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Esperanto music

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Esperanto music

Esperanto music is music written, recorded, and performed in Esperanto, a constructed language intended for international communication. The term is sometimes also used to encompass music which refers to Esperanto in some way.

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Classical music

  • Lou Harrison, who incorporated styles and instruments from many world cultures in his music, used Esperanto titles and/or texts in several of his works, most notably La Koro-Sutro (1973).
  • David Gaines used Esperanto texts for his Symphony No. 1 (Esperanto) for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1994–98) and Povas plori mi ne plu (I Can Cry No Longer) for unaccompanied SATB choir (1994).
  • Montagu C. Butler
  • Musicians, singers and Bands

  • Dolchamar
  • Jean-Marc Leclercq (JoMo)
  • Kim J. Henriksen
  • Kajto
  • Songs

  • "La Espero"
  • More than 3000 songs in a Songwiki
  • Music companies and publishers

  • ESP-Disk
  • Vinilkosmo
  • Floréal Martorell
  • Brazila-Esperanto-Ligo
  • Edistudio
  • Nigra Kato
  • Rusa Esperantista Unio
  • Events and projects

  • Vinilkosmo kompil'
  • Kolekto 2000
  • Esperanto Subgrunde kompil'
  • FESTO (Esperanto meeting)
  • References

    Esperanto music Wikipedia


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