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DIMASH – SAMALTAU (Samal Tau) – Silk Road Festival 2019 – Rock Musician REACTION

DIMASH – SAMALTAU (Samal Tau) – Silk Road Festival 2019 – Rock Musician REACTION


Happy Dimash Day everybody!
I am Nate and we are back with a brand new tune by Dimash.
This is Samaltau. I hope I said that right. Probably not!
But I am going to go with that until I am corrected otherwise, so I am ready for you
all to help me out with that one. I apologize if I am sounding a little weird
today. I am sick. I have a pretty nasty cold. It has been the last couple of days, but I
am going to plow through this to make sure we keep Dimash Day on schedule. Especially
since he has got a new song. This song is apparently about the rise of the Kazakh people
around World War I. I am thinking against the Soviet Union? Or whatever it was called
at that point. Let me see what the captions are like on this. Turkish? We do not want
Turkish. Are there any others? English? Ok, we are going to use the auto-generated ones
which means that they are going to be…NOT GOOD (laughs).
At least it will give me some idea of what the vocals are saying. I am really excited!
There is a lot of new Dimash here coming out and that is a beautiful thing for Dimash Day.
Let just get right to it! Here we go. Samaltau by Dimash
I did that thing where I forgot to plug in my headphones again. See that is the problem
when you are sick. You do stupid things because your brain stops working like mine has been
all day long. I am probably going to say some things that do not make sense, but that is
what it is (laughs) Alright, here we go. Samaltau by Dimash! That is pretty cool! Sounds like a wolf howling That is cool! That is super cool! What is the name of that instrument? Nice! Very nice! That was a beautiful song. It was very powerful.
I was trying to watch the subtitles but the subtitles were completely worthless (laughs)
Very very powerful song in the delivery alone. There is a lot of meaning behind it. It is
very heartfelt and I can see why this song could be or is perhaps dear to the Kazakh
people. If it accurately…and if Dimash is doing it, then I assume it is accurate, so
if it is held in that high of regard then it clearly an important song to the culture.
I think that is cool that he pays homage to that by covering these songs and maybe bringing
them back to the forefront or at least opening people, like myself, up to them that would
not have heard them otherwise. That is one of the things that I do appreciate about Dimash
is that there are a lot of songs that I am now aware of that I was not before because
of him and what he does. Although I begin to kind of run out of superlatives for him
and his talent and his ability to convey his message. I begin to view him as a door into
new experiences, new music, new styles that I am otherwise not privy to, and stories I
would not know otherwise. This song was perfect example of that. I get to immerse myself into
something I do not know and now I am going to look the story up even more. I am going
to try to educate myself on some history that I am unaware of. I love history. I like learning
about the past and I like trying to understand it and how it impacts the future. Gain some
empathy towards the struggles of different cultures that I was not aware of. I am going
to look forward to getting into this one and getting more of the story and put the words
behind the feeling. There is definitely a lot of feeling there. I will be looking for
the lyrics and the deeper story behind the song to understand it. I am going to go climb
back into my bed because I feel like hell! Thank you all. I hope you are having a great
Dimash Day. Obviously, mine is a little bit of a struggle, but here we are. The video
is here. I am not letting it stop me. I hope you all are having a great one. I hope you
enjoyed the video. If you do, as always, hit LIKE. Please hit SUBSCRIBE if you have not
yet already. Join us on our Friday Dimash journey. Next week we will do Ogni Pietra,
the fancam version. I have been dying to get to that one! But a new song has got to take
precedent. At least, it usually takes precedent. That is what happened here and I am glad we
did this because I will have something to do while I am laid up in bed. I will start
looking up this song. Thank you all. I appreciate you all so much for hanging with me every
week. Hopefully. next week I will be feeling a little bit better and my brain will work
a bit more smoothly than it is now (laughs) Thank you again. Thanks for watching and we
will see you next week. Happy Dimash Day, everyone!

100 thoughts on “DIMASH – SAMALTAU (Samal Tau) – Silk Road Festival 2019 – Rock Musician REACTION”

  1. Нет! Это война не против Советского Союза! Тогда еще не было Советского Союза. Это 1914 год. Первая Мировая война. Война – это людские страдания, слезы… Не дай Бог! Димаш очень хорошо передал в песне, яснее быть не может. Печально. Талант Димаша вызывает восхищение!

  2. ДОРОГОЙ ДРУГ! Спасибо за очередную пятницу – всегда жду этот день, чтобы встретиться с Вами и послушать очередную реакцию на песню, узнать Ваше мнение, Ваши мысли. // Хотела бы пояснить Вам, что в 1916 году НЕ существовало СОВЕТСКОГО СОЮЗА. А Казахстан входил в состав Российской империи. Этой песне "Самал тау" более 100 лет, в ней отражены события 1916 года. Молодого казахского парня мобилизовали на Первую Мировую войну. Он идет по дороге, впереди – неизвестность, ужасы войны, позади – престарелые родители, родной дом, родная степь. На сцене прекрасные декорации – бескрайняя Великая казахская степь, вдали горы Самалтау, вдалеке виден свет в окнах домов и река. Сверху луна освещает пейзаж. Перед песней музыкант на традиционном казахском инструменте КОБЫЗ имитирует голоса ночной степи – вой волков, лай собак, голоса ночных птиц. И звучит беспредельный в своей тоске голос Димаша. Эта старинная песня в исполнении Димаша получила новую жизнь и поражает нас своей необычной мелодией – бескрайней, как сама Великая степь Казахстана.

  3. Спасибо! Выздоровливайте. Не перегружайте организм, берегите себя. 🙏

  4. Дорогой SaWD! У Вас такая правильная речь, Вы очень ясно излагаете свои мысли, что мне не составило труда записывать Ваше выступление за автопереводчиком. Чувствуется, что Вы – образованный, грамотный и культурный человек. Записывая Ваше выступление, читала его и поймала себя на мысли, что я почти со всем согласна. Спасибо Вам. // SaWD сказал: "Очень-очень мощная сама по себе песня, в ней много смысла, она очень душевная. И я понимаю, почему эта песня дорога казахским людям. Если это точно, и, если Димаш сделал эту песню, я предполагаю, что он так ее высоко ценит. Это очень важная песня для культуры. Я думаю, это круто, что он отдает дань уважения. Исполняя эти песни, Димаш опять выводит их на первый план или, по крайней мере, вновь открывает их людям. Например, таким, как я, ведь иначе я бы никогда не услышал эту песню. Это одна из вещей, которые я ценю в Димаше. В том, что есть много песен, которые мне были неизвестны раньше, то, что он их делает. Хотя я у меня уже закончились слова в превосходной степени, чтобы сказать о его таланте и его способности передавать через песню сообщения нам. Я начинаю рассматривать его как дверь в новый опыт, в новую музыку, в новые стили. В противном случае я не стал бы причастен к этой истории, которая в песне. Не знал бы ее иначе. Эта песня была идеальной. Она пример того, что я погружаюсь во что-то, чего я не знаю, и теперь я имею возможность познакомиться с историей еще больше. Я иду, чтобы попытаться обучить себя некоторой истории, о которой я не в курсе. Я люблю историю. Мне нравится узнавать о прошлом и мне нравится пытаться понять, как это влияет на будущее. Получить немного сопереживания к борьбе разных культур, о которых я не знал. Я иду и с нетерпением жду, чтобы получить (узнать) больше истории и понять за словами чувства. Определенно есть в этой песне много чувств. Я буду искать лирику (перевод текста песни), понимая, что там более глубокая история. Нужно знать текст, чтобы понять это."

  5. Hi Nick,
    Happy Dimash Day and I wish you good health🍀love the traditional songs Dimash singing in his own languages. It feels familiair to me, because of the music melodies. The emotion you can hear and feel it when Dimash sings. Just amazing👌love also the traditional music instrument Kobyz👍👏 I also appreciate the love for his country and we learn a lot through Dimash.
    Lyrics: "Samal Mountain, My sad homeland, My Shalkar Lake. What prepares my life as a soldier? Again and again. I remember, we have to cut the umbilical cord. My sad country. We are not equestrian, we are going on foot, more Weak on foot. After fifteen days of traveling, we are somewhere near the city of Omba. My age is 2 mushel, I was born in the year of the cow. By order of destiny, I was exiled. Samal Mountain, my sad Homeland, far away We are a lagging school of horses of the lost pack My mother and my father … They are old of age … this song was composed by misfortune for 16 years, Samal Mountain, My sad homeland, My Shalkar Lake What does the soldier who prepares for me share?

    History of the song "Samaltau" by Ainura Umarova:
    1916 … World War I was underway. The Russian Tsar issues a decree on the draft in the Kazakh army between 19 and 39. Samal Tau is the song of those recruits. The area where the recruits came from was called Samal Tau. This is in the northern region of Kazakhstan.
    The author's name is not preserved in people's memory. The song has the following words: "We are tired, very tired for 15 days, we almost arrived in Omsk. Behind was Samal Tau, where I was born and raised. The life of an unknown soldier is ahead. The elderly parents remained at home How will they live without them?

  6. Samal Tau is an old historical folk Kazakh song and tells the story from First World War. The name of the author is not known. Kazakhstan was at that time part of Russian empire. The Russian Tsar issues a decree the draft of Kazakhs aged 19–39 years for the army. Samal Tau is the song of these recruits. The place where they came from was called "Samal Tau" in the North Kazakhstan region. The song contains the words: “We wander tired, very tired for 15 days, almost reached Omsk. Samal Tau, where I was born and raised, was left behind. Elderly parents stayed at home. How are they supposed to live without me? ". The song also has information about the age of the author. He is a little over two mushels old. He was born in the year of the cow, which means in 1888, so he is 28 years old.
    The instrument's name is Kobyz (Kazakh: қобыз, Qobyz) or kyl-kobyz and is an ancient Kazakh string instrument. It has two strings made of horsehair. The resonating cavity is usually covered with goat leather. According to legends, the kobyz and its music could banish evil spirits, sicknesses and death and imitate animal voices and bells of cattle herds of Kazakhstan steppe. In this song it really sounds like a wolf.

    DKIFC/sLOVEnia

  7. Hi, im really always happy to see you. 🙂 dont be sick! 🙂 about the song…. you know, i worked whit my folk-history, not because the imformation, what i intersing the human and lookfor there, because i understood the human's really problems began when they lost the relationship whit the nature…. i think, then we lost something important to know and understand selfs and life. Yes i think too, he wants bring messidge for us..
    Hug you, love you, be better and thanks your work for us <3

  8. Oh something more… 🙂 for me its something like he say now, ( maybe to self too) he goes to Amerika not because he waits or looks for there something, he goes to bring something 🙂 🙂 🙂

  9. Hello! Thanks for the reaction! Be healthy!

    As far as I know, this Kazakh folk song is about how Kazakh warriors were sent to the war by order of the Russian tsar. This was during the time of the Tsarist Russian Empire in the era of the First World War. This song reflects the anguish and pain of the soldiers who went to war, who may be the last time they see their relatives and their homeland. The howl of wolves, the barking of dogs, the sound of bells worn by herds (sheep, goats, donkeys), yurts (the dwellings of people raising domestic animals), the steppes with its vast expanses, running rivers – all this comes to life. And thanks to Dimash, we see these animated pictures, he sings so emotionally. Not one of his songs is not passing! All contain deep meaning. Thanks to him!!

  10. Sending you lots of love from Singapore ! Get well soon 😍 Always looking forward to your reactions on our Beloved Dimash 💖 Appreciate you making the time to fulfill your duty for us Dears .. Take care our Dear Nate .. see you next Dimash Day ❤💓💖💕💞💟

  11. Nate, you are a true, true Dear. You have the best attitude to being open to world music, especially Dimash's performances. Love your reactions please feel better soon. Lots of love from the UK 💜

  12. Благодарю от души за тёплые слова в адрес творчества Димашика, выздоравливайте🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🤩💖🤩💖👍👌✊✌️Эта баллада вызывает у меня ощущения, будто это планета наша поёт, просит нас о благоразумие, Димашик Чудоооо, Властелин музыки и вокальный волшебник, умеет преподнести любую музыку до вселенского масштаба 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🤩💖🤩💖🤩💖👍👌✊✌️

  13. В этой песне трагедия 1916 года. Русский царь нанес оскорбительный удар по казахскому народу. Была РЕКВИЗИЦИЯ! мужчин на окопные работы в русскую армию. От лица молодого 25 летнего парня описан пеший переход в 15 дней до города Омск. Это стало поводом для народного восстания 1916 года и последующих преступных карательных мер русской империи. Пострадали казахский и кыргызский народы

  14. Спасибо за реакцию и за попытку понять смысл песни.

  15. First of all, get well soon, rest and relax.
    The musical instrument is called a Kobyz
    "It is an ancient Kazakh string instrument.
    Traditionally the kobyzes were sacred instruments that were owned by bakses and shamans. According to legends, the kobyz and its music could banish evil spirits, sicknesses and death.
    In the 1930s, when the first folk instrument orchestras were established in the Soviet republic of Kazakhstan, a new kind of kobyz came into existence. It now had four metallic strings and thus became closer to a violin. Such a modernized kobyz can be used to play both Kazakh music and the most complicated works of violin literature. One of the few western musicians to use the kobyz is Trefor Goronwy." yes wiki and research are my friends lol

  16. Үлкен рахмет.🙏 Сiздi де түсiньеймiз, бiрақ қараймыз, сезiнемiз. 👌Бәрi керемет. 👍🎶💖🇰🇿👏

  17. Nick, I hope you get better, whatever it is. Much Health. A really beautiful Kazakh song, where it looks like the lyrics were written by a young Kazakh forced to go to war by the Russian people. The musical instruments and divine musicians, simulating the daily life of a Kazakh village, being invaded by Russian soldiers . The stage is beautiful, depicts the moon lighting the yurt with lights on, the river and Dimash as always sings divinely, with the emotion and suffering of their people in their voice. Loved this folkloric song. Hugs BRAZIL

  18. Ahhh…Friday….Yes, I am here…I am so sorry that you are not feeling well….I hope you are much better very soon..watch some Dimash videos, I recommend his very first music video…on his channel…Korkemin…..it will bring a smile ….

  19. This is the song of young soldier coming to the Russian empire's army (not soviet union). He left his home on 23 year of service.

  20. Great reaction. If you want to see a video that talks a little about Samaltau’s history, has English subtitles and has some war and soldier clips mixed into the video—which the latter makes it VERY powerful and emotional video to watch. Highly suggested. https://youtu.be/reDmzi6ep5k

  21. Dimash cantando essa música tradicional do Cazaquistão, com sua linda voz e interpretação magistral, nos transporta para outros lugares e outros tempos!! Foi extraordinário e apaixonante!!
    Os músicos e seus instrumentos tradicionais do Cazaquistão foram incríveis!! O cenário estava belíssimo!! Tudo impecável!! Dimash é mesmo inigualável+!
    👏🏼👏🏾👏🏾👏🏽👏🏻👏🏿😍😍😍🎶🎶🎶🇧🇷🇧🇷

  22. Песня удивительно волнует,до глубины души,настолько сильная, мощная и трагическая .Боль, и тоска прослеживается , во всем.Так уж сложилось.Димаш исполнил великолепно ,эту песню.Спасибо Димаш-жан , ты истинный певец мира.Спасибо за прекрасную песню.

  23. Hi Nick, I have to agree with others, I've experienced some kind of change in your reactions to Dimash, more deep and resonating with his artistry. I love it very much. Thank you for happy Dimash Fridays. Greetings from Czech Republic 💕🇨🇿👍

  24. Oiiiii! A sexta-feira começou super bem com "Happy Dimash Day!" o/o/o/ Essa musica e muito comovente e da forma que DImash a interpreta faz com que a gente viage para o Cazaquistão e viva cada passo do povo cazaque naqueles dias tão dificeis e tristes para eles, nao só sinto vontade de chorar como eu choro mesmo! Também estou pesquisando sobre o tema e estou impressionada com a a força do povo cazaque, tenho certeza que você irá gostar de fazer essa pesquisa também. Obrigada por reagir a Dimash <3
    Melhoras para você! 😉 Kisses from Brazil! <3

  25. Спасибо, не смотря что приболели, сделали реакцию, желаю скорейшего выздоровления.

  26. Рахмет, какой Вы ответственный👏👏👏 выздоравливайте 💪💪💪 это для нас грустная песня, рахмет за реакцию ❤

  27. I love this song……it is heart breaking. This is a Kazakh Folk song about their tragic history of forced colonial conscription in WW1, starvation, decimation of their population. Dimash has a dream to put out an album of Kazakh folk songs to share with the world. Dimash polled fans yesterday on instagram to see the interest level……which based on comments was very high. Dimash's team are working on the subs. In the meantime, Michael Zech has a multi-language sub video on his channel.

  28. A very articulate and sympathetic reaction, your spirit is well though your body is ill. I hope you get better quickly. Thank you for this.

  29. Another nice reaction and commentary Dude! Sorry to hear you're ill. I pray you heal quickly. Thanks bro! 😁👍👍

  30. У нас уже столько свидании было, и я их все время жду))) Вы уже жениться на мне должны, после стольких свидании😂😭😘🙏🏼❤Шутка. Мне очень нравится ПЯТНИЦА, потому что , там будет Димаш и Вы)((

  31. Thanks, Nate. I hope you're asleep now. Get better quickly, you will need your brain when you watch Ogni Pietra next Friday. Thanks for reacting to Samul Tau. It's breathtaking.

  32. Какой Вы стали супер настоящий Диарс, поздравляю!!! Даже болезнь не может помешать насладиться пятницей, Днем ДИМАША!! Спасибо большое,Ваши реакции всегда очень искренние и интересные, с нетерпением ждем и с удовольствием смотрим. Поправляйтесь, будьте здоровы!

  33. The forced service of Kazakhs into a war they had nothing to do with…its sad. Thanks dude!! Feel better soon! Wish you were coming to NY in December!!😁❤✌

  34. You are not just a smart reactor about music…but you are a very smart person and I’m getting more impressed watching your channel.Thank you for your great interest about DIMASH..his music..his culture..and his story.You are so real with your words and we dears love you for your honest opinion all the time.

  35. Please use the official vid from Igor Krutoy's YT channel for Ogni Pietra(Olimpico).The sound is much better and you can se the stage show.Link: https://youtu.be/dkPS6t84qg4 Arnau concert.
    Or you can do a double.Link fancam: https://youtu.be/8k1AHMxq-0g. 😁I can hardly wait for this😊
    Hope you get well soon🙏😊

  36. The song Samaltau, arranged by Yerlan Bekchurin.

    The story ofthe song:

    1916 … World War I was underway. The Russian Tsar issues a decree on the draft of the Kazakh army aged between 19 and 39 years. Samal Tau is the song of those recruits. The area from which the recruits came was called Samal Tau. This is in the region of northern Kazakhstan.
    The author's name is not kept in the people's memory.

    The song has the following words:

    "We are tired, very tired for 15 days, we have almost reached Omsk.

    Samal Tau was left behind, where I was born and raised.

    The life of an unknown soldier is ahead.

    The elderly parents remained at home.

    How will they live without me? "

    The song also contains information on the author's age. It is little more than two mushrooms. He was born in the year of the cow. This means that he was born in 1888 and is 28 years old.

    Words of the song:

    Samal Tau, my native land, the immense sea
    What days await me in the soldiers
    Remember again and again
    Birthplace where he was born and raised

    I'm not driving, I'm walking
    Even slower than walking
    For fifteen days of trekking
    Approaches Omsk

    I am at the age of two cycles, year of the cow
    By the will of destiny, he went to a distant land
    Samal Tau, native lands left behind
    We are like a school of horses, torn from our native lands

    My mother and my father
    They are old years advanced …
    This song has been folded
    16th bad luck

    Samal Tau, my native land, the immense sea
    What days await me in the soldiers.

  37. Hiii Nate, im really like your reactions for every Dimash's songs, and im always watching your Friday day Dimash day <3<3

    Because Samaltau is Kazakh Folk song and everyone love it, yesterday in Dimash's Instagram told us that he have a dream to release an exclusive album of Kazakh folk songs, he asking our as his dears opinion that we interested in this idea or not… so what you think ?

  38. Да, когда аудитория собрана почему бы не спеть, то народное донести свою историю своего народа, сто лет этой песне, почти все так поют эту песню, но только Димашу удалось заставить слушать, реакцинировать культуру пения, но Вы хорошо поняли смысл песни,

  39. DESDE ARGENTINA, BELLÍSIMA CANCIÓN!!!!!!!!!! DIMASH ÚNICO!!!!!!!!!!! 👏👏👏🥇🥇🥇🥇💎💎💎💎💙💙💙💙💙🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷

  40. Hii hope you get well soon! Yeah, it’s a very beautiful song. The fact that you didn’t feel well but posted, thanks✨! I totally agree Dimash showed me like another world but in reality I was kinda close minded. Thanks a lot! React to "Ogni Pietra", "Love is like a Dream" or “Hello" 🤩

  41. Nate, good to see you Friday. Let me be a little more specific. The German Empire entered World war I in August 1914, declaring war on the Russian Empire, and then Germany declared war on France and the British Empire. At that time Kazakhstan was part of the Russian state! In 1916, by the decree of the Tsar, men aged 19-39 years, including Kazakhs, were called to military service. "Samal Tau" is the song of those conscripts. The area from which the recruits came was called "Samal Tau". That's the story. And you health, not get sick, 🥛🥛🍯 milk with honey helps. ♥️

  42. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jiByEFVF0w Восстание 1916 года в Центральной Азии. Что это было?

  43. I feel like in heaven. Love it. The backgroud stage, the music, Dimash was perfect. It was beautiful. Thank you for great reaction💕💕💕❤️❤️

  44. Басындағы қобыздың , сылдырмақ тағы басқаның үнбпрін түсірді ме екен?

  45. PLEASE REACT TO MONICA NARANJO – EUROPA (LIVE). SHE IS AMAZING. INCREDIBLE VOICE. GREETINGS FROM SPAIN 🙂 https://youtu.be/q6IbMVzopFc

  46. Here's the English sub for the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_6hEfmVy14
    Thx for the reaction…and have a speedy recovery.

  47. ЗДРАВСТВУЙТЕ! ВЫЗДОРАВЛИВАЙТЕ! ВОТ ЕСЛИ БЫ ВЫ ПОСТАВИЛИ РАНЬШЕ "ОГНИ ПЬЕТРА",ТО НАВЕРНЯКА НЕ ЗАБОЛЕЛИ БЫ! ВОТ ЭТО ТАКАЯ МУЗЫКА И ТАКОЕ ИСПОЛНЕНИЕ!!!!!

  48. I hope that you'll reconsider reacting to a fancam version of Ogni Pietra. Fancams have their place, but I am completely baffled why one particular fancam version of Ogni Pietra has become so popular on YouTube. That fancam has audio and video of terrible technical quality, and it doesn't show any of the visual effects that Dimash and the other performers obviously spent lots of time working on. There are much better professional recordings of Ogni Pietra from this same Arnau concert at the Astana Arena. The best is the one on the channel of composer Igor Krutoy. (There is a decent-quality fancam of Dimash performing Ogni Pietra in NYC on October 26, but it is likely that a profession recording of even that NYC performance will be available very soon.)

  49. Ник, спасибо за рецензию!!! Отдельное спасибо за русские субтитры!!! Всё понятно!!!!

  50. Орыс саясаты: ешқашан кінәлі емес. Біресе патша, біресе коммунистер кінәлі. Тек орыс емес

  51. Бул жигит Димаштын аскактата салган казактын эни мен эуенинен не айтарын билмей есинен тангандай… Еститин эндери
    эли коп арканын шалкыта салатын, батыстын екпинди
    де аскак энине эли талайлар тан калар. Димашжан аман болсын !

  52. The folk instrument is called KOBYZ. At the beginning of the song, the musician imitates the sounds of the night steppe : howling wolves, barking dogs, cries of a crane.

  53. Да что ж все пытаются свести против русских и Советского союза, опять мы оккупанты.

  54. Привет Всем! Знаете Димаша признал весь мир, но почему-то в России до сих пор некоторые не хотят и не собираются этого делать!

  55. This song has gained more than a million views in Russia . It was sung by a girl of 19 years . Listen to a song called-My string https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXCCKNnTBBE

  56. There was no Soviet-Soviet Union. The song is about the fact that the soldiers spent most of their lives in incomprehensible wars, which prized state. If you remember what was served. 25 years. That's life. There is pain in this song. The pain of all the people . Everyone's been through it. Dimash songs call for Peace

  57. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP8bQcSI3w0 – Dimash Kudaibergen "Know"
    ВТБ Арена 3.11.2019

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKhO-Z-crKo – Dimash "Passione" and a trio with Lara Fabian and Aida Garifullina "Ti amo cosi"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dfI4T-ms-0 – Dimash "Olimpico", a duet with Aida Garifullina "Ulisse"

  58. Nick, unfortunately, you show your ignorance. World War I ended in 1918, and the Soviet Union was formed in 1922. Facespalm

  59. were destroyed qazaq a thousand times but we were reborn a thousand times. Allah bless Qazaq people

  60. Mid-week. If you don 't laugh, you can 't survive to Saturday. You see a cat, by the way? It 's for you to distinguish my good links from someone 's bad ones. If you see a cat, you 'll like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=989-7xsRLR4

  61. Ақпарат дұрыс алмағансыз ау. Сараптамаңыз үшін көп рақмет сізге.

  62. I try not to recommend new fashion videos because there are a million other people who will do it instead of me. But this time something broke. A week ago, a new Little Big video came out, and no one told you about it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jxbu80okI_U

  63. Thanks Sawd. I enjoy so much your reactions!…please, get better and take care!……Dimash song and voice are amazing…..the music is perfect……greetings from a Mexican Dear!….❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️❤️🇲🇽🇰🇿🇲🇽🇰🇿🇲🇽

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