Synonyms for lauluja or Related words with lauluja

runoja              laulu              rakkauden              laulut              kaikki              nainen              joulu              parhaat              suosikkia              rakkaus              kaunis              kaksi              kulkurin              kulkuri              taivaan              rakkaudesta              poika              maailma              rakkautta              kolmas              joulun              ihmisen              lapset              runot              kaikkien              levoton              pieni              taivas              palaa              ihminen              maailman              tanssi              lasten              kiitos              sinua              sininen              morsian              mustaa              toinen              kuolema              kuin              soittaa              laulaa              suomesta              valssi              wsoy              karjalan              aikojen              auringon              viimeinen             

Examples of "lauluja"
Leino published his first poem at 12 and, by age 18, a collection of poems as well, "Maaliskuun lauluja."
"Kanteletar" consists of three books. The first book includes 238 lyrical poems which Lönnrot named "Yhteisiä Lauluja" or "Common Songs". These songs are divided into four sections: common themes, for a wedding crowd, shepherds, and children. The second book contains 354 lyrical poems which was called "Erityisiä Lauluja" or "Special Songs". These songs are divided as songs for girls, women, boys and men. There are 60 historic poems, romances, legends, ballads and lyrical epic poems in the third book, which is called "Virsi-Lauluja" or "Hymns". There are 24 new poems in the preface.
Between 1927 and 1929 Kylander released twenty songs on the Victor label. He also published several songbooks with the title of "Humoristisia Lauluja" (Comic Songs).
Nimettömiä lauluja is a 1918 poetry collection by Finnish poet Aaro Hellaakoski. The poems use satirical tones reflecting feelings of inadequacy and loneliness.
"Jäätyneitä lauluja" is the first Ismo Alanko album that has Alanko's lyrics printed on the album sleeve. Alanko has said that the lyrics were printed on the demand of cover artist Stefan Lindfors.
Jäätyneitä lauluja (Finnish for "Frozen Songs")is the second solo album by Ismo Alanko, released in 1993. The album has electronic music influence, making heavy use of drum loops and modern studio technology.
In Finnish literature ottava rima was used by Eino Leino in some parts of book "Juhana Herttuan ja Catharina Jagellonican lauluja" ("Songs of Prince John and Catherine the Jagellonian").
In 1997, a four-CD box set "Alangolla – Ismo Alangon lauluja" was released. It spanned his entire career starting from Hassisen Kone and including material from different side projects. Until then, very few Finnish artists had released a box set. Sielun Veljet had released "Musta laatikko" in 1991 and CMX their collection "Cloaca Maxima" in 1997.
Maini Sorri's first song book "Lauluja elämän vuodenajoista" (Songs about the Seasons of Life) was released 1992. Maini's second song book "Metsä laulaa/Skogen sjunger" (The Forest Sings) was released 2006. Three of Maini's children's songs were released 1993 in "Lasten kultainen laulukirja 2:ssa" (Children's golden Song Book 2)
"Kanteletar" was published in 1840 under the name "Kanteletar taikka Suomen Kansan Wanhoja Lauluja ja Wirsiä" (""Kanteletar or Old Songs and Hymns of the Finnish People""). Lönnrot got the foundation for the collection on his journeys in 1838 after he met rune singer Mateli Kuivalatar on the banks of the Koitere. The poems sung by Kuivalatar were recorded in Lönnrot's notes.
Maini's first two albums "Lauluja elämän vuodenajoista/Sånger om livets årstider" (Songs about the Seasons of Life) from 1998 and "Jäit tuoksuna minuun/Din doft stannade kvar" (Your Fragrance Forever Stays with Me) from 2006 were in Finnish and Swedish. Barbara Helsingius began to translate Maini's songs into English. Maini's EP "Christmas in Our Hearts" was released 2006 in Sweden.
In 1976, Vainio was hired to write a number of bawdy songs which were later released on cassette tape. Vainio wrote a part of the songs and sang on the record with all musicians using pseudonyms, Vainio's being "Junnu Kaihomieli". Many of the songs were based on a familiar melody whose copyright had already expired; for example, the song "Kumi-Roope" ("Rubber Roope") was an obscene version of the folk song "Rosvo-Roope" ("Roope the Robber"). In 1979 Vainio participated in another recording of similar songs. The songs were released on compact disc in 1992 and 1997 as "Pahojen poikien lauluja 1–2" ("Bad Boys' Songs 1–2") and "Porno-ooppera / Pahojen poikien lauluja 3" ("Porn Opera / Bad Boys' Songs 3"). Both records went gold.
Alanko's solo debut, "Kun Suomi putos puusta", was released in 1990. At this point Sielun Veljet still existed, but the band had become less and less active. After the band broke up, Alanko recorded the electronic music -influenced "Jäätyneitä lauluja" and toured Finland with his band that was named Tuonelan Lukio. The band's keyboardist was Izmo Heikkilä of the band Raptori. Alanko went on to release two more solo albums, "Taiteilijaelämää" (1995) and "Irti" (1996).