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GEORGIA Ensemble Kereoni: Traditional Songs from Georgia

GEORGIA Ensemble Kereoni: Traditional Songs from Georgia

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2012


Artists:

Ensemble Kereoni

Ensemble

Ensemble Kereoni



Record Label
ARC

Genre:

World / Folk Music


World / Folk Music

Total Time - 66:29
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GEORGIA Ensemble Kereoni: Traditional Songs from Georgia

     
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TRADITIONAL

     
1 

Phirosmani

3:26
     
2 

Tsitsinathela

2:42
     
3 

Tskarosthan

1:43
     
4 

Guls rad miklav

2:57
     
5 

Mindor mindor

2:03
     
6 

Alilo

2:49
     
7 

Guruli Nana

1:57
     
8 

Kvavilebis Kvekana

2:49
     
9 

Gogov, gogov shavthvala

3:12
     
10 

Simgera Sakarthveloze

3:03
     
11 

Orthav thvalis sinathlev

2:50
     
12 

Mthiuluri satrphialo

2:13
     
13 

Sabodisho

3:10
     
14 

Orovela

4:01
     
15 

Dila

2:21
     
16 

Macharia

3:29
     
17 

Tsjagara

3:52
     
18 

Gaphrindi shavo mertschalo

3:47
     
19 

Sisona

2:28
     
20 

Chongurs

1:50
     
21 

Megruli Nana

2:15
     
22 

Shinmousvlelo

3:47
     
23 

Mthiuluri modzachili

2:45
     
24 

Nanina

1:00
     
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The name of the ensemble Kereoni refers to a traditional candle used in the Orthodox Church, symbolising the harmonization of the Trinity. They present male choir polyphony from Georgia, a cappella as well as accompanied on traditional Georgian instruments such as panduri (3-stringed lute), doli (drum), chonguri (4-stringed lute) and salamuri (duct flute).




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