New CD the Golden key_2011 is released

17. November 2011
Cultural Institute of Vojvodina's Slovaks has published a new CD from the festival of Slovak popular music the Golden gate 2011.

Audio recording contains 12 new Slovak compositions, which have been presented for the first time on October 16th 2011 in Selenča on the 31st annual of the festival the Golden key. Its co-publisher is the association for the culture protection, tradition and art Selenča.

The composers of the songs are Marína Kaňová, Robert Šimon, Martina Trusinová, Juraj Súdi, Jaroslav Glózik, Ervin Zombori, Imre Babinský, Dobroslav Filko, Pavel Ľavroš, Miloš Simonović, Jefimija Zatanovićová and Samuel Kováč. Their compositions were interpreted by young talented Vojvodina's Slovak singers: Sabina Trbarová, Ivan Slávik, Emanuela Švecová, the trio – Leonóra Súdiová, Anna Berédiová and Ľudmila Ragová, Jaroslav Glózik, Andrea Lačoková, Ivana Vozárová, Pavel Ľavroš, Michaela Kočišová, Anna Zorňanová, Renata Lovásová and music group called Deža Bu.

This is a publication which has a booklet with all texts of the songs from 12 authors. The producer of the CD is Alexandar Banjac  and it was in the studio Do – re – mi in Novi Sad.

During these days most of the Slovak local radio stations and radio Novi Sad will be broadcasted songs from this years festival the Golden key like: Pýtam sa sokolov (I am asking the hawks), Biely šál (the white shawl), Bojujem proti sebe (I am fighting against myself), Ako život žiť (How to live a life), Keď ráno príde (When the morning comes), Kufor spomienok (suitcase of memories), Selina, Všade je tma (Theres darkness all around), Sny mladosti (dreams of youth), Bez teba (without you), Ak ťa raz pohľady nenájdu (if the sights will never find you) a Sama (Alone).

The Golden key this way has opened doors for these new songs to the media world.

Katarína Mosnáková

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