I really like webcams and usually have one or another from places in Poland on the screen of my computer. I like to watch the Masses, devotions, and ceremonies taking place in the chapel of Our Lady of Czestochowa. I don't know most of the words of the hymns they sing, but I like listening to the Polish language anyway. I have picked up a few (very few) words, and certainly during a Mass, I can tell what prayers they are saying.
There is a hymn they sing there quite often and I would really like to know something about it. Each line, or verse of the lyrics begins with a word that sounds like "vee-ty" in phonetic English with the "ty" rhyming with the English word "my," like "my book." What is that word? (What is the Polish spelling and what does it mean?)
So, I figured out that the word that is repeated is "witaj." I'm assuming because of the context it is translated "hail." I still would like to know the name of the song, or the rest of the words or the translation...
Yes, it is witaj - hello or welcome. I tried to find it but am not sure about the result: Is it this song?
Thanks for trying, but no, that is not the song. The tune is different; the word "witaj" is sung at the start of several lines, and there is a pause after that word is sung, or maybe I should say the word is sung for...maybe three beats? (I am not very knowledgeable about music matter! )