Within the premiere episode of “Xięgarnia”, bassist, composer and songwriter Piotr Pawłowski in an interview with Filip Łobodziński about his debut “Bass Diaries” explains the connections between music and Polish companies. – It’s the bass participant who drives the opposite buddies to their houses after the rehearsal and after the live performance, as a result of he all the time makes positive that each one the gear is packed – he says.
Bassist, composer and songwriter Piotr Pawłowski has been working in managerial positions in Polish and international corporations, primarily within the space of HR, for the reason that starting of the financial transformation. “Bass Journals” is Pawłowski’s prose debut. The title could appear deceptive, because it means that it’s about music, however the matter of the fledgling, rising Polish corps, well-known to the creator, is essential. When requested by Filip Łobodziński how he manages to reconcile these worlds, he replies that “enjoying bass is similar to Human Assets, coping with worker capital”.
– It performs a type of a servant position in relation to actual monetary, gross sales and manufacturing administrators – he says. – The position of the bass guitarist is principally the identical. He has a servant operate. It’s he who takes his different buddies residence after the rehearsal and after the live performance, as a result of he all the time makes positive that each one the gear is packed on the bus. Largely he’s extra acutely aware right here – he explains.
Within the second a part of “Bookshop” Justyna Sobolewska reads Flannery O’Connor. In flip, the creator’s assessment of Max Cegielski’s new publications, among the many really helpful titles, consists of the long-awaited Polish model of the novel by the creator of “Vegetarian” by the South Korean author IIang Kang – winner of the Worldwide Booker Award.
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