Poles mourn an inspirational singer

Poles mourn an inspirational singer


norman lebrecht

August 16, 2020

The magnificent Ewa Demarczyk died yesterday, aged 79.

She sang and recited poetry, often by poets such as Milosz, who were banned at the time. Away from the stage she applied herself to the care of destroyed Jewish communities, cemeteries, memories.

May she rest in peace.


  • William Safford says:

    “This video contains content from Crowley Media, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.”

    Thank you, though.

  • Chungrangian Babrossian says:

    A magnificent artist whose voice tickled my soul, and whose works rival those of very good people.

  • Occamsrazor says:

    I didn’t know about her but she was a damn beautiful lady.

  • edd says:

    An interesting illustration of Ewa Demarczyk’s song “Taki pejzaż” (“Such a landscape”):
    and two original performances:
    – by “Faun Fables” team from California:
    -by “Faun Fables” and “Volti”:
    So Ewa Demarczyk creatively inspired the Russian painter (Valery Valius ie. Валерий Валюс) and American artists….