Recording of Russian Rhyme

We just added a recording of the Russian finger play Magpie-Magpie – Сорока-Сорока to Mama Lisa’s World’s Russian Song Pages. Click the link for the lyrics, translations and mp3 recording.

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2 Responses to “Recording of Russian Rhyme”

  1. Rob Says:

    I know that the song ‘Ho Ho Watanay’ is in the Iroquois language but can anyone tell me WHICH of the six nations’ language it is? Thank you!

  2. Monique Says:

    I found this on line “Ho Ho Watanay was collected by Alan Mills from the Caughnawaugha/Kahnawake Indian Reservation near Montreal in 1955” then the language is Mohawk and “Ho Ho Watanay, traditional Mohawk lullaby” which confirms it.

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