Polish Pani Mloda
Traditional Bridal Dance
Like You Never Saw It Before!
The Bridal Dance is the last dance at a Polish wedding.
The bride dances with all the guests at the reception ending with her mother and father.
Keeping the tradition alive with the next generation is important.
The parents of Beth and Holly are doing their job well with this YouTube video clip.
These two teens really get into the traditional Polish wedding dance recorded 45 years ago.
Just click the forward arrow below.
The YouTube video will take 15 minutes to load with a dial-up connection but is worth the wait. Go get a coffee or better yet a Rolling Rock in the green bottle.
Microwaving a Kielbasa or stuffed cabbage will also work well and add to the atmosphere of the video clip.
Polish Wedding Memories
A great collection of music for a Polish wedding.
Recorded in 1962 and originally released on LP, this CD has been a best seller for over 40 years and the music has been played at more Polish weddings than you can count.
The lively version of the Polish Bridal Dance with Polish verses and polka refains is a real highlight of this CD. Some claim Ja Parobek Z Kapusan Czardas to be the greatest hit on the CD.
Bruce Kryger is a Grammy nominee.
The Kryger Orchestra was honored by the Pennsylvania Senate in the bill making Polka Music the Official Folk Music of Pennsylvania
Make your wedding special.
Songs on the CD are:
The Polish Bridal Dance - As playing above.
Twelve Leaves Oberek (Part I) - Dwanascie Listeczkow
Twelve Leaves Oberek (part II)
Polish Love Waltz
Ja Parobek Z Kapusan Czardas
Hop Siup Polka
Rocky Glen Polka
Daj Money Polka
Little Boy Oberek
Rocking Chair Oberek
Close Hop Suip Polka
This is also a personal favorite of ours.
You can get the CD by emailing email@example.com for full order details.
The CD is $13.99 plus $2.50 shipping per order. Get an extra copy for Dad for Father's Day.
Your wedding won't be complete without it.
If you are a wedding DJ with Polish clients, you need this CD yesterday.
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