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  • Banduryst. November 28th, 2009. Italia, 2009, HD, 14'30'' (World Later the same year he writes and directs Banduryst, his second short film. — “Potenza International Film Festival " Banduryst”, potenzafilmfestival.it
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  • The site "Banduryst" was created as a way of comunication between bandura-players, criticists and all people, who like bandura. Information about leading artists of bandura, bandura-players, duets, trios, quartets and other ensembles, concert bills, articles and sheetmusic and mp3, is welcome!. — “Welcome to .ua”, .ua
  • Banduryst. Track. Reviews (3) I may start with the fact that he is a laureate of the first prize of S. Lyudkevych International Contest held in Canada. Or I may start with the fact that he tries to surprise his listeners with this album. And I think he has managed to do that in a full measure. — “Oleh Sozanskiy. Banduryst. // .ua”, .ua
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  • Search. Banduryst. LucaniaFilm 15 videos Subscribe Subscribed. Sign In Banduryst. Link to this comment: Share to: see all. All Comments (0) Respond to this video. — “YouTube - Banduryst”,
  • Banduryst-Guitarist Jurij Fedynskyj, of New York has relocated to Kiev to join the Also Ukrainian freestyle banduryst Roman Hrynkiv participated. — “Haydamaky (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Banduryst in the official selection of the JugendMedienFestival Berlin (Germany) Speciale screening of Banduryst in the section "Pearls of International Cinema" at the Festival Internacional. — “Taratata Film”, taratatafilm.it
  • Banduryst. 36x54 (1977) [Home] [Biography] [JFK Portraits] [In The Press] [Letters] [Art Collection] [View Paintings] [Prices]. — “View Paintings”, tkacz-gregoire.ca
  • the most comprehensive directory of ukrainian art resources BANDURYST. Berlin #54 S. VASYLKIVSKY. BANDURYST. Published by Olha Diakova &Co, Berlin (Printed Color Postcard From The Early 1900's) (Private Collection) THE GOD ETERNAL IS BORN! Canada. — “BANDURA, KOBZA AND LIRA”,
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  • Photos by Ola, Apr 5, 2008 - Shevchenko Celebration in San Francisco April 5, 2008 Petro - Banduryst, Orel syzyj Ola. Photos ©2010 Google Terms - Download Picasa - Launch Picasa - Privacy Policy - Developer - Blog - Google Home. — “Picasa Web Albums - Ola - Shevchenko_SF_08”,
  • Women playing the bandura: challenging the discourses of nationhood from Ethnologies provided by Find Articles at BNET to a mid-30s, obviously respected and well-known male banduryst from Ukraine (trying to get him to pose elegantly with his. — “Women playing the bandura: challenging the discourses of”,
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  • History of the Bandura, biographies, a chorus discography, schools, and more. The Bandura is Ukraine's national instrument. — “Ukrainian Bandura Chorus (UBC)”,
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  • Bandura and Kobza BANDURYST (Bandura and Kobza - Ukrainian cds) $11.99 USD. Play, My Bandura. Songs On Poems of D. Lutsenko (Bandura and Kobza - Ukrainian cds) $11.99 USD. Serhiy Zakharets'. — “Bandura and Kobza - Ukrainian cds”,

Videos

  • Adagio - Ukrainian Bandura - Marko Farion The theme from Tchaikovsky's 6th Symphony "Pathetique" was arranged for the bandura by Hryhory Kytasty and pssed on to his student Marko Farion. Farion is a respected bandurist and vocalist, who has been a soloist with the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, University Circle Chorale and the Detroit Concert Choir. He was a member of the Millenium Choir that recorded Bortniansky's 35 Choral Concertos, and is currently a member of the Michigan Opera Chorus.
  • Marko Farion - Bandurist, Dentist, Opera singer on DetroitUnspunTV 7 Dr. Marko Farion, Detroit area dentist, was featured in the January 13th, 2012 edition of DetroitUnspunTV 7. Originally interviewed for the uniqueness of a local dentist singing in the Michigan Opera Chorus, we found out that he plays a unique Ukrainian folk instrument called the bandura. "Let's also find out about the Ukranian Bandura! There's a doctor who also is very skilled at this traditional instrument from an important ethnic community here in Metro Detroit." is the posting from the original, unedited, full length version of the show.
  • "Почаївська" Бандурист Марко Фаріон • Marko Farion bandura (Part 2) Ukrainian American bass Dr. Marko Farion sings with his bandura in Detroit Concert Choir's "Slavic Voices" concert May 31, 2009. The composition, an ancient religious canticle traditionally sung by blind kobzar minstrels, translates as: "Divine Mother of Pochaiv". The performance was held in the historic Sweetest Heart of Mary Church in Detroit Michigan to a fully packed house. Part 2 of 2
  • "Ой ішли наші славні Запорожці" 1983 Ukr Bandurist Chorus The Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus marked 50 years since Stalin's man-made Famine (1933-34) in which over 8 million Ukrainians starved to death. Legendary director Hryhory Kytasty directs "Oy Ishly Nashi Slavni Zaporozhtsi" - and due to the solemn occasion - to no applause.
  • Арія Кривоноса - Марко Фаріон - Bass Marko Farion Bass Marko Farion explains the setting for, then performs the Aria of Kryvonis from the Ukrainian Opera "Bohdan Khmelnytsky" by Dankevych. Cynthia Webster accompanies. This is an excerpt from the 04/20/1996 concert "Soloists of the Detroit Concert Choir". The concert took place at St John's Episcopal Church on Woodward Ave in downtown Detroit. Farion has been a soloist with the group since 1995 and has performed solo and with his bandura on countless occasions with the DCC.
  • Украіно! Рідна Мати! Марко Фаріон Бандурист This song was composed on the eve of Ukraine's 20th year of Independence, August 24, 2011. After hundreds of years of struggles and oppression, Ukraine finally regained its independence on Aug 24, 1991 - without one drop of blood! This new anthem is to remember the heroes that perished for freedom and the hope that a free Ukraine will flourish!
  • Ukraine TV "Nostalgia" (Part 4) Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus in Crimea 1994 Part 4 of a 45 min. TV program aired in July 1994 in Ukraine discussing the UBC's Black Sea Tour. We see the Detroit based group in excerpts from concerts in Kyiv, Sevastopil and Yalta. Interviews with key figures (Kolesnyk, Lazebnyk, Honcharenko, Farion, Birko, Tytla, Vice-Admiral Ukrainian Navy).
  • Вірую - Марко Фаріон - I Believe (Nicene Creed) Bass Marko Farion sings the "Viruyu" (I Believe), also known as the Nicene Creed, in the traditional Halytskyj napiv. Recorded on Easter Sunday, April 8, 2012 at St Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church in Warren, Michigan.
  • "Чорна Рілля Ізорана" 1983 Ukr. Bandurist Chorus (Farion, Moroz) Live performance of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus under the dir. of Maestro Hryhory Kytasty, with soloists Oleh Moroz and Marko Farion. This was a performance marking 50 years since the man-made famine, orchestrated by Stalin and the communists, wiped out over 8 million Ukrainians in 1933-34. THe chorus is performing in Fitzgerald HS Auditorium in Warren Michigan. There was no applause during this solemn occasion.
  • Ukraine TV "Nostalgia" (Part 1) Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus in Crimea Part 1 of a 45 min. TV program aired in July 1994 in Ukraine discussing the UBC's Black Sea Tour. We see the Detroit based group in excerpts from concerts in Kyiv, Sevastopil and Yalta. Interviews with key figures (Kolesnyk, Lazebnyk, Honcharenko, Farion, Birko, Tytla, Vice-Admiral Ukrainian Navy).
  • Marko Farion - Bass: Reagan Memorial Dinner Since the passing of the Great Communicator, President Ronald Reagan, Michigan 9th District Republicans hold an annual Reagan Memorial Dinner. Dr Marko Farion has sung the National Anthem at most of them. Here he sings the National Anthem at the start of the evening, and concludes with "God Bless America". The evening was held at Petruzzello's Banquet Center on Rochester Road, Troy, Michigan
  • "Марш Поляглих" 1983 Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus The Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, under the dir. of Maestro Hryhory Kytasty, performs at the solemn commemoration of 50 years since Stalin's man-made famine, the Holodomor, where over 8 million Ukrainians perished. There is no applause during this performance (Fitzgerald HS Auditorium, Warren, Michigan)
  • Song about Ivan Sirko - Marko Farion - Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus Pisnia pro Sirka, a historical song arranged by Kyrylo Stetsenko, is performed by a young Marko Farion during UBC's 1985 West Coast Tour. This performance is from the concert in San Francisco's Herbst Theatre on May 14, 1985. Пісня про Івана Сірка (Стеценка) - солозаспів Марко Фаріон, Капеля Бандуристів ім. Т Шевченка, Сан Франціско, 14ого травня 1985.
  • Adagio - Marko Farion - Bandura - Марко Фаріон The theme from Tchaikovsky's 6th Symphony "Pathetique" was arranged for bandura by the legendary Hryhory Kytasty, and passed on to his student Marko Farion. Dr. Farion is a respected bandurist and vocalist, who has been a soloist with many choirs including the Detroit Concert Choir, the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, and currently sings in the Michigan Opera Chorus. The audio was recorded separately and merged with video of his bandura as well as photos taken at the Detroit Opera House. The photos were taken by Karpov the Wrecked Train for DetroitHub and DetroitUnspun. Бандурист Марко Фаріон записав твір Григорія Китастого на тему Чайковського 6-ої Симфонії. Фаріон, бас соліст, був учень Сл. П. Китастого.
  • Kytasty on Kytasty: Petro Kytasty lecture and performance on Hryhory Kytasty On the 10 year anniversary of the death of the legendary Hryhory Kytasty (1907-1984), his nephew Petro Kytasty, a reknown bandurist in his own right, gives a performance/lecture about Hryhory Kytasty at the Emlenton Bandura camp in August 1994, a place Hryhory named "Kobzarska Sich". Video by Marko Farion, bandurist, instructor, and administrator of the camp
  • Ukraine TV "Nostalgia" (Part 2) Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus in Crimea Part 2 of a 45 min. TV program aired in July 1994 in Ukraine discussing the UBC's Black Sea Tour. We see the Detroit based group in excerpts from concerts in Kyiv, Sevastopil and Yalta. Interviews with key figures (Kolesnyk, Lazebnyk, Honcharenko, Farion, Birko, Tytla, Vice-Admiral Ukrainian Navy).
  • Марш "Україна" 1983 Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, under dir. of Hryhory Kytasty, sings this song as a finale to the commemoration of 50 years since Stalin's man-made famine, the Holodomor, in 1933-34, in which over 8 million Ukrainians perished. There was no applause during this solemn occasion, hels at Fitzgerald HS Auditorion, Warren, Michigan
  • "Червоні Маки" Бандурист Марко Фаріон • Bandurist Farion The Red Poppies is an instrumental piece written for the bandura by Hryhory Kytasty (1907-1984) based on a theme by Reinhold Gliere. Bandurist Marko Farion was a student of the late Hryhory Kytasty. Filmed June, 2010.
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  • Lyubomyr Shevchuk - Metamorphosis (bandura) keyboards, guitar - Kimych www.kimych.kiev.ua bandura - Lyubomyr http photo by Yuriy Lazarenko
  • Venus Transit (Sun is so bright that it registers on the video as a negative image!) Transit of Venus in front of the sun on June 5, 2012. Next time this cosmic phenomenon will happen is in 2117! Recorded on my old Flip video - so bright the sun gets recorded as a negative image... Blazing sun that day - like the solar eclipse 2 weeks ago. Video location SE New Mexico.
  • Ukraine TV "Nostalgia" (Part 3) Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus in Crimea Part 3 of a 45 min. TV program aired in July 1994 in Ukraine discussing the UBC's Black Sea Tour. We see the Detroit based group in excerpts from concerts in Kyiv, Sevastopil and Yalta. Interviews with key figures (Kolesnyk, Lazebnyk, Honcharenko, Farion, Birko, Shrubowych,Tytla, Vice-Admiral Ukrainian Navy).
  • "Буря" і "Вставай Народе!" 1991 Укр Капеля Бандуристів Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus. Lviv Opera House, Soloist Yarema Cisaruk sings the monumental piece Buria na Chornomu Mori (Storm on the Black Sea) and follows with Vstavaj Narode! (Arise Ye People!) in a live concert in Lviv - days before Ukraine declares its independance from the USSR.
  • Amazing video of Eclipse! So BRIGHT the sun is negative image! Annular Solar Eclipse captured on Sunday evening May 20, 2012 in New Mexico. The sun was blinding and none of my cameras could handle the blistering sunlight. I had an old flip video and it registered the sun as a negative and the moon was bright. In reality - it was the exact opposite! Amazing!
  • Bandurist Marko Farion sings for 1st Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk Bandurist Marko Farion sings "Kant pro Pochaivsku Bozhu Matir"" and "Duma pro Ukrainu" at a banquet for Ukraine's 1st President Leonid Kravchuk, January 23, 1995, at the Ukrainian Cultural Center, Warren, Michigan. Two kobzar selections: Canticle "About the Divine Mother of Pochaiv" and the Duma (epic ballad) "About Ukraine" sometimes referred to as "About Bohdan Khmelnytsky"
  • Marko Farion sings the National Anthem A traditional rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. Thanks for rating my video! It wasn't selected for the final round (USA Weekend/Smithsonian contest) - but I appreciate your support! Marko from Motown, "the Singing Dentist"
  • Ave Maria - Marko Farion Bass Ukrainian American Bass Marko Farion sings Shubert's Ave Maria at Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Catholic Church in Hamtramck, Michigan (Detroit), October 2011
  • Amazing Grace - Marko Farion Bass Ukrainian American Bass Marko Farion sings Amazing Grace at St Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church, Warren, Michigan. February, 2010.
  • Holodomor - May We Never Forget...Голодомор Chilling archival photographs of the Soviet man-made famine in Ukraine 1932-33, termed the Holodomor, where an estimated 8-10 million Ukrainians perished while the Soviets confiscated record setting harvests - Joseph Stalin's idea of quelling nationalism. Bandura music played by Dr Marko Farion. It was a live performance at Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Catholic Church in Hamtramck, Michigan. The piece is entitled: Tremolo Etude, composed by Marko Farion. Архівні фотографії Голодомору на тлі звуки бандури Марка Фаріона. Пісня "Тремоло Етюд" композиція Фаріона. Ніколи не забудемо...
  • Marko Farion - Bass, Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus With Ukraine still under Soviet rule, the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus made a triumphant tour of Ukraine with the final concert in the Lviv Opera House on June 24, 1991. Here they perform a religious piece banned by the Communists. Ukraine declared independence exactly 2 months later.
  • "Oy Tam Chumak" soloist Marko Farion, Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus live in Alushta, Ukraine Bass soloist and bandurist Marko Farion sings the Chumak song with the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus live in Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine on 7/10/1994 during the UBC's Black Sea Tour.
  • "Блажен муж" 1983 Ukr. Bandurist Chorus Performing at Fitzgerald HS Auditorium marking 50 years since Stalin's man-made Famine of 1933-34 where over 8 million Ukrainians died. Blazhen Muzh is directed by Hryhory Kytasty - and due to this solemn occasion - there is no applause.
  • "Гомін Степів" Бандурист Марко Фаріон • Marko Farion bandura (Part 1) Dr. Marko Farion plays his bandura in Detroit Concert Choir's "Slavic Voices" concert May 31, 2009. The composition, written by Hryhory Kytasty, translates as: "Echo of the Steppes". The performance was held in the historic Sweetest Heart of Mary Church in Detroit Michigan to a fully packed house. Part 1 of 2
  • Бандурист Марко Фаріон • Bandurist Marko Farion (Kravchuk Banquet) Ukrainian American Bass Marko Farion, soloist of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, sings and plays his bandura. He was a last minute replacement and therefore had to announce his selections. The honored guest was Ukraine's 1st President Leonid Kravchuk. Divine Mother of Pochaiv is followed by Duma pro Ukrainu. This performance was captured on January 23, 1995 at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Warren MI.
  • Гомін Степів і Почаївська - Marko Farion - Bandura Bass Marko Farion sets the scene, then performs 2 pieces on the bandura, during a performance of "Soloists of the Detroit Concert Choir" on April 20, 1996. The concert took place at St John's Episcopal Church on Woodward Ave in downtown Detroit. The first piece is the instrumental "Homin Stepiv" (Echo of the Steppes) and the 2nd is an ancient religious canticle "Pro Pochaivsku Bozhu Matir" (Divine Mother of Pochaiv)
  • Kobzari Quartet perform @ 70th Holodomor Commemoration The quartet Kobzari (Pavlo Pysarenko, Yarema Cisaruk, Sashko Shrubowich, Marko Farion) perform at a solemn event marking 70 years after Stalin's man-made famine starved out over 8 million Ukrainians in 1933-34, at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Warren, Michigan, November 2003. The Kobzari are soloists of the Detroit based Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus. They perform "Vstaye Khmara", "Chorna Rillia", "Oy Hore Ti Chaytsi", and "Marsh: 'Ukraina'".
  • "Вкраїно мати!" 1983 Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus The Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, under the direction of direction of Maestro Hryhory Kytasty, performs at the solemn occasion of 50 years since Stalin's man-made famine, the Holodomor, where over 8 million Ukrainians perished in 1933-34. The performance took place at the Fitzgerald HS Auditorium in Warren Michigan
  • Голодомор 50 (1983) Укр. Капеля Бандуристів ім Т Шевченка The Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, directed by the legendary Hryhory Kytasty, performs a solemn program to mark 50 years since Stalin's man-made famine, the Holodomor, in which 8 million Ukrainians perished at the hands of the communist regime. There is no applause during this solemn occasion. Soloists include Oleh Moroz, Marko Farion, George Oryshkevych, Victor Sheweli. This performance was at the Fitzgerald HS Auditorium, Warren, Michigan.
  • Marko Farion - Bass, Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus Prokimen, Apostol + Alleluia: Archiereyska (Bishop) Liturgy with Bishop Hlib Lonchyna celebrating 75 years of Immaculate Conception Schools. Ukrainian American bass Marko Farion solos with the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus. Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Catholic Church, Hamtramck, Michigan. Recorded Sunday, October 23, 2011.
  • Ой у полі нивка - Марко Фаріон Bandura Marko Farion Bandurist Marko Farion plays his arrangement of a traditional Ukrainian folk song on his bandura. This was recorded live in 2011 during a performance at the Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Catholic Church in Hamtramck, Michigan. All photos in this video were taken in Ukraine, the breadbasket of Europe. Ой у полі нивка, нар. пісня, обр. М. Фаріона. Запис із виступу в церкві Непорочного Зачаття, Гемтремк, Мічіган.