Anthology of the Komi-Permyak folklore
|Anthology of the Komi-Permyak folklore|
Komi-Permyaks is one of the Funno-Ugric peoples, who lived on the Perm area of the Kama region. The disk represents the folk songs, recorded in the summer 2007 in the Yusva region, the Kochevsky region, the Kosinsky and the Kudymkarsky regions of the Komi-Permyak Area. Listening to the disk you will hear the sounds of the wooden "pu drum" and a female multi-piped flute "pelyana".
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