Monday, March 29, 2010

Michał Kleofas Ogiński : Composer of famous Polonaise


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micha%C5%82_Kleofas_Ogi%C5%84ski

Friday, March 26, 2010

Oginski Polonaise - worth listening to

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQwRYqqqHnY

In Related News: Mud Hens Add 15-Scoop Sundae To Ballpark Menu


The Toledo Mud Hens, the AAA affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, are hoping to scoop up some more business this season with some new menu items.V/Gladieux has unveiled several new food items that will be available to fans at Fifth Third Field in 2010. The star of the show is the Fifth Third Fanatic Freeze sundae--which is 15 scoops of ice cream!"Fifteen scoops of Toft’s ice cream...it will serve 1 to 8 fans, you can enjoy by yourselves if you love ice cream or share with family and friends," said V/Gladieux General Manager Craig Nelson. "Every year we compile a list of potential new menu items. The list is comprised of suggestions from our fans as well as new products presented to us from our suppliers."The Fanatic Freeze will be five scoops of three of your favorite flavors. It costs $25 and is served in a life-size batting helmet, just like the ball players wear! It is topped with whipped cream, hot fudge, rainbow sprinkles, peanuts, and cherries.Other new food items include the Chicken Caesar Wrap, Buffalo Chicken Wrap, Fritos Chili Pie, We Be Ribs (a pulled pork sandwich), and a Creamsicle Float.Opening day is April 8.

Polish American Night at Fifth Third Field

Celebrate your Polish heritage and enjoy a great evening at Fifth Third Field as the World Famous Toledo Mud Hens take on the Norfolk Tides!
Saturday, June 19, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M.
All Tickets are $15.00 per person and include the following::
• A Pre-game concert by the Touch of Brass-Starts at 5:30 p.m. (Jim & Stas' are in this group)
• The Polish National Anthem will be played along with the United States'
National Anthem before the game
• Post-Game Fireworks
• One Souvenir Item
• Admittance to Post-Game party at P.R.C.U.A Hall with food and beverage
and entertainment provided by Touch of Brass


Monday, March 22, 2010

For your scrapbook


Here's a blurry photo of the band from the performance on Saturday.

Mark your calendars: "Music in the Park Series"


"Music in the Park"

Friday, July 23rd 6:30-8 pm

Lake Township, Wood County, Ohio


here is a link to their website:



what's a wamba?

I met Mark Moffit of the King Wamba parade on Saturday at the Sister Cities event. I had invited him to hear us perform the Wamba March. Below is a link to the parade's website and more about the history of the event. We will do some investigating to find out more about the history behind the actual music, Mark was unaware that such a piece existed.


Friday, March 19, 2010

Trivial Photo: Publishing House of our "Polish Books" ca.1910

Władysław H. Sajewski standing in the front of his music store at 1017 Milwaukee Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. Ca. 1910


http://www.polishmuseumofamerica.org/v4/images/CPRFeature200901/WSajewskiMusicStoreMilwaukeeAveCa1910_800x492.jpg

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Andrew S. Majer


Andrew S. Majer
3-13-1924 ~ 3-15-2010
Andrew 'Andy' was born in Karatfold, Hungary and came to the U.S. in 1951 receiving his citizenship March 21, 1957. He married his favorite nurse Nancy (Simon) on October 10, 1953 at St. Stephen Catholic Church. Nancy preceded him in death in September of 1991. Andy worked at Nabisco, L.O.F., and retired from Toledo Public Schools. He was proud of his Catholic faith and for many years sang in the Choir at St. Stephen and St. Thomas Aquinas. He was also an usher at St. Thomas and had been an active member of the Holy Name Society as well. Andy was also a proud member of the Knights of Columbus joining Our Lady of Fatima Council 3564 and later transferring to St. Jerome Council 11450. He became a Sir Knight of the Toledo General Assembly 807 (now the Bishop Hoffman Assembly) in 1964 and was active with honor guard for many years. He was also active in the community until an unfortunate accident several years ago. He volunteered with the Area Office on Aging, the Senior Centers in East Toledo and Rossford and R.S.V.P. program with the Toledo Police Department. Andy is survived by his brother, Frank (Gizella) of Gersakarat Hungary; sons, Steve (Patti) of Toledo, Mark and daughter, Jayne, of Oregon; grandchildren, Andrew and Bridget, of Toledo; great-grandson, Clayton, of Toledo; nephews, Laslo and Frank and niece, Margaret and many great-nieces and nephews in Hungary. Friends may visit Freck Funeral Chapel, on Wednesday, March 17, 2010 from 2-9 p.m. where the recitation of the rosary will take place at 7 p.m. with 4th Degree K. of C. services at 8 p.m. Funeral services will begin in the funeral home on Thursday at 9 a.m. and continue on with the Mass of Christian Burial in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Burial will follow in Lake Twp. Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. http://www.freckchapel.com/

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


On the Mall March with Kazoos | Upload Music

Some Confirmed Event Dates

  • 5/31 Memorial Day at Mt. Carmel Cemetery
  • 6/21 Wildwood Metro park
  • 7/11 Lagrange Street Festival
  • 8/28 G.A.F. Oregon, OH

Monday, March 15, 2010

International Festival update

International Festival Update

 

I am excited for us to play this Saturday next to the Erie Street Market for the International Festival from 11:55 to 12:30. Stands will be provided. I have been informed that the Festival has already sold 500 tickets to the event.  Local news personalities will be the masters of ceremonies and the event will be filmed.  This is NOT a political event.

 

The event will feature multiple groups 

 


TIME: Saturday 11:55 AM-12:30 PM

 

 LOCATION: NEXT TO ERIE STREET MARKET – DOWNTOWN TOLEDO, OH

 

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=ERIE+STREET+MARKET+TOLEDO,+OH&sll=42.114792,-80.092416&sspn=0.233285,0.395164&gl=us&ie=UTF8&hq=ERIE+STREET+MARKET&hnear=Toledo,+OH&ll=41.645518,-83.543354&spn=0.003572,0.006174&t=h&z=18

 

ATTIRE: SUMMER UNIFORMS

 

STANDS PROVIDED.

 


 

This festival is an attempt to revitalize an old tradition of an international festival in Toledo, OH.

I met with many performers last night and think this will be a fun event.

Arrive approximately 45 minutes before our performance.  If you wish to come earlier and/or stay later, please feel free.  I believe the festival would be enhanced greatly by those of you who can stay and mingle with the public.

 

 

See you Tuesday.

 

 

Thanks,

Nathan