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International Music & Culture
Kid Songs and Rhymes of
Romania
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Handkerchief (Nursery Rhyme)  Midi
Little Dog (Children's Poem)
The Stone Bridge (Rhyme)  Midi  
Tica-tica-tica (Choosing Rhyme)
Three Shepherds (A Carol)  Midi
Spring is Coming   Midi  
 
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  • We received these three Romanian songs by Eva Partin. Would anyone be able to help translate any of them? We’d greatly appreciate any help! Vine, vine primavara! Vine, vine primavara! Se asterne-n toata tara! Floricele pe cimpii, Hai sa le-adunam copii! Tralalalalalalalala! Tralalalalalalalala! Floricele pe cimpii, Hai sa le-adunam copii! Creste, creste iarba verde, Ciocirlia n-or se pierde, Haideti s-ascultam copii, Al ei cintec din cimpii! Tralalalalalalalala! Tralalalalalalalala! Haideti... Read more »
  • We have part of a Romanian Christmas Carol called Trei păstori – Three Shepherds. We need some help with some of the later verses. Below you’ll find the beggining of the song with the translation we have, followed by the verses we need help with. We appreciate any help anyone can give... Read more »
  • Cristina Lusca emailed me today: Can you help me find some Mothers Day songs or poems in Romanian? Preferably religious? I need it as soon as possible! If anyone knows of any Romanian Mother’s Day songs or poems, please comment below or email me. Thanks! Lisa PS Here are some other posts about Mother’s Day, including poems in other languages: Read more »
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  • Naomi wrote: Hello! I am looking or the words for the traditional La Multi Ani sung at birthdays in Romanian. It starts off with “La Multi Ani sa traiti…” There is another song (which I am not looking for, but which pops up all the time!), which is “Cine sa traeasca” (a sort of “For he’s a Jolly Good... Read more »
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    In addition to this blog, I also host Mama Lisa’s World. Mama Lisa’s World is a large collection of children’s songs and rhymes from countries all around the globe. Matt, a music teacher from Rhode Island, wrote a question to me, the other day, about Mama Lisa’s World: Hey Mama, I love the concept of your site.... Read more »

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