Cyprian Bazylik

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Cyprian Bazylik (c. 1535 in Sieradz – c. 1600) was a Polish composer, usually designated as C.B. or C.S. (Cyprian of Sieradz). Besides writing music, he was also a writer, poet, and printer.[1]

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  1. ^ Michael Ostling -Between the Devil and the Host: Imagining Witchcraft in ...2011 - Page 52 "First publ. at the press of the Calvinist humanist Cyprian Bazylik, who may also have been the author: unlike the other works discussed here, the Lawsuit was a sophisticated work of prose"