Multilingual Music Listeners

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Skapad den: 17 maj 2006
For people who listen to music in more than one language. All genres welcome!

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  • Clever_Cupcake

    In my library I have: Arabic, English, French, Georgian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Mandarin, Khalkha Mongol (Mongolian), Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish & Thai.

    19 okt 2012 Svara
  • Jgirl207

    English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Dutch, French, Irish Gaelic, Spanish, Italian, German... If it sounds cool, then I'm into it ^o^

    25 jun 2012 Svara
  • Venusoftheflesh

    Please like the page of this great jazz musician

    16 aug 2011 Svara
  • SeedSnatcher

    English, Japanese, Korean, German, Spanish, Thai, French... I think I have Irish Gaelic somewhere. It's all music in the end. Very lovely music.

    24 dec 2010 Svara
  • Izgrejala

    One language we all understand ---> Music!

    25 aug 2010 Svara
  • CrusaderKnight1

    Hi there ! If you like Edward Maya's music please join the group Edward Maya. Thanks !

    9 apr 2010 Svara
  • Selena1995 please join =)

    24 feb 2010 Svara
  • Selena1995

    I listen to Spanish and English

    15 feb 2010 Svara
  • MiyukiFumihiko

    english, polish, spanish, german, japanese :D

    6 feb 2010 Svara
  • origamicreature

    Hello everyone! Well, in my case, I listen mostly to english, french and spanish music since those are the languages I speak fluently, I also love music in german, portuguese, russian, norwegian, finnish, hebrew, arabian, and pretty much any language that's accompanied by awesome music... I'm a sucker for languages!

    10 jan 2010 Svara
  • pedrobyo

    You know, asides from english, I listen to some japanese and portuguese. Lady Gaga has a french line in one of her songs, but I doubt that counts..

    4 jan 2010 Svara
  • camulus27

    tho' i understand none of them other than English and French, i also listen to Irish Gaelic, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Russian, Byelorussian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Armenian, Hungarian, Slovak, Czech, Polish, Gaulish and Yugoslavian... the Slavic languages sound so sexy :D

    2 dec 2009 Svara
  • josecharts

    Yes, sometimes i do listen to songs in quechua, all of them are peruvian folclore from the andes... in Aymara i think i have not listen that much... it is a language that is only spoken in one are of my country, close to Bolivia, so that's why it doesnt recieve the same ammount of airplay as quechua does...

    10 okt 2009 Svara
  • Vaaram

    Ah, and: the highest density of languages in Eurasia you can find in the Caucasus. 40 different languages are spoken - and song there: Caucasian Folk Visit us and listen to our Tag-Radio! Love, Vaaram

    7 okt 2009 Svara
  • Vaaram

    @josecharts: you mentioned 20 languages, but you as the group founder of Music From The Andes don't you also listen to music sung in Quechua/Quichua and Aimará? I find it worth to note that... ;)

    6 okt 2009 Svara
  • Vaaram

    ALL languages of all peoples!!!!!!!

    6 okt 2009 Svara
  • Rayashi

    polish / english / french / spanish / korean / japanese :)

    26 jun 2009 Svara
  • acertijo8

    Hi, friends! How are you? I will be very pleased to see you among my friends!!

    21 maj 2009 Svara
  • LucienFerne

    God what an interesting group! Ok, for me: Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Thai, Spanish, French, German, Romanian, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Norwegian..X.x probably many more.

    17 apr 2009 Svara
  • mctali

    serbian,russian,arabic,french,spanish,japanesse,hebrew,greek,italian,german and portuguese :D

    8 apr 2009 Svara
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