Виконавець – Українська капела бандуристів ім. Т.Шевченка / Ukrainian bandurists chorus, conductor Hryhory Kytasty
Альбом – Вставай народе!
Видавець / каталожний номер: Ukrainian bandurists chorus (?) / 822U 5074-5075 (Інші лейбли)
Рік видання – не зазначено
Джерело – колекція Andriy Vasylyk
01. Вставай народе! / Arise ye people!
Soloist Y.Cisaruk, lyrics by I.Bahrjany, music by H.Kytasty
02. Маєва нічка / A may night
Soloist M.Minsky, lyrics and music by L.Lepky
03. Марш поляглих / March of the fallen (in battles for freedom)
Lyrics by I.Bahrjany, music by H.Kytasty
04. Їхав стрілець на війноньку / Fredom fighter’s farewell
Soloists: P.Pysarenko – tenor, M. Minsky – baritone, lyrics by R.Kupchynsky, music by M.Hajvoronsky
05. Вперед! / Forward advance! (March of Ukrainian Insurgent Army)
Arr. by V.Bozyk
01. Ой у лузі червона калина / Hey! Hey! Hey! We’ll make Ukraine gay
Arr. by В.Kudryk
02. Як стрільці йшли з України / Departure (Great is the girls sorrow, when the freedom-fighters march away)
Soloist М.Minsky, music by M.Fomenko
03. Вкраїно мати / Motherland Ukraine (We have sworn our loyalty to thee)
Lyrics by S.Cherkasenko, rewording by D.Petrivsky, music by K.Stetzenko
04. Чуєш брате мій / Migrating of the cranes
Final solopart P.Honcharenko, lyrics and music by L.Lepky
05. Ти до мене нe ходи / Don’t come courting
Folk song, arr. H.Kytasty
06. March Ukraina
Soloist G.Oryshkewych, lyrict by I.Bahrjany, music by H.Kytasty
Інформація з обкладинки:
Stereo. No. 16.
UKRAINIAN BANDURIST CHORUS
HRYHORY KYTASTY, Conductor
The Ukrainan Bandurist Chorus was organized in Kiev, capital of Ukraine, in 1918, and was dedicated to the memory of the greatest Ukrainian poet, Taras Shevchenko. It consists of 30 male singers, each of whom plays the “Bandura”, a national Ukrainian instrument.
The Bandura became a very popular instrument in Ukraine in the 16th century. It has 30 to 60 strings, ranging through five octaves which are plucked by the fingers, the Bandura unifies, to a certain degree, the principles of two instruments, that of the lute and harp. The sound of the Bandura is somewhat emphatic but gentle.
The Ukrainian Bandurists were admitted to the United States as permanent residents. Since 1949, this Chorus has given constant performances in the leading concert halls of the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, arousing the greatest enthusiasm wherever it performed.
Distributor, UKRAINIAN BANDURIST CHORUS — P. O. Box 119, Hamtramck Br., Detroit, Michigan 48212, U.S.A.