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Everybody's song




   

 

 
 

TERMS & REFERENCES

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References for music notes

All musical scores on this website were written by Veronika Schmid and are based on transcriptions made by Fanya Palikruschewa-de Stella (contact address: Matzelsdorf 16, A-3040 Neulengbach, Austria, e-mail: fanyadestella@gmx.at, phone: +43 699  1956 8655) for her thesis „Ein Lied für alle. Varianten eines Liedes in sechs Balkanländern“ (A Song for Everybody: Variations of a Song in six Balkan Countries) at the Institute for Folk Music Research and Ethnomusicology at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna in reference to the documentary film “Whose is this song?” by Adela Peeva, Sofia, 2003. For technical reasons (in order to fit the layout of the project booklet) the transcriptions were adopted and revised by Reinhard Eckert and Veronika Schmid. The musical scores were partly combined with different lyrics, especially for the sake of diversity of alphabets (Cyrillic, Greek and Latin). Therefore not all lyrics correspond to the original transcriptions made by Fanya Palikruschewa-de Stella.

References:

  • Fel Shara: musical notes: © Di Grine Kuzine, recorded in Berlin 1999; lyrics: © KlezRoym, Italy 2005
  • Pogledaj me Anadolko: notes and lyrics: traditional from Bosnia, recorded by Adela Peeva in Sarajevo, 2002
  • Yasen mesec: notes and lyrics: traditional from Bulgaria, recorded by Adela Peeva in Strandzha Mountains, Bulgaria, 2002
  • Onte stin porta vgainei gözleri mahmur: notes and lyrics: traditional from Mitilini/Lesbos, Greece and from Turkey; music recorded by Adela Peeva in Mitilini, 2002
  • Oj ti Paco Drenovcanke: notes: Goga Zafirov; lyrics: traditional from FYR Macedonia; source: YU-TV (reproduced by Adela Peeva, 2003)
  • Apo xeno topo: notes and lyrics: traditional from Greece, performed by Solon, Mitilini/Lesbos, Greece, recorded by Adela Peeva, 2002
  • Ruse kose: notes and lyrics: traditional from Serbia, recorded by Adela Peeva in Vranje, Serbia, 2002
  • Üsküdara’a gider iken: notes and lyrics: traditional from Turkey, recorded by Adela Peeva in Istanbul, Turkey, 2002

 

 
 
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