Raimonds Pauls’ legendary song “Dāvāja Māriņa” has been recorded in a new version

The cello trio “Melo-M” in cooperation with the well-known singer Dinārs Rudāns has this week released a new song – a unique and new version of one of Raimonds Pauls’ most popular songs “Dāvāja Māriņa”, which serves as a forerunner of cellists and Rudāne .

The popular Raimonds Pauls song with the words of Leonas Briežis in the new version of “Dāvāja Māriņa” surprises with the sound of a cello and emotional singing in a contemplative and modern mood. The song’s recording and musical approach have also been praised by the song’s author, Maestro Raimonds Pauls.

The new record is a convincing message for the collaboration of the cello trio “Melo-M” with Dinārs Rudāns, which has been crowned with the music program “Five Elements” for more than a year.

The name of the concert program is not a coincidence, as it is dominated by five different musical moods: academic music, rock and pop music, songs by Latvian authors and references to folk or world music.

The name of the concert program is also unexpectedly associated with a special musical surprise – the composition “Diva’s Dance”, staged in collaboration between the soloist and “Melo-M”, which is better known from the film “Fifth Element” and stands out with special vocal complexity.

Other compositions in the program include the song “Who Wants To Live Forever” by the group “Queen”, the rock anthem “Smoke On The Water”, “Sweet Dreams” sung by Annie Lenox, as well as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Night Queen’s Aria from the opera “Magic flute ”and many other compositions.

This autumn, the concert program “Five Elements” “Melo-M” and Dināra Rudāne offer to attend several concerts in Latvian city cultural centers.

The next concerts are expected on October 9 at Bergi Culture Center, October 18 at Jelgava Culture House, October 23 at Aluksne Culture House, October 30 at the Sigulda Devons Culture Center and on November 20 at the Latgale Embassy “Gors”. Tickets for concerts can be purchased at “Biļešu paradīze” sales points and on the website bilesuparadize.lv.

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