SONG OF THE WEEK...The Countries of the World. Music of Countries A to Z. Each week or more the next letter. Post yours here.
Music of Countries A to Z. Each week or more the next letter. Post yours here.
WELCOME TO THE WEEK OF THE LETTER "A"...Plenty of Countries starting with "A"
"A" is for my country AUSTRALIA...should be heaps to post from the land down under
MEN AT WORK
"LAND DOWN UNDER"
"A" is for ANGOLA
BONGA KUENDA singing for his homeland...exquisitely beautiful
Brilliant Angolan grooves
"A" is for ALGERIA...a country of amazing musical culture...get ready to be excited
HASNA EL BECHARIA
ALGERIA...Excitement Plus...turn it up and get ready to rock
The Australian song so famous National Geographic once published an article on it, Waltzing Matilda.
This version by Wendy Matthews, John Schumann and Brian Cadd:
Johnny Cash sang a version too:
Australia: AC/DC "Back in Black":
Australia: Midnight Oil "Warakurna"
The Roosta is crowing...Welcome Ezra
The week of the Letter "A"...many more countries can come
"A" is for ARMENIA...a surprise this one
For the 1994 World Cup in the United States, the Argentina National Team was based in Boston. One consequence was that this song covered the city that summer. Its a blatant remake of an older song from the Netherlands with new lyrics, but give them points for trying.
Argentina: P.O.P.P.Y, "Argentina"
"A" is for AUSTRIA
Winner of Eurovision 2014...Fabulous song
"RISE LIKE A PHOENIX"
Heads up gents.....the Dangerous One is in the room!!
Great start to another exciting quest for music....I'm excited to be a part of this esteemed group of audiophiles!
The land of OZ has given us a tremendous amount of great music....this one is a personal favorite.
John Butler Trio...."Zebra"
My mind drifted to think of countries that begin with the letter A. Austria?
This means only one person....Mozart.
Did you see that coming?
"The Marriage of Figaro Overture"
Courtesy of the Wiener Symphony
The tiny nation of Andorra brings us Anonymous....with Salvem el Mon (Let's save the world)
In response to: Msg #196294
Since we're discussing classical performances from Austria, possibly the most recognizable classical piece in the world:
Austria: Vienna Philharmonic with Leonard Bernstein, Beethoven "Symphony #9"
Australia: INXS "Disappear"
MJ sneaking in here--- brining you some sounds from the island nation of Antigua. One of my favorite songs.