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  • #343905

    Anonymous

    This topis is about songs of War not only WW2 and not only wars in general, but all the songs which are connected with this theme, time and events.
    Many of them are not only folk songs, they have the authors and so they should be quite separate from others one.
    I am sorry if this kind of songs are already here.
    I always cry, listening them but I like these songs very much..

    And, please, don't compare this topic with communist ideology or take The Red Army as your enemy. These are only songs and nothing else. Songs about folk's biterness, about fightings against fascism. Let's enjoy only the voice and music.

    Вставай страна огромная…

    Вставай, страна огромная,
    Вставай на смертный бой
    С фашистской силой тёмною,
    С проклятою ордой!

    Пусть ярость благородная
    Вскипает, как волна!
    Идёт война народная,
    Священная война!

    Не смеют крылья чёрные
    Над Родиной летать,
    Поля её просторные
    Не смеет враг топтать!

    Пусть ярость благородная
    Вскипает, как волна!
    Идёт война народная,
    Священная война!

    Пойдём ломить всей силою,
    Всем сердцем, всей душой
    За землю нашу милую,
    За наш Союз большой!

    Пусть ярость благородная
    Вскипает, как волна!
    Идёт война народная,
    Священная война!
    (Слова В. Лебедева-Кумача
    Музыка А. Александрова)

    Священная Война(Sacred War)
    (the same song but by The Ensemble of Alexandrov)

    Katusha (WWII favorite)

    Смуглянка-молдаванка

    Russian Red Army Choir – Song of the Volga Boatmen (1965)

    ЦВО МО РФ – Марш "Прощание Славянки"

    Полюшко-поле/ Polyushko pole
    (my favourite.
    Polyushko pole performed by Don Cossack Choir. 1920..)

    Если завтра война.avi
    with english sub.

    ДИСКОМАФИЯ. Путь дорожка, фронтовая

    День победы!

    I would like if you join the songs of this issue from your own country.

    #393784

    Anonymous

    Great stuff, please add more ;D

    #393785

    Anonymous

    This is absolutely the most important and most famous Croatian military song. That's what Croats usually shout out loud on football matches, "U boj, U boj" meaning "to battle, to battle"

    Nikola Šubić Zrinski – opera

    #393786

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    This is absolutely the most important and most famous Croatian military song. That's what Croats usually shout out loud on football matches, "U boj, U boj" meaning "to battle, to battle"

    Nikola Šubić Zrinski – opera

    I seem to understand the words because the motive, music, the soul of the singers are very familiar to me, maybe because it is Slavic :D But actually I can't understand the meaning, too fast and loud )) I don't know why but I hear "za boi, za boi" instead of u boj u boj.

    #393787

    Anonymous

    Why exclusively songs about fighting against fascism? I think it would be only fair to honour those who fell fighting communism, too.

    In Slovenia, this particular song was somewhat of a hymn for those who fought communism –

    Za Dom V Boj: Domobranska Pesem. AntiCommunism Slovenia and WorldWide

    #393788

    Anonymous

    Although I do not support Litvinism and rewritting history I really like this song by Stary Olsa.

    Bitwa pod Orszą

    #393789

    Anonymous

    I didn't say only against fascism, but these songs about the war in general. So if you have the songs against communism, you are welcome.

    #393790

    Anonymous

    Oh I see. Sorry then, I misunterstood.

    Mi legionarji, mi domobranci (n)

    #393791

    Anonymous

    A song from the Ukrainian War of Independence:

    Тарас Компаніченко – Ми сміло в бій підем

    A song about the Hungarian invasion of Zakarpattya in 1939:

    Понад Хустом ворон кряче (Over Khust) – Ukrainian song 1939 war with Hungary

    A song of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army:

    В чорнім лісі

    #393792

    Anonymous

    Rozszumiały się wierzby płaczące (Weeping willows began to hum) – the most popular song of the Polish partisans. The first part of the melody comes from the popular march “Farewell to Słowianka”, composed in 1912 by Vasil Agapkin

    Wojsko Polskie – Rozszumiały się Wierzby Płaczące

    Czerwone maki na Monte Cassino (The Red Poppies on Monte Cassino) – the most popular song of the Polish Armed Forces in the West

    Wojsko Polskie – Czerwone Maki Na Monte Cassino

    Oka (Oka – river in central Russia) –  the most popular song of the Polish Armed Forces in the East. River appears in song of Polish 1st Tadeusz Kościuszko Infantry Division which was formed nearby in 1943

    Wojsko Polskie – Oka

    #393793

    Anonymous

    Song about the battle of Sutjeska in WWII
    (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Sutjeska)

    Sivi sokole

    #393794

    Anonymous

    ^Make me cry, cheers for that.

    #393795

    Anonymous

    This song was composed during the Warsaw Uprising (1st August – 3rd October 1944). The full range of songs from the time of the Warsaw Uprising will posted later on.

    Sanitariuszka Małgorzatka
    Polskie Pieśni Wojskowe-Sanitariuszka Małgorzatka

    @ Mordid Look at 0:43 and cry…

    #393796

    Anonymous

    In this thread can only be posted songs of "pro-soviet" side or other songs are also allowed?

    #393797

    Anonymous

    USTANI BANE

    A song about ban jelacic, who took troops into Hungary to protect Croatia.

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