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Sarisan


 Sarisan

Visit the music of your ancestors from the comfort of your home with the music of Sarisan.

The folklore ensemble Sarisan was founded in 1967 in the village of Velky, Saris near the district town of Presov in eastern Slovakia, Its founders were rank-in-file lovers of folk art and folklore traditions based on authentic folklore from eastern Slovakia.

The ensemble consists of three groups: the musical group, the singing group and the dancing group. All three groups work together to foster the folklore traditions of the Saris region.

This cassette was recorded at Peppermint Productions in Youngstown, Ohio while the group was on an American tour.

Members performing on this recording are Vincent Fedor (Director), Lubomir Simsik (Violin), Miroslav Schvarcz (Violin), Peter Silmak (Clarinet), Josef Hrusovsky ( Cimbal), Michal Kiselak (Accordian), Ladilsav Kiselak (Contrabass), Anna Poracova (Vocals), and Stansilav Gala (Vocals).

Songs on the cassette include A Ja Taka Dzivocka, A Ja Taka Carna, Oj Janicku, Trlala, A ta Nasa Zahradecka, Hej Bul Ja Parobecek, Za Jareckom, Us Ja Se Osenil, Tak Se Mi Nevesti, A Kec Ti Me Rada Mas, Siroko Korene, U Vranove Budnuju, Tri Hvizda, Kamaratko Moja, A Okolo Levoci, Ani Ja Ne Stadzi, Ceresen Ceresen, Mala ja Frajira Sokolika, Ej Kacmarecko Nasa, Vcera Vecar, Hej Mam Konicka, Hej Ani Ja Ne Juhas, Hej A Ja Som Baca Som, Zaspivaj Skovranku, and Vispim Ja Se Vispim.

Available on cassette, this recording sells for $9.00 plus shipping and handling.

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 Ja se neozenim

Fans of Sarisan from Spis will welcome the addition of the CD Ja se neozenim to their music collection.


Songs on the CD include Pod oblackom, Ej povedal mi mili, Ja se neozenim, Isla bim na tanec, Dumace parobci, Verskom zelenim, Ej dumala moja mac, Hucala dubrava, Ferene Joska, Vimietala ruru, Ej naco su mi naco, Stiri kone dya holubi, V tej Kluknave hraju, Cijo idze dziefec, Medzi dvoma horami, Pusitec na mamicko, Bodaj psi v valali, Striji se ceresen, Od Presova bije banda, and Isla zena do ml'ina.

This CD was recorded, produced and manufactured in the Slovak Republic and imported to America by It's All Relative.

Available on CD, this recording sells for $16.00 plus shipping and handling.

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 Siroko korene

Sarisan is joined by the female singing group (zenska spevacka skupina) on the cassette Siroko korene


Folk band Sarisan also performs on the recording. The music was recorded in Presov. There is over an hour of music on this cassette.

Songs on the cassette include Mal som ctiri volky, Ket ja sebe, A ked ja dvor vimietala, nechoc za mnu, Ket ja kona pojil, Chodzil do na, Nelub dzivce nelub, a 5 minute version of V Raslavicoch, Ket zahraju f tej lipnickej sale, Nize Jakubovjan, Susedovo se hnivaju, Kedna zena muza bila, Kracunovske krucene, Dunaj Dunaj, Hej mam konicka vraneho, Vichodzi slunecko, Isla Hanicka, Ani ja se nevispala, A pod hajom, Hura hura, and Siroko korene - the title track.

The cassette was created directly from a digital master recording.

This cassette was recorded, produced and manufactured in the Slovak Republic and imported to America by It's All Relative.

Available on cassette, this recording sells for $9.00 plus shipping and handling.

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 Krjacok Laliovy

Fans of Carpatho-Rusyn music will love the singing of Anna Servicka on the cassette Krjacok Laliovy

Anna is accompanied by traditional folk instruments and strings of Sarisan on this lively album of folk favorites from eastern Slovakia. If you're a fan of Sarisan, you will quickly add this to your favorites list.


Songs on the cassette include Krjacok Laliovy, Za Dunaj, Mamko Moja, keby Som ja Muza mala, Povedz Mi Povedz, Biela Ruza V Pohariku, Ej Kukucka Kukala, Mala Matka Tri Krasne Dcery, A Na Hore Biely Orgovan, Zelena jedlicka, Kapura Kapura, Za Dedinou Pri Mlyne, Z mestecka Do Mlyna, Dvanasta Hodina, prisla karta, A V Lete V Lete, A Ta Nasa Zahradocka, Bite Ma Rezte Ma, Islo Dievca Z Pola, Polana Polana, Kalina, Ide Postar Ide, and Parada Parada.

Song titles in the liner notes appear both in Rusyn and Roman letters.

This cassette was recorded, produced and manufactured in the Slovak Republic and imported to America by It's All Relative.

Available on cassette, this recording sells for $9.00 plus shipping and handling.

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