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Luulin tuulosen tuloovan (2/4 e)

(1906)
Laulun sanat: Luulin tuulosen tuloovan, Ahavaisen ajavaisen.

Viipurin virran reunalla kasvoi lemmenkukka häilyvä (2/4 F)

(2011)
Laulun sanat: Viipurin virran reunalla kasvoi lemmenkukka häilyvä, rairii, ja laulan vaan, ja lemmenkukka häilyvä!

O Jesu Christe viaatoin (5/4 ja 6/4 F)

(2011)
Laulun sanat: O Jesu Christe viaatoin! Joka myös olet nuhteetoin, Synnist' sinä meitä päästit, Itse kuolit, meitä säästit.

Yks' ilo ompi mulla tääll' (3/4 g)

(2011)
Laulun sanat: Yks' ilo ompi mulla tääll', Ett' Jesus kuoli ristin pääll', Ja toinen ilo ompi mull', Ett' syntiseksi olen tull'!

Kiitän sinua Isä Jumal' (6/4 a)

(2011)
Laulun sanat: Kiitän sinua, Isä Jumal'! Ett's tänä yön' minua suojelit Silt' häijylt' hengelt' rumal', Ja muist' myös vaaroist' varjelit. Viel' rukoilen sinua nöyräst', Minua läsnä tänäpän' olvo, Minust' murhe pidä köyhäst', Avullas minua aina holho.

A Threshing Song and Discussion

Zla ba sgrol ma (2009)
Threshing songs are sung antiphonally between two people or two groups of people when threshing. Such songs can be sung by anyone, but are mostly sung by young people. Both men and women sing threshing song as they thresh barley. This file also contains a discussion of the genre by the singer This collection presents forty-nine audio files including: several folk song genres; folktales and; local history from the Sman shad Valley of Sde dge County World Oral Literature Project

Anni tytti ai-aino neiti (3/8, 7/8 e)

(1877)
Laulun sanat: Anni tytti ai-aino neiti, ?

Musik-e mahali - aroosi - Hanna Bandan

Wright, Susan (1976)
The first day of the wedding lasts from noon til after the evening meal. Then around midnight the musicians play a distinctive rhythm associated with the henna celebration. People from the family of the groom paint the groom’s head, hands and feet with henna Then the musicians accompany the groom’s family who take henna to the house of the bride. The women, clapping and ullulating (kel), go into the bride’s room. The designated person, often the wife or mother of the barber, covers the bride...