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Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 22 Aug 2006 18:25
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Which instruments does Ruslana play beside piano?

Lussekatt
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# Gesendet: 22 Aug 2006 18:30 - Edited by: Lussekatt
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drums!



Christiane
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# Gesendet: 22 Aug 2006 18:36
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Haven´t we discussed this before somewhere? I think, we have.

Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 22 Aug 2006 18:39
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Christiane
This topic you mean?

Christiane
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# Gesendet: 22 Aug 2006 18:42
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Silent Man
Oh right......I didn´t remember the name of the topic. But somehow we didn´t find out more about her being able to play the piano and the drums.

Esther
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 01:54
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Hmm think she can play mor instruments. She must have played flute you know a starter one from wood. The most people who want to learn the music notes start on it.
And maybe she can play the midwinter horn. You know the horns they used with wild dances.
Oh hahaha in Germany she blew on a inimini trumpet haha to support the ukrainian team:P

Tim
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 02:13
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Oh hahaha in Germany she blew on a inimini trumpet haha to support the ukrainian team:P
Whahahahaha :p! It would be funny if you go to a orchestra and say: Can I join? They'll ask: What instrument do you play? Inimini

Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 02:20
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Esther
Hmm think she can play mor instruments.

Himmelske_Engelen said that inside the Dyki Tantsi booklet it's written that she plays the guitar for the song Jà tebe ljublju.

And maybe she can play the midwinter horn. You know the horns they used with wild dances.

She plays trembita?

Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 02:33
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ShakiFanatico
WOW really great pictures!! Thanks for the link!



Christiane
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 10:27 - Edited by: Christiane
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Esther
She must have played flute you know a starter one from wood. The most people who want to learn the music notes start on it.
That´s right......though I started to play the piano first, recorder came as the second one.

ShakiFanatico
Yes, she does. ;-)
Wow, a new message on the main page with really cool photos. Thanks for the link. The English and German version will be available soon, I suppose.

P.S.: There are some more photos with T-Shirts and bandana in a new "Wild Energy" design here. You also can see Ruslana wearing one of those shirts.









cora
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 21:18
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Christiane
The English and German version will be available soon, I suppose.
Well, we are a bit short of translators at the moment. I always translate German from English. But Etos, who does English is on holidays...

Esther
Oh hahaha in Germany she blew on a inimini trumpet haha to support the ukrainian team:P



Lussekatt
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# Gesendet: 23 Aug 2006 22:10
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Christiane
There are some more photos with T-Shirts and bandana in a new "Wild Energy" design here.

WOAH!! thats soo awesome!!! I want with ukrainian text!! But if a T shirt- I would have wanted blue... :-/

ShakiFanatico
I stood at the same place as where Ruslana is standing on that photo

but not at the same time, otherwise you was the one who was spotted on the photo, lol. You was there when these photos taken, no?

btw, will the new WE merchandise be able to buy in ruslana.org shop?

Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 24 Aug 2006 01:38 - Edited by: Silent Man
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Christiane
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# Gesendet: 24 Aug 2006 11:07
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cora
Well, we are a bit short of translators at the moment. I always translate German from English. But Etos, who does English is on holidays...
Don´t worry about that, I´m patient :-) And meanwhile we can enjoy the pictures.

ShakiFanatico
The English version is already available. ;-)
Sorry, I can´t find the English version. Are we talking about the same news?

Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 24 Aug 2006 14:21
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Christiane
Indeed, I can´t see it, though I´ve removed my temporary internet files. But this happened before some time, so the latest news might be visible for me the next days.

It's a bit stupid method but you can try anonymouse.org. Click here.

Christiane
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# Gesendet: 24 Aug 2006 15:26
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Silent Man
It's a bit stupid method but you can try anonymouse.org. Click here.
Meanwhile the English version is available for me as well, thank you.

yanya
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# Gesendet: 16 Sep 2006 00:53
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i have searched some info about this topic.

So different sources:
1 Ruslana plays a couple of instruments.
2 Ruslana plays floyarka and buben, likes drimba.
3 Ruslana plays volinka and drimba

i think it wasn't correct for me to write she plays all the instruments. I think she can play them, but not in a proffesional way. These instruments are Ukrainian and i don't know how to desribe them

Lussekatt
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# Gesendet: 16 Sep 2006 19:29
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yanya
thanks for making effort in information.

i don't know how to desribe them

I can understand, maybe bring on photos of them and we can see which instrument its most close to out of them we do know about..

yanya
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# Gesendet: 17 Sep 2006 16:03
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Lussekatt
I can understand, maybe bring on photos of them and we can see which instrument its most close to out of them we do know about..

ok. Here are they are!
Drimba
Byben
At least i could find these ones.

Tim
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# Gesendet: 17 Sep 2006 16:09
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A Drimba is a mouth harp right?

obw
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# Gesendet: 17 Sep 2006 18:33
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yanya
Drimba

In Germany this instrument is called "Maultrommel". Google shows me this page so you can see where the ukrainian name fits in. Somewhere between drmla and doromb I think...

yanya
Byben

There is a song from the 1960s from a band called "Byrds". "Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man" (originally by Bob Dylan). And this is the name of the instrument in English: Tambourine. (German: Tamburin)

A floyarka is a flute, a more sophisticated version of the sopilka, if you like. And a volynka is a bagpipe - another name is duda, which lead to the german name of "Dudelsack", as I learnt recently.

yanya
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# Gesendet: 18 Sep 2006 00:40
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http://download.yousendit.com/1A9157736D0A824B
this is a flash game where you can try yourself in playing drums!!!

Lussekatt
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# Gesendet: 19 Sep 2006 02:49
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yanya

thanks for photos, I try the link some day, now I have to sleep!

obw
thanks you tooo!

Esther
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# Gesendet: 19 Sep 2006 13:05
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yanya
How do you play a drimba?

yanya
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# Gesendet: 20 Sep 2006 00:23
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Esther
How do you play a drimba?

i don't. But i can ask how to do that. I remember it's something funny

obw
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# Gesendet: 20 Sep 2006 03:16
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Esther
How do you play a drimba?

There might be people who would answer: In complete solitude.

Esther
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# Gesendet: 21 Sep 2006 13:09
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Hey I was looking at the site of Omnia they use the mouth harp in their songs. I know the sound and I like it!!




Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 22 Sep 2006 13:35
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Esther
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# Gesendet: 23 Sep 2006 12:13
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Silent Man
Hihihihi she can play the water:P

obw
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# Gesendet: 23 Sep 2006 21:36
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Silent Man

Yeah, this is a cool video. And I like the water thing idea. :)

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