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  • How to Pronounce the Czech Words in Rusalkas Song to the Moon

    M - si - ku na ne - bi hlu-bo - km: Myeh - seetch - koo nah neh - bee hloo - boh - kam

    svt - lo tv - da - le - ko vi - d: svyeht - loh tveh - da - leh - koh vee - gee:

    po sv - t: poh svyeh - tyeh:

    blou - d i - ro - km, bloh - geesh shee - roh - kam,

    d - v se v p - byt - ky gee - vahsh sevprzhee - beet - kee lee - gee

    po sv - t blou - d i - ro - km: poh svyeh - tyeh bloh - geesh shee - roh - kam:

    d - v se v p - byt - ky li - d: gee - vahsh sevprzhee - beet - kee lee - gee:

    M - si - ku, po - stj chv - li Myeh - seetch - koo poh - stoh-(ee) (k)vee - lee

    ek - ni mi, kde je mj mi - l, zhrehk - nee mee, kdeh yeh moh-ee mee-lee,

    m - si - ku, po - stj chv - li myeh - seetch - koo, poh - stoh-ee (k)vee - lee

    ek - ni mi, ek - ni mi, zhrek - nee mee, zhrek - nee mee,

    kde je mj mi - l? kdeh yeh moh-ee mee-lee?

    ek - ni mu, st - br - n m - s - ku, zhrek - nee moo, shtree - br - nee myeh - seetch - koo,

    m e jej ob - j - m r - m, may zhay yay ohb - yee - mah rah - myeh,

    a - by si a - le - spo chvi - li - ku ah-bee see ah - leh - spohn (yuh) (k)vee - leetch - koo

    *vzpo - me - nul ve sn - ni na mne, vzPOH - meh - nool vay snyay - nee - nahm - nyeh,[sn - n na m]

    a - by si a - le - spo chvi - li - ku ah-bee see ah - leh - spohn (yuh) (k)vee - leetch - koo

    *vzpo - me - nul ve sn - ni na mne. vzPOH - meh - nool vay snyay - nee - nahm - nyeh[sn - n na m]

    Za - svt' mu do da - le - ka, zah - svyeht moo doh dah - leh - kah,

    za - svt' mu, zah - svyeht moo

    e - kni mu, e - kni, zhrek - nee moo, zhrek - nee,

  • How to Pronounce the Czech Words in Rusalkas Song to the Moon

    kdo tu na e - k! kdoh too nan(yuh) cheh - kah!

    Za - svt' mu do da - le - ka, zah - svyeht moo doh dah - leh - kah,

    za - svt' mu, zah - svyeht moo,

    e - kni mu, e - kni, zhrek - nee moo, zhrek - nee,

    kdo tu na e - k! kdoh too nan(yuh) cheh - kah!

    O mn - li du - e lid - sk sni Ohm nyeh - lee doo - sheh leed - skah snee

    at' se tou vzpomnkou vzbu - d! aht seh tohv sPOH-meen-koov sboo - gee!

    M -si-ku, nez - ha - sni, nez - ha - sni! Myeh - seetch - koo, nehz-hah - snee, nehz-hah-snee!

    m - si - ku, nez - ha - sni! myeh - seetch - koo, nehz - hah - snee!

    SPECIAL NOTES:

    The "j" at the ends of words tends to turn into a perceived "ee" sound

    *This line can be found spelled 2 different ways - this entire text is an old-fashioned, dated kind of Czech, according to my Czech Republic friend:vzpo - me - nul ve [sn - ni na mne], & [sn - n na m]

    The sound "gee" is a hard "g" as in "goat", not a soft "g" as in "giant."

    Notice that there is "rekni mi" and "rekni mu," as well as "kdo tu" and "kde je"

    "Rekni mi" goes with "kde je," and "rekni mu" goes with "kdo tu"

    "Nezhasni" does not have the "zh" sound as in French "je." Listen to singers on Youtube and you will notice they are saying "Nehzz, hahss, nyee."

    However, the "z" does become soft (zh) when you see the curved symbol over it, as in : m e jej

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