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Ukrainian - Duma

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A Duma (Ukrainian: Дума) is an epic poem of sixteenth and seventeenth-century Cossack Ukraine. Historically, dumas were recited by travelling kobzars and accompanied by the music of a kobza.

See also

  • Duma at the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.

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