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Published on Sep 13, 2007
This tango - whose name "Łyczakowskie" comes from the name of the Lwow's colourful suburb "Łyczaków" - is one of the whole series of pre-war songs about the city of Lwow. Ever since the loss of Lwow to USSR after the year 1945 - due to post-war Western allies' obedience to Stalins' pressure on depriving Poland of this most heroic of the Polish cities, who always firmly guarded Poland's eastern border - the memory of Lwow has remained forever the non-healing wound for each of Polish hearts.
Recording: Chór Dana acc. by accordeon - Tango Łyczakowskie(L.Haber/Z.P.Haar) Odeon c. 1930