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Jul 16, 2020 - 2:11:55 AM

Ondrej

Czech Republic

145 posts since 11/15/2018

I recorded some interesting songs from my region.
Moravia is a region in the Czech Republic.

For Tenor Banjo
Songs: Byla jedna, byla stara zena 00:00 Bystra voda vyliva 00:19 Huli, beli, usni 00:41 Jidu zenci z roli 01:01 Pod kostelom lalija 01:16 Sly devcatka na jahody 01:31 V tem hrozenskem kostelicku 01:55 Vim ja jednu skalu 02:08

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Jul 16, 2020 - 9:34:03 AM

755 posts since 2/19/2012

Ondrej

Very nice! I'd really like to hear one or two of those developed into a longer version. You're teasing us with the short sections.

How do you like the AC-4 by now?

Jul 16, 2020 - 11:53:12 PM

Ondrej

Czech Republic

145 posts since 11/15/2018

quote:
Originally posted by Parker135

Ondrej

Very nice! I'd really like to hear one or two of those developed into a longer version. You're teasing us with the short sections.

How do you like the AC-4 by now?


Thank you Parker.

I hope that in time I upload long version.
In the meantime, I'm sending a longer version played on Bouzouki smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltWxi7J4tTU&list=PLDcJRi8rTK0FJ7w5fEjhJ5QmGEyE8IiZv&index=5
I am satisfied with the AC-4.

Jul 17, 2020 - 6:24:03 AM
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There is a Moravian Community in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that was founded in ~1750. I believe they are associated with the Moravian Church, which spread throughout Central Europe, rather than the specific region of Moravia. They maintain a living history site at Old Salem and, most famously nowadays, fwiw, make wonderful spice cookies. At least some of the community still retain the modesty traditions of other Brethren denominations in PA and OH among other places. I don't have any sense that their musical traditions mixed with the broader North Carolina folk musical streams, but maybe someone knows more than I do about that.

Jul 20, 2020 - 1:30:58 AM
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Ondrej

Czech Republic

145 posts since 11/15/2018

quote:
Originally posted by Remsleep

There is a Moravian Community in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that was founded in ~1750. I believe they are associated with the Moravian Church, which spread throughout Central Europe, rather than the specific region of Moravia. They maintain a living history site at Old Salem and, most famously nowadays, fwiw, make wonderful spice cookies. At least some of the community still retain the modesty traditions of other Brethren denominations in PA and OH among other places. I don't have any sense that their musical traditions mixed with the broader North Carolina folk musical streams, but maybe someone knows more than I do about that.


Thank you for your interesting information. Ondrej

Jul 20, 2020 - 1:32:50 AM

Ondrej

Czech Republic

145 posts since 11/15/2018

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Byla jedna, byla stara zena 00:00 Bystra voda vyliva 00:17 Huli, beli, usni 00:38 Pod jaborem 00:56 Sly devcatka na jahody 01:15
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