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Riti, riti

by Ilgi

This Latvian folk album features Ilga Reizniece, Zane Smite and Maris Muktupavels on vocals and traditional instruments - kokle, giga, violin, bagpipes and recorder. Janis Abens introduces guitar, and Juris Kroics and Arnolds Dale, percussion.
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1. Riti, riti, menesi
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2. No jurinas izpeldeja
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3. Mildas dziesma
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4. Trejs mosenas
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5. Riti, saulit, ritedama
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6. Iebrauca saulite abelu darza
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7. Stabules dziesma
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8. Tumsa nakts, zala zale
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9. Veltijums Vladimiram Povetkinam
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10. Es tev ludzu, mils braliti
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11. Irbes dziesma
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12. Doncova zverbulis
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13. Jau sauleite aizalaide
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14. Mosen zeile zini nese
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15. Mil katrs baltu maizes riku
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the 1996 liner notes: Our music is a meditative expression of our friendship, love, and our Latvian identity; we tend to call it post-folklore. We have always felt closely tied to the ancient stratas of folklore - mythology, the rhythm and orders of traditional life, and its coexistence with the rhythm and order of nature. Most of the songs in this recording are about the Sun, the Moon, the Stars, and certain passages in life.

For us, folklore provides the impulse to play music freely. And we feel fortunate that the impulse we get comes from our ethnic culture. For us, music is a conversation; a conversation between ourselves, and in the presence of others who lived and sang here hundreds and thousands of years ago.

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