Chór Zs 9 "Con Passione"

Lublin, Poland

Elżbieta Woś conductor

Katarzyna Sidlovska piano accompaniment

Dominika Pawłowska, Marta Matysiewicz solo vocals


Title Composer Lyrics
Bo Banany Do Ładowni Czas Znieść K. Lancaster Ł. Malcharek
Canon Jazz Pierre Gerard Verny unknown
W Zielonym Gaiku Józef Świder (1930-2014) Folk Lyrics
Entliczek - Pentliczek Krzysztof Niegowski Jan Brzechwa (1898–1966)
Now Is The Month Of Maying Thomas Morley Thomas Morley
Momi Tikveshanki Dragan Shuplevski Folk
Konj Igor Matawienko (b. 1960) A. Szaranow
Cantar Jay Althouse (b. 1951) Jay Althouse (b. 1951)


The Choir of School No. 9 has existed for 10 years. It was initiated by Mrs. Iwona Matysiewicz. The choir performs at school and community ceremonies and takes part in music festivals. The most important successes of the choir include: 1st place in the All – Poland Carols and Pastorals Competition in Siemień, 2nd place in the All - Poland Religious Song Festival in Łódź.

Lublin, administrative centre of the voivodship and the capital of the Lublin Region, and home to 365 thousand inhabitants, is the biggest town in Eastern Poland. The location of the town atop loessial rolling hills of the Lublin Upland in the valley of the Bystrzyca and its tributaries is one of its assets. During the 5th and 7th centuries the inhabitants of Lublin grew in numbers, and by 1317 Lublin was granted municipal status. In 1474 Lublin became the capital of the voivodship, a role it has continuously played to this day. During the years of the first Republic, Lublin, which was centrally located, was inhabited by different nationalities and religious denominations that constituted a rich and varied community.