Svjata Vatra | Kalyna

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Kalyna

by Svjata Vatra

www.myspace.com/svjatavatra
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Kalyna
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2. Svjata Vatra
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3. Poiss Nagu Ponks, the Boy Is Swell
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4. Piimanaiste Polka, Milkmaids' Polka
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5. Verhovyna 1
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6. Marusja
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7. Punk-polka-tuli, Punk-polka-fire
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8. Divochi Spodivannja, Maidens' Dreams
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9. Ristmik Nagu Sild, Crossroad Like a Bridge
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10. Päikesetõusu Lugu, Song of Sunrise
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11. Neitsikene Noorekene, Young Maiden
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12. Verhovyna 2
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13. Koljadka
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14. Lodja Labajalg, Barge's Flatfoot Waltz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Svjata Vatra is an Estonian-Ukrainian folkband.
The musicians themselves call their style „firefolk“. The band’s composition is unique: the temperamental trombone together with the Estonian bagpipes produce amazing sound patterns. Duduk’s deep southern tones bring in more distant melodies and the dialogue with the northern horn sweeps away even the last shadows of cultural barriers. The melancholy accordion balances and ties the wind and percussion instruments (djembe, tarbuka and buhalo) together. This results in fiery non-Nordic masculine energy that cannot but impress everyone. Svjata Vatra is like a sizzling campfire, giving light and warmth yet burning no one.


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Rachel

Must have
A beautiful album & a must have for anybody who likes music.Even better than their first outing. It is enjoyable for those that dont understand the language. The music is full of the twists & turns & takes you on a voyage with the lyrics gentlely lulling you.
One of the finest folk moments of the year.