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Performer: Ensemble Rasa
Genre: Classical / Country & World
Title: Lettonie - Musique Des Rites Solaires (Latvia - Music Of Solar Rites)
Country: France
Released: 1995
Style: Early, Medieval, Folk
Label: Inedit
Catalog Number: W 260062
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2970 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 496

Tracklist

1Garais Dancis2:08
2Eņģelītis [Anglaise]2:02
3Dzied Pa Priekšu, Brāļu Māsa1:47
4Talka Nāca Dziedādama2:34
5Kādi Ziedi Rudzīšam?3:56
6Kas Tur Daiļi Gavilēja?2:23
7Sidrabiņa Lietiņš Lija2:35
8Tec, Peleite, Zērņu Zogtu2:34
9Jāņu Diena Svēta Diena [Līgotne]4:33
10Pinkulainu Kazu Vedu2:42
11Jāna Daudzinājums [Līgotne]1:49
12Es Čigāna Dēliņš Biju2:37
13Talku Balss2:07
14Ai Dieviņi, Augustu Saule3:48
15Instrumental Call1:35
16Kam Tī Zyrgi, Kam Tī Roti2:23
17Sajāja Brammaņi [Surtartine]3:29
18Mēs Dieviņi Baleliņi4:05
19Sudrabiņa Gaiļi Dzied [Līgotne]3:07
20Kokles Solo6:56
21Mana Balta Māmuliņa2:34

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover]Françoise Gründ
  • Liner NotesValdis Muktupāvels
  • Music By, Lyrics ByTraditional Latvian
  • Other [French Translation] – Pierre Bois
  • Other [Réalisation] – Groupe Media International
  • Photography ByJean-Paul Dumontier
  • Voice, Bagpipes, Zither [Kokles], Accordion, Trumpet [Wooden Trumpet], Reeds, Panpipes, DrumsValdis Muktupāvels
  • Voice, Instruments [Gīga], Flute, Ocarina, Panpipes, DrumsAndris Veismanis
  • Voice, ViolinGita Lancere
  • Voice, Violin, Zither [Kokles]Kristīne Cābele
  • Voice, Zither [Kokles], Instruments [Trīdeksnis]Iveta Tāle

Notes

Recorded in April 1993 at Latvian Radio (Riga, LV).
Information in booklet written in both, French and English language.

AUDIVIS Distribution AD 090
℗ & © 1995 MCM (Maison des Cultures du Monde)
Made in France by MPO

The Album is a compilation of songs dealing mainly with the topic of ancient sun cult rites originating in heathen tradition of the Latvians.
The booklet contains photographies of the Rasa group, credits, lyrical fragments of the poetry with French and English translations, some short explanations for several songs, liner notes by Valdis Muktupāvels ("leading" member of Rasa) and even a short essay on Latvian Mythology and music (LATVIA "The sun married off her daughter" - Traditional music of solar rites: Introduction on Latvia / Mythology of Latvian dainas / Traditional vocal music styles / Latvian mumusical instruments).

Companies

  • Mastered At – Alcyon Musique
  • Made By – MPO
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Maison Des Cultures Du Monde
  • Copyright (c) – Maison Des Cultures Du Monde

Album

Album 1995 21 Songs. Ensemble Rasa. World 1995. tracks 61:44. The name Rasa means dew in Latvian. View wiki. Rasa is a folk group from Riga, Latvia, formed in 1989 by Valdis Muktupāvels vocals, bagpipes, kokle, accordion, trumpet, reeds, pan flute, drums, Kristīne Cābele vocals, violin, kokle, read more. Album : Lettonie - Musique Des Rites Solaires Latvia - Music Of Solar Rites 1995 Recorded in April 1993 at Latvian Radio Riga, LV. Album is a compilation of songs dealing mainly with the topic of ancient sun cult rites originating in heathen tradition of the Latvians. Latvian dainas, Traditional. Ensemble Rasa 21-06-2006. Composers: PUB DOM. Total duration:1 h 01 min. musique des rites solaires. music of solar rites. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Ensemble Rasa. Sajaja Brammani. was sampled Rasa. June 21, 2006. Sample this album. Title by Artist. Traditional Latvian music is often set to traditional poetry called dainas, featuring pre-Christian themes and legends, drone vocal styles and Baltic psaltery. Traditional Latvian folklore, especially the dance of the folk songs, date back well over a thousand years. More than 1. 2 million texts and 30,000 melodies of folk songs have been identified. Dainas are very short, usually only one or two stanzas, unrhymed and in a four-footed trochaic metre. Lyrically, dainas concern themselves with native. Cover information about the songs on the release Lettonie - Musique de rites solaires by Ensemble Rasa: who covered the songs, who sang the originals