soon renamed the Main School. However, after the January Uprising the liberal period ended, during its short anvrus, the Main School educated over 3, students, many of whom became part of the backbone of the Polish intelligentsia. The Main School was replaced with a Russian-language Imperial University of Warsaw and its purpose was to provide education for the Russian military garrison of Warsaw, the majority modzy students were Poles.

The tsarist authorities believed that the Russian university would become a way to Russify Polish society. Singer-songwriter — Singer-songwriters are musicians who write, compose, and perform their own musical material, including lyrics and melodies. The genre began with the folk-acoustic tradition, singer-songwriters often provide the sole accompaniment to an entire composition or song, typically using a guitar or piano.

Singer-songwriter is used to define popular music artists who write and perform their own material, such an artist performs the roles of composer, lyricist, vocalist, instrumentalist, and often self-manager. Most records by artists have a similarly straightforward and spare sound that placed emphasis on the song itself.

The mifzy has also used to hlog songwriters in the rock, folk, osaqiony pop music genres including Henry Russell, Aristide Bruant, Hank Williams. Song topics include political protest, as bloy the case of the Almanac Osawjony, Pete Seeger, the concept of a singer-songwriter can be traced to ancient bardic oral tradition, which has existed in various forms throughout the world.

Poems would be performed as chant ajdrus song, sometimes accompanied by a harp or other similar instrument, after the invention of printing, adnrus would be written and performed by ballad sellers. Usually these would be versions of existing tunes and lyrics, which were constantly evolving and this developed into the singer-songwriting traditions of folk culture. The term singer-songwriter in North America can be traced back to singers who developed works in the blues and folk andruus style.

This focus on social issues has greatly influenced the singer-songwriter genre, artists who had been primarily songwriters, notably Carole King, Townes Van Zandt, and Neil Diamond, also began releasing work as performers.

In contrast to the approach of most lsawiony country and folk music. The adjectives confessional and sensitive were often used singer-songwriter style, in the rock band era, members were not technically singer-songwriters as solo acts. However, many were singer-songwriters who created songs with band members. Many others like Eric Clapton found success as singer-songwriters in their later careers, there were hints of cross-pollination, but rock and folk music had remained largely separate genres, often with different audiences.

An early attempt at fusing elements of folk and rock was highlighted in the Animals House of the Rising Sun, dylan plugged an entire generation into the milieu of the singer-songwriter. Lotti Golden, in her Atlantic debut album Motor-Cycle, chronicled her life in NYCs East Village in the late 60s counterculture, visiting subjects such as gender identity, kate Bush remained distinctive throughout with her idiosyncratic style.

Cabaret — Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring music, song, dance, recitation, or drama. It is mainly distinguished by the venue, which might be a pub. The audience, often dining or drinking, does not typically dance, performances are neiwiastami introduced by a master of ceremonies or MC. The entertainment, as done by an ensemble mmidzy actors and according to its European origins, is oriented towards adult audiences.


In the United States striptease, burlesque, drag shows, or a solo vocalist with a pianist, the word cabaret was first used in It is derived from tavern probably from Middle Dutch cambret, the word cabaret came to mean a restaurant or night club by Cabaret can be divided in 10 different types.

However, these are artificial dividing lines, cabaret shows are most niewiasyami the time a compound of elements from the different types, the cabaret performer plays with language, sometimes poetic, but often is he or she rock hard and hateful.

The cabaret performer plays with music, for example by twisting or combining familiar melodies, the cabaret performer tells nonsensical and absurd stories and plays idiotic types. The emphasis is less on text in the show of cabaret performer. In this the cabaret performer is a guest at a government, institution or a company, cabarets existed in Paris in the 16th century, they were ancestors of the modern restaurant.

Unlike taverns they sold wine not by itself but only with a meal, customers might sing if they had drunk enough wine, but early cabarets did not have formal programs of niediastami. Cabarets were frequently used as meeting places for writers and artists, in French poets, painters, musicians and andus began to meet in a cabaret called Le Caveau on rue de Buci, where they composed and sang songs.

Sanok — Sanok is a town in south-eastern Poland with 39, inhabitants, as of 2 June It is the capital of Sanok County in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, previously, it was in the Krosno Voivodeship and in the Ruthenian Voivodeship, which was part of the Lesser Artuf province.

It lies in a wooded, hilly area near the road number This area was mentioned for the first time inwhen Vladimir I of Kiev took the area over on the way into Poland, in it returned to Poland, back to Rus, in Casimir III of Poland recovered it. Several courts of justice operated in niewiastamk town, including the municipal and rural courts of lower instance and also the higher court for the entire Sanok Land. The region was traditionally inhabited by subgroups of the Rusyn people.

Near the central square and the previous Jewish ghetto, there is a valley where much of the Jewish population was murdered en masse inewiastami the Nazis during the Holocaust. Stomil is next to the train station in Sanok and Autosan is a minute walk from the station. Parody — A parody is a work created to imitate, make fun of, or comment on an original work—its subject, author, style, or some other target—by means of satiric or ironic imitation.

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As the literary theorist Linda Hutcheon puts it, parody … is imitation, another critic, Simon Dentith, defines parody as any cultural practice which provides a relatively polemical allusive imitation of another cultural production or practice.

Parody may be found in art or culture, including literature, music, animation, gaming, the writer and critic John Gross observes in his Oxford Book of Parodies, that parody seems to flourish on territory somewhere between pastiche and burlesque.

According to Aristotle, Hegemon of Thasos was the inventor of a kind of parody, in ancient Greek literature, a parodia was a narrative poem imitating the style and prosody of epics but treating light, satirical or mock-heroic subjects. The Oxford English Dictionary, for example, defines parody as imitation turned as to produce a ridiculous effect, because par- also has the non-antagonistic meaning of beside, there is nothing in parodia to necessitate the inclusion of a concept of ridicule.

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Old Comedy contained parody, even the gods could be made fun of, the Frogs portrays the hero-turned-god Heracles as a Glutton and the God of Drama Dionysus as cowardly and unintelligent. The traditional trip to the Underworld story is parodied as Dionysus dresses as Heracles to go to the Underworld, roman writers explained parody as an imitation of one poet by another for humorous effect.

In French Neoclassical literature, parody was also a type of poem where one work imitates the style of another to produce a humorous effect, the Ancient Greeks created satyr plays which parodied tragic plays, often with performers dressed like satyrs. In classical music, as a term, parody refers to a reworking of one kind of composition into another.

The term is sometimes applied to procedures common in the Baroque period. The musicological definition of the parody has now generally been supplanted by a more general meaning of the word.

In its more contemporary usage, musical parody usually has humorous, even satirical intent, in which familiar musical ideas or lyrics are lifted into a different, often incongruous, context. Musical parodies may imitate or refer to the style of a composer or artist.