Friday, 6 May 2016

Latvia - Folk song "Kas kaitēja nedzīvoti"

Latvian Folk Song "Kas kaitēja nedzīvoti" is about life near the great forest where are many wild animals who help to do different works - in the garden, at home etc.
Schoolovision 2016 from Ilze S on Vimeo.

If you wish you can sing with us:

Kas kaitēja nedzīvoti
Diža meža maliņāi?

Pieci brieži man arami,
Sešas stirnas ecējamas.

Ar vilciņu vagu dzinu,
Lapsa vagu metējiņa.

Zaķis kūla kankalīšus,
Ar pakaļas kājiņāmi.

Vārna tāda puspelēka,
Tā bij mana moderīte.

Cielaviņa baltu kreklu,
Tā galdiņa klājējiņa.

24 Comments:

Ingrid Maadvere said...

Your school is very beautiful and spring is coming:)
I love folk songs and national costumes. Playing cello with a folk song is a great idea.
Good luck!
Ingrid from Estonia

Michael said...

I've seen your school in winter time with deep snow all around, and now it's just great to see it in spring, with such lovely colours and the birds singing!
Lovely singing from the girls, and the costumes are beautiful.

Good luck from Scotland!

Fanny said...

Lovely song sung and played by lovely dressed girls. Great scenery from your school.

God luck from Norway!

Ursula + Maria said...

We tried to sing, but ... (you really don´t want to hear it;)
Our pupils like your traditional clothes a lot:)

Good luck from Austria!!

Carla Vieira Sampaio da Silva said...

Ilze you already visited Arraiolos! What a great opportunity listening to your Latvian folk song! Your costumes are also very beautiful!
Good luck from Portugal!

Anonymous said...

Well done and beautiful voices.
António Garcia, from Portugal.
:)

Anonymous said...

Student comments: The singing is very nice. The girl who was playing the cello was very good. Good luck from Ireland!

sanne from belium said...

graet video

suske said...

een mmoi liedje een mooi vidioklip

suske from belgie

Anonymous said...

Nice video well done really outstanding. Good luck from Aaliyah Malta.💞 🎵🎶🎤🎷🎻🎸🎼

Lusine Bush said...

Nice dresses and interesting game, played by students. And the song is also very beautiful.

valerie canty said...

Good luck from France!

Anonymous said...

Good dance this was fine
Hanna og Margrét frá íslandi

Anonymous said...

Hope you will win from Iceland !

Helen Naumenko said...

Great girls!

Anneli Christine Hill said...

The students said...
We like the fact that you made the song by yourselves and that it is a folk song.
Jums loti smuka bals un jums bia labs sakums ( we are an international school with students from all over the world).

Good luck from Sweden =)

Anonymous said...

Hi I loved your song very much and your movements.
Gabrielle from Malta

Anonymous said...

Good luck.
Bernardo Canelas, from Portugal

Andrew Smith said...

Great!
We loved the costumes and the beautiful location!

Your singing was very nice and the cello was played very well.

Well done Latvia!

Ilze said...

Thank you for the nice comments!!!
Good luck to all! ;)
Fantastic project!

Anonymous said...

Good nıce!
-Turkey

Anonymous said...

It was good and the characters.
Martin Zezula CZECH REPUBLIC

Anonymous said...

good
Jirka Pospíšil CZECH REPUBLIC

Anonymous said...

this is video is very very good :)
nela a lea
czech republic