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  • #346420

    Anonymous

    Hello.

    I was playing "The Witcher 2" again, and I've heard this intro, but now I've searched for it. It is a song of Żywiołak band, from Poland. But the name of it is written in cyrillic. I cannot hear any word from it and I'm curious – what is the language they sing?

    The Witcher 2 intro music (Żywiołak – Ой Ти, Петре, Петре)

    //Ukrainian?

    #430370

    Anonymous

    http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/%C5%BBywio%C5%82ak/Nowa_Ex-Tradycja/221061

    Idk, however 'metal archives' gives the lyrics if you're interested in those :)

    #430371

    Anonymous

    Cool song. It almost sounds like Serbian old ethnic Byzantine music (just one note is not the same, the rest is)

    It sounds quite similar to this Serbian song from Kosovo, called Shto si setna nevesela

    Vidovdanski vidici 8, kaval, Sto si setna, nevesela

    #430372

    Anonymous

    Wow. I like it too. But by hear I understand now only "vino". ^_^

    Abv, so maybe Ukrainian. Obviously not Russian, due to "I" letter presence. Not sure however.

    #430373

    Anonymous

    Do you think it could be Bulgarian?

    #430374

    Anonymous

    It cannot. "I/i" letter is absent in Bulgarian. There is the same way as in Russian.

    #430375

    Anonymous

    But it is in Cyrillic writing.

    #430376

    Anonymous

    But it changes nothing. There is no such letter, there is "и" not "i". So it cannot be Bulgarian as in lyrics is "I" letter.

    Has to be Ukrainian.

    #430377

    Anonymous

    Cześć!

    Zgodnie z opisem w książeczce z tekstami jest to dawna pieśń ukraińska.
    According to the description in the booklet it's a traditional Ukrainian song.

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    #430378

    Anonymous

    Thanks :)

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