Dordzhieva, Tatiana / Beltsykova, Maria - Kalmykian Archaic And Soviet Folk

Dordzhieva, Tatiana / Beltsykova, Maria - Kalmykian Archaic And Soviet Folk

Katalog: Musik
EAN: 5411867334828
Bestellnummer: 6733482
Veröffentlichung: 18.10.2019
Set-Inhalt: 1
Format: Vinyl LP
Verpackung: Vinyl
Genre: Weltmusik
Label: Sub Rosa
Anbieter: Quatermass SPRL
Preiscode: 280
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Kalmyks (Oirats) - sind Teil der westmongolischen Ethnie auf dem Gebiete des heutigen Russlands.... mehr
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Kalmyks (Oirats) - sind Teil der westmongolischen Ethnie auf dem Gebiete des heutigen Russlands. Die beiden alten Ladies wurden in dne 40ern deportiert und präsentieren archaische Folkore.

Kalmyks (Oirats) - are part of the Western Mongolian ethnos, living on the territory of modern Russia. Tatiana Dordzhieva and Maria Beltsykova were deported to Siberia. The 2 energetic and charismatic grand mammas present here traditional Kalmyks songs (songs about the deportation of Kalmyks in 1943-1944) and Soviet Folklore.






Tracks:

Side A
1. Narmin Sanchir (Song about a man called Narmin Sanchir)
2. Erdnin Haalga (Song about a girl called Erdnin Haalga)
3. Tsagan Sarin dun (Tsagan Sar Celebration Song)
4. Saig säähen saaryl (Beautiful Dun Pacer Horse)
5. Hürmin dun II (Wedding Wish Song)
6. Om maani padme hum, Otchi Manla örshäthä/Sümin magtal     (Prayer to Buddha of Medicine / Praising Song to Buddhist Gods and Temple)
7. Sivrin dun (Song about Deportation to Siberia)
8. Matsha Sanji (Song about Matusha Sandzhi) (1)
Side B
1. Matsha Sanji (Song about Matusha Sandzhi) (2)
2. Muhna Tsagan/Ovshin Hööchi     (Song about an hunter girl called Muchna Tsagan / song about a man called Ovshin Hööchi)
3. Aakin küüken Kotush (Song about a young girl called Kotush)
4. Hal_myg teg (Kalmyk Steppe)
5. Elistin suvsyrsyn sö (Pearl night of Elista City)
6. Shin jil (A New Year Song)
7. Alta gideg gazrasyn_ (From the land called Altai)
8. Ashtab polk (Song about Communist Army)
9. Samarin gurvyn tolgadyn_ (Among the three hills of Samara)