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EtnoRom
Hungary
 
 
Diri, Diri world music gipsy

Enlarge this picture! József Balog - voice, guitar
Ágnes Künstler - voice
László Major - violin
István Balogh "Pacaal" - derbuka, oral bass, kajon
István Samu - guitar
Tibor Duka - bass
Miklós Rostás - keyboard, voice
Gertő Tar - drums

Featuring:
Krisztián Rostás - guitar
Róbert Vidák - guitar

1.Ó, ha mindig így lenne / I wish this would never end
2.Karing phirav, karing zsav / Amerre járok, amerre megyek / Wherever i wander, wherever I roam
3.Haj szo kerav / Jaj mit csinálok / What is it I am doing
4.Ó be zsanel / Ó de tud / Oh, he is so fabulous
5.Dikhesz parnye bassavau / Látod leány, zenélek / Hear girl, It's my music
6.Ez a dolog / This thing
7.Elli, Elli
8.Rátyáke khéré zsáv / Este ha hazamegyek / When I go home in the evening
9.Bárol e sej / Megnő a leány / The girl will grow up
10.De mán Dévlá rájipe / Istenem, adj gazdagságot / Oh, God make me rich
11.Ustyi, usty mámo / Kelj fel anyám / Get up mother
12.Inke jekfár máláváu / Még egyet csapásolok / Another fiery dance
13.Táj bássávász / És zenélünk / And we will play on
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GCD 107 CD 2011   13.00
 
 
Gipsy World
(Rományi Luma - Cigány világ)
folk gipsy

Enlarge this picture! Etnorom has an alternative approach towards Gypsy music by merging the authentic tunes with contemporary world music, swing and jazz elements. Why is this approach considered 'new' today, when world music is the main trend? Because Etnorom managed to create a musical balance so that the music saves the colours and shades of real traditional Gypsy music, and, at the same time, integrates cutting edge 21st century musical trends. Etnorom's mission is to build contact between Romany tribes who had left North India a thousand years ago and settled down in various parts of the world: in Turkey, Egypt, Andalusia, the Balkans, Serbia, Russia, Romania and Hungary. In most of the cases Gypsy people, themselves are not familiar with the music and dances of their far-away brothers and sisters. Etnorom aims to make Gypsy and non-Gypsy people know about the incredible diversity of Gypsy music, the music, which is the world-language of more than 50 million people around the world. In order to carry out its mission, Etnorom has created a new, brave and powerful form of Gypsy music that roots in the authentic Gypsy traditions and harmonically integrates 21st century musical trends.

József Balog - voice, guitar
Ágnes Künstler - voice
Sándor Kuti - cimbalom
István Balogh - can, kahon, derebuka
Zoltán Balogh - guitar, buzuki, bass guitar
László Major - violin
Miklós Balogh - keyboards, voice, bass guitar

Guests:
Tamás Smuk - derebuka, kahon
Zoltán Lakatos - guitar
Rudolf Balogh - spanish guita

1.Kánák Dévlá me pijáv / Amikor én iszok... / When I drink...
2.Zsánesz sukár te khelesz / Szépen tudsz táncolni / You dance nicely
3.Phiráv mánge korkorro / Egyedül járok / I walk alone
4.Áven, áven romále / Gyertek romák táncolni / Come and dance romas
5.Romános / Romanian
6.Soha senkit nem szerettem / I never loved anyone
7.Jek fogási me keráv / Az én fogásom / My style
8.Kotyká télé bássáven / Amoda lent zenélnek / They're playing down there
9.Muro cino kálorro / Én kis fekete fiam / My little black son
10.Rogyom me tut ánde lumá / Kereslek téged a világan / I look for you in hte world
11.Phirdem me ánde lumá / Jártam én a világot / I walked the world
12.Miért sír az én tulipánom / Why does my tulip cry
13.Ájáj Dévlá de márgyán mán / Jaj Istenem de megvertél / Oh God how you have cursed me
14.Tu szán muro piráno / Te vagy az én szeretőm / You are my love
15.Romálé áven ke mánde / Romák, gyertek hozzám / Romas, come to me
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FA 2332 CD 2006   13.00