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Tracklist:
1. Stojom Na Zdradzie
2. Ka Wysokie Góry
3. Dzisiok Tak Tu Smutno
4. Słonecko
5. Moja Miło Frajerecka
6. Wysoko w Turnicach
7. Dlo Hanicki serce
8. Ej, mój miły Janicku
9. Dezertery
10. Ocy
11. Muzykanci Zagrojcie
12. Ona W Górze
13. Mikułas, Mikułas
14. Ponad Janosika

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"The book of the Carpathian highlanders" gesture is another item in the series entitled The Legendar, which acquaints the readers with the colorful world of folk beliefs and applications. In the case of the book about robbers, both heroic figures recorded in highlanders' tales count, which is documented by ethnographic knowledge. The great advantage are also illustrations by Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych.

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

"The book of the Carpathian highlanders" gesture is another item in the series entitled The Legendar, which acquaints the readers with the colorful world of folk beliefs and applications. In the case of the book about robbers, both heroic figures recorded in highlanders' tales count, which is documented by ethnographic knowledge. The great advantage are also illustrations by Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych.

The robber did not care so much about the outfit, but about the weapon - I guarantee freedom, independence, strength and meaning. The main part of the weaponry was a firearm: a rifle, a half-hook, a shotgun, a rifle. guns appear in use later. The weapons were complemented by a knife and an ax (ciupaga). An ice ax was also in use, i.e. "a long, thick stick with a handle. One side of this handle is deed with sharp axes, the other is with a hook. Below the handle, consisting of an ax and a hook, the shotgun's zipper is often effective. The barrel to her is the stick. With this striker, he gives a forward shot to his opponent, the highlanders can deftly throw and chop. According to Simplicissimus, each highwayman had a rifle, an ice ax and a ciupaga at his belt.

Poles do not goose, they have their Robin Hood. And it's in much more pleasant circumstances of nature! The book by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sali reminds that not only did Janosik's Polish demoniac happen. The Harnasians who "took the rich away, forgave the poor" and reigned on the mountain passes were more. The author counted them nearly 40:

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

The robber did not care so much about the outfit, but about the weapon - I guarantee freedom, independence, strength and meaning. The main part of the weaponry was a firearm: a rifle, a half-hook, a shotgun, a rifle. guns appear in use later. The weapons were complemented by a knife and an ax (ciupaga). An ice ax was also in use, i.e. "a long, thick stick with a handle. One side of this handle is deed with sharp axes, the other is with a hook. Below the handle, consisting of an ax and a hook, the shotgun's zipper is often effective. The barrel to her is the stick. With this striker, he gives a forward shot to his opponent, the highlanders can deftly throw and chop. According to Simplicissimus, each highwayman had a rifle, an ice ax and a ciupaga at his belt.

The robber did not care so much about the outfit, but about the weapon - I guarantee freedom, independence, strength and meaning. The main part of the weaponry was a firearm: a rifle, a half-hook, a shotgun, a rifle. guns appear in use later. The weapons were complemented by a knife and an ax (ciupaga). An ice ax was also in use, i.e. "a long, thick stick with a handle. One side of this handle is deed with sharp axes, the other is with a hook. Below the handle, consisting of an ax and a hook, the shotgun's zipper is often effective. The barrel to her is the stick. With this striker, he gives a forward shot to his opponent, the highlanders can deftly throw and chop. According to Simplicissimus, each highwayman had a rifle, an ice ax and a ciupaga at his belt.

There is a historical reason in this folklore patience. If the streak leaders had some obligations to the rest of robbers, they were combined with the division of booty, which were mostly "naturals", ie dresses, damasks, velvet, footwear, weapons and, finally, valuables.Baczyński and comrades assault the tailor, expecting The money tailor did not Young Men'is, so the smuggled-up robbers took him "three cloth gowns of blue, not sewn and trousers of ten dark blue, new ones". Baczyński leaves for himself "one dress and one trouser", he sells the rest of the spoil to the credit of Kazimierz Kowalczyk. Wojtek Klimczak with the "robbery family" demanded, in turn, Count Sunnegh from Bielsko, among others two pieces of red and two green cloths, a powder stone and a pair of pistols. Mateusz Klimczak set himself a precedent "from the golden ring to the horse." The robes stolen by Mr. Łodzyński were divided by robbers. "Klimczak received a velvet, lined with a velvet that he had put on, a velvet he gave for storage, and he ordered to sew shirts." Bandos Janosika the tailor Martynek z Jabłonkowa "went cabot".

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

Poles do not goose, they have their Robin Hood. And it's in much more pleasant circumstances of nature! The book by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sali reminds that not only did Janosik's Polish demoniac happen. The Harnasians who "took the rich away, forgave the poor" and reigned on the mountain passes were more. The author counted them nearly 40:

Superhuman powers, amazing adventures and the fight for justice are not the domain of only American superheroes. The native heroes are presenting the "Book of Carpathian highwaymen", a new item from the acclaimed series "The Legend." As many as 37 harnasies come to life on the pages of a compendium based on dozens of stories and legends. The book was illustrated by folkloristic and like specialists. This is the first publication of this type in Poland. "Book of Carpathian robbers" is a proposal for everyone interested in the phenomenon of old robbery and Carpathian folklore. The book contains historical biographies of the famous harnasies, reflections on their place in the culture of the Carpathians, memories of only legendary robbers and nearly 90 collected applications, told anew in an entertaining way.

Poles do not goose, they have their Robin Hood. And it's in much more pleasant circumstances of nature! The book by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sali reminds that not only did Janosik's Polish demoniac happen. The Harnasians who "took the rich away, forgave the poor" and reigned on the mountain passes were more. The author counted them nearly 40:

The outfit worn on the exit castrate festival consisted of the white-haired girls wearing "tight pants". Over time, the cut of the shirt changed and the bag of the late nineteenth century already consisted of two parts: the upper called "lejbikiem" and the bottom of the petticoat referred to as the "saucer", tied at the waist with a string or rubber. On a lejbik or a small hill, the highlanders put on a top shirt, the so-called blouse with a richly creased flange and wide puffed sleeves. On a daily basis, the highlanders wore skirts from "gray" colored in navy blue with white patterns using the "batik" method. Maidens and a married husband usually wore skirts from patterned Tibet. Góralka Żywiecka, a young lady and a married woman put on a corset from the castrate velvet of a patterned Tibet. The older highlanders, in addition to the corset, put in some kind of castrate "jaklicki". To the outfit for the skirt, aprons sewn from white, linen canvases, cotton, batust and muslin were put on. Every day and from the holidays, they put on leather quilts and cords of real beads.

There is a historical reason in this folklore patience. If the streak leaders had some obligations to the rest of robbers, they were combined with the division of booty, which were mostly "naturals", ie dresses, damasks, velvet, footwear, weapons and, finally, valuables.Baczyński and comrades assault the tailor, expecting The money tailor did not Young Men'is, so the smuggled-up robbers took him "three cloth gowns of blue, not sewn and trousers of ten dark blue, new ones". Baczyński leaves for himself "one dress and one trouser", he sells the rest of the spoil to the credit of Kazimierz Kowalczyk. Wojtek Klimczak with the "robbery family" demanded, in turn, Count Sunnegh from Bielsko, among others two pieces of red and two green cloths, a powder stone and a pair of pistols. Mateusz Klimczak set himself a precedent "from the golden ring to the horse." The robes stolen by Mr. Łodzyński were divided by robbers. "Klimczak received a velvet, lined with a velvet that he had put on, a velvet he gave for storage, and he ordered to sew shirts." Bandos Janosika the tailor Martynek z Jabłonkowa "went cabot".

Poles do not goose, they have their Robin Hood. And it's in much more pleasant circumstances of nature! The book by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sali reminds that not only did Janosik's Polish demoniac happen. The Harnasians who "took the rich away, forgave the poor" and reigned on the mountain passes were more. The author counted them nearly 40:

Poles do not goose, they have their Robin Hood. And it's in much more pleasant circumstances of nature! The book by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sali reminds that not only did Janosik's Polish demoniac happen. The Harnasians who "took the rich away, forgave the poor" and reigned on the mountain passes were more. The author counted them nearly 40:

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