The ballad is ilustrated with reproductions from the woodcuts made by painter Nicolae Brana(1905-1986), which alike include the text and the images as the artist has figured the five decades back. They are reproduced from the volume appeared in 1957 and placed at the publisher's disposal by art critic Marina Preutu, owner of a copy inscribed to her by the author. The attenant record was made by Electrecord and its presentation is due to musicologist Viorel Cosma. The english version of the texts is by Sergiu Marcus . Balada Miorița - Variante (LP, Album, RP). Electrecord.
Miorița (English: The Little Ewe) is an old Romanian pastoral ballad and is considered to be one of the most important pieces of Romanian folklore. It has several versions with quite different content. One of these was selected by Vasile Alecsandri to form the textbook reference. The setting is a simple one: three shepherds (a Moldavian, a Transylvanian and a Vrâncean) meet while looking after their flocks
On the universal plane, the ballad of Mioritza (Little Ewe-Lamb) with its nearly one thousand variants, justifies the Romanian people from the spiritual, ethical and esthetic points of view, by the same power the truth of the expression with which the ancient epics justify the Indians or the Greeks in the development of human culture. Near a low foothill at heaven’s door sill, where the trail’s descending to the plain and ending, here three shepherds keep their three flocks of sheep, one, Moldavian, one, Transylvanian and one, Vrancean
We have here various ways of defining or determining units of thinking and of narrative. In this work, we pursue a bottom-up approach, taking the textual data as our starting point. Field (1994) in his hugely influential text Screenplay identifies key points of action and approximately where they should occur in a screenplay. This approach is often criticized for being over-prescriptive or formulaic. Yet there is an increasing tendency that scripts which are made into films are written to the formula, and those films which are deemed to be of acceptable standard are those that adhere to the main tenets of Fieldʼs theory.
5 by Richard Barbieri, released 12 October 2018 1. Showered In White Light 2. New Soul 2018 3. Run Lola 4. Unholy Live 2017 5. Shut Down 6. Variants. 5 Teaser The final release in the Variants series. 1. SHOWERED IN WHITE LIGHT (. 3) is a new composition and an imagining of walking towards the light. In contrast to the final track on this EP which is a step into the dark, yet both uplifting to my ears. The intro and coda sections feature an amazing thunderstorm that I recorded during the Rain Tree Crow album sessions in the South of France. 3. RUN LOLA (. 4) I guested with a band called The Bays on many occasions. They never released a record and never rehearsed, thus every live performance was improvised and unique. We played live to showings of the film Run Lola Run a few times, most notably from a floating barge in Sydney harbour.
Category:Miorița Fountain. heritage site in Bucharest, Romania. Media in category "Miorița Fountain". The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. 201103 fantana Miorita B-III-m-A-19966. jpg 3,264 2,448; . 9 MB. 201134 Fantana Miorita. 1 MB. Fantana Miorita IMG 6423. JPG 4,272 2,848; 1. MB. Fantana miorita IMG 6427. JPG 3,878 2,742; . 2 MB. Fantana Miorita IMG 6470. JPG 4,272 2,848; .
The Ballad Sheet and Garland. Folk Songs from various collectors. 19 Folk Songs (+ variants). 5 Ballads (+ variants). 13 Carols (+ variants). Obituary of Samuel Reay. 5 Songs from the Southern Counties of England (+ variants) - various collectors. Folk Songs collected by the Hammond Brothers.
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Though there are countless whimsical and ghostly tales, Mioriţa is a folklore poem, exclusive to Romania. There are over 1,500 variants of the poem and was conceived in Transylvania. The poem, which was translated into a ballad, is based on an initiation rite and is sung in the form of carols during the winter holidays.
Read By [Recites (In Romanian)] – Dinu IanculescuVocals [Sings] – Alexandru Cercel
Read By [Recites (In English)] – Alexandru FoleVocals [Sings] – Gheorghe Roșoga
Read By [Recites (In French)] – Andrei MagheruVocals [Sings] – Viorica Flintașu
Read By [Recites (In German)] – Eva PătrășcanuVocals [Sings] – Irina Loghin
Read By [Recites (In Russian)] – Ani SulițeanuVocals [Sings] – Lucreția Horț
Read By [Recites (In Spanish)] – Marina MarinoVocals [Sings] – Olimpia Vlaicu
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