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The Music & Dance Of Poland : Mazowsze (2007)
(DVD)

Call Number DVD/793.31/MUSIC


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Published: New York : WLIW, 2007
Description:  1 videodisc (approximately 90min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English


Title from disc label

Bonus material: Dances from Szamotuly -- Ej przelecial ptaszek (A Little Bird Flew Over the Woods) -- Dances from Lublin -- Laura i Filon (Laura and Philon) -- Lowiczanka -- Songs from Cieszyn -- Chodzony & Mazurka from Wilanow -- Dwa serduszka (The Little Hearts) -- Szla dzieweczka (A Village Girl Walking to the Forest) -- Bells, songs & dances from Limanowa

Mazowsze performance troupe; narrated by Bobby Vinton

A thrilling kaleidoscopic display of dazzling movement, vibrant color and stunning beauty. The incomparable Mazowsze (Mah-ZOF-sha) performance troupe whirl and leap, stamp and glide in a glorious outpouring of sound and motion, rhythm and music that celebrates the cultural legacy of Poland. Polish-American entertainer Bobby Vinton narrates. While the choreography and musical arrangements represent 39 distinctive ethnographic regions of Poland with traditional performance styles, the appeal of Mazowsze's dynamic stage show goes beyond audiences of Polish descent. An ensemble of 65 dancers and singers are arrayed in a seemingly never-ending series of handmade traditional costumes -- more than 1,000 in total, one more dramatic and colorful than the next and some weighing as much as 30 lbs., making their energetic gravity-defying leaps, twirls and lifts even more impressive. A full 23-member orchestra performs music ranging from Chopin to simple folk melodies beloved by the Poles for centuries. Strategically mounted high definition cameras and microphones capture this stellar performance, recorded live at the Polish National Opera House in Warsaw, Poland

Rating: Not rated

DVD, 16:9 widescreen; Dolby Digital stereo; shot in HD but formatted for standard display



Kolem, Kolem (In a Circle, In a Circle) -- Kujawiak - A dance from the region of Kujawy -- Co ja mysle (What I Think) - sung in costumes from the White Kurpie region -- Carnival time in the town of Wilamowice -- Krakowiaczek -- Krakowiak -- Songs & Dances from Jurgow in the Podhale mountain region -- Bamberki -- Jokes & Dances from Podegrodzie -- Wine Gathering Dance from Lubusz -- Dances of the Highlanders from Tatras -- Handkerchief Dance from Zywiec -- Cyt, Cyt (Hush, Hush) - sung in costumes from the Lowicz region -- Furman (The Coachman) -- Finale

Related Searches:
Folk music -- Poland.
Folk dancing -- Poland.
Folk songs, Polish.
Polish language materials
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Additional Credits:
Hammond, Roy A.
Vinton, Bobby.
Mazowsze Polish Song and Dance Company
WLIW (Television station : Long Island, N.Y.)

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