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Andrzej Paszkiewicz was a Carmelite monk and composer in the city of Kraków who must have had his musically most productive time around the middle of the 17th century. What survived of his musical oeuvre are two masses (of which one is only signed with the monogramme "A.P." and thus cannot be attributed with full certainty) and "Cantilena de Passione Domini" from 1669.
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