Interview of Ol'ha Hubarzhevs'ka about her life history and that of her husband Fr. Ihor Hubarzhevs'kyi up to the point of their arrival in Germany at the end of World War II.
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Original VOA label reads "Easter Mass, Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Wolodymyr in N.Y.C." Live recording of the Paschal Liturgy celebrated at the Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Volodymyr on W. 82nd St. in Manhattan. The celebrants were the rector of the Cathederal Mitred Protopresbyter Ivan Danylevych and Protodeacon Mykhailo Ol'khovyi . The choir was conducted by Dr. Vasyl' Zavitnevych.
Radio Liberty program produced in New York City with Mykola Francuzenko (as "Oleksandr Tereshchenko") and Iurii Lavrinenko (as "Iurii Haidar") on Plast in Toronto, the Ukrainian faction in the pre-Revolution Russian Duma, and the Swingle Singers. Musical selections have been shortened for copyright reasons.
Radio Liberty program produced in New York. Nadia Svitlychna presents interviews and other material related to the life of Gen. Petro Hryhorenko, particularly his time being subjected to Soviet "punitive psychiatry". The complete WMZK radio program with Stets'ko is in the UHEC Archives as 2016.28RL081 in the Maksymjuk collection.
Radio Liberty program reporting on the events following the dedication of the monument to Taras Shevchenko in Washington DC in 1964, including the Youth Festival at the Washington Coliseum, a gala concert at Constitution Hall, and banquet at the National Guard Armory. Includes excerpts of interviews and speeches, as well as a clip of Jack Palance reading an English translation of Shevchenko's poem "Meni Odnakovo" ("I care not"). Reporting by Mykola Francuzenko (under pseudonym Oleksander Tereshchenko).
Радіо репортаж про заходи які відбулися після посвячення пам'ятника Тарасу Шевченку у Вашінгтоні 1964 р. Ведучий - Микола Француженко (під псевдонімом "Олександер Терещенко"). Подано інформації про фестиваль молоді, ювілейний концерт, та бенкет. Уривки провмов та інтерв'ю представників конгресу Рей Медден, Барратт Огара, Август Йогансен, керівник УНР Миколи Лівецького, др. Василя Кушніра, поета Яра Славутича, та голлівудських акторів Джек Паланс (Володимир Палагнюк) та Майк Мазуркі (Маркіян Мазуркевич). Також чути декламацію Джека Паланса вірша "Мені однаково" у перекладі на англійську мову.
A historical and literary analysis of Anna Akhmatova's poem cycle "Requiem" by Volodymyr Biliaiv, followed by a reading by Mykola Francuzenko of selections in a Ukrainian translation.
Interview of dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher Roma Pryima-Bohachevs'ka recorded at the Soyuzivka resort. Although it begins as a formal interview about her dance work, it turns into a wide-ranging conversation regarding mutual friends and other topics.
Speech by the noted Ukrainian-American lawyer, journalist, and community activist Semen Demydchuk recorded at an unknown live event. His speech is mostly concerned with the history of Ukrainian immigrants to the United States. He recounts the founding of the first Ukrainian churches in the "coal country" of Pennsylvania, issues with "latinization" in the Ukrainian Catholic Church, the origins of Ukrainian fraternal organizations, Ukrainian language schools, Ukrainian-American assemblies (one of which he himself was instrumental in organizing), post-WWI and post-WWII community activities, the current state of the Ukrainian-American community, and prospects for the future.
Recording of speeches made at the "Zustrich" ("Gathering") of members of the ODUM Ukrainian Democratic Youth Organization in 1965 on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the organization's founding.
Запис промов на ОДУМ-івській Зустрічі в 1965-му році з нагоди 15-и ліття заснування ОДУМ-у. Говорить Микола Степаненко та інші невідомі промовці.
Live recording of a memorial service that took place outdoors in front of St. Andrew Memorial Church on St. Thomas Sunday, including speeches and prayers by Metropolitan Mstyslav and Valentyn Moroz (who had arrived in the United States days earlier).
Statement by Mykola Rudenko at the State Department commemoration of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Translator: Stefan Maksymjuk.
Radio Liberty program produced in New York City with Mykola Francuzenko (as "Oleksandr Tereshchenko") on two concerts of Ukrainian music and dance at the 1964 New York World's Fair, along with interviews of a singer with the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka and the director of the dance ensemble.
Live broadcast of the Paschal matins from St. Andrew Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Los Angeles on the Voice of America. Principal celebrant is Fr. Stephen Hallick-Holutiak with co-celebrants Fr. Teofil Buzenko and Fr. Lev Porendovs'kyi. The "Oleksandr Koshyts'" parish choir directed by Gregory Hallick-Holutiak sings the hymns and responses.
Radio Liberty program produced in New York City with Mykola Franuzenko (as "Oleksandr Tereshchenko") and Iurii Lavrinenko (as "Iurii Haidar"). Includes interview with Dr. Myron Zaryts'kyi of the Ukrainian Medical Association of North America, the history of the Soiuz vyzvolennia Ukrainy, and the music of Spain. Musical selections have been shortened for copyright reasons.
Radio Liberty program produced in New York City with Mykola Francuzenko (as "Oleksandr Tereshchenko") and Iurii Lavrinenko (as "Iurii Haidar") covering the current life of Ukrainians in Australia, the 1902 peasant uprising in the Kharkiv and Poltava regions and the role of the Revolutionary Ukrainian Party, and the music of Brazil.
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