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Mandy Schneebeli
Swiss Folklore
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Complete your Mandy Schneebeli record collection. Discover Mandy Schneebeli's full discography. Profile: Founder of Phonodisc (6. .Marketplace 1 For Sale. Swiss Folklore ‎(Cass).

Folklore is the second studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado. It was released on 23 November 2003 through DreamWorks Records. While the album did not match the success of her previous album in such markets as the United States and Australia, it did however become a success in several European countries. Folklore spawned five singles: "Powerless (Say What You Want)", "Try", "Força", "Explode" and "The Grass Is Green". The album has sold three million copies worldwide.

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If you liked Swiss guitarist Sandro Schneebeli and his very groovey world jazz in Artbeat, make sure you catch his performances this week. Cairo Jazz Club Agency. This week, the experimental musician comes back for another endeavour to explore more of Egyptian music, injecting its oriental sounds into his compositions.

Mandy Moore is the self-titled third studio album by American pop singer Mandy Moore. It was released by Epic Records on June 19, 2001. Moore began taking more creative control of her music with the album, and moved away from her bubblegum pop sound and teen pop image from her previous two albums, and included elements of dance, techno, R&B, pop rock, hip hop and Middle Eastern music, and talked about more mature subject matters.

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Modern Fasnacht costume from Basel. Fasnacht, a mixture of Christian and pre-Christian beliefs, is a pre-Lenten Carnival. Swiss folklore is used to describe a collection of local stories, celebrations and customs of the alpine and sub-alpine peoples that occupy Switzerland. The country of Switzerland is made up of several distinct cultures including German, French, Italian as well as the Romansh speaking population of Graubünden. Each group has its own unique folkloric tradition. Switzerland has always occupied a crossroads of Europe.

Different Swiss folklore clubs and groups display. What started in 1969 as a small parade has become the largest cultural event of the summer in Zermatt. Different Swiss folklore clubs and groups display their traditions with music, traditional dress, dancesand colourful costumes from a nostalgic age. The highlight is a major parade through Zermatt on Sunday where around 1,000 participants make part of it. There will also be music and dance presentations, children’s activities and games as well as refreshments.


A1 Dä Chrigel Romer
A2 Ich Han Dich Gärn
A3 Swissco-Sound
A4 Det Wo Ich Diheimä Bin
A5 Mys Örgeli
A6 By Eus Dihei
A7 Luzernerlied
A8 Wens No Engel Git
B1 En Junge Appezeller
B2 Es Bitz Romantisch
B3 Schwyzerbuebe
B4 S'Lenzerheidi
B5 Swing Jodel
B6 Alei Uf Em Säntis
B7 Kim's Song


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