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"You Are My Sunshine" is a popular song first recorded by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell in 1939. Since then, it has been covered numerous times by many artists all over the world. Today Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron dedicates this song to her friends and family.
Another classic song by "The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron. Original performance by Hanka Ordonowna in 1930, composer Enrique Delfino, text by Hanka herself.
"The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron revives the pre-War Polish cultural spirit through her singing of Hanka Ordonowna's hit song "Like a blue dream".
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"The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings Hanka Ordonowna's nostalgic song about birthplace which nobody can ever forget.
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"The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings at her hometown Gdansk in Poland.
"The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron revives the pre-War Polish cultural spirit through her singing of Hanka Ordonowna's hit song "Ring".
Polish newspaper "Tydzien Polski" (Polish Weekly) published this photo in their 4 May 2018 edition about Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron as a candidate for Tottenham Hale councillor in local London council elections 2018 representing "Duma Polski=Polish Pride". The caption states at the bottom that Dorota's song "Pierscionek" is a "must-see" with over 158,000 views.
"The Voice of Old Poland" Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron revives the pre-War Polish cultural spirit through her singing of Hanka Ordonowna's hit song "Forgotten song".
Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron lights up the Christmas spirit and wishes everybody never ending happiness and peace on earth. This is her new song for the coming festive season.

The Voice of Old Poland - Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings Hanka Ordonowna's classic song in her fond tribute to the great singer.

The Voice of Old Poland - Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings Hanka Ordonowna's classic song in Sopot, Poland; her home town where she grew up and trained to be a singer. She dedicates this song to her family from the Polish city of Lwow before the Second World War, who have all passed away in course of time.
Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings this song in her tribute to Hanka Ordonowna.

Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings this song in her tribute to Hanka Ordonowna.


Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings for her friends and family in her tribute to Hanka Ordonowna.


Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings this song in her tribute to Hanka Ordonowna. This sensual tango was composed by Fred Melodyst in 1932. Lyrics were written by Ordonka herself. Dorota dedicates this song to her family and friends.


Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron sings this song in her tribute to Hanka Ordonowna.


In November 2013 Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron delighted her friends and family with a wonderful performance of Hanka Ordonowna's "Blue Express". It was one of the famous songs sung originally by Ordonowna in 1930's.


"Who cares for our love?" (1932) is a famous Polish tango by Hanka Ordonowna. Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron pays her tribute to this great Polish culture shattered by the World War II by reviving this song on a lovely summer day at Alexandra Palace in London in 2012.


Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron dedicates this song to her friends and family. The original song by Hanka Ordonowna (1934 ) plays in the background.


Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron dedicates this song to her friends and family, whose fond memories have inspired her to sing this nostalgic love song "Love forgives all" by Hanka Ordonowna - a song which she's cherished since her childhood. Here she sings with Hanka Ordonowna's song playing in the background.


Szczescie raz sie usmiecha ( Luck smiles only once) is a famous Polish tango by Hanka Ordonowna. Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron pays her tribute to this great Polish culture by reviving this song in 2013.


This song was recorded by prominent Polish singer and actress Hanka Ordonowna and featured in her film "Szpieg w masce" ( A spy in the mask ), 1933, composed by Henryk Wars, lyrics by poet Julian Tuwim. Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron devotes this song to her friends and family.


In the summer of 2013 in London by the river Thames, Dorota Lopatynska-de-Slepowron dedicates this song to her friends, family and to the memory of Hanka Ordonowna who sang this song "Tied are my hands" in 1936. The song was written by poet Julian Tuwim.