possess healthy livestock, money and a beautiful wife. For a Christmas concert, a choir director by the name of Oleksander Koshyts commissioned Leontovich to write a song based on Ukrainian folk melodies. Using the four notes and original folk lyrics of a well wishing song he found in an anthology of Ukrainian folk melodies, Leontovich created a completely new work for choir "Shchedryk." "Very few people realize that the composition ‘Shchedryk’ was composed and performed during a time when there was intense political struggle and social upheaval in Ukraine," Potoczniak said. The same choir director who commissioned the song formed the Ukrainian National Chorus, mandated by a fledgling Ukrainian government, in 1919 to promote Ukranian music in major cultural centers in the West. Touring across Europe and North and South America, the chorus performed over 1,000 concerts. Meanwhile, back in Ukraine, the original folk melody that Leontovich used to compose his work was one
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