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Kalinka: Under the Pine

by Gülay & the Ensemble Aras

Singer Gulay interpreted songs from different countries along the historic Silk-Road. The melodies derives from a wide geographical range, starting from Western China, through Mongolia, Tatarstan, Azerbaijan and Russia, until Turkey and even Italy.
Genre: World: Asian
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1. Kalinka - Under the Pine
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2. Bisogna Morire
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3. Vay Vay Basim
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4. Ihi Ming Su
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5. Haber Aldim
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6. Hicran Derdi
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7. Nasil Gecti Habersiz
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8. Seher Peyzi
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9. Hardasan
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Album Notes
The musical raw material consists of original melodies from the countries along the historical Silk-Road, which led across Asia and, as well known, in old times even connected Rome and the Chinese empire.

Singer Gülay interprets the songs in the original language of the respective countries and uses her special Asiatic singing technique, which is shaped by the art music of the Ottoman court.

In 1989, Gulay & The Ensemble Aras was established in Vienna with the intention of creating a type of world music in which elements from Asia and Europe blend together.

The transcriptions and arrangements were made by Josef Olt.


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