Zlata Ognevich sang the Crimean Tatar language (video)
Thu May 19 2016 00:12:04 GMT+0300 (EEST)
Ukrainian singer Zlata Ognevich sang in the Crimean Tatar language at one of the concerts in Dnepropetrovsk. She sang the folk song “Hey, Guzel Qırım”. The singer dedicated to her memory in 1944, the victims of deportation.
As is known, the Ukrainian singer childhood lived in Sudak (Crimea), and knew very well that song. “I sang it as felt … Melody and lyrics are beautiful and tragic at the same time, it’s all about the country, we have lost, and human misery …” – wrote the singer on her official Facebook page.
Zlata Ognevich is also stressed that she knows a lot of personal stories and family tragedies associated with the deportation.
She has performed the song which she wanted to express her personal support for the Crimean Tatars, who have always been among her friends and family, and among whom she grew up.
“At all times, the huge power of love to the motherland, to the roots, helps hold together the Crimean Tatars, – the singer says. – Know, brothers, we, Ukrainians, we are with you.“