Cossack's Song “Не для меня придёт весна”

The song is presented in this publication in two different executions. The first (performed by monastic chorus) – classical, but bad. The second – national, good. At the clip there is one foolish shot – with the robot from "Star wars" – simply don't pay attention. Enjoy.

SEE ALSO: “Three Remarkable Cossack Songs + Bonus

Не для меня придёт весна (Not for me the spring will come) – Хор Сретенского монастыря (Chorus of the Sretensky monastery) – Russian

Не для меня придёт весна (Not for me the spring will come) – Владимир Скунцев и “Казачий круг” (Vladimir Skuncev and “Cossack Ring”) – Russian


Полно вам, снежочки (Cossack “Lezginka” dance) – Russian. Lezginka or Lezghinka (Russian: лезгинка) is a national dance of the many peoples in the Caucasus Mountains. Georgians, Azeris, Chechens, Lezghins, Ossetians, Circassians, Karachays, Balkars, Abkhazians, Kabardins, Ingush, Ingilos, Mountain Jews, the Russian Kuban and Terek Cossacks and the various ethnicities of Dagestan such as the Avars, Dargwa and Kumyks have their own versions.

The name derives from the Lezghin people as they were probably the first Caucasian group the Russians saw dance this dance. It is popular misconception that the dance originates from the Lezghins. It's more likely that the dance originates from either Georgia or Chechnya.
13 May 2013 15:54:00