Visitors will be able to find out at a new exhibition opening on Saturday in the southwestern German city of Karlsruhe.
The show is called "Through the Soundproof Curtain. The Polish Radio Experimental Studio.”
It aims to introduce Western European audiences to work produced by an innovative studio run by the Polish public broadcaster from 1957 to 2004.
"Music for half the science-fiction cinema in communist-era Poland and for many productions in Central and Eastern Europe was created at this centre,” said Michał Mendyk from Poland’s Adam Mickiewicz Institute, a joint organiser of the exhibition.
The exhibition is being staged at the Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe for six months.
Britain’s Labour Party has undergone a kind of gravitational collapse. Its fringes have fallen into its center, forming a black hole that is a maelstrom of anti-Semitism. Hard to imagine that only a decade ago it was the most mainstream of parties. Its leader Tony Blair preached a mixture of social justice and free markets. The speed with which Labour has fallen to extremists should serve as a wake-up call.