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Walentyn Gawara

Walentyn Gawara Gutek is supposed to have lived at the turn of the 16th to the 17th century; what still exists of his works is a motet to the text "Per merita Sancti Adalberti" from around 1560 to 1570. Gawara Gutek at that time was cantor at St. Mary's Church in Cracow. (That same text had served as an inspiration for a composition in a version for organ by an anonymous composer which is included in the "Tablatura of the monastery of the Holy Spirit" from the year 1548 already.)

Information supplied by Monika Fahrnberger
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