Together with singing the national anthem of the artists and the audience of the PGE People, the Independence Concert ended on Saturday night. On the scene appeared, among others Marila Rodovicz, Kristina Pronko, Muniek Staszczik and Jan Pietrzak. The concert was attended by almost 40,000 people.
The concert opened the 100th anniversary of the withdrawal of independence by Poland. Among other things, President Andrzej Duda, with the first lady Agat Kornhauser-Duda, Prime Minister Mateusz Moraviecki, PiSS President Jarosław Kaczinski, President Stanislav Karczewski and Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture and National Heritage Piotr Glinski.
During the event, about 30 songs were made in new arrangements. There were a total of 30 soloists, 6 choirs and 5 bands on the scene.
At the beginning of the concert, the audience was warmed up by Maleo Reggae Rockers. Then Natalia Sikora appeared on the scene with the song "I saw an eagle in the sky" from the repertoire Teresa Haremzi. The singer, just like in the original version, performed the chapel. The work was filmed on December 12, 1981, ahead of the martial law, and her words became a symbol of hope for those who fight against communist rule.
At the concert there were legions of songs: "White Roses", "Vojenko, Vojenko", "Gray infantry", "Uhlani came to the window" and "We, the first brigade", which reminded the Small Army of Janosik. Then the audience "moved from the battlefield to the cinema and dancers of the other Polish republics". The Warsaw sentimental orchestra sang "Only in Lviv", and the character Hanka Ordonovna called Aleksandra Kurzak with the song "Love will forgive you all". A part dedicated to the interim period ended Andrzej Lampert, singing Mieczisłav Fogg's hit "This Last Sundai".
At the darkest moments of the Polish history of the last century, he presented the crowd gathered at the stadium, the Mazovies Folk Song and Dance Ensemble, and Natalia Nikiel and Misia Furtak presented war poetry. Jan Młinarski and Warsaw Combo Taneczne moved people who gathered in the stadium until the uprising of Warsaw, singing songs that threatened the capital 74 years ago. The Warsaw sky sounded again – "Varszavianka", "Warsaw children", "Mokotova mart", "Siekiera Motika" and "Michał Pałacek". Stanišava Celinska performed the song by Ludvik Starsky "Varsav has".
The song of Constantius Ildefon Gałczinsky and Tadeusz Sigietinski's "Love Country" music was probably remembered by an older generation of appeals and school academies, presented together by L.U.C., Ensemble Rebel Babel and Quartet Tulia. The song "Beli krst" was performed by Skubas, Jan Radvan and Maciej Starnavski.
The song "Nothing Happens Two Times" sang Kamil Bednarek, Milo Curtis and Dariusz Malejonek.
Marilyn Rodovicz accompanied by Sound "Grace Choir" performed: "Kulig", "Do not worry about me", "Twenty Years" and "I've tried so much".
The dark face of the PRL was remembered by Słavek Uniatovski, Olga Szomanska, Michał Kovalonek, Mateusz Ziołko, Natalia Szroeder and Kasia Mos. In performance by Kristina Pronko, accompanied by Sound & # 39; Grace, the audience heard the work of the Solidarita Jacek Kaczmarski's "Muri" band, and Jan Pietrzak reminded her song – "Let Poland be Poland", encouraging the audience to get up and singing together.
In the further part of the Concert for Niepodległej, the audience heard, among others, Adam Bałdich, Krzisztof and Vojciech Cugovski, Munka Staszczik, Eva Farna, Igor Herbut, Sebastian Karpiel-Bułecka, Pavel Kukiz, Marek Piekarczik, Damian Ukeje, SBB. Staschik appealed to the crowd audience: "Tomorrow we will be together".
During the concert, the song is also premiere, especially written for the needs of the event. Stanišava Celinska performed the song Fri. "Prayer for Peace" with the choir "The Wonderful Melody" from Elementary School No. 5 in Gostinstvo.
The performances of the artists made special effects and scenography, animations and films prepared for this occasion more attractive.
New arrangement of songs and songs was prepared by Grzegorz Urban (music director of the concert), Adam Sztaba, Jan Smoczinski, Maciej Muraszko, Łukasz Bzovski, Marcin Majerczik, Rafał Stepien, Marcin Mirovski, Michał Grimuza and Miłosz Vosko and artists who performed during the concert. The director of the concert was Bolesłav Pavica.
The concert was broadcast on TVP1 and TVP Polonia, and the retransmission is conducted by Polsat and TVN. The concert was open to listeners of Polish Radio and Radio Plus.
After the concert there was a fireworks on Vistula.
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