Folklornyj ansambl s. Foschevatovo - Oj, chej to kon po ulice proehal


Folklornyj ansambl s. Foschevatovo
Song Name: Oj, chej to kon po ulice proehal
By: Folklornyj ansambl s. Foschevatovo ( Фольклорный ансамбль с. Фощеватово )
Country: Russia
Song Local Name: Ой, чей то конь по улице проехал
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Genre: folk music of Russia , traditional music of Russia , Russian folk music , Russian ethnic music
Date Added: 28 Nov 2016
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Oj, chej to kon po ulice proehal by Folklornyj ansambl s. Foschevatovo is part of folk music tradition in/by Russia. Folk Music of Russia is traditionally brother to some other region(s) in the world. If you want to listen to song(s) in the same genre or with the same root with Oj, chej to kon po ulice proehal (or folk music of Russia), other than checking Russia you can also check music of East Europe and Mongolia. From the top menu, first choose the desired region and then find the link from the map or country list.

Тhe folklore choir was founded in 1970 in the village Foschevatovo , which included folk artists not only Foschevatovo village, but also the surrounding villages - Kopaeva, Staropuzino, Novopuzino, Podles, Novosilsky.

"Ой, чей то конь по улице проехал" (in English "Oh, someone's horse passed on the street") is one of the wedding songs of this area.

Wedding songs for 2 choirs had a special role and as a rule were performed during the connection of two families, e.g. at the moment of the meeting groom at the bride house. One group of artists started to sing, the second one entered later with repeating of the refrain.


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