The so- called “Flemish” vivat is a song with half-French and half-Latin lyrics formerly (and sometimes still) sung during festivals or weddings in the north of France. This Flemish vivat has other functions; it is most often sung during wedding dinners, but it can also accompany a birthday (birth or marriage 1 ), or even a personal success (bac, permit, promotion …) [ref. necessary]
Xalbadorren heriotzean 1 is a song and poem by Xabier Lete from the album Lore bat, zauri bat (A flower, an injury), which translates from Basque means “In the death of Xalbador “. It is also known in everyday language as ” Urepeleko artzaina “ 2 in Basque or ” the shepherd of Urepel ” in French.
Ya Mustapha , sometimes spelled Ya Mustafa ( Arabic يا مصطفى), and sometimes named after her chorus Darling I love you, honey I adore you , is an Egyptian song, whose origins are poorly known. The lyrics are composed in three different languages: Arabic , French and Italian . There is also a Greek version( Μουσταφά ) and a Turkish version, very popular in these countries.
Sakura Sakura ( さくらさくら? , Meaning cherry, cherry ) , or sometimes just Sakura , is a popular song traditional Japanese .
Edward Jones , born in March 1752 in Llandderfel in Gwynned and died on April 18, 1824, is a Welsh musician . Jones is known as both harpist , bard , composer, arranger, but also the collector and publisher of traditional tunes 1 . He is the official harpist of the Prince of Wales , and he adopts the name of bard Bardd y Brenin when it reaches the royal throne in 1820 …
Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya (also known as Johnny We Hardly Knew Ye or Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye ), is a traditional Irish songdenouncing the atrocities of war.
It’s a Long Way to Tipperary is an air of music hall written by Jack Judge and Harry Williams in 1912 1 . Sung for the first time on a British music hall scene in 1913 by Florrie Forde , the song was popularized by the Connaught Rangers when they crossed Boulogne-sur-Mer on August 13, 1914 . This was noted by the Daily Mail correspondent George Curnock, and published in this newspaper on August 18, 1914 . The air is then regularly taken over by other soldiers of …
Greensleeves is a traditional English song written in honor of a “lady with green sleeves” ( green : “green” and sleeve : “sleeve”). According to a popular legend, it was composed by King Henry VIII (1491-1547) in honor of Anne Boleyn (1501 or 1507-1536). It is based on the passamezzo Antico , an ostinato bass or progression agreements popular during the Italian Renaissance and known throughout Europe …
The ganga is a type of rural singing of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina . She is characterized by a unique singer accompanied by a chorus in what can be described as a lament. It is a rather peculiar form of singing that suffers from a lack of popularity. However, some popular Croatian singers use it in their creations.
Frankie and Johnny is the title of a traditional American song also known as Frankie and Johnny were Lovers , Frankie and Albert or simply Frankie . She has become a standard for jazz , blues and country music . The lyrics tell the story of a woman named Frankie who surprises her companion Johnny in the bed of another. She kills him and ends up, depending on the version, imprisoned or executed.