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Bogusławski, Wojciechlocked

  • Barbara Chmara-Żackiewicz

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(b Glinno, nr Poznań, April 9, 1757; d Warsaw, July 23, 1829). Polish impresario, librettist, actor and singer. He was a central figure in the history of the Polish theatre. He studied in Kraków (1770–73), where he attended many theatrical and concert performances organized by Sierakowski, prompting him to change the direction of his career away from the army and towards the theatre. He probably completed his studies at the Piarist school in Warsaw. For a few months during ...

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Polskich slownik biograficzny (Kraków, 1935)
Allgemeine (deutsche) Musik-Zeitung/Musikzeitung (1874-1943)
Slownik muzyków polskich