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   Posted by: Dan   in Athenaeum, Scoala de la 5

«Scottish by birth, British by law, Highlander by the grace of God.»

Scottish Traditional MusicCalatorie muzicala: ChinaGreciaPeru — Scotia…

La cererea unui numar mare de cititoare, vreo 2, v. aici presiunile exercitate, continui astazi serialul inceput cu trei saptamani in urma, din care va ofer episodul 4/8 (al patrulea din opt zile de marti*) dedicate folclorului muzical. *In mod exceptional saptamana aceasta, articolul apare miercuri.

The piping tradition is strongly connected to Gaelic singing (some piping ornaments mimic the Gaelic consonants of the songs), stepdance (the traditional dance meters determine the rhythm of the tunes), and fiddle, which appeared in Scotland in the 17th century. These components are part of the dance music which is played across Scotland at country dances, ceilidhs, Highland balls and frequently at weddings. The typical ensemble may include: fiddle, bagpipe, accordion, tin whistle, cello, keyboard and percussion.

Ascultati acest fragment de folclor scotian autentic:

musique traditionnelle – traditional music – ecosse – scottish .mp3
Found at bee mp3 search engine

Cum ma astept (in continuare) la reactii prompte, dar si foarte critice, din partea multelor (cele 2) cititoare mentionate si mai sus, cum ca nu asta asteptau domniile-lor de la o sectiune de “Folclor”, le raspund anticipat: am decis ca acest serial sa acopere un interval de opt saptamani – timp in care eu prezint franturi din creatii internationale, iar cititorii (inclusiv doamnele X si Y) au la dispozitie spatiul destinat comentariilor pentru a propune “comori” nationale.

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Nu pot sa nu vin cu replica, cimpoaiele noastre:

Auditie placuta!
December 2nd, 2009 at 16:59