Kalinysha - 2018 - Kalinusha

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Kalinysha - 2018 - Kalinusha

Post by Ghaydn »

By the beginning of the 20th century, many carriers of a unique local song culture are still alive in different parts of Russia. Those songs that they save are very different from the usual Kalinka-Malinka wide audience. Real folk songs are a great basis for any creativity with which you can do anything.
The Kalinusha group formed spontaneously, just as spontaneously recorded an album and fell apart. Nevertheless, I would like to share with you our album, released in December last year. The album was recorded entirely on Linux.
Live dance rhythms, bright voices - this is Kalinusha.
https://kalinysha.kroogi.com/en/content ... nusha.html
— Доктор, меня не понимают...
— In English, please.

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Post by milo »

This is an interesting listen. Thanks for posting.

I agree that folk music is full of interesting ideas and sounds. How much did you alter the compositions? I assume the drums and synth backing tracks were your addition. What about the vocal harmonies? This sounds like a fun project!

EDIT: I am impressed by the rhythmic complexity of the music. Particularly track #10.

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Post by Basslint »

Thank you for sharing this part of your culture with us!
The community of believers was of one heart and mind, and no one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they had everything in common. [Acts 4:32]

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