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Polish musicians compose song dedicated for the Pope

2012-06-27

PRZEMYSLAW BIGOSINSKI
Musican, Kombinatorzy Band (Poland)
"It's a great thing to bring these people from band to the Pope. It's a special song written for the Pope and I think the Pope is happy for this because it was in two languages in polish and in German.”

This group travels to different cities, filling the streets of different countries with their music. While visiting the Vatican, they all played a song about the work of Benedict XVI. One thing they are all convinced of is that the Pope seemed to enjoy it.

PRZEMYSLAW BIGOSINSKI
Musican, Kombinatorzy Band (Poland)

"I think the Pope liked the song because he spoke German and understood the letters.”

The band features a tuba, banjo, and accordion that helped to brighten the end of the general audience. They were joined by many onlookers, including these newlyweds.


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