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Re: What song are you listening to right now? 3

Postby dEhiN » 2016-12-30, 23:20

vijayjohn wrote:
dEhiN wrote:I love Bebe Rexha. Her last name is interesting because she pronounces it /ɹɛksa/ but Albanian pronunciation rules make it /ɾɛd͡ʒa/.

Does she really? I wonder whether she knows Albanian and whether she uses that pronunciation on purpose because it's more intuitive to English-speakers.

I'm not sure, but that was my assumption when I first learned this. In fact, if you listen to her sing, she has a particular vocal style that is either intentional or a product of an ability to speak Albanian that has left her with an accent.
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Postby md0 » 2016-12-31, 17:23

[flag=]el[/flag] Me tromazeis, by Onar

I was just doing some filesystem housekeeping, and I came across Onar's discography. Relic from my depressive teenage years. Good music though.
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Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-01, 7:34

Tacawit [θʃawɪθ], a.k.a. Tachawit, Shawiya Berber, and Chaouïa is another Berber language, apparently from the Zenati branch again. It's spoken in northern Algeria near the Tunisian border (further north than Tugurt) and not far from the Mediterranean Sea and from where Kabyle is spoken. This is a folk song in Tacawit by Nadia Tachawit called "Hlili fu quwwar inin":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XehLPvQbe_E

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Postby Levike » 2017-01-01, 22:44

[flag=]el[/flag] Ελισάβετ Σπανού - Ο Χρόνος

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Re: What song are you listening to right now? 3

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-02, 6:19

Logudorese is a variety of Sardinian spoken in northern Sardinia. It is the only one of the three big varieties of Sardinian (the other two being Campidanese and Nuorese) that I couldn't find a song in on UniLang. This is apparently a traditional dance song in Logudorese from the town of Florinas by a folk band called Figulinas:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YRVtVVS9CM
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Postby OldBoring » 2017-01-03, 5:43

Nuorese is considered a variant of Logudorese by Italian linguists.

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Postby dEhiN » 2017-01-03, 5:56

OldBoring wrote:Nuorese is considered a variant of Logudorese by Italian linguists.

So Italian linguists break Sardinian down into Logudorese and Campidanese, and further break Logudorese into a variant called Nuorese?
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Re: What song are you listening to right now? 3

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-03, 6:07

OldBoring wrote:Nuorese is considered a variant of Logudorese by Italian linguists.

Oh, I think linguists in general consider Nuorese a variant of Logudorese. I didn't think about that, so I guess I was wrong to treat them as three entirely separate varieties of Sardinian. That's a good point because I think there is one song in Nuorese that's been posted. But not in this variety of Logudorese! :twisted: (Or at least I don't think anything has been posted in this variety of Logudorese :lol:).

EDIT: I also wrote in my post that the song was from the "down of Florinas." :rotfl:

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Postby OldBoring » 2017-01-04, 16:14

vijayjohn wrote:Oh, I think linguists in general consider Nuorese a variant of Logudorese. I didn't think about that, so I guess I was wrong to treat them as three entirely separate varieties of Sardinian. That's a good point because I think there is one song in Nuorese that's been posted. But not in this variety of Logudorese! :twisted: (Or at least I don't think anything has been posted in this variety of Logudorese :lol:).

Sardinians will be so mad at you they'll turn you into a capretto arrosto! (roast kid — pun intended.)

EDIT: I also wrote in my post that the song was from the "down of Florinas." :rotfl:

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Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-05, 1:29

OldBoring wrote:Are you durning Nigerian, brudda?

Nigerians are supposed to change their t's to d's?

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Postby OldBoring » 2017-01-05, 14:09

vijayjohn wrote:
OldBoring wrote:Are you durning Nigerian, brudda?

Nigerians are supposed to change their t's to d's?

Sorry, I was wrong. It seems they do voice some consonants, but not word-initial ones.

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Postby Levike » 2017-01-06, 23:32

[flag=]et[/flag] Põhja-Tallinn - Meil On Aega Veel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYDTVepKHg0

The song itself begins at 0:40. Really love the chorus part. :)
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Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-07, 5:14

Sassarese is a language spoken in northwestern Sardinia. Apparently, it's transitional between Corsican and Sardinian, and apparently, both Corsican and Sassarese are derived from Tuscan dialect(? I'm not really sure how this works. Probably there are other people on the forum who are more familiar with Sassarese here :P). Anyway, this is a (folk or at least folk-ish) song in Sassarese called "L'usthurani Sassaresi" by Giovannino Giordo:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7fm6be0yYU

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Postby Michael » 2017-01-10, 14:37

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Postby Michael » 2017-01-11, 2:32

[flag=]fa[/flag] شهره - کاغذ سفید
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Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-11, 4:38

Gallurese is a language variety spoken in northeastern Sardinia, sometimes considered a dialect of Corsican and sometimes considered a transitional language between Sardinian and Corsican. Logudorese Sardinian is also spoken in Gaddura (the part of Sardinia in question). This is a video featuring polyphonic choral singing in Gallurese. This type of singing appears to be very common in neighboring Corsica as well:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QqJlTemjho

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Postby h34 » 2017-02-06, 22:39

Oki Dub Ainu Band - Sakhalin Rock
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Postby vijayjohn » 2017-02-07, 4:45

There are two main varieties of Corsican, one known in Corsican as Supranacciu or Cismonticu spoken on the northern half of Corsica and the other called Suttanacciu or Pumonticu spoken on the southern half. The variety spoken in Ajaccio is apparently transitional between these two. This is a song from Sartène in southern Corsica, so I guess it's in the latter variety of Corsican. It's called "Credu" and also features polyphony like the last clip I posted here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95tGEkPEtVw

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Postby Levike » 2017-02-21, 18:24

[flag=]ru[/flag] Сергей Лазарев - Это всё она (Sergey Lazarev - Eto vso ona)

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Postby Osias » 2017-02-21, 22:41

2017 est l'année du (fr) et de l'(de) pour moi. Parle avec moi en eux, s'il te plait.


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