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Baikal Jew's Harp Ensemble "Oh, My Dear Augustin" (O, du lieber Augustin)

There is a legend that this melody was born in Vienna at 17th century during the plague. But it's so nice and simple that still outlasts despite of its creator, and the plague, and 4 centuries over that ended. And we are sure if Apocalypse comes it will survive convincing people that isn't the end.
Baikal jew's harp ensemble unites jew's harp players from Vladimir Markov's jew's harp school and plays authors and folk melodies in own treatment adapted to jew's harp.
Baikal jew's harp ensemble: Vladimir Markov, Valentina Markova, Irina Bogatyreva, Julia Fedorova, Anna Rodionova, Vladimir Sidorov, Alexandr Logutko.
Screen by Irina Bogatyreva
Costumes by Julia Fedorova
Video by Vladimir Markov

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Comment by Marco Trochelmann on June 5, 2014 at 7:08pm

nice idea - and I like the way people look like while they are listening to overton music!

Comment by Marco Trochelmann on June 5, 2014 at 7:09pm

thank you for sharing it!

Comment by Vladimir Markov on June 12, 2014 at 3:48am

Thank you for warm words! :)

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