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Inexhaustible Springs Roundabouts

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Abstract
A film about the inexhaustible springs of folk art. Chum, deer in the tundra. The Nenets dance and sing in the tundra. Turkmen women are dancing. Highlanders dance with daggers. Household items of Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian peasants. Lithuanian women perform a national dance on the farm. A Lithuanian song is played. Ukrainian tile with a relief image and color painting. Moldovan youths play trembita; dancing boys and girls. Kyrgyz kamuzists are playing; says the Kyrgyz storyteller. Matchmaking scene performed by artists of the Azerbaijan theater. The Armenian, Georgian girls are singing. A Georgian youth plays the flute (salamuri). Girls in kokoshniks lead a round dance. Belarusian girls perform a dance with wreaths.
Director
E. Legate
Color
Color
Film ID
32105
Keywords
decorative and applied art
, peoples life
, music
Meterage
578
Number of Parts
2
Operators
O. Lebedev
Other Creators
Sound I. Smirnov, M. Gapeev
Release Date
1983
Sound
No Sound

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