Tomasz Jeż


studied musicology in Warsaw, Göttingen and Berlin. After his doctoral promotion, he was employed at the University of Warsaw. As part of the “Columbus” program of the Foundation for Polish Science, in 2007/08 he completed a scientific internship at the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu. He is the author of four books and over sixty articles devoted to the issues of source studies and ideological aspects of musical culture. His main field of research is the musical culture of Silesia and Poland in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. He is the head of the research project entitled The musical repertoire of the Society of Jesus in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1565–1773), financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education as part of the “National Program for the Development of Humanities”. The research results of the participants of this project are published in the series Fontes Musicae in Polonia, which includes catalogues of musical items, facsimile editions of sources, thematic monographs and critical editions of the musical repertoire. They appear simultaneously in a printed version and in pdf files available at