Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Finland - "Oi Dai"

Happy greetings from Finland! We play and sing “Oi dai”, a traditional Finnish folksong from eastern Finland and the story of the song is telling about happy childhood, dear family and friends.

All the 21 pupils of the class 3A play instruments on this video: KANTELEs (Finnish national instrument), violin, recorder, double bass, xylophones, percussions and the children made the plan for the video and one of the pupils did the filming.

We hope you enjoy the song!

8 Comments:

Maria Antoinette Magro said...

I like the wide range of instruments. It's really wonderful that tall the children can play an instrument!
Good luck from Malta.

Ursula + Maria said...

We agree with Maria Antoinette!!
It´s so delightful that all children are playing such special instruments!!!
Good luck from
Austria

Daniel Murray said...

What a fantastic video Finland. Well Done.

Michael said...

You have a very talented class of children who sing beautifully and play instruments just as beautifully too!
Great to listen to!
Good luck from Scotland!

Rosa Delia DPS_teacher said...

Hello dear friends from Finland,

It’s awesome to see your children playing instruments. Congratulations!

Good luck from Canary Islands, Spain.

Dave Schrauwen said...

Hi Finland,

It's great to see how all the children play the instruments themselves! A whole lot of rehearsing must have gone into this lovely folk song!

A very nice entry this is!

Congratulations!

Dave from Belgium

Marek Fularz said...

Sweet. How many instruments do you play? :) Greetings from Poland

Mill Maymon said...

Hello Finland. I like children play instruments, and here it was a celebration to the ears and soul. I like the balloons and the traditional games the children played. A very nice clip.GREETINGS TO ALL CHILDREN. MEIRAV. ISRAEL