Jazz, ballet and basketball - 50 most interesting versions of "Shchedryk"
Our Leontovych - a composer, who wrote the masterpiece, which leitmotif consists essentially of the three notes (!). Imagine, the Ukrainian created a song, which is sang by the whole world, and musicians are never tired of producing more and more versions.
After several days of continuous "merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas" and "pryletila lastivochka" (Ukrainian, little swallow flew), we have finally
Happy Birthday, Shchedryk!
The holiday list is headed by Shchedryk’s record of the Soviet Ukraine times sang by the academic choir chapel "Dumka", which laid the basis of professional choral performance and a cappella singing in Ukraine.
Tina Karol, a singer, performed the Ukrainian carol along with the children's choir.
All but the lazy wrote about a cover of "Shchedryk" from the Pentatonix band. The band became famous in its time thanks to Youtube service.
This version of "Shchedryk" has got its followers, among whom – the Ukrainian girl’s quartet Mordent.
A genuine and sincere performance of "Shchedryk" by the ATO volunteers:
A version from the American band Straight No Chaser:
Santa Danelevycha, a participant of "X Factor-5" show, has given a sensual performance of "Shchedryk:
A version of the Christmas carol from the young participants of "The Voice. Children" show:
ThePianoGuys gain the garland by the number of views on YouTube.
Each of the instruments reveals in its own a familiar Christmas melody and adds a unique and original sounding.
Saxophone and guitar:
Kirby Shaw's "Christmas Jazz" from the students of Evanston High School, Wyoming, USA:
And here is "Shchedryk" in rather unexpected genres.
Epic Dynamic Rap Beat Hip Hop Instrumental by Shuka4Beats:
Sauniks Dubstep remix:
For example, the American teenager Kent Jenkins made a wind instrument of pipes and performed the most famous Ukrainian song on it.
Ukrainian musicians did not turn their backs on the well-known Christmas carol - listen how magically "Shchedryk" sounds on our colorful instrument.
Roman HrynkivA famous Ukrainian bandura-player and innovator performed "Shchedryk" together with a famous guitarist Al di Meola.
"Shadow of the Sun" (Ukrainian, Tin Sontsia)A Ukrainian band that plays in the style of Cossack rock (or heavy-folk) presented their own interpretation of the carol, where you can hear bandura along with the electric guitar.
Yaroslav DzhusAn author's fantasy on the theme of the Ukrainian ceremonial song written by the Ukrainian bandura player in the style of modern club culture, suggests having a look at a familiar work from a new angle.
B&BAn atmospheric "Shchedryk" from the bandura player Tatiana Mazur and the accordionist Serhii Shamrai. The band combines in the work the arrangement for bandura by Yaroslav Dzhus with dynamic club rhythms and panoramas of the Christmas Kyiv.
SHARAVARABANDA combination of folk art with jazz - this is "Shchedryk" from the modern orchestra of folk instruments.
"Troye Zillia"The band that performs modern Turkish, Egyptian and Latin American rhythms that won’t simply let you sit still, presented their version of "Shchedryk".
Green parkInstrumental "Shchedryk" in ethno-fusion style performs a trio consisting of Valentyn Lysenko, Yevhen Sedko and Andrii Moroz.
"Oecumene"Ethnic band "Oecumene" performed "Shchedryk" in bandura and saxophone adaptation.
National Chapel of Bandura-Players of UkraineThe greatest by the number of bandura-players Ukrainian version of "Shchedryk", in the intro improvises a bandura-player and innovator Ivan Tkalenko.
GoldMi DuetAnother instrumental duet GoldMi Duet presented their own version of "Shchedryk". Bandura - Natalka Holub, dulcimer - Viktor Dmytrenko.
Ensemble "Cheremshyna"One of the first performances of "Shchedryk" on bandura. A record from the album "A holiday of Christmas. Ukrainian Christmas" 1981.
Trio "Kralia"Another club version of "Shchedryk" from charming graduates of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy.
"Shpyliasti kobzari"A colorful sextet of bandura-players combines in "Shchedryk" a sounding of the Ukrainian bandura with a club track in the style of progressive house.
Ensemble of bandura players "Kalynovyi tsvit"And finally - the carol from the youngest bandura players. "Shchedryk" interpreted for bandura by Dmytro Bachynskyi performed by the students of Kamianets-Podilskyi F.D. Khanitsky Children’s Musical School.
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