Visvaldis Gedulis, Mirdza Nāruna - Latvian folk songs album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Latvian folk songs
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SIDE 2. Latvian Folk Songs By Volfgangs Dārziņš. Author – Volfgangs Dārziņš. 10. Darkness, What Darkness - Tumsa, tumsa. 11. I Was A Lad - Es bij puika. I Have Nine Rose Gardens - Man deviņi rožu dārzi. Visvaldis Gedulis, baritone Mirdza Nāruna, piano.
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Latvian folk songs in ZemgaleIeva ZeltiaLaura ViumaLatvian folk songs in ZemgaleLatvian folk songsLatvian folk songs are short, usually in quatrains. It may contain an observation, a conclusion, guidance, a description of a magical or practical activity, or emotion. Family or seasonal ritual songs are arranged in accordance with the ritual's scenario. Simultaneously the songs helped to organise the ritual and also provided an explanation toward the meaning of a certain activity.
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Collecting and publishing folk songs became an essential activity during the period of national awakening. Krišjānis Barons (1835-1923) is the one Latvian who to this day can be held responsible for summarizing the most complete anthology of Latvian folksongs. Between 1895 and 1915 he published six volumes and eight books containing 217 996 folk song texts. Nowadays the collection has grown to approximately . million texts and more than 30 000 different melodies.
The southern Italian folk songs on this album probably sound fairly similar to those of the 13th century, when troubadours entertained the King of Naples and Sicily. The songs and instrumental numbers include love songs, dances, a lullaby, and one intended to drive away evil spirits. Liner notes feature photographs of traditional scenes and descriptions of each tune as well as lyrics, as sung and translated into English.
100 Latvian Folk Songs. 100 Latvian Folk Songs.