Traditional music of Poland performed by the Polish Song & Dance Ensemble “Karolinka” featuring many fascinating instruments, such as the trombina (similar to an alphorn), dudy (bag pipes), fujarka (pipes) and others. The ensemble, founded in 1978 follows their basic aim to promote Polish culture and tradition through their music.
Suite of songs and dances from the Lowicz region. Fun and festive Polish folk dance, with prominent male chorale vocals, perfect Mazurka (mazurek) dance, World War II victory scenes. Transitions to mixed vocals and various alternate moods, all festive and happy. Accordion, fiddle and acoustic bass. Mixed Vocals, East European, Poland
Most elegant and heart-wrending Polish female vocal with serene and warm engaging vocal. Perfect for World War II scenes, Eastern European settings, tragedy, bittersweet, heartbreak, and somber longing. Female Vocals, East European, Poland
Suite of songs & dances from the Opoczno region. Festive and bouncy Polish folk dance with mixed vocals, accordian, bass, and fiddle. Starts in festive mode then segues to somber melodramatic Polish lament. Changes again several times, each mood different than before. Fun & generally festive track. Mixed Vocals, East European, Poland
Polish Mazurka folk dance, elegant accordion, fiddle and acoustic bass, with rousing and proud mixed vocals. Perfect for Polish national, World War II, Eastern Europe settings. Mixed Vocals, East European, Poland
Highlanders from Zywiec - a suite of songs and dances from the Zywiec region. Polish traditional - Starts out serene and melancholy with trombina, then transitions to serene female vocals, and then proceeds to a lively and festive folk dance structure with male and female mixed vocals. Female Vocals, East European, Poland