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#102

I finished the list. :slight_smile:
It’s great music, the Mongolian as well as the gothic. Not depressing, just relaxing. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#103

No I haven’t considered yet to study Mongolian language since im currently study the Chinese but im openminded to take a try some day. you?


#104

This reminds me sooo much on the music which my parents hear. @faywartune_545

This is a example of very old and traditional music of the turks:

Here is also a “ilahi” which is a religious (modern) song:

Sideinfo: Those songs are also played in weddings in the last years where NO ONE dances (sadly). But only the very strict religious people will make a wedding like that.


#105

why no dancing?


#106

Wheh. No, I only wanted to learn arabic, korean if possible because
I am already learning korean and turkish right now. And I didn’t even reconsidered to learn it because it’s not really being used sadly.


#107

Don’t ask me. All guests are very covered and they only play “ilahi songs” like above. That’s why the guests only sit there for 4-6 hours and after the distribution of gold or money they will leave or will stay until the end which only close family or friends do.


#108

Ah interesting, I like the second song. I can understand allot. its a cute song.

oh also mirjam I loved the Latvian songs that you posted earlier it also sounds a beautiful language.

In general I love oriental music allot. Its calm and mostly nice classical instruments also im love dream of desert. I dont know why I just love the desert for some odd reasons.


#109

Actually yes, I even bought a course book over two years ago, but soon after it arrived my dad died (3 months after my mom :frowning: ) and then nothing came of it anymore.
And in the meantime I started learning Korean online (at first just on Duolingo, but got more serious over time), so eventually I was hooked on Korean.
Anyways, I still have the Mongolian course, so I will learn Mongolian someday.
I do have a long playlist with Mongolian songs, but it’s mostly modern music.

And here’s a Mongolian guy singing in Korean at The Voice Of Mongolia:


#110

oh my gods, the first one: chono ft ice sound like linking park!


#111

I’m glad you liked them. Yes, it’s a beautiful language. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Let me teach you to say “hello” in Latvian:

When talking to one male person: hello = sveiks
When talking to one female person: hello = sveika
When talking to more than one male person: hello = sveiki
When talking to more than one female person: hello = sveikas

When there’s both men and women, you use the masculine plural form (sveiki).


#112

cool, everyday we learn something new I’m excited! I hope I won’t forget : o

Also 'im sorry to read you lost your parents, but I do wish you the strength after sadness to go on with your life and achieve your dreams and happiness.

I do like some of the modern Mongolian songs. I guess you know the HU band xD they already conquered probably the ears of the whole world.


#113

Thank you very much. :blossom:

And yes, I do know them. :slight_smile:

Which ones did you like most?


#114

Chono ft ice top boogie
The lemons
Nagii Rigel

All are great in their own ways but those 3 are more my vibes.

I thank you to for sharing so much with us, also @rose_shn.
Its been nice talking with you guys, sharing and discovering new cultures and music.

I have to go sleep now and do wish you all a good night.


#115

Same here ^^’ My head is already hurting so I couldn’t watch the videos but I will do it tommorrow.
Promise!

Good night to you guys! :new_moon:


#116

I’m going to sleep as well.

Goodnight to you and to @rose_shn! :notes:


#117

I just listened to them. Very beautiful! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#118

Here’s a nice Icelandic song:

Great choice. Chono is one of my favourites too. Here’s another song:

This is one of my favourite Mongolian songs. You already heard it somewhere above, but now you can sing along (well, if you can read Cyrillic):

Btw, hamtlag (pronounce the first h like the Dutch g or ch) is the Mongolian word for “band”.


#119

I liked Camerton - Hairiin Hot but the 1th and 2th weren’t my taste, I must say.
The Lemons and Tatar were interesting to hear and more like my taste. ^^


#120

Hello, hope you do well.
Thank you for the songs :3

And yes I do know solstafir, they are a kind of dark and melancholic. Fjara and midaftan are thus far my favourite songs by them.

You do understand that language? I always wondered what’s the song about.


#121

That one is great to, he’s probably the only one ever played on a burning piano