Dahlig-Turek, Ewa, associate professor, habilitated doctor, ethnomusicologist, vicedirector of the PAN Institute of Art in Warsaw (since 2003), professor of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (since 2009); her academic interests initially centred on musical instruments, but are now focused on the analysis of rhythm, chiefly in relations to so-called “Polish rhythms” in the music of traditional folk culture and “high” culture. She is author of three monographs: Ludowa gra skrzypcowa w Kieleckiem [Traditional violin playing in the Kielce region] (Kraków, 1990), Ludowa gra skrzypcowa w Polsce [Traditional violin playing in Poland] (Warszawa, 2001) and „Rytmy polskie” w muzyce XVI-XIX wieku. Studium morfologiczne [“Polish rhythms” in music of the sixteenthnineteenth centuries. Morphological studies] (Warszawa, 2006), and co-author (together with Bj0rn Aksdal, Dan Lindberg and Rebecca Sager) of the monograph Glossing over rhythmic style and musical identity (Stockholm, 2005)., Polska