(A Short Tale)
New Year's Song
(I am Baking, Baking Bread)
(Little Bean, Little Haricot )
(Magpie - Crow)
(My Pussycat, My Pussycat)
( The Fish Was Dancing with the Crayfish)
(The Rooster Is Riding the Horse)
(Two Roosters, Two Roosters)
(Without a Pipe)
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Stephanie wrote asking for help with a Ukrainian song. Here’s what she emailed: I just had a quick question. When I was a little girl my grandmother used to sing me a song in Ukrainian about "a little white sheep and a little black sheep". I was just wondering if [...]
Rodolfo Alcaraz Vardulakis wrote: Hi, I am trying to get information about a poem/song that my grandma, who lived in Ukrania until 1918, told my mother when she was a child. She just has her memories of the sounds of that poem, which are the following: Moikoufchic niepisshen ichvet nibagat [...]
Marijka Hayda wrote: “One superstition that my (Ukrainian) Grandmother always freaked out about was whistling in the house. She said that that calls the devil into the home.” Thanks for sharing that Marijka! Feel free to share any superstitions you grew up with in the comments below. [...]
Paula wrote to me: My grandmother used to sing me a Ukrainian Childrens song about a train. It went something like this…. Trena, Trena, Zoita Kia mena, ona, douca, Toot, Toot, Toot If you know the song I’m refering to, please send me the words in English or Ukrainian please send them [...]
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