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Folk And Great Tunes From Siberia And Far East (2CD)
 
13,00 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
na sklade / dostupné okamžite
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
CPL061
 
 
EAN kód:
4251329500474
 
 
Autori:
traditional
 
 
Vydavateľ:
CPL MUSIC
 
 
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Disk 1 von 2 (CD)

1

Ayarkhaan: Artic Ocean
2
Yat-Kha: We Will Never Die
3
Ne Asia: Village Dances
4
Polyn': Mal'Chik
5
Bolot Bairyshev: Ochi Bala
6
Ulger: Chylgyche Yry
7
Dimitry Paramonov: Po Matushke Po Volge
8
Lydia Chechulina: Palan Chants
9
Inga: Traktor
10
Uutai: Legend About Ancient Fight
11
Khartyga: My Kargyraa
12
Alexey Khovalyg: Dorum Doyun
13
Oktai: That We Should Build
14
Ug-Shig: Chavydag
15
Sretenie: Pri Doline Kust Kalinovyi Stoyal
16
Vedan Kolod: Near The Spring
17

Zor: Tumer Khaita

Disk 2 von 2 (CD)

1

Krasota: Golymba
2
New Asia: Topshur
3
Inga: Yokhor
4
Ulger: Khalyn Churt
5
Vedan Kolod: Serbiyanochka
6
Bolot Bairyshev: Saint Ukok
7
Ayarkhaan: Kyrgys Uietin Tuhunan Nomoh
8
Alexey Khovalyg: Teve-Khaya
9
Olga Lastochkina: Zarya
10
Uutai: Singingg Sky
11
Oleg Napevgi: Vstrecha
12
Yosif Zhukov: Toommi
13
Khartyga: Kongurei
14
Khara: Ognennyi Buben
15
Yat-Kha: Shartylaam
16
Zor: Buryad Duun
Popis
New edition of the "Folk And Great Tunes" series. This time it goes to the far east to Siberia. 34 traditional folk / wordmusic songs finely compiled on two CDs, released via CPL-Music Siberian folk music today is not about the "seemingly authentic" Soviet folk ensembles or professional choirs known in this country. To understand this, one must look far back in history: In the USSR, the state saw itself as the "educator" of the country's indigenous peoples. Moscow provided guidelines that fit the official state doctrine. This policy had nothing whatsoever to do with the cultural tradition of the indigenous peoples. In the past twenty years, however, the ruins of the "official Soviet n tradition" more and more independent projects in folk music emerged In the regions of Siberia and the Far East, people still talk about the displacement they experienced in the 1950s. At that time, Moscow pressured many Russian and indigenous residents of the region to move to larger settlements with state-built housing. People were explicitly encouraged to "modernize" their lifestyles. They did try to link their traditions to the same myths and legends that had been passed down through many generations, but these efforts were not always successful.
 
 
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