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Moravian Music – Deep Yearning

I have long known the music of various Eastern European countries, but the music of Moravia had somehow slipped past my attention.   So this morning while I was hunting for some music from Albania (as one does!) I noticed a piece of music that said it came from a Moravian film, and was based on the music of the cembalo,  So, as I was sitting peacefully, drinking my morning cup of coffee, I thought “why not check this out?”   So that is what I did, and discovered a whole new sort of music to enjoy and explore. 302 palabras más

Music

Česko: Moravá [2017]

Давно вже хотів поїхати до Чехії. В Кракові вже майже 2 роки, а завжди якось не виходило. Ще в 2014-му році, їздив до Словаччини, Košice… 777 palabras más

Breclav

You must buy Aram Bajakian's DALAVA: THE BOOK OF TRANSFIGURATIONS

I want to shine SPECIAL light on Dalava: The Book of Transfigurations, by Aram Bajakian and Julia Uleha. The record consists of Moravian folk songs collected by Julia’s great-grandfather and translated into English (for the CD booklet) and sung (in Moravian) by Uleha–songs that poignantly express the title theme of form-change as well as of life’s interruptions and general impermanence (so often the three are connected!). 84 palabras más

My Paternal First Cousin Once Removed, Raymond John Mazac

Birth:  Jul. 13, 1928
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA Death:  Jan. 16, 2012
Temple
Bell County
Texas, USA

Raymond John Mazac

Posted: Friday, January 20, 2012…

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Genealogy

Rajec-Jestrebi- Blueberries and Chateaus

Ever wanted something sweet for lunch?

A common type of lunch in the Czech Republic is a fruit dumpling. It was surprising to me that this was a tradition though most people I’ve spoke to have said that they usually only have it once or twice a year. 228 palabras más

Beer

4 January 2017

Today I took a picture of a freebie!

ART

My Paternal Grand Aunt, Hermina "Minnie" (Kasparek) Mazac

Joe Frank Mazac (back row, last on right), and wife Hermina “Minnie” Kasparek Mazac (front row, in front of him), c. 1914, Granger, Williamson County, Texas. 526 palabras más

Genealogy