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Katarzyna Sobczyk

Katarzyna Sobczyk (February 12, 1945 – July 28, 2010) was a Polish singer. She was born as Kazimiera Sobczyk in Tyczyn, Poland. From 1964 to 1972, she was a member of the band Czerwono-Czarni.

Later she and her husband Henryk Fabian were vocalists in the band Wiatraki. She died from breast cancer in a hospice in Warsaw-Ursynów on July 28, 2010, aged 65. [1]

Awards

Well-known songs

  • Mały książę (lyr. Krzysztof Dzikowski, mus. Ryszard Poznakowski)
  • Nie bądź taki szybki Bill (lyr. Ludwik Jerzy Kern, mus. Jerzy Matuszkiewicz)
  • O mnie się nie martw (lyr. Kazimierz Winkler, mus. Józef Krzeczek)
  • Biedroneczki są w kropeczki (lyr. Agnieszka Feill, Artur Tur, mus. Adam Markiewicz)
  • Nie wiem, czy to warto (lyr. Krzysztof Dzikowski, mus. Zbigniew Bizoń)
  • Trzynastego (lyr. Janusz Kondratowicz, mus. Ryszard Poznakowski)
  • Był taki ktoś (lyr. Krzysztof Dzikowski, mus. Mateusz Święcicki)
  • To nie grzech (lyr. Andrzej Kudelski, mus. Krzysztof Sadowski Snr.)
  • Cztery maki (lyr. Krzysztof Dzikowski, mus. Mateusz Święcicki)

References

  1. ^ Obituary (in Polish)
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