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Adam Wagrowicensis (Composer)
Born: Margonin, Poland
Died: 27th August 1629, Wagrowiec, Poland
Adam of Wągrowiec (also Adam from Wągrowiec) (Polish: Adam z Wągrowca) was a Polish composer and organist, as well as a Cistercian monk in the Wągrowiec cloister.
He was born in Margonin. He was famous during his life, and was invited to inspect a new organ in Gniezno cathedral on 17 March 1620. Over twenty of his compositions for organ were found in the Samogitian tablature (ca. 1618) in Lithuania.