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Kazu dziesmas [music] / sakartojis Jekabs Vitolins
Bib ID 1407716
Format MusicMusic
Description Riga : Latvijas PSR Zinatnu akademija, 1968 
525 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. 
Series

Latviesu tautas muzikas

Notes

Ethnomusicological collection of Latvian wedding folk-songs.

For an ethnic woman's voice.

Latvian words.

Oral tradition transcribed on to modern staff notation.

At head of title: Valodas un literaturas instituts.

Monophonic vocal line.

Other titles in the series include: Latvian work songs; funeral songs; children's songs and calendar songs.

Subjects Valodas un literaturas instituts (Latvijas PSR. Zinatnu akademija) - Ernnomusicological collectious.  |  Folk songs, Latvian.  |  Wedding music.
Other authors/contributors Vitolins, Jekabs, 1898-  |  Valodas un literaturas instituts (Latvijas PSR Zinatnu akademija)  |  Latvijas PSR Zinatnu akademija

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