There are 5 Polish National Dances having the special place in the history of our country. Those dances came into existence during the partition of Poland in the nineteenth century. They became the symbol of Polish cultural independence and national spirit. Both musical and dance forms are very developed and make inseparable integrity.
Our group presents three of them:
Programme presenting Polish regions:
Gorzów Wlkp. as a Polish town was inhabited after II world war by people from different parts of country. And that's why The “Mali Gorzowiacy” presents folklore of those regions, including their characteristic elements such as: dances, songs, costumes, instrumental band composition, cries, dialects.
- Dances and songs of the Orawa Highlanders part I part II
Programme consists of traditional dances and songs from Orawa Mountains , duration 12 minutes
- “Przyjechał Jasieńko” (“Jasieńko arrived”) film film
Dances from Rzeszów, the most dynamic and difficult dances region in Poland. Duration 14 minutes
- „Sobótki łowickie” („St John's night in Łowicz”) film film film
Songs, dances and customs from Łowicz region connected with St John's night -21/22nd June. Duration 15 minutes.
- Songs and dances of East Cracovians, duration 8 minutes. film film film
- „Jędrzejowe wróżby” ( „Fortune-tellings of Jędrzej”) film
Silesian customs for girls who want to know their future, it is on St Andrew day, 30 November. Apart from fortune-tellings performance includes Upper Silesia dances and songs. Duration 12 minutes
- The group programme consists of many short, single folk musical compositions for folk-band and very melody folk-songs. film film