Amina Tolé

Lyrics – Wolof (Folk song from Senegal) Amina,Amina tolé´EléssibaÉna ahoAminatou sé PascalinaSouma ouéSouma ouéAmizongo, GismèneEssissékéléEoula zouEoula zouEoula zou pin pinAminatou! Lyrics have no meaning (source) See also folk songs from Senegal minor / modal songs songs with different voices YouTube …

Schpinn, schpinn, meine liewi Dochder

Lyrics – Pennsylvania German (Pennsylvania German folk song) 1. Schpinn, schpinn, mei liewi Dochter,Noh kaaf ich dir en Frack.Ya, ya, mei liewer Daadi,Un deen mit en Sack. RefrainIch kann nimmi schpinne,Mei Finger gschwellt immer,Un dutt mer weh, so weh! 2. …

For Thy Gracious Blessing

Lyrics (Folk song) For Thy gracious blessing,For Thy wondrous word,For Thy loving kindnessWe give thanks, O Lord. See also Thanksgiving songs Christian songs rounds minor / modal songs songs with whole notes source | source: Silver Burdett Music, Book 1, General Learning …

Dance Little Baby, Dance Up High

Lyrics (Traditional chant / nursery rhyme) Dance, little baby, dance up high!Never mind, baby, mother is nigh.Crow and caper, caper and crow,There, little baby, there you go.Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,Backward and forward, round and round;Dance, little …

Kooko diren

Lyrics – Soninke (Folk song from Mali) Y Kooko diren toro BanbaadoOrrè, orrè, BanbaadoKooko dounbè diren toro BanbaadoOrrè, orrè, BanbaadoN’ynme diren toro BanbaadoOrrè, orrè, Banbaado.   English Translation – Kooko’s sheep Kooko’s sheep is called Banbaado,Up, up, Banbaado!Little Kooko’s sheep …

Folk songs from Mali

Songs I daden Kooko diren Makun See also songs from Africa national anthems world regions

Makun

Lyrics – Bambara (Folk song from Mali) Makun makun bebe o makunMakun makun bebe o makun saMun de kεra bebe la makunFosi ma kε bebe la makun saMun de kεra bebe la makunKɔngɔ de bε bebe la i makun sa. …

One Two Three Aleerie

Lyrics (Folk song) One, two, three aleerie,Four, five, six aleerie,Seven, eight, nine aleerie,Ten aleerie over ball. Movement “Aleerie” or “Alairy” is an old word that means a crooked leg. Traditionally, a ball is bounced three times, and the fourth time, …

El sebucán

Info The Sebucán is a dance around a May pole with ribbons, which is meant to imitate the tool also called the sebucán, which is a cassava strainer. (source) One source says the dance is traditionally danced on September 24. …

Song of the Eagle

Info This is from the Wechihit tribe in Central California. It praises the grace and strength of the eagle. Lyrics (Wechihit folk song, Native American) Hay-way-yeh ka-a-wa hay way-yehKa-wa a wa-ka-a cha cho-cheh lay ma non See also Native American …

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