National Park Inspires

Joint Belarusian-Polish music album dedicated to the national park Belovezhskaya Puscha was released in Poland
The foundation “Church Music” from the city of Gainovka, in the Bialystok Region, issued a music album called “Songs about Puscha”, which includes compositions in the Belarusian and Polish languages devoted to the National Park Belovezhskaya Puscha.

The album includes almost one hour of music of such famous composers as Felix Novoveisky, Romuald Tvardovsky and Aleksandra Pakhmutova.
The lyrics were written by Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz, Polish poet Jerzy Karpinski and Belarus-born writers living in Poland Ales Barsky and Viktor Shved.

Songs for the album were performed by the choir of Bialystok Medical Academy together with the choir “Grodzenskaya Kapela” from Belarus.
According to the head of the Church Music foundation, Nikolai Bushko, the joint project shows that the National Park Belovezhskaya Puscha still inspires composers and unites Belarus and Poland.
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