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  1. There are two types of Finnish folk songs: rhymed folk songs and Kalevala -songs. The two types are distinguished by their use of rhyme and alliterations as well as metre.
  2. There are a couple of easily identifiable Finnish folk song types, of which runolaulu is the most common. This is a four-footed trochaic form using only the first five notes of a scale. It doesn’t rhyme, but is highly alliterative, and often tells stories about heroes like Väinämöinen, Lemminkäinen and Kullervo .
  3. Apr 19,  · one more time, Ieva's Polka was written by a couplet writer active in by the name of Eino Kettunen. This performance was recorded in Language.
  4. Pelimanni music is the Finnish version of the Nordic folk dance music, and it is tonal music. The word means “folk musician” and it also applies to musicians who play with folk dance. Traditionally it is played with fiddle, clarinet, accordion or harmonium. Common dances in Finland are polka, mazurka, schottische, quadrille, waltz, and minuet.
  5. Säkkijärven polkka ("the Säkkijärvi polka "), also called the "Karelian-Finnish Polka," is a well-known folk tune from Finland, very popular with Finnish accordionists. It was especially popularized by Viljo "Vili" Vesterinen (–).
  6. " Ievan polkka " (Savo Finnish for " Ieva 's Polka ") is a popular Finnish song with lyrics written in the early s by Eino Kettunen to a traditional Finnish polka tune. The song is sung in very heavy Eastern Savonian dialects spoken in North Karelia.
  7. Värttinä (meaning "spindle") is a Finnish folk music band that started as a project by Sari and Mari Kaasinen in in the village of Rääkkylä, in Gjallarhorn 25, listeners.
  8. Apr 12,  · The centenary of Finnish independence is celebrated all through in Finland and also beyond Finland’s borders. In honor of the year, we took a look at history and compiled a playlist of Finnish songs or artists that have made a lasting impression internationally over the years.. The decades offer a great variety of exciting music, starting off with the early 20th century orchestral.

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