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Post  Tue, Nov 13 2018, 1:28 pm
I would like someone fluent in Russian to check, and confirm or correct:
my Cyrillic rekeyboarding (from a website's PDF of the actual sheet music) of the folk song I previously posted a query about (back in August), which I have since finally identified, and of which I requested a copy from an official archive;
my transcription of the above into Latin alphabet characters (I.e., how accurately my spelling reflects the proper Russian pronunciation); and
my translation into rhyming, rhythm-matching, singable English.
The first two of the above are arranged in two parallel columns on one side of a letter-sized sheet; the translation comprises the back side of the sheet.
Anyone willing to have a go should simply post a response here, and I will send her the MSWord file comprising the two pages.
Thanks in advance to anyone willing to check the original composer's and my lyrics.
Original Russian title: Na Opushke Lesa; Tune: earliest known version of "The Little Bird".
Regards and kol tuv,
Choirmistress.
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