Roger Deakin in Baligród, Poland - between late 20th Century, 12:00 AM and early 21st Century, 12:00 AM
from Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees, page 229:
We buy breakfast in the baker’s and sit eating it on a bench in the chilly square beside an antique tank, its muzzle still aimed squarely at the Ukraine. A multicoloured crocodile of school children clutching balloons on strings and singing a patriotic-sounding song issues from the school and straggles past us on an outing to the grimy old Orthodox church, onion-domed and now dilapidated.
Roger Deakin, Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees (London, 2008), p. 229. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1661009644773 accessed: 3 February, 2023
Listening tohide composers
|a patriotic-sounding song||performed by Polish schoolchildren|
|Date/Time||between late 20th Century, 12:00 AM and early 21st Century, 12:00 AM|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, outdoors, in public|