(A Flock of White Birds)
(A Little Baby Stork)
(I Love You Granny)
(Little Fellow Bom)
( Ming Mang Mung )
(Oh, my beloved! Stay with me!)
(Oh Stork and Night Heron)
Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country.
Articles about the music, culture and traditions of Vietnam and more.
What are the "Four Gentlemen"? From old China, "The Four Gentlemen" is a term used to refer to four specific subjects (orchid, bamboo, plum blossom, chrysanthemum) which are traditionally some of the first subjects the student of Chinese ink brush painting learns. Each subject [...]
Open Culture has a page of free language learning links covering 40 languages. Here are some of the languages you can find links for… Arabic, English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Bulgarian, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, Gaelic, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, [...]
In many parts of the world, the foods eaten on New Years Eve and New Years Day have important symbolic meanings. These symbols seem to fall into several major categories. The first class symbolizes financial prosperity. This type of food is round like coins. Often, the dish will be round beans, [...]
Larraine wrote to me looking for Scouting Campfire Songs from around the world. Here’s what she wrote, followed by my response with some suggested songs and sites to go to for help: Dear Mama Lisa, It has been suggested that I contact you with my request. I am the sketch producer of [...]
Zelgin Uri Jackson is a 14 year old who writes his own music and sings! Here is one of his songs that I particularly enjoy, called Dance Playground. It makes you want to get up and dance! You can listen to the song and read along with the lyrics below… Recording of Dance Playground [...]
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With Lullabies From Around The World
A Mama Lisa Book! Over 50 lullabies and recordings from all over the world. Each Lullaby includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation. Order Here!