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4 webpages Website of the Song and Dance Ensamble of the Jagiellonian University. in Krakow. Founded at the university in 1959, group is composed mainly of students and employees of the Jagiellonian University and other academies and colleges in Krakow. Its many awards indicate it to be among the best folk groups in Poland.
197 links Links to 67 Polish and Polonian Dance Ensambles in 9 countries.
1 webpage Temporary webpage allows one to enter one's email that will permit the ensamble to be notified one when the page is fully restored
950 words A January 2003 article the Warsaw Voice weekly. Written in anticipation of a performance being given in Warsaw, the article provides rich information about the company.
1,400 words An August 2007 article in PLUS, an online Journal of Polish American Affairs. The article gives a history of the dance company and a wealth of detail about it.
1,110 words The Mazowsze Polish State Folk Dance and Song Ensemble in its heyday year, 1982, gave 144 performances. Thia 2003 interview with Director of the Ensemble provides more recent information about the Company.
1,470 webpages Polish flag   Website of the Ensemble, earlier created as the Polish State Folk Song and Dance Ensemble "Slask". Gallery of Photograps, 10 .mp3 files, history of the ensamble, etc.Site presents photographs of dancers from various locations in Poland and short descriptions of the type of dances.
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