This is of course a solemn high Mass recently celebrated by Cardinal Burke. Although it is in Poland any priest prior to Vatican II could have gone to any country and celebrated the very same Mass he celebrated in his hometown and it would be exactly the same except of course for the homily that he would need a translator, but not the Mass itself. In other words, he would not need to be an expert in the Polish language or in any way be exposed to Polish in order to celebrate Mass to a packed church in Poland.
Please note that for the casual observer it is difficult to tell when the Mass actually begins and actually ends which is exactly as it is for the Divine Liturgy which is open ended and as though it has no beginning or end, quite mystical in this regard and shows how the EF Mass and Divine Liturgy come together in this regard.
Please note too how cultural developments over the ages led to different expressions in terms of the vestments, but very similar in high art and quality which the Orthodox have maintained to this day but the Latin Rite jettisoned over night with the new order Mass, inorganically in favor of low art and poor quality vestments devoid of ornamentation. The same can be said about chant being jettisoned overnight and inorganically in favor of low art and poor quality music, something unheard of in the history of the Catholic Church, east or west!
The Cardinal also mentioned his – “very painful” as he emphasized –
experiences connected with the consequences of liturgical reforms: the
interior of the churches was re-ordered, with the most beautiful
objects, especially the high-altars, removed. There was no longer
careful attention paid to the sacred linens, vessels and vestments. It
became common to hear “not very beautiful and often banal contemporary
music. Latin was seldom or never heard. (...) A situation which was
greatly aggravated by experimentations with the Rite never seemed to
end”, he concluded.