Laci Nitra - Aďes aba me maťuvav

created: 19. 03. 2024 07:32 modified: 19. 03. 2024 07:33

The song "Aďes aba me maťuvav" - halgató, was documented on the Vlachika Roma Culture Festival named Amari Luma (Our World) in Komárno, as a part of a performance of a family music band Laci Nitra. Author of the lyrics and music is Ladislav Németh, who is also the performer.

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern folk orchestra original Romani Ladislav Németh general audience internal



Ľubomír Gašpar

created: 15. 03. 2024 07:33 modified: 15. 03. 2024 07:34

Mgr. art Ľubomír Gašpar comes from Detva, currently lives and works in Bratislava. He studied cimbalom at the Ján Levoslav Bella Conservatory in Banská Bystrica, later at the Ján Albrecht Music and Art Academy in Banská Štiavnica. Currently, he is a student at JAMU in Brno. In addition to being a professional musician, he also works as a music teacher at the Dezider Kardoš Private Conservatory in Topoľčany. His musical direction is multi-genre, combining elements of folklore, classical music and jazz. He is part of several musical groups, e.g. SOLE, Ľubomír Gašpar Cimbal Project, with which he recorded two albums: The Point Of View, which won the Rádio Heads Award for the best album in the World Music category in 2017, and Ľubozvuk (2021). He is also a permanent member of the group Manuša, with whom they released an album of the same name in 2022.

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue guided Slovak Ľubomír Gašpar general audience internal



Vladimír Slávik

created: 14. 03. 2024 10:32 modified: 14. 03. 2024 10:41

He comes from Banská Bystrica. He was taught about music by his grandfather, who himself played accordion and loved Romani music. He also is passionate about Romani music, he finds it his favourite. He plays in the bands from Horehronie Region - the Pokoš, the Haviars, the Gabriš.
He studied playing cimbalom in Elementary Music School in Banská Bystrica. He is a member of several folk groups. Currently, he is a student of the Jessenius Medical Faculty in Martin, Comenius University. If compared to Slovak folk music, the Romani folk music is more temperamental, more sensitive to music and harmony.

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue general Vladimír Slávik cimbalista general audience internal



Ján Rigo

created: 14. 03. 2024 06:41 modified: 14. 03. 2024 10:42

Ján Rigo comes from Bratislava. He attended the Folk Conservatory, he is a long-time musician playing the double-bass, currently as a freelance musician. He played together with many renowned musicians both in Slovakia as well as abroad. He is a guest musician performing with the bands Gipsy Way Ensemble, Gypsy Jazz SK (the music band lead by Ján Berky-Mrenica Jr.) and at the time of the recording he was a permanent member of the group Manuša, with which he released an album of the same name in 2022.

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue guided Slovak Ján Rigo internal general audience



Typhus

created: 13. 03. 2024 08:44 modified: 13. 03. 2024 08:45

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.
The title of the painting is Typhus. The author adds a line to the painting:
"The painting symbolizes the victims of typhus in the labor camps."
Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal



Loneliness

created: 13. 03. 2024 08:37 modified: 13. 03. 2024 08:39

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.
The title of the painting is Loneliness. The author adds a line to the painting:
"Hopelessness and loneliness, a sense of helplessness."
Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal



Unborn

created: 13. 03. 2024 08:23 modified: 13. 03. 2024 08:26

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.  
The title of the painting is Unborn. The author adds a line to the painting:
"Among the victims of the brutal murder was a woman 7 months pregnant."
Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal



Power

created: 13. 03. 2024 07:51 modified: 13. 03. 2024 07:53

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.
The title of the painting is Power. The author adds a line to the painting:
"The manipulation of power, of the sovereign people, took its toll. Everyone had to follow the decisions of the highest."
Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal



Fear

created: 13. 03. 2024 07:42 modified: 13. 03. 2024 07:43

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.  
The title of the painting is Fear. The author adds a line to the painting:
It depicts the feelings of fear and anxiety after soldiers raided settlements and took families to labor camps.
Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal



That's What Happened

created: 12. 03. 2024 14:38 modified: 12. 03. 2024 14:39

The author of the the picture is the painter Jozef Fečo. The painting belongs to the collection of 10 paintings depicting the theme of the Romani Holokaust. The collection is titled Devouring. The collection of paintings was created with financial support, the scholarship provided by the Fund for Promotion of the Culture of the National Minorities in Slovak Republic.
The painting is painted with acrylic paints on canvas measuring 100 cm x 110 cm.  
The title of the painting is That's What Happened. he author adds a line to the painting:
"Shoes that were left by the dead in the massacres in the Auschwitz concentration camp."

Jozef Fečo is a graduate of the Secondary Art School in Prešov, majoring in design and artistic wood shaping. He is particularly interested in the mimics of human faces, their expressive value and typical personality traits. In 2015 and 2019 he created a series of 23 large-format paintings for the State Scientific Library in Prešov called Unknown Colours of Personalities.

category: fine arts

tags: secular material artistic 2D artifact painting Jozef Fečo general audience internal


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