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 Translation for 'sea shanty' from English to Bulgarian
морскамуз.
(sea) shanty {noun}
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Partial Matches
shanty {noun}барака {ж}
shanty {noun}колиба {ж}
геог.
Lincoln Sea {noun}
море {ср} Линкълн
геог.
White Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Русия]
геог.
Irish Sea {noun}
Ирландско море {ср}
геог.
Caspian Sea {noun}
Каспийско море {ср}
геог.
Barents Sea {noun}
Баренцово море {ср}
геог.
Chukchi Sea {noun}
Чукотско море {ср}
геог.
Kara Sea {noun}
Карско море {ср}
геог.
Laptev Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лаптеви
sea level {noun}морско равнище {ср}
геог.
Baltic Sea {noun}
Балтийско море {ср}
геог.
Mediterranean Sea {noun}
Средиземно море {ср}
геог.
Norwegian Sea {noun}
Норвежко море {ср}
геог.
North Sea {noun}
Северно море {ср}
геог.
Greenland Sea {noun}
Гренландско море {ср}
геог.
Labrador Sea {noun}
Лабрадорско море {ср}
геог.
Java Sea {noun}
Яванско море {ср}
геог.
Ligurian Sea {noun}
Лигурско море {ср}
геог.
Labrador Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лабрадор
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Usage Examples English
  • A Harwich International Shanty Festival was set up in 2006 to organise and co-ordinate an annual sea shanty festival in October.
  • The Seahouses Festival is an annual cultural event which began in 1999 as a small sea shanty festival.
  • The Hamborger Veermaster is a famous sea shanty sung in the regional dialect.
  • She was the first artist ever to win with a purely aural work, having made an installation under three bridges in Glasgow in which she sang folklorised versions of the sea shanty "Lowlands Away".
  • The song is written in the style of a sea shanty.

  • The looser term antiphony is generally used for any call and response style of singing, such as the kirtan or the sea shanty and other work songs, and songs and worship in African and African-American culture.
  • In keeping with the "same key" idea, Carman's "Ballad of Lost Haven" (1897) was a collection of poetry about the sea. Its notable poems include the macabre sea shanty "The Gravedigger".
  • Since 2004, the village has served as the backdrop to the ITV television series "Doc Martin". It also is home to the sea-shanty singing group Fisherman's Friends.
  • The 1956 film "Moby Dick", directed by John Huston, featured Lloyd singing a sea shanty as the Pequod first sets sail. There is also a brief visual clip of him.
  • In 1949 RCA Victor, inventors of the single 45 RPM format, released as one of their first singles a recording of the legend in song in bandleader Hugo Winterhalter's "The Flying Dutchman", sung as a sea shanty.

  • Kimber's Men, a sea shanty group, recorded "Don't Take The Heroes" on their CD of the same name.
  • After their hard-earned victory, the clerks sing a heroic sea shanty as they "sail the wide accountan-sea" in search of further conquests.
  • "Alabama" is the subject of a sea shanty, "Roll, Alabama, Roll" which was also the basis of a 2014 record of the same name by British contemporary folk band Bellowhead.
  • As a composer, Spiegl scored a popular success with the original theme from the TV series "Z-Cars", based on "Johnny Todd", a Liverpool sea shanty.
  • The foundry's smithies ("fondeurs") sing a sea-shanty, which Cellini sees as a bad omen.

  • A New England version of the sea shanty "Spanish Ladies" changes 'England' to 'New England' or, in some versions, 'Boston' or 'New Bedford', and 'British sailors' to 'Yankee Whalermen'.
  • Roberton's "Mingulay Boat Song" and the traditional "General Taylor" for the sea shanty-compilations "Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys" and "Son of Rogues Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys".
  • Others were produced for various side projects, such as ABC's "Nightline in Primetime" TV mini-series "Brave New World" ("All Alone", a sea shanty-like song about a bacterium transported to the Moon by Surveyor 3); a special edition of "McSweeney's Quarterly Concern" ("Theme from McSweeney's"); and the radio show This American Life ("I'm Sick (of This American Life)").
  • He performed "The Fiddler" with Richard Greene on Hal Willner's sea shanty-compilation "Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys" (2006), as well as "The Chantey of Noah and his Ark (Old School Song)" on its follow-up "Son of Rogues Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys" (2013).
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