|Single by Edyta Górniak
|ORCA, Pomaton EMI
|Jacek Cygan, Rafał Paczkowski
|Edyta Górniak singles chronology
“To Atlanta” (This is Atlanta) is a single by Edyta Górniak for the 1996 Olympic Games.
"To Atlanta" was the Polish anthem for the Olympic Games '96 which took place in Atlanta, USA. The single was released exclusively in Poland and was produced for Polish Olympic Foundation. The song has never been released on any of Edyta's albums.
The single cover includes pictures of Edyta (by Marlena Bielińska) as well as various athletes (by IndexStock).
Robert Marek Korzeniowski is a Polish former racewalker who won four gold medals at the Olympic Games and three gold medals at World Championships.
Edyta Małgorzata Bartosiewicz is a Polish rock singer, composer, and songwriter. In Poland, she's known for her highly reflective and unusual lyrics. Sixteen of her singles reached the top of Polish Radio charts. Over the course of her musical career, she has received five Fryderyk Awards – the most important recognition in the Polish music industry.
Great Britain, represented by the British Olympic Association (BOA), competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. British athletes have competed in every single Summer Olympic Games. 300 competitors, 184 men and 116 women, took part in 175 events in 22 sports.
Edyta Anna Górniak is a Polish pop singer with a career spanning 3 decades. She is noted for possessing a wide vocal range of approximately four octaves. Górniak started as a musical theatre actress in 1990. She performed in the most popular musical in Polish history, the Tony Award-nominated Metro. Some of its shows took place on Broadway. Górniak was Poland's first representative in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 with the song "To nie ja". She placed second which remains the country's best result. This started her decades-long career as a pop singer in her native country and internationally. She is the recipient of the Bronze Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis for her contributions to the arts.
Kyrgyzstan a delegation to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy from 10–26 February 2006. This was Kyrgyzstan's fourth appearance at a Winter Olympic Games. The delegation consisted of a single alpine skier, first-time Olympian Ivan Borisov. His best performance was 41st in the men's giant slalom, and he was disqualified from the men's slalom.
"One and One" is a song written by Billy Steinberg, Rick Nowels and Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo. The song was performed by Edyta Górniak. It was covered by Robert Miles in 1996.
"To nie ja!" was the Polish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994, performed in Polish by Edyta Górniak. This marked Poland's debut at the contest, and consequently the first time that the Polish language had been used in a contest entry. The song achieved second place in the Eurovision final – at the time the highest ever placing attained by a debut song. It was released as a single in English as "Once in a Lifetime".
"Maljčiki" is the second single by the Serbian and former Yugoslav new wave music band Idoli. It also appeared on the Yugoslav new wave compilation Paket aranžman which is one of the most important Yugoslav rock releases.
"When You Come Back To Me" is the first single from Edyta Górniak's second album Edyta. This song reached number 3 position on MTV Asia.
A listing of releases by Edyta Górniak, a Polish pop singer.
Invisible is the third studio album and second international album by Polish singer Edyta Górniak, known as "Edyta". It was released in Poland under the title Perła.
"Impossible" is a 2003 single by Edyta Górniak from the album Invisible.
“Anything” is the second single from Edyta Górniak's self-titled second studio album. The song was written by Pam Sheyne and Will Mowat and produced by Christopher Neil. The single was released in Poland and Belgium. It had some success in Spain. The maxi single of "Anything" includes a cover of A-Ha's song "Hunting High and Low", which was initially available as a bonus track only on the Japanese edition of the album. The single cover includes pictures by photographer Marlena Bielińska.
Love Is On The Line is the second single by Polish singer Edyta Górniak, written by Australian singer Kylie Minogue.
E·K·G is the fourth studio album by singer Edyta Górniak. It was released in Poland only.
Edyta Dzieniszewska-Kierkla is a Polish sprint canoer who has competed since the late 2000s. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, she finished fourth in the K-4 500 m event. In June 2015, she competed in the inaugural European Games, for Poland in canoe sprint, more specifically, Women's K-4 500m with Ewelina Wojnarowska, Karolina Naja, and Beata Mikołajczyk. She earned a bronze medal.
My is the sixth studio album by Polish recording artist Edyta Górniak, released through Anaconda Productions on February 14, 2012.
Edyta Jasińska is a track cyclist from Poland. She represented her nation at the 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.
"Grateful" is a single by Polish singer Edyta Górniak. The song was released on 24 February 2016. It was written by Karlina Covington, Monika Borzym-Janowska and produced by Monika Borzym-Janowska, Mariusz Bogdan Obijalski, Robert Kamil Lewandowski.
Roksana Emilia Węgiel, also known as Roxie, is a Polish singer who rose to fame in her native country after winning season one of the Polish version of The Voice Kids in 2018. She represented Poland in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with the song "Anyone I Want to Be", and went on to win the competition becoming the first Polish entrant to win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.