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 Post subject: Re: Тraditional music from countries where you come from
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:10 pm 
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^ I've never heard any of the songs that you've posted here, but they are amazing. I've heard of the Xhosa and their "click" language, but of course have not yet - until now - heard what it sounds like! Beautiful, beautiful song... ^_^

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I just LOVE this thread! I've heard a bit of this before but it's so nice to see it moving into the 21st century with all its enthusiasm intact and more fans than ever...

If you can find a short sentence, it's fun to try to speak !Xhosa... darn hard if you aren't used to it! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xhosa_language

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I can't hear any of the songs posted here at the moment :( but I will check them out as soon as I get home; I'm a big fan of national music and culture and am really happy a thread like this came up :bounce:
Now here are some of my favorite Traditional Bulgarian Songs ^_^ :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJy-DCWBW60

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dX5ix8KmSj0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJi3tjzRNHs

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Here where I live in the southern San Diego, less than 10 minutes from the Mexican border (We can see the lights of Tijuana from our front yard) we have a lot of "Mariachi" bands... 8) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariachi

This one is my mine and my mom's favorite songs from a more professionally organized mariachi performance.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukFkdtd1IAY

These are wonderful grouping of mariachi bands performing with a short introduction...
:eee: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qrv8dYDZlQQ

These are some clips of some small Mariachi bands performing from where I live.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4caAqjBziyI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=UCN ... =endscreen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlQNdwH9 ... re=related (my highschool)

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Timeless topic of discussion on the Balkans ... Which song on which country belongs :)
Nazad,nazad Kalino mome in macedonian way - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKMQ0JjW00g

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I :heart: mariachi !

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I love this thread - as I get introduced to so many beautiful songs that I otherwise might never have known. ^_^

This song is a Canadian classic, as is its singer, Anne Murray. While it's a relatively "new" song comparatively speaking, it is very much loved "tradition". Snowbird: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVNj9Pl-i7I

Turns out that Henny (being of a younger generation), has not until today had the opportunity to experience this bit of Canadiana. Now she has...with me singing the chorus to her! :rolling:

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@BeeKay I like the song. Timeless as from another dimension :)


This is one of my favorites. When i go to kafana i always order this one to the band that sings. :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDbUjraK6-Q

Аnd here you can hear a mix of Macedonian songs for the soul. These songs in kafana with good company and i am done. :-)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OC4LPqnx0s

Of the Macedonian Schlagers these are my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUOlk0B-7T8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKvLnYTM53g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUg-1VQPVP0

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Here's a very traditional drum/chant song from my Father's father's tribe:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tkcr6aV ... ults_video

I caution you...no one looks or dresses like that anymore.

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^ beautiful drumming and chanting!! :-) :-) :-)

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I was listening to this on the radio this morning and just had to post it here

Jack Parow's music style is very similar to that of Die Antwoord - Afrikaans rap, except he is just a lot more talented and under-rated. This song just makes me smile, "Eksie Ou" is slang for Ek is die ou which means "I'm the man"

If anyone would like a full translation - I will be happy to oblige but some of the satire / comedy may be lost in translation :(

Such a cool song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0Nwn5Q_fjQ

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I'm part Native American so I listen to a lot of Sacred Spirit. Which is ironic because it's a German music production duo collaborating with Native American singers and chanters.

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What a lovely thread! :heart:

Here is the national anthem of my country, Chile. (with english subtitles included ;) )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvkVX99nBUc


The traditional folkloric dance is called "Cueca"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cueca

People dancing Cueca in traditional outfits:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvGURVqOmH0

Here is one of the most popular Cueca songs, called "La Consentida" (the spoiled girl):
*This song is about a guy who is so in love with his girl, that he doesn't mind to spoil her. He says:
"Let me call you my spoiled girl, because you can get everything from me with your ways: my love, my
idolatry and then my passion, night and day."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOMGci5AWKw

And here are two of the most popular traditional folklorik tunes :
Chile Lindo (Beautiful Chile) the name says it all ^_^
Some of the lyrics say: "Help me, pal, to shout a "Viva Chile" the land of the fieldfares and the red copihues (*traditional flower) With it's White Mountains...Damn! my land is so Beautiful! There is no other else that can compare to it, not even if we look for it with candle lights! (*the song is really old and it was written BEFORE any electricity was available in the countryside)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxXwi2b35uM

Si vas para Chile (If you go to Chile)
*This song is about a guy who is in love with a girl from Chile and he says to his friend: "if you go to Chile tell her that I love her, you will see how beautiful the whole country is and you'll see how lovely the people in Chile is with a friend who is foreign"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb5mercnimQ

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 Post subject: Re: Тraditional music from countries where you come from
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I'm an American "designer girl" - aka mutt.

The military hymns are always my first claims of recognizable US music. My brothers serve (Marines, Navy and Coast Guard) and I'm married to a medically retired Air Force serviceman. Thus, why they're so important.

But, my second really should be first, but it's the hardest song to EVER hear - Taps played properly and live. If you don't tear up, I can't see you as American - but that's from my military fears that my brothers and friends are risking not coming home alive and mentally safe.

Danny Boy for my Irish parts.

Bluegrass seems traditional, but not my cup of tea.

My traditional is metal and Techno/industrial/post industrial. But I listen to so much European music. I claim it's fair as I'm a mutt, so the multiple countries are accurate.


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I'm not a Turkish folk fan but it's the best when you're celebrating :lol: Especially at Turkish weddings,where you simply get along with ALL THOSE RELATIVES(like 200 relatives minimal) and have fun by dancing to both Turkish pop(now thats terrrrrible!) and Turkish folk songs.

Btw for Turkish folk,i can only advice songs from the Western regions because i was grew up and live in that area but you must search the Eastern area,they have amazing foods(anyone liking kebabs?) and good culture(but they're kinda ignorant and there's the terror issue...Turkey is always bittersweet anyways)

So the first song i will show you is from the Aegean Region,it's called Çökertme(a place in Muğla) and it is usually known with the dance(which is still made by the grooms and their fathers in Aegean weddings) called Zeybek.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFj0t7R5Ywo

The second song is from Marmara Region(which has Istanbul and the city i lived for 12 years called Bursa).I heard this song firstly in 8th grade,while dressing up for the PE class,girls were singing and dancing to this song :lol: It is translated like ''The bride with velvet(dress),are you from Bursa?''
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM61TyIjqbk

The third and last song is from our capital Ankara,which has a really good ''night club''(a kind of night club that has poor good-looking ladies selling themselves,you know...) culture.And in that night clubs,there are songs with a folk rhythm but mischievous lyrics :lol: There are lots of examples but i think this is the best,this is some kind of neo-folk i guess :lol: Some of the lyrics are in English too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFxUHdcBGVI


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To add to the proof of culture in America, nothing has held up quite as strong as the "American Cowboy"

Go to some parts of the south and the west, and you'll be knocked back by the culture of the cowboy, which still exists, though in a more fenced in state.

It's just not quite as Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone as people try to believe.

The music has held up even more. I know more cowboy songs than I do rock songs.

Here is a well known song from a prominent western/folk writer of the 21st Century, Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
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