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E. Kozak - Songs By E. Kozak And Ukrainian Folk Songs In His Arrangement album flac Performer: E. Kozak
Title: Songs By E. Kozak And Ukrainian Folk Songs In His Arrangement
MP3 album: 1818 mb
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Genre: Classical / Folk and Country

The bulk of Ukrainian folk songs melodies are based on scales identical to mеdieval modes, but differ in melodic structure. The Mixolydian and Dorian modes are used more often than Ionian and Aeolian modes. This is a feature of traditional paraliturgical Koliadky. The augmented 2nd interval is found, as well as the raising of the fourth and seventh degree of the scale. It is often used for melodic expression. This melodic manner gives an effect that is described as adding severe tension or sadness in some Ukrainian songs. The traditional dances of Ukraine include: the Kozak, Kozachok, Tropak, Hopak, Hrechanyky, Kolomyjka and Hutsulka, Metelytsia, Shumka, Arkan, Kateryna (Kadryl) and Chabarashka. Dances originating outside the Ukrainian ethnic region but which are also popular include: the Polka, Mazurka, Krakowiak, Csárdás, Waltz, Kamarinskaya and Barynya.

Ikhav Kozak za Dunaj" is one of the most famous Ukrainian folk songs. It was written by Semen Klimovski. Under the name "Schöne Minka" it became popular in Germany too. The German title comes from the first words of a poem by Christoph August Tiedge, "Schöne Minka, ich muß scheiden". Ludwig van Beethoven. Schöne Minka, ich muss scheiden!" Aus den Liedern verschiedener Völker (Songs of Various Nations), no. 16.

Ukrainian folk music includes a number of varieties of traditional, folkloric, folk-inspired popular and folk-inspired classical traditions. In the 20th century numerous ethnographic and folkloric ensembles were established in Ukraine and gained popularity. During the Soviet era, music was a controlled commodity and was used as a tool for the indoctrination of the population. As a result, the repertoire of Ukrainian folk music performers and ensembles was controlled and restricted.

100 Ukrainian Folk Songs and Dances in arrangement for Bayan (Accordion). Video demo: Ukrainian Folk Song "Ishov Kozak Potaykom" ( Cossack Was Going Secretly). Arranged for bayan (accordion) by . izol. Performed by Volodymyr Kurylenko, bayan (accordion). Ukrainian Folk Songs in Arrangement for Free Bass Bayan. Jewish Songs and Klezmer Dancing Melodies Arranged for Piano. Volume 1-2 (Can be played on a free bass Bayan or Accordion). Ukrainian Folk Songs for Piano. Arranged by Volodymyr Stetsenko (Can be played on a free bass Bayan or Accordion). Songs for Children Accompanied on Accordion.

Ukrainian Folk Song And My Dear Wants Varenyky (Boiled Dough). The husband asks his black-eye browed wife to boil varenyky for him. However, the wife answers that the wood has to be chopped. Husband asks her to chop the wood. And girl has sold a comb and has bought a flint for kozak. So, she has bought a flint for comb, as she had loved him truly. And girl has sold a skirt and has bought a sponge for kozak. So, she has bought a sponge for skirt, as she had loved him truly. Schedrіvka has singed her songs and leaned on the window, has been asking the aunt to bring to the window all baking that she has made – either varenyk or pie- to bring them threshold to her. Schedrіvk-vedrik, please bring us varenyk, pies with pears so you to be healthy! Schedrіvka-schedrіvochka, horilka (Ukrainian vodka) is tasty with honey, not so good without it, please give us five-copeck coin. And girl has sold a hen and has bought a pipe for kozak. So, she has bought a pipe for hen, as she had loved him truly. And girl has sold pork fat and has bought a steel for kozak. So, she has bought a steel for pork fat, as she had loved him truly. And girl has sold her soul and has bought tobacco for kozak.

Music is a very important part of Ukrainian culture. From olden times for every important event in their lives Ukrainians had background music, was it happy (birth of a child, wedding) or tragic (funeral). Ukrainians used music and songs to organize their work and to make it more efficient and pleasant. Major part of folk Ukrainian music instruments dates back to the Kievan Rus’ times. Ukrainian interconnection with different countries and nations had a great influence on construction of Ukrainian music instruments and even their names. Folk Ukrainian instruments are represented by three main.

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A1 Trembita USSR State Choir Oi, Songs Are Ringing
Composed By – E. Kozak*
A2 Ukrainian Radio Choir Road
Composed By – E. Kozak*
A3 M. Emelyanova Golden Hands
Composed By – E. Kozak*
A4 M. Emelyanova Along The River Bank
Composed By – E. Kozak*
A5 Trembita USSR State Choir Bukovina Polka
Composed By – E. Kozak*
B1 UkrSSR State Choir "Dumka"* With L. Dulevich With A. Nekrasov Sheep-Breeder
Composed By – E. Kozak*
B2 Baiko Sisters* Through The Green Grove
Arranged By – E. Kozak*
B3 USSR State Bandore Players Choir* With V. Charivny About Oleksa Dovbush
Arranged By – E. Kozak*