JACEK KACZMARSKI



Jacek Marcin Kaczmarski (22 March 1957 – 10 April 2004) was an iconic Polish singer, songwriter, poet and author.

Fecha de nacimiento:
22 de marzo de 1957
Fecha de fallecimiento:
10 de abril de 2004

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He was the son of painter Anna Trojanowska-Kaczmarska, a Pole of Jewish background, and the artist Janusz Kaczmarski.

Kaczmarski was a voice of the Solidarity trade union movement in 1980s Poland. His songs criticized the ruling communist regime and appealed to the tradition of patriotic resistance within Poles. He remains best known for his protest songs on social and political subjects ("Mury" (Walls) based on "L'Estaca" by Lluís Llach, "Obława" (Wolf hunt (lit. Raid))). However, he was more a poet than a political singer, and his texts have not lost their relevance with the demise of the Soviet union and its communist bloc.

He made his debut in 1977 at the Student Song Festival, where he was awarded first
prize for his work "Obława" (Wolf hunt (lit. Raid)) based on song "Охота на волков" by Vladimir Vysotsky. In 1980 he won Second prize at the Opole Song Festival for "Epitafium dla Włodzimierza Wysockiego" (Epitaph for Vladimir Vysotsky).

Kaczmarski was on tour in France when the martial law was declared in Poland in December 1981. He lived in exile until 1990. During these intervening years he gave concerts in western Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Israel. From 1982 he worked as an editor and journalist with Radio Free Europe and hosted his own radio program, "Kwadrans Jacka Kaczmarskiego" (Fifteen Minutes with Jacek Kaczmarski).

After his return to Poland (following the Round Table negotiations that brought an end to communist rule) he toured the country with his friend and artist Zbigniew Łapiński. The tour was recorded and released as Live, and it achieved Gold album status in 2001. His other albums included "Mury" (Walls), "Nasza klasa" (Our Class), "Raj" (Paradise), "Muzeum" (Museum), "Pochwała łotrostwa" (In Praise of Villainy), "Wojna postu z karnawałem" (The War between Carnival and Lent). However, Kaczmarski was soon disillusioned by the developments in Poland after 1989 and eventually emigrated to Australia.

Kaczmarski was known not only for his politically motivated lyrics but also for his characteristically dynamic – even aggressive – classical guitar playing, and expressive performance style. His deep knowledge of not only his nation's history but also of classical literature gave his songs a particularly deep and multi-layered resonance (e.g. "Powtórka z Odysei," recalled Homer's Odyssey, while the ballad "Lalka" masterfully retells Boleslaw Prus's second novel of the same name, The Doll.). He often performed before contrastingly different audiences: groups of friends in their homes, campus venues, and large concert halls in Poland, the rest of Europe and America.

Kaczmarski was diagnosed with laryngeal cancer in 2002. He died in a hospital in Gdańsk in 2004.


Discography



  • Mury, 1979
  • Raj, 1980
  • Muzeum, 1981
  • Krzyk, 1981
  • Strącanie aniołów, 1982
  • Carmagnole, 1982
  • Chicago – Live, 1983
  • Litania, 1987
  • Kosmopolak, 1987
  • Dzieci Hioba, 1989
  • Głupi Jasio, 1990
  • Live, 1990
  • Mury w Muzeum Raju, 1991
  • Bankiet, 1992
  • Wojna postu z karnawałem, 1992
  • Sarmatia, 1993
  • Szukamy stajenki, 1993
  • Pochwała łotrostwa, 1995
  • Między nami, 1997
  • Koncert '97, 1997
  • Dwie Skały, 1999 POL No. 37
  • Dwadzieścia (5) lat później, 2000 POL #26
  • Mimochodem, 2001 POL #18
  • Złota kolekcja: Jacek Kaczmarski – Źródło, 2003 POL #8
  • Syn marnotrawny, 2004 (Box set) POL #15
  • Świadectwo, 2005 POL #25
  • Suplement, 2006 (Box set) POL #47
  • Mała Arka Noego, 2007 (Box set)
  • Arka Noego, 2007 (Box set)
  • Scena to dziwna, 2008 (Box set)
  • In Memoriam, 2014 POL #9
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