BOOKS, VIDEOS, & CDs AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SOCIETY FARSAROTUL
Paramithia Ton Vlachon by Zoitsa Papazisi-Papatheodorou. The Title means "Folk Tales of the Vlachs," and this book is a wonderful collection of them. The stories are written in Arumanian and translated into Modern Greek. Paperback. $10.
The Nomads of the Balkans by Wace & Thompson. The classic 1913 work on the history and the culture of the Arumanians. Included is a basic grammar of the Arumanian language, complete with glossary. Every Arumanian should own a copy of this book. Paperback. $15.
An English-Aromanian Dictionary by Prof. Emil Vrabie. The first attempt to create a comprehensive English-Aromanian dictionary. The Society Farsarotul is proud to have sponsored this work, which will be reviewed soon in our Newsletter. Hardcover. $60.
Cantitsi Farsheroteshti by George A. Padioti. An impressive collection of songs of the Albanian Vlachs, a large group that includes the founders of the Society Farsarotul. Written in Arumanian, with sections in Greek. Also by the same author:
Cantitsi Armaneshti di-Aminciu. Songs from the largest and most important Vlach settlement, Aminciu, better known as Metsovo. Written in Arumanian and Greek. Both books paperback; both $15.
The Unwritten Places by Tim Salmon. A deeply insightful and empathetic look at traditional Vlach life and what has become of it today in Greece. Paperback. $15.
Doda by Marcu Beza, with introduction by Tiberius Cunia and translation edited by Nick Balamaci . An entertaining and informative novel about an Arumanian Family. Paperback; $10.
Dhiava by Tim Salmon and Cirrus Films. A documentary about the current state of the annual migration of Vlach shepherds from mountain to lowland pastures. VHS; $35.
Farsarotul Favorites by Nick Zallas and the Odyssey Orchestra. A modern, high quality recording of well-known Arumanian Songs, sung in our language. CD or tape; $15.