Uralic Music Thread

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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby h34 » 2018-07-07, 8:36

(kv-kpv) A song in Komi called Коми дзоридз ('Komi Flower'):
https://youtu.be/Jlsz_L44sPo
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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-07-10, 22:40

Lõõ, lõõkku, tšii, tšiikku (Start swinging, swing!), a traditional Votic lõõkkulaulu / kiigelaul (a song to be sung while swinging on a traditional swing, such as this one in Estonia), sung by Leanne Barbo and Maarja Sarv.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5egQuHD6Iw

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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby Naava » 2018-07-11, 18:17

I feel like listening to Zen Café today. (Both songs are in Finnish.)

https://youtu.be/gJIUpjO56dE

https://youtu.be/Ve6Rd0G4TK0
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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-07-22, 18:49

Two versions of the same folksong in Hungrian: Zúgadoz Az Erdő (Humming Forests) sung by Hoidviola and by Márta Sebestyén.
Synopsis (not a full translation since I don't know Hungarian):
In both, the female singer says "Beautiful songs come from the forest, wheat flourishes in the field. Tell me, my rose, tell me truly: should I wait for you or not? Are you waiting for me? When will you return?"
In the first version, the male singer responds with "My sweet rose, don't even wait until tomorrow. Find someone new who will be with you until the end."
In the second version, the male singing responds will all sorts of impossible things: "I'll come back when the stove is covered in moss, when a fairy market is held outside your door, when money and pearls grow at your gate" and ends with "or perhaps not even then."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buULoV0TBv8
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwiGhDJcFeA
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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-08-18, 4:22

Čoma eht (Beautiful Evening), Veps version of the Beatles song "Yesterday"
Sung in the Veps language by Hanna Jousne (aka Anna Vasil'jeva) of the group Jousnen Järved.
Recording from the Sheltozero Museum of Vepsian Culture.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEdlDHWHsxo
Čoma eht,
Oli eglai mugoi čoma eht.
Hillei langez' male sügüz' leht.
Ka, oli mugoi čoma eht.

Sinun täht,
Minä olen necen taivhan al,
Minä astun meiden vepsän mal,
Mä elän vaiše sinun täht.

Kus sä oled, kus?
Linneb pigai vihand leht.
Kaiken muštos om minei nece čoma eht.

Sinun täht,
Minä olen necen taivhan al,
Minä astun meiden vepsän mal,
Mä elän vaiše sinun täht.

Kus sä oled, kus?
Linneb pigai vihand leht.
Kaiken muštos om minei nece čoma eht.

Čoma eht,
Oli eglai mugoi čoma eht.
Hillei langez' male sügüz' leht.
Ka, oli mugoi čoma eht.

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Вчерась (Толон), Udmurt version of the Beatles song "Yesterday"
Sung in the Udmurt language by Брангуртысь песянайёс (Бурановские Бабушки).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzkidXNb-H8
Куректон вужерен кадь
шобыртӥз монэ
Ӵук лысву кадь тöлӟемед бере
ортчем нунал кинлы кулэ?

Вылез вордӥське
вайыса мыным кайгу
Кыӵе тон кулэ мон валай
сое али гинэ.

Ог нунал, асьмеос
вал ог нунал гинэ
улонэ, яратонэ но висёнэ
мынам тон мусое.

Вылез вордӥське
вайыса мыным кайгу
Кыӵе тон кулэ мон валай
сое али гинэ.

Мон шудо, мон шудо
валай толон гинэ
мон ӧй тоды, ӧй вала
кузьытсэ та улонлэсь туннэ.

Вылез вордӥське
вайыса мыным кайгу
Кыӵе тон кулэ мон валай
сое али гинэ, мусое.

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Re: Uralic Music Thread

Postby h34 » 2018-09-16, 12:34

Another song in Veps, also performed by Jousne:
Paksus uniš Karjalan nägem:
https://youtu.be/vSZDdRFPg5U

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