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Silent Man
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 12:34
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Can someone put here the Ukrainian instruments pictures which are using in Ruslana's songs?

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:13
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The cymba(a)l:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:16 - Edited by: D39
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hammered dulcimer - close relative of the cymbal:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:20
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The whistle/reed/flute:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:22
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The accordion:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:25
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The balalaika:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:26
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The mandoline:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:32
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The kobza - more traditional than mandoline:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:34 - Edited by: D39
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The bandura - another tipe of kobza:


Sorry for the big pic... haven't found a little one :)

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:37
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The tambourine:


D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:40
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This are all the traditional hutsul instruments I found :)

Faktychno sama
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:50
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D39
The balalaika:
The accordion:
The mandoline:
The tambourine:
These instruments aren`t traditional hutsul instruments. :)

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:51
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Faktychno sama
Yeah!... but they were assimilated... ;)

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 16:54
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Faktychno sama
BTW... neither the cymbal or the kobza(they developped in the [trans]-danubiano-carpathic area) are not traditional... but they are used for a very long time...

susanne
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 17:10
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D39

I think it is difficult to decide what is traditional and what influenced what. I was in an institution ones that researches folk cultures. When something is done for at about 3 years it is a tradition. There was an idea at the time that in the east of holland there was a celebration that dated from pre-historic tradition in which they used horns. in norway they found pictures in a grave with men blowing on horns in the same way. They researched it and it was just a co-incidence. This tradition dated only 80 years back. it wasn't prehistoric. (think about that mania about halloween. that is an pure english celebration that isn't even that old. but now everybody things it has always been there.)

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 17:16
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susanne
Yup. U are right. ;)

susanne
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 17:39
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D39

I play the trumpet and poeple consider it as an old instrument but it is only being used in folk music for about 80 years. 100 years ago the trumpet wasn't even chromatic, no valves and had a softer sound.

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 17:42
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susanne
wow! Cool! I would like too to play the trumpet. It is the representative instrument of the moldavian music (the folkloric romanian music that I like more) ;)

I (only) play: accordion, piano and harmonica.

susanne
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 19:11
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D39

That's cool. the accordeon is very common in dutch folk music. When i was a teenager it was hip to play modern jazz, but i always preferred to play a polka or a chardaz. (secretly, because it is not hip) I remember that I played in an orchestra with a girl who had the same taste. She played the clarinet and we were always asking for another chardaz. That was our favorit dance. Now i have a teacher who knows a lot about eastern european music and we often play polkas etc.

Guido
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 19:23
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I remember the "Chardaz Fuerstin". It was an operette I believe. It's long ago. Hungarian - not the operette but Chardaz ?
My mother had an LP from russian army. I liked that too.
Wolgalied en zo.

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 19:29
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susanne
Cool ;)))))

Guido
Csardasz - is also a popular hungarian dance and music but also an operette composed by... .... ... ... Liszt, I think.

Lussekatt
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:10 - Edited by: Lussekatt
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there is one instrument missing - the long thing the dancers have in the beginning of Wild Dances performance...



gosh, that was a deep search to find that photo!

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:13
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Lussekatt
Yup.. I forgot the oboe!!! Bravo, Lusse!!! Always with a hand for help ;)

Ivan
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:24
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D39
The mandoline:
Hey we have this too :))) cool!!

Chimera
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:27
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D39
Ivan
The mandoline:
wow on Ema, two days ago, I wanted to win one singer with song "Mandoline"!!!! can't believe...

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:29
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Ivan
Hey we have this too :))) cool!!
Yup. I know... we have that too... the Thracians were the inventors ;)

Ivan
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:31
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Chimera
wanted to win one singer with song "Mandoline"!!!! can't believe...
Cool!!!
D39
the Thracians were the inventors ;)
Aha... I see... :)

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:34
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Ivan
Aha... I see... :)
;)))))))

Chimera
wow on Ema, two days ago, I wanted to win one singer with song "Mandoline"!!!! can't believe...
(Y) BV! ;)

Chimera
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:35
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Ivan
Cool!!!
it is verrrrrry good song!
naj igra-igrajo mandoline,
preglasijo krike bolečine,
počijo naj strune, ne srceeeeeeeee:))))))

D39
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# Gesendet: 31 Jan 2006 21:37
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Chimera
strune
Cool... does it mean ''chords'' ???

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