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Chamba, Himachal Pradesh

of the Lord himself. He answers the questions put to him by members of the family and their friends. Chambyal (people of Chamba) enjoy traditional folk music of their area. This consists of folk songs, dances and folk lores and these are accompanied by various musical instruments. Their love for folk music is evident from their keen interest in folk music which is different from that of other regions. Folk songs of Gaddis can be categorized as marriage songs, festivity songs, love songs. '''Marriage

and Ghanihar', 'Kunjadi Malhar' during Minjar Mela, 'Ainchali' on Nuala, songs related to Baisakhi at the time of 'Basoa' and 'Kunjadi' songs of the rainy season are sung during Patroru festival. '''Love Songs''' These songs are of Shrinagar rasa. Mostly the feelings of separation, hard life of Gaddis, their social bindings and the tales of sacrifice, unsuccessful love etc. are depicted through these songs. Famous Love songs are, 'Kunju and Chanchlo', 'Phulmu and Ranjhu', 'Raja Gaddan' and 'Bhunku


that was intensified following independence in 1912; bands that formed during this era played a variety of European styles, including march (march (music))es and waltzes. Urban song in the early 20th century could be divided into two styles: the historic or nationalistic style, and the lyrical style. The lyrical style included a wide array of lullabies and other forms, as well as love songs. There are two historical structures that are a reminder to the antiquity


to remove the elements of Turkish music from Albanian culture, a desire that was intensified following independence in 1912; music bands that formed during this era like the Korçë-based Lira Chorus established 1922, played a variety of European styles, including march (march (music))es, waltzes, nationalist, and love songs like serenades. During the inter-war period, the city became a hotbed of Communist agitation. Albania's future dictator, Enver Hoxha, lived


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'' for Ukrtelefilm. The plot was about the tender and pure love of a girl from the mountains (played by Rotaru) and her relationship with a man from the industrial city of Donetsk. The name of the film means the rue flower, derived from an ancient Carpathian (Carpathian Mountains) legend (Slavic mythology). Rue blossoms only on the Ivan Kupala (Ivan Kupala Day) night, and the girl who succeeds in finding a blooming rue will be happy in love. Songs of the composer Volodymyr Ivasyuk and other writers were co-performed by Zinkevich, Yaremchuk and other singers. The film enjoyed significant success. After the film was released, Rotaru received an offer to work in the Chernivtsi Philharmonic Society and with a backing ensemble called Chervona Ruta (Chervona Ruta (ensemble)). Rotaru's husband Jevdokymenko became the artistic director of the ensemble. thumb Lviv soccer fans at a game vs. Donetsk. The banner reads "Bandera - our hero" (File:Бандера - наш герой.jpg) Bandera continues to be a divisive figure in Ukraine. Although Bandera is venerated in certain parts of western Ukraine, and 33% of Lviv's residents consider themselves to be followers of Bandera, In Western Ukraine, Even Ethnic Russians Vote for Pro-Ukrainian Parties by Paul Goble, Eurasia Review. September 12, 2010 in surveys of Ukraine as a whole he, along with Joseph Stalin and Mikhail Gorbachev, is considered among the three historical figures who produce the most negative attitudes. Yaroslav Hrytsak. (2005). Historical Memory and Regional Identity. In ''Galicia: A Multicultured Land.'' Christopher Hann and Paul Robert Magocsi (Eds.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press. pp. 185-209 A national survey conducted in Ukraine in 2009 inquired about attitudes by region toward's Bandera's faction of the OUN. It produced the following results: In Galicia (provinces of Lviv, Ternopil, and Ivano-Frankivsk) 37% had a "very positive" opinion of Bandera, 26% a "mostly positive" opinion, 20% were neutral, "mostly negative", 6% very negative, and 6% unsure. In Volhynia, 5% had a very positive opinion, 20% a mostly positive opinion, 57% were neutral, 7% were mostly negative, 5% very negative and 7% were unsure. In Transcarpathia (Zakarpattia Oblast) 4% of the respondents had a very positive opinion, 32% a mostly positive opinion, 50% were neutral, none had a mosly negative opinion, 7% had a very negative opinion and 7% were unsure. In contrast, in central Ukraine (comprising the capital Kiev, as well as the provinces of Zhytomyr, Cherkasy, Chernihiv, Poltava, Sumy, Vinnytsia, and Kirovohrad) attitudes towards Bandera's faction of the OUN were 3% very positive, 10% mostly positive, 24% neutral, 17% mostly negative, 21% very negative and 25% unsure. In Eastern Ukraine (the provinces of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Zaporizhia) 1% each had very positive or mostly positive attitudes towards Bandera's OUN, 19% were neutral, 13% mostly negative, 26% very negative and 20% unsure. In Ukraine's south (the Odessa, Mykolaiv and Kherson regions plus Crimea) 1% each were very or mostly positive, 13% were neutral, 31% mostly negative, 48% very negative and 25% were unsure. In Ukraine as a whole, 6% of Ukrainians had a very positvie opinion, 8% a mostly positive opinion, 23% were neutral, 15% had a mostly negative opinion, 30% had a very negative opinion, and 18% were unsure. Ivan Katchanovski. (2009). Terrorists or National Heroes? Politics of the OUN and the UPA in Ukraine Paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, Montreal, June 1–3, 2010 President Viktor Yanukovych stated on March 5, 2010 he would make a decision to repeal the decrees to honour the title as Heroes of Ukraine to Bandera and fellow nationalist Roman Shukhevych before the next Victory Day (Victory Day (9 May)), Yanukovych to strip nationalists of hero status, Kyiv Post (March 5, 2010) although the Hero of Ukraine decrees do not stipulate the possibility that a decree on awarding this title can be annulled. Party of Regions proposes legal move to strip Bandera of Hero of Ukraine title, Kyiv Post (February 17, 2010) On April 2, 2010, an administrative Donetsk region court ruled the Presidential decree awarding the title to be illegal. According to the court's decision, Bandera wasn't a citizen of the Ukrainian SSR (vis-à-vis Ukraine). Donetsk court deprives Shukhevych of Ukrainian hero title, Kyiv Post (April 21, 2010) High Administrative Court dismisses appeals against illegal award of Hero of Ukraine title to Soviet soldiers, Kyiv Post (August 13, 2010) Ukraine court strips Bandera of Hero of Ukraine title, Top RBC (April 2, 2010) Ukraine court strips Bandera of Hero of Ukraine title because he wasn't citizen of Ukraine, (April 3, 2010) birth_date WikiPedia:Donetsk Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Donetsk Oblast Donetsk commons:Донецк

Kingdom of Galicia

with their musical score—in a series of collections, and belonging to four main genres: ''Love songs'' where a man sings for his love, ''Cantiga de amigo'' where a woman sings for her boyfriend, crude, taunting and sexual ''Songs of Scorn'', and religious songs (Cantigas de Santa Maria). Queixas Zas (2001) pp. 24–61. Its most notable patrons—themselves reputed authors—were kings Dom Dinis in Portugal, and Alfonso X the Learned (Alfonso X of Castile) in Galicia

Tsardom of Russia

, resolving conflicts within ''obshchina'', distribution of the usage of community lands, assigning people for military service, etc. As well as writing notable verse and hymns, he spent several years accompanying the Duke of Holstein (Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp)'s embassies to Russia (Tsardom of Russia) and Persia (Iran). He also lived for a year at Reval (Tallinn) on the coast of Estonia, where he wrote many love-songs. In 1559-71 the Tsardom of Russia


discography - The Fields of Athenry, Farrar version Blaggards blended the song with Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues in a medley called ''Prison Love Songs''. Second-generation Irish Londoners, Neck (Neck (Band)), also recorded a "psycho-ceilidh" version of the song. Other punk versions of the song have been


hiatus, with Jascha Richter branching out to work on his solo album ''Planet Blue''. Jascha and the band later admitted that they even considered disbanding during this time. They ultimately decided against it, following the success of their greatest hits album releases, including ''19 Love Songs Love Ballads'' in 2002, which went #2

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as writing notable verse and hymns, he spent several years accompanying the Duke of Holstein (Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp)'s embassies to Russia (Tsardom of Russia) and Persia (Iran). He also lived for a year at Reval (Tallinn) on the coast of Estonia, where he wrote many love-songs. The Thirty Years' War drove Fleming to Holstein, where in 1633 Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, engaged him as physician, courtier and steward

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