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Joanna Romaszko

Joanna Romaszko

Joanna Romaszko


Joanna Romaszko is a young guitar player and singer. Her first recorded song is "Lekcja Historii Klasycznej", originaly written by Jacek Kaczmarski. She is also a great interpreter of sung poetry - she uses her clear, semi-opera and soft voice, to move the mountains, raise the waterfalls, to spread her Spiritual Force all around the world. Author of many short poems - some of them are funny. She enjoyes poetry. Leśmian, Gałczyński, Ziemianin and all this stuff. Read more on Last.fm
Joanna Romaszko is a young guitar player and singer. Her first recorded song is "Lekcja Historii Klasycznej", originaly written by Jacek Kaczmarski. She is also a great interpreter of sung poetry - she uses her clear, semi-opera and soft voice, to move the mountains, raise the waterfalls, to spread her Spiritual Force all around the world. Author of many short poems - some of them are funny. She enjoyes poetry. Leśmian, Gałczyński, Ziemianin and all this stuff.

She has also a tendency to sing other people's songs better then themselves. Her interpretation of "Pieśń V" reaaaly rocks, dude. Joanna and some of her friends (including her cousin, Michael) creates a webzin called "Periodyk Poetycki". We don't know what is the profile of this magazine, but we will surely check it in the future. We suspect that she has some connections with promotion (what?!) of POETRY (horror!!!)! [update: for today, we know everything about the team of "Periodyk..." - but we can't spread those informations] Read more on Last.fm.

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