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10th Latvian Youth Song and Dance Celebration in Riga
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Choir conductors open the biggest singing performance "My Beautiful Land" with a greeting dance. This event has gathered well over 12 600 youth choir participants, wind bands and dance ensembles from around the country. For the next three hours the Grand Stage of Mezaparks will hear both traditional national songs and modern compositions, merry and sad melodies intertwining magically...

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