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Tatarlugum (Tatarian Folk Song)

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  1. Kagagul says:
    Jul 10,  · These songs can be heard at weddings held in Divin. [Song lyrics are written here in Belarusian.] The song asks that the fathers of the young – of the groom and of the bride – should not be upset with them for being late, that they were stuck in the church for a long time. The priest left for Lvov to pay the landlord for putting on the wedding.
  2. JoJocage says:
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  3. Mikagul says:
    Box 1 Araxie Tatarian Armenian Folk Songs - Album Cover and Liner Notes Publisher: Arax Records Scope and Content Note The album cover provides a synopsis about the performer, Araxie Tatarian, as well as a description of the individual folk songs. Title: Armenian Women's Archive Collection.
  4. Banos says:
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  5. Zolotaxe says:
    Alina Safiullina - Tatar folk song by rff Aigul Barieva by rff Asaf Valeev Tatar Music Video by jeff1turk. TNV Tatar Garmunçısı by Sagit Hayri. Zakir Shahban - Chiele Tau (Cherry Hill) by rff Elvira Khairullina - Konbagysh (sunflower) Tatar song by.
  6. Tudal says:
    Tatarlugum (Tatarian Folk Song), a song by Enver Izmailov on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics adgeupormanirehoutohoderedi.coinfo Duration: 4 min.
  7. Zujas says:
    Boina (Tatarian Folk Song) 7. Short Story 8. Tatarlugum [Tatarian Folk Song] Product details. Audio CD (January 25, ) Number of Discs: 1; Label: Boheme; ASIN: BZAIM; Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 3 customer ratings; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,, in /5(3).
  8. Tulmaran says:
    1 • INTRODUCTION There are many Turkic-speaking ethnic groups living throughout the Russian Federation. These diverse groups lie scattered from the Caucasus and Ural mountains to eastern Siberia, and include the Tatars, Chuvash, Bashkirs, Sakha, Tuvans, Karachai, Khakass, Altays, and others.
  9. Shakakasa says:
    Staged in four movements, this charming suite of characteristic Tatarian Dances begins with the spirited "Sabantui-Spring Dance." A lovely musical depiction is the focus of the second movement entitled "Sarman River" characterized with flowing melodic lines.

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