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Lia Taburcean
LF Content Team | Updated on 02 February 2023
Learning Romanian with Lia Taburcean's music is a great way to learn! It is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. So music and song lyrics are a great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning Romanian!
Below are 1 song recommendations by Lia Taburcean to get you started learning Romanian! We have full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs recommended below, so check out all of our resources. We hope you enjoy learning Romanian with Lia Taburcean!
Lia Taburcean is a singer-songwriterborn in Moldova in 1997. Her music is a unique blend of folk, pop, and jazz, and her lyrics are often inspired by her own life experiences. Lia Taburcean in 2016 became known in the Republic of Moldova, Romania and other countries, after the success of the song "La nunta asta" (At this wedding), later maintaining her popularity with songs such as "Ca-n Filme Indiene" (Like in Indian movies), "Când Eu Iubesc" (When I Love") and others.
1 La nunta asta (At this wedding)
La nunta asta (At this wedding)
Eu îs fată tinerică, tre' să fiu cuminte
Îi-e rușine și e frig, așa o zis părintele
Dar eu m-am săturat să stau la colţ de masă
Eu azi m-am îmbrăcat în rochia acea frumoasă
I'm a young girl, I have to be good
She's ashamed and she's cold, so said the parent
But I'm fed up to sit at the corner of the table
Today I got dressed in that beautiful dress
In Lia Taburcean's song "La nunta asta", the narrator expresses her desire to break free from the expectations of her elders and enjoy the music and festivities of a wedding. Despite the warnings of her parents, she is determined to have fun and dance, even if it means going against the rules. The chorus emphasizes the importance of living in the moment and taking advantage of the opportunities life presents.
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