Bogurodzica is the oldest hymn and poetic text written in Polish language, dated to the XII-XIV century. Author is unknown. It was often sang as anthem by Polish knights before battles. It also accompanied the coronation ceremonies of some Polish kings.
Party song from 18th century about friendship and wine. "Kurdesz" is word of Turkish origins that means brother/comrade and was popular interjection in old party songs in Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Some Polish patriotic songs to celebrate National Independence Day, created in collaboration with Currymalker. Today's the anniversary of the restoration of Poland's sovereignty in 1918, after 123 years of partition. This one is from November Upsing.
March of Polonia (Polish word for people of Polish origin who live outside Poland). Song was created in America in 19th century.
Polish patriotic song of the 1st Brigade of Polish Legions leaded by Józef Piłsudski. It's now an official anthem of the Polish Armed Forces. "They shouted we were done for, not believing, that where there's a will there's a way!" ♪
It was written during WW1 to honour "The Gray Infantry" (Szara Piechota) - their modesty and willingness to fight for their motherland without expecting any recognition. In memory of all those who died so we may live free.
Written by Maria Konopnicka in 1908 (music composed by Feliks Nowowiejski in 1910) as a protest against the German Empire's oppression and suppression of Polish culture. "We won't have Poland's name defamed, we won't step alive into grave!" ♪
Song written by Jan Pietrzak in 1976