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Songs & dances of Ukraine [electronic resource].

Publication:
Mt. Vernon, NY : Monitor, p1995.
Series:
Smithsonian global sound for libraries
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Subjects:
Folk dance music -- Ukraine.
Folk songs, Ukrainian -- Ukraine.
Language:
The songs sung in Ukrainian.
System Details:
Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
The setting sun = Sontze nizenko
Kozachok
The Cossacks are whistling = Zasvistali Kozachenki
Hutsulka
Evening song = Vechirnia pisnia
The fifer = Dudarik
The enamored bandura player = Vsiav bi ya bandura
Curly-headed Catherine = Kucheriava Katerina
Oh, maiden, the frost rustles = Oi, divchina, shumit hai
At the little bridge = Na mistochku
Time to go home = Chas do domu chas
Bukovenian youth dance
There was a crane and his mate = Buv sobi zhuravel ta zhuravochka
The wind blows = Oi, ou poli viter vye
Scatter with the wind = Rozviytesia z vitrom
Song of futility = Daremne pisne
By the mill = Oi tam kolo mlina
Ukrainian folk dance
My little songs = Oi, spivanochki moye
Lost in the orchard = Zabludilas va sadu
Do you hear, brother? = Chuyesh, brate mi?
The quail = Perepilka : Polish folk song sung in Ukrainian
When lovers part = Koli razluchaiyutsya dvoye.
Participant:
Featuring, variously: Ivan Kozlovsky or Boris Hmirya, vocals ; Ukrainian Bandura Players ; Alexander Minkovsky, conductor.
Notes:
Also available, in part, on cassette (Monitor: 51301).
Previously issued as compact disc.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Hmirya, Boris. ,
Kozlovs'kyi, Ivan Semenovych, 1900-1993. ,
Minkovsky, Alexander. , Conductor
Alexander Street Press.
Ukrainian Bandura Players. , Performer
Other format:
51301
OCLC:
689540903
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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