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La Choraline, Benoît Giaux - Babel Around The World In 19 Songs Album
La Choraline, Benoît Giaux - Babel Around The World In 19 Songs Album
Performer: La Choraline, Benoît Giaux
Title: Babel Around The World In 19 Songs
Label: Fuga Libera
Country: Europe
Released: 2007
Cat: FUG604
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2011 mb | MP3 size: 2189 mb | WMA size: 1583 mb
Genre: Classical
Tracklist

1Traditional: Maa Bonny Lad - The Keel Row (arr. M. Neaum) (England)3:32
2Ariel Ramirez: Alfonsina y El Mar (arr. V. Tabbush) (Argentina)5:36
3Traditional: Arirang (arr. W. Hyo-Won) (Korea)4:24
4Traditional: Ah! Si Mon Moine Voulait Danser (arr. D. Patriquin)2:10
5Traditional: Pseudo-Yoik Lite (arr. J. Mantyjarvi) (Finland)2:24
6Traditional: Hoj, Hura Hoj (arr. O. Macha) (Czech Republic)2:52
7 Traditional: Aizu Bandaisan (arr. H. Ishimaru) (Japan)2:09
8Traditional: Land Of The Silver Birch (arr. P. Paalanen) (Canada)2:22
9Zoltan Kodaly: Turot Eszik A Cigany (See The Gypsies Munching Cheese)2:13
10Traditional: Oj, Shope, Shope (arr. S. Mutaftchiev) (Bulgaria)2:57
11Atahualpa Yupanqui: Duerme Negrito (arr. E. Sole) (Cuba)2:44
12Traditional: El Manguito (arr. A. Sauce) (Venezuela)2:05
13Frederic Allerat: Bruxelles (Belgium)2:55
14Traditional: Ouj kak pal touman (arr. L. Schwartz) (Russia)2:47
15Keith Hampton: Praise His Holy Name (USA)3:24
16Traditional: Ipne Pou Pernis Ta Pedia (arr. C. Samaras) (Greece)4:17
17Veljo Tormis: Lauliku Lapsepoli (The Singer's Childhood)2:34
18Traditional: Nesiponono (arr. J.van Der Standt) (South Africa)1:43
19Zoltan Kodaly: Esti Dal (Evening Song)2:38

Credits

  • ChoirLa Choraline
  • ConductorBenoît Giaux

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5425005576049
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Album

Benoît Giaux conductor, album by. La Choraline choir. Album Tracks. Benoît Giaux. Zoltan Kodaly: Turot Eszik A Cigany See The Gypsies Munching Cheese. Zoltan Kodaly: Esti Dal Evening Song. Frederic Allerat: Bruxelles Belgium. Benoît Giaux, Florence Huby, La Choraline, Osvaldo Hernandez - Land of the Silver Birch Canadian Indian Song 02:23. Benoît Giaux, Denis Vernimmen, Florence Huby, Jean-Michel Monart, La Choraline - Praise His Holy Name USA 03:26. Benoît Giaux, Florence Huby, La Choraline, Osvaldo Hernandez - Nesiponono South Africa 01:45. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If you do not allow these cookies we will not know when you have visited our site, and will not be able to monitor its performance. La Choraline, Benoît Giaux, Florence Huby 01-01-2006. Total duration:56 min. Oj, shope, shope Bulgaria. La Choraline. Babel - Around the World In 19 Songs. Composers: Traditionnel - Stefan Mutafchiev. Two Northumbrian Folk-Songs: Maa Bonny Lad - The Keel Row England. Composers: Traditionnel - Michael Neaum. Turót ëszik a cigány Hungary. Composers: Traditionnel - Zoltan Kodaly. Esti dal Hungary. Забыли пароль La Choraline. La Choraline Florence Huby Benoît Giaux. Классическая 2006. La Choraline, Ensemble Bouche à Oreille, Auderghem Academy of Music, Florence Huby, Benoît Giaux. La Choraline, Bruno Crabbé, Osvaldo Hernandez, Florence Huby, Benoît Giaux. La Choraline, Florence Huby, Benoît Giaux. La Choraline, Florence Huby, Benoît. Artist : Giaux. Artist : Huby. Label: Fuga Libera. Read full description. See details and exclusions - La Choralive - Babel: Around the World in 19 Songs. Qty . Babel: Around the World in 19 Songs. Your Rating. Album 2006 19 Songs. La Choraline, Benoît Giaux, Florence Huby, Ensemble Bouche à Oreille & Auderghem Academy of Music. La Choraline, Benoît Giaux, Florence Huby, Bruno Crabbé & Osvaldo Hernández. Babel is an endlessly interesting book, and you dont have to have any linguistic training to enjoy it. The statistics about languages in the world are especially interesting and help to provide you with a better perspective on the languages you know, or want to learn. Many of the stories about the individual languages I had never heard before and were fascinating. However, I do think that the author needs a rethink on the way he organized the information