:: Title :: Uzh Ty Sad, Ty Moi Sad (Orchard, My Orchard)
:: Genre :: lyric song
:: Performers & Instruments ::
Sedov, A. V. (m) [vocal]
:: Setting :: Radio Moscow
:: Location :: Moscow (Unspecified), Moskovskaya Oblast' (Russia)
:: Language :: Russian
:: Culture :: Slavic, East Slavic, Russian
:: Session :: Russian I 8/64
:: Date :: 8/13/1964
:: Reference Information :: T1701.0, Track 4 (00:01:23)
:: Original Format :: Reel to Reel
:: Session Notes ::
1 - These recordings were made by Alan Lomax at the Radio Moscow with the collaboration of prof. Anna Vasil'evna Rudyneva (1903-1983). [Source: Editor]
:: Recording Notes ::
0 - Singer is the "zapevala", the leader of the folk chorus. He is 66 years old. He learned these songs in the village. Doesn't name specific village - simply Tula province (south of Moscow). He doesn't know how to read music very well. He learned the songs from his family - grandfather and grandmother. When he was a child they sang these songs going to work, at work and coming from work. They also sing at folk gatherings (dances and songs), at weddings, holidays. They would sing at specific times - not the whole day. [Source: Tape notes]
0 - A. V. Sedov (b. 1898) from Tula Region, Central Russia.
:: Collection :: Soviet Union 1964

 

 

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