1980s Soviet metal pin of a Chukchi eskimo girl in representation of Asya kya, the State Song and Dance Ensemble of the Komi Republic. Carrying the meaning of 'morning dawn' in Komi language, it was the first professional artistic group of the Komi Republic, with its work based on the original culture of the Komi people in 1923. Songs, dances and colorful music convey the character, customs, traditions, beliefs of the northern people and the whole world around them. In the programs of the ensemble, for the first time, Komi national household instruments (chipsans, pölyany, various noise - knockers, sargan, zil-zel, etc.) were brought to the stage. Songs are performed both in Russian and in the Komi languages
3 x 3cm
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