Sunday, 23 October 2016

The results of the project

 THE SOUNDS OF THE RIVERS - CD with songs about water

Every school chose a song about water or it was created one song about the river. The students sang it in native language and than, the song was recorded in an audio studio. We explained the words of the song during the meeting from Suceava,Romania. We have six distinct song on the CD, but here, on the dissemination platform, we put all the songs in one file in order to be uploaded.

 1.Dorul Basarabiei, the Suceava River

2. Rzeka Brda, the Brda River

3. La cancion del Rio Guadarrama, the Guadarrama River

4. Acqua limpida per la vita, the Po River

5. Este rio que e o Douro, the Douro River

6.  Dere Geliyor Dere, the Manavgat River


The old tradition on the Suceava River, Romania - SPRINKLING WITH DEW WATER

     Epiphany is a Christian holiday that celebrates the Baptism of Jesus. It is celebrated on the 6 of January. 
     In the morning, the women went to the nearest running water. They sprinkled with bunches of basil and said:
    ”Bună dimineața râu de rouă                                      ”Good morning dew river
     Am venit la apă nouă                                                 I came to the untouched water
     Dar n-am venit la apă nouă                                       But, actually, I didn't came to the untouched water
     Am venit la râu de rouă                                             I came to the dew water                              
     Am venit să mă jeluiesc                                             I came to mourn myself
     De toate relele să mă tămăduiesc.”                            From all the ills to heal myself.”

   Then, they throw away the bunches on the river in order to healing disease and scaring the evil from houses. 

The old tradition on the Brda River,Poland

The old tradition on the Manavgat and Duden River, Turkey

The old tradition on the Douro River,Portugal

 The old tradition on the Guaarrama River,Spain

 The old tradition on the Po River, Italy

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