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Muszkalska, Bożena, professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Institute of Culturology of Wroclaw University. She has carried out numerous projects associated with field research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is the author of a number of books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesange der Sarden (Poznań, 1985); Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999); Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions as recalled by the inhabitants of Oborniki] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006). She also has many articles to her name, mostly on poly vocal music and music in religious contexts.
Muszkalska, Bożena, professor in the Department of Musicology at the University in Wrocław and in the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She has been realizing many projects associated with on-the-spot research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is author of three books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesänge der Sarden (Poznań, 1985), Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999), Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions in memory of the Oborniki inhabitants] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006), and of many articles concerning mainly polivocal music and music in religious contexts.
Muszkalska, Bożena, professor of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Institute of Culturology at Wroclaw University. She has carried out numerous projects associated with field research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is the author of a number of books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesànge der Sarden (Poznań, 1985); Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999); Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions as recalled by the inhabitants of Oborniki] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006). She also has many articles to her name, mostly on polyvocal music and music in religious contexts.

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Nowak, Tomasz, Ph.D., ethnomusicologist and dance anthropologist, assistant professor in the Institute of Musicology at the Warsaw University. He was conducting fieldwork in Central and Eastern Europe (Poland, Lithuania, Belorus, Ukraine, Germany) and Indonesia (Bali). He is the author of the book Tradycje muzyczne społeczności polskiej na Wileńszczyźnie. Opinie i zachowania [Musical traditions o f Polish society in Vilnius region. Opinions and behavior] (Warsaw, 2005) as well as of a number of articles on Polish and European folk music.
Nowicka, Elżbieta, habilitated doctor, professor of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. A scholar of Romantic poetry, nineteenth-century drama, literary criticism and opera aesthetics, especially the opera libretto. Author of numerous articles published in periodicals and of several books, including „Postylion niesie pisanie...” Szkice o romantycznym liście poetyckim [“The postilion carries writing...” Sketches on the Romantic poetical letter] (Poznań, 1993), Dzieje teatru w Polsce [A history of theatre in Poland] (Poznań, 2000), Omamienie - cudowność - afekt: dramat w kręgu dziewiętnastowiecznych wyobrażeń [Delusion, wonder and affect: drama in nineteenth- century representations] (Poznań, 2003); co-author of critical editions concerning nineteenth-century literature and culture. Collaborates with the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University as part of an inter-departmental opera specialisation and teaches Polish and theatre studies.
Nowicka, Justyna Cecylia, master’s graduate, studied Spanish and Polish at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Universidad de Valladolid (Spain). A PhD student of the University of Wroclaw and the Universität Autônoma de Barcelona, where she is completing a dissertation on the Romantic ironical poem in Poland and Spain. A translator from Spanish and French. Author of articles and participant in conferences on literary studies (Polish and Spanish romanticism) and translation studies. A grant student of the Polish and Spanish governments.
Nowik, Wojciech, Historian, musicologist, music theorist [Professor at Fryderyk Chopin Music University, Dr hab., Head of Chair of Music Theory]. Interests: chopinology, history of music 18th- and 19th- centuries, theory of music 19th- and 20thcenturies. Originator and organiser of the international scientific-artistic conferences: Topos narodowy w muzyce polskiej [‘The national topos in Polish music’] (2006,2007, 2009), organiser of international Chopin conferences: Dzieło Chopina jako źródło inspiracji wykonawczych [ Chopin’s oeuvre as a source of inspiring performance’], (1999), Fryderyk Chopin - dwa wieki fascynacji [‘Fryderyk Chopin - two centuries of fascination ] (2010), co-organiser of the 2nd and 3rd International Chopin Congresses (1999, 2010). Author of more than a hundred works published in Poland and abroad on such topics as the creative process, Chopin’s works and manuscripts, the problems of tonality, syntax, form, structure and expression in the works of the romantics and of twentieth-century artists.
Nowik, Wojciech, professor, Head of the Department of Music Theory at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw. His professional interests focus on the analysis and interpretation of the musical work, as well as the history and theory of music in the 18th-20th centuries. He researches Chopin autographs and drafts, as well as first editions of his works. He is also the author of reconstructions and editions of Chopin’s works. He has published the study Chopinowski idiom sonatowy [Chopin’s sonata idiom] (Warsaw, 1998) and a number of articles.

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Ojala, Juha, principal research interests are Charles S. Peirce, musical signification process, composition, metaphor, culture, cognition, mind and spatiality. His doctoral dissertation in musicology (University of Helsinki, 2009) was titled Space in Musical Semiosis. An Abductive Theory of the Musical Composition Process. He currently serves as university lecturer of music at the University of Oulu, Finland, where he teaches mainly music theory, music history, and music technology, and leads a research seminar. He is also active as a keyboard performer and composer, with master’s degrees in piano, composition, and electronic and computer music (Sibelius Academy and the Johns Hopkins University).
Okulicz-Kozaryn, Radosław, a Polish graduate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, member of the staff of the School o f the History of Polish Literature of the Positivist and Young Poland periods, collaborator with the Department of Baltic Studies of Adam Mickiewicz University, and former lecturer (1995-1997) on the Department of Polish Philology of the University of Vilnius; author of Mała historia dandyzmu [A brief history of dandyism] (Poznań, 1995), Żagary (Warszawa, 1997), Gest pięknoducha. Roman Jaworski i jeg o estetyka brzydoty [The gesture of the extravagant aesthete. Roman Jaworski and his aesthetic of ugliness] (Warszawa, 2004), Litwin wśród spadkobierców Króla-Ducha. Twórczość Ćiurlionisa wobec M łodej Polski [A Lithuanian among the heirs to the King-Spirit. The work of Ćiurlionis and Young Poland] (Poznań, 2007; Lithuanian translation, 2009); publisher of poetry by Aleksander Szczęsny (in Wydawnictwo Literackie’s Biblioteka Poezji Młodej Polski series), inedita and forgotten writings of Jaworski (in Archiwum Literackie) and the correspondence of Mikolajus Konstantinas Ćiurlionis (in print).

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Piotrowska, Anna G., She is mainly interested in sociological and cultural aspects of musical life. So far she has authored three books in Polish: The Romantic Vision of the Gypsy in the Music o f the 19th and the First Half o f the 20th century (2012), Topos o f Gypsy Music in European Culture (2011) and The Idea o f National Music in the Works o f American Composers o f the Early 20th - century (2003) as well as published numerous articles (in Polish, English, German, Slovak and Georgian). Her book Topos o f Gypsy Music in European Culture won in 2011 the prestigious honorary W. Felczak and H. Wereszycki Award by Polish Historical Association. In 2010 Anna G. Piotrowska was a Fulbright Fellow in Boston University, USA and in 2009 she was awarded the Moritz Csaky Preis at Austrian Academy of Sciences. She was also the recipient of the Mellon Fellowship in Edinburgh University, UK in 2005. Anna G. Piotrowska actively participates in many international conferences. Currently she is associated with the Department of Theory and Anthropology of Music at the Institute of Musicology, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland.
Piotrowska, Magdalena, doctor, lecturer in the School of Drama and Theatre of the Institute of Polish Philology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Author of several dozen scholarly articles and two books: Lubownicy sceny, czyli polskie teatry amatorskie w Wielkopolsce (1832-1875) [Lovers of the stage, or Polish amateur theatres in Wielkopolska (1832-1875)] (Poznań, 2000) and Zanim „te księgi zbłądziły pod strzechy”. Wielkopolska recepcja Mickiewicza [Before “these books ended up in the attic”. Mickiewicz reception in Wielkopolska] (Poznań, 2006), co-editor of the collective publication Mickiewicz daleki i bliski [Mickiewicz far and near] (Poznań, 2005). Her academic interests focus on theatre and literature of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the reception o f Mickiewicz, amateur theatres, national anniversaries, pageantry and issues relating to the culture of Wielkopolska around the turn of the twentieth century.
Podhajski, Marek, professor of arts, music theorist, musicologist, composer. Polish and Icelandic citizenships. Graduated from the Academy of Music in Gdańsk in Music Theory and Composition. He received a Ph.D. in Humanities in the area of Music Theory at the Academy of Music in Warsaw. He is a doctor habilitatis in History- Musicology at the Academy of Catholic Theology, Warsaw. He is the author of 7 books and some 100 published research papers. The most important books include: Formy muzyczne [Musical Forms] (1991), Nowy system muzyki X. Jana Jarmusiewicza w perspektywie polskich prac z harmonii XIX wieku [The New Musical System of X. Jan Jarmusiewicz from the Perspective of Polish 19th Century Works on Harmony] (1992), Dictionary of Icelandic Composers (1997) - the first dictionary of this kind in the history of music, and Kompozytorzy polscy 1918-2000. T. 1 Eseje. T. 2 Biogramy [Polish Composers 1918-2000. Vol. 1 Essays. Vol. 2 Biographies] (editor, 2005). Honoured with numerous Polish and international distinctions. He is also a member of the Polish Composers’ Union, International Musicological Society, International Biographical Centre Advisory Council in Cambridge, Life Fellow of the American Biographical Institute Research Association.
Podlipniak, Piotr
Podlipniak, Piotr, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He received his PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2005 (Uniwersalia muzyczne jako problem badawczy muzykologii [Music universals as a research problem of musicology]). His main areas of interest are the biological sources of human musicality, emotional communication by means of music, musical cognition and the methodology of musicology. He is author of the book Uniwersalia muzyczne [Music universals] (Poznań, 2007) and a number of articles. In his musicological research, he refers to such academic disciplines as cognitive science, evolutionary psychology and cultural anthropology.
Podlipniak, Piotr, is an assistant professor at the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. His main areas of interest are the cognitive musicology, biological sources of human musicality, psychology of music and methodology of musicology. He is author of the book Uniwersalia muzyczne [Musical universals] (Poznan, 2007). In his musicological research, he refers to such academic disciplines as cognitive science, evolutionary psychology and cultural anthropology. He is an editorial secretary of the journal Interdisciplinary Studies in Musicology and a member of Society of Interdisciplinary Musicology.
Podlipniak, Piotr, Ph.D., he took his degree in 2005 from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, where he is assistant professor in the Department of Musicology. His main areas of interest are the biological sources of human musicality, emotional communication by means of music, musical cognition and methodology of musicology. He is the author of the book Uniwersalia muzyczne [Musical universals] (Poznań, 2007) and a numbers of articles. In his musicological research he refers to such academic disciplines as cognitive science, evolutionary psychology and cultural anthropology.
Polony, Leszek, Polish musicologist, music critic, publisher, born on 31 January 1946 in Kraków. In 1970 he graduated in theory of music from the Cracovian State Higher School of Music (now Music Academy), where he became a member of staff; during the years 1991-93 he served as prorector, and from 1993 as professor at the Music Academy. During 1995-2013 he headed the Chair of Theory of Music and Education of Aural Skills, and was awarded the title of professor in 2004. From 1991 until 2001 (except for the years 1994-95) he was Editor-in-Chief of Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne [Polish Music Publishers], and from 1995 also director; after the publishing house became a limited company he became its Chairman and Editor-in-Chief. He is a member of ZKP [Polish Composers’ Union] (member of the Executive Board 1983-85 and 1987-88) and Polska Izba Książki [Polish Chamber of Books] (head of Regional Department in Kraków 1998-2001). His areas of interest include: philosophy of music and history of aesthetic thought on music; music of the romantic and modernist periods; Polish twentieth century music, piano music and the performance art of outstanding pianists. He has authored some 70 articles and dissertations on music, as well as the following books: W kręgu muzycznej wyobraźni [‘Musical Imagination’] (1980), Poetyka muzyczna Mieczysława Karłowicza [‘Music Poetics of Mieczysław Karłowicz’] (1986), Polski kształt sporu o istotę muzyki [‘Debating the Essence of Music the Polish Way’] (1991), Hermeneutyka i muzyka [‘Hermeneutics and Music’] (2003), Kilar. Żywioł i modlitwa [‘Kilar. An Elemental Force and a Prayer’] (2005), Symbol i muzyka [‘Symbol and Music’] (2011).
Poniatowska, Irena, professor, habilitated doctor, associated with the Institute of Musicology o f the University of Warsaw from 1965 to 2003, where for ten years she also served as deputy dean for student affairs and for academic research and finances of the Department of History. From 1974 to the 1990s, she organised Polish-Italian musicological collaboration with the University of Bologna. From 1975 to 1985, she chaired the Academic Board and to 1990 was vice president of the Fryderyk Chopin Society. Since 1994, she has been chair of the Polish Chopin Academy, and since 2001 chair o f the Programme Committee of the Fryderyk Chopin Institute. She has written around three hundred studies, essays and scholarly reviews, including many books, such as Faktura fortepianowa Beethovena [Beethoven’s piano texture] (Warszawa, 1972), Muzyka fortepianowa i pianistyka w wieku XIX [Piano music and pianism in the nineteenth century] (Warszawa, 1991), Historia i interpretacja muzyki. Z badań nad muzyką od XVII do XIX wieku [The history and interpretation of music. Of research into music from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century] (Kraków, 1993, 2nd edn 1995 ), Słownik szkołny - Muzyka [School dictionary - Music] (Warszawa, 1991, 2nd edn 1993), W kręgu recepcji i rezonansu muzyki. Szkice chopinowskie [From the reception and resonance o f music. Chopin sketches] (Warszawa, 2008), the album: Chopin. Człowiek ijeg o muzyka [Chopin. The man and his music] (Warszawa, Polish- English version 2009, Polish-French version 2010), Romantyzm część druga A: 18501900. Twórczość muzyczna [Romanticism part two A: 1850-1900. Musical output] (vol. v in the series Historia muzyki połskiej [The History of Music in Poland]) (Warszawa, 2010); she is also co-author, together with Agnieszka Morawińska, of the ninelanguage publication Chopin i jeg o dzieło [Chopin and his work] (in the series Composers and the Art o f Their Time, Warszawa 2005-2009), and the separate publication Chopin ijeg o twórczość [Chopin and his oeuvre], in Arabic (Warszawa, 2010). An important area of her work is music editing: she has edited a facsimile edition of the autograph of Chopin’s 24 Preludes, Op. 28 (Warszawa, 1999), Etudes, Op. 10 (Warszawa, 2007), Allegro de concert (Warszawa, 2008) and co-edited, with Zofia Chechlińska, the following Chopin works: the Sonata in B minor (Warszawa, 2005), and 24 Preludes, Op. 28 (Warszawa, 2010). She is also editor of the five-volume (vol. v with Daniele Pistone) Chopin w kręgu przyjaciół [Chopin in his circle of friends] (Warszawa, 1995-1999) and the two volumes of material from the Chopin Congress of 1999: Chopin and his Work in the Context o f Culture (Warszawa, 2003). Her academic interests are centred on the history of piano music and pianism, musical culture and music reception, and Chopin studies.
Popinigis, Danuta, graduated in musicology from the University of Warsaw in 1981 and gained a doctorate in musicology at the same university in 1994 for a dissertation on the music of Andrzej Hakenberger. She works at the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk (since 1980) and is head of the Gdańsk branch of the Repertoire International des Sources Musicales (since 1997). Her academic interests include the musical culture of old Gdańsk, musical manuscript sources and the history of carillons and carillon music.
Poprawa, Adam, Historian, literary critic, music critic and writer. His publications include literature studies Kultura i egzystencja w poezji Jarosława Marka Rymkiewicza [‘Culture and existence in the poetry of Jarosław Marek Rymkiewicz’] (1999) and Formy i afirmacje [‘Forms and affirmations’] (2003), as well as the non-fiction reflections Walce wolne, walce szybkie [‘Slow waltzes, fast waltzes’] (2009). His articles, essays and reviews have appeared in numerous journals, such as ‘Teksty Drugie’, ‘Ruch Literacki’, ‘Kresy’, ‘Odra’, ‘Jazz Forum’ and ‘Tygodnik Powszechny’. His academic interests include the literature of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, in particular the works of Stanisław Barańczak, Miron Białoszewski and James Joyce. He holds the post of assistant professor at the Polish Philology Institute at the University of Wroclaw.
Przerembski, Zbigniew Jerzy, Ph.D., ethnomusicologist, he works in the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw and in the Department of Musicology at the University of Wroclaw. His research interests lie at the styles and genres of Polish and European folk music, computerized analysis, musical instruments and performance practice. He has contributed more than 150 articles on these topics. His books include Style i formy melodyczne polskich pieśni ludowych [Styles and melodie forms of Polish folk songs] (Warsaw, 1994), Dudy. Dzieje instrumentu w kulturze staropolskiej [The bagpipes. The history of the instrument in the old-polish culture] (Warsaw, 2006) and Dudy. Instrument mało znany polskim ludoznawcom [The bagpipes. An instrument almost unknown to the Polish folklorists] (Warsaw, 2007). He has also done some editorial work on the series Polska pieśń i muzyka ludowa. Źródła i materiały [Polish folk song and music. Sources and materials].

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Rakowski, Andrzej, professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and retired professor of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. His main field of research is the acoustics and psychoacoustics of music, particularly the problems of pitch and timbre perception. He is the author of over two hundred research articles and monographs, including Kategorialna percepcja wysokości dźwięku w muzyce [The categorial perception of pitch in music] (Warsaw, 1978). He was also editor of Studia nad wysokością i barwą dźwięku w muzyce [Studies on pitch and timbre in music] (Warsaw, 1999) and Kształtowanie i percepcja sekwencji dźwięków muzycznych [The shaping and perception of sequences of musical notes] (Warsaw, 2001). He is an ordinary member of the Polish Academy of Sciences and honorary president of its Acoustical Committee.
Rakowski, Andrzej, professor senior of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and retired professor of Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. His main research field is acoustics and psychoacoustics of music, particularly problems of pitch and timbre perception. He is the author of four books and over two hundred articles published in Poland, USA and Japan in monographs and periodicals (Acustica, Archives o f Acoustics, Journal o f the Acoustic Society o f America, Journal o f the Catgut Acoustical Society, Music Education Bulletin, Psychology o f Music, Qualitative Linguistics, and others). He is ordinary member of Polish Academy of Sciences and honorary president of its Acoustical Committee.
Reybrouck, Mark, studied physical education, physical therapy and musicology. He is currently professor of music at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium) where he is involved in the teacher training and the course of music psychology. His major research interests are music semiotics and listening strategies with a research agenda that includes both theoretical and empirical work. His theoretical contributions deal with musical epistemology, with a major focus on musical sense-making in real-time listening situations, the related topic of music as experience and the embodied and enactive approach to music cognition. As such he has explored the biological foundations of musical epistemology and the possibilities of biosemiotics and ecological perception and has made major attempts to translate them to the realm of music. Besides this theoretical work he is also involved in empirical research on representational and metarepresentational competence of children in music listening tasks.

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