The musical production in minority languages is one of the most interesting expressions of cultural resistance and vitality of minority languages and of nations without a state.
The universal language of music expresses itself in an original and creative way, and joins together with the auditory peculiarity of less common languages, gets mixed up with the corresponding musical and narrative traditions and the willpower of groups and solo artists to merge languages and dialects in a dynamic and modern manner.
Living languages for living music.