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Vizma Belševica - Dzeja flac album Performer: Vizma Belševica
Title: Dzeja
Style: Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Poetry, Vocal, Disco
Released: 1980
MP3 album: 1508 mb
FLAC album: 1807 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MP4 VOC XM MIDI TTA AUD WAV
Genre: Records / Pop

Vizma Belševica (May 30, 1931, Riga – August 6, 2005) was a Latvian poet, writer and translator. She was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Belševica's father Žanis Belševics was a worker, and her mother Vera Belševica (maiden name Cīrule) was a housewife. The family was relatively poor, as only one of the two spouses did paid work. Vizma's father had drinking problems, which aggravated when during the Great Depression he lost his job as a baker

Profile: (30 May 1931 - 6 August 2005), Latvian poet, writer and translator.

Vizma Belševica published her first poems in 1947; her first book of poetry appeared in 1955. Her most notable poetry collections are Jūra deg (The Sea is Burning, 1966), Gadu gredzeni (Annual Rings, 1969), Madarās (In My Lady's Bedstraw, 1976), Kamola tinēja (The Clew Winder, 1981), Dzeltu laiks (Autumn Time, 1987). Within the Soviet Union of the 1960s–1980s, several books of her selected poetry were published in Russian, Belarusian and Armenian. Her poems were translated into English by Inara Cedrins for the anthology Contemporary Latvian Poetry published by the University of Iowa Press in 1983. From the 1980s onwards, Belševica has been regularly present on the Swedish literary scene, (translator Juris Kronbergs), books of her poetry and Bille stories have enjoyed immense critical success and wide readership there.

10 March 2017 ·. Vizma Belševica. 10 March 2017 ·. Aleksandrs Čaks.

Includes the names: Vizma Belševica, Vizma Belševica. Kamola tinēja : dzeja 1 copy. Näktergalars infarkt : dikter 1 copy. Lauztā sirds uz goda dēļa : stāsti 1 copy. Vizma Belševica is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Vizma Belševica is composed of 3 names. You can examine and separate out names.

Zemes siltums : dzeja, Vizma Belševica. 115 lpp. Belševica, Vizma. Visu ziemu šogad pavasaris : dzejas, Vizma Belševica.

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Vizma Belševica (1931-2005). Translation from the Latvian by Astrida Stahnke. Es mīlestību savu nesu tā. Es mīlestību savu nesu tā, kā bērns nes kastaņlapu -. Tik nopietni tur rokā pastieptā, tik grūti sīko soli līdzsvarot. Ar milzu rudeni visapkārt. Krīt un krīt no kokiem, čaukstot, zelta noslēpumi un soļus jauc. And not to envy the flower. Vizma Belševica (1931-2005). Translation from the Latvian by Māra Rozītis. Kur gaisma neieskatās.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Vārdi Par Vārdiem 2:03
A2 Dziesmiņa Lietainā Naktī
Vocals – Aija Kukule
3:58
A3 Vārdi Par Pūpoliem 2:04
A4 Dziesma Par Lakstīgalu Infarktu
Vocals – Aija Kukule
4:51
A5 Atlantīdas Gals Un Sākums 4:42
A6 Es Aiziet Nevaru
Vocals – Mirdza Zīvere
3:31
B1 Ozoli 4:10
B2 Madarās. Apsēs 4:21
B3 Mana Aizmūža Māte - Vālodze 0:52
B4 Ugunsziedi 4:20
B5 Mārsils 2:30
B6 Es Nepostīsu Tavu Mirkļa Māju, Taurenīt 1:07
B7 Man Saka: Esi Prātīga. Raudības Kronis 2:05
B8 Vai Esmu Mājās? 2:00

Credits

  • Artwork – Anita Kreituse
  • Directed By [Artistic Director] – Aleksandrs Grīva
  • Leader [Instrumental Ensemble] – Raimonds Pauls (tracks: A2, A4, A6)
  • Music By – Raimonds Pauls (tracks: A2, A4, A6)
  • Recorded By – Jāzeps Kulbergs (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B1-B8), Kārlis Pinnis (tracks: A2, A4, A6)

Notes

РИЖСКИЙ ЗАВОД ГРАМПЛАСТИНОК
ТИП. РЗГ "МЕЛОДИЯ" 2194 1000
АРТ. 36-8 ЦЕНА РУБ 1,45


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On disc mostly recorded poetry but tracks A2, A4 are bright samples of soviet psychedelia rock