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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Herczku Ágnes
Hungary
 
 
Live at Womex Budapest world music

Enlarge this picture! Márton Fekete “Kispuma” - kontra viola
Sándor Födő “Fodo” - percussions, accordion, piano
Máté Hegedűs “Kishega” - fiddle
Ágnes Herczku - vocal
Péter Molnár “Mojmoj” - double bass
Nikola Parov - guitars, fiddle, gadulka, bouzouki, kaval, duduk, vocal
Bence Pálházi “Pálesz” - fiddle

Featuring:
György Ferenczi - harmonica
Ferenc Kovács “Öcsi” - trumpet

Live
1.G tempo
2.Stokaszmete
3.Rustyuluj
4.Se nem eső
5.Megfújtak azok a szelek
6.Ya stani, Télben szamár
bonus tracks (studio)
1.Forgatós – a Nikoláé
2.A hamis széki – a Nikoláé
3.Halvány deja vu-t amott visz a szél
4.Szép sem vagyok, se nem jó
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FA 380-2 CD 2016   12.00
 
 
Bandázom folk world music

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1.Megfújtak azok a szelek
2.De szeretnék
3.Gyimesi karszilamasz
4.Glava li ta
5.Ha szívemben szabad lennék
6.Ha te - másképp
7.A keserves... (Nikoláé)
8."A Nikoláé" (csárdás és szökős)
9.Keress mást magadnak
10.Kapitan
11.Na chinger tut
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FA 3562 CD 2014   14.00
 
 
Guarding Fire
(Tüzet viszek)
folk

Enlarge this picture! "'I'm guarding the flames in the fire'. A quote from an old Hungarian childern's song. 'The Fire' it is a metaphor, which symbolizes the musical traditions coupled with human and intellectual values embraced by folk musicians of Hungary. This unique repertoire is performed solely by those performers who make it their life's work to meticulously find the material, research its origins then bring it to a new birth, thus ensuring it is passed on for future generations to continue this musical tradition. The total inspiration and commitment given by these unique musicians to Hungarian traditional music is beyond doubt, their energies fueled by the sheer romanticism nostalgia and seductive power of this slowly disappearing treasure.

I have had both the privilege and the pleasure to extend an invitation to two wonderful old singers from Transylvania. Maneszes 'Láli' Józsefné, and András Erzsi 'Erdei' bot of whom still practice the tradition as continuity of the heritage, to perform on this album. The musicians are first call in the traditional music scene whose virtuosity and commitment inspired me during the recording session. Also featuring on the album is the eleven-year-old Boglárka Fekete who currently is the youngest representative of traditional music. This is how I keep the fire alive and the flame kindled, by following the strong traditions of 'the pathway' as it has always been, and will always be, feeding from strong roots, which in turn, opens up new life for the new.' - Ágnes Herczku

Ágnes Herczku - vocal

Erzsi András 'Erdei' - speak, vocal
Boglárka Fekete - vocal
'Láli' Józsefné Maneszes - vocal

Tamás Gombai - fiddle
András Dés - tin can
László 'Pintyő' Mester - viola, kontra viola
Gergő Szabó Csobán - contrabass
Dániel Szabó - cimbalom
Sándor Ürmös - cimbalom
Balázs Vizeli - fiddle

1.Ha te tudnád (Magyarózd, Maros megye) / If you knew
2.Mondókás (Rábaköz és Nógrád) / Nursery Rhymes
3.Haláltánc (Buza, Mezőség) / Dance of Death
4.A „Gombcsinálóké” (Bács-Kiskun, Bihar és Szabolcs megye) / The Song of the Button Makers
5.A „Láli nénié” (Magyarszovát, Mezőség) / The 'Aunt Láli's'
6.A „Pista bácsié” (Zoboralja) / The 'Uncle Steve's'
7.Saldino nótája (Bács-Kiskun és Kolozs megye) / Saldino's Tune
8.Az „Operanő” (Magyarvista, Kalotaszeg) / The 'Opera Woman'
9.Az „Erdei Erzsié” (Magyarvista, Kalotaszeg) / The Song of Erzsi 'Erdei'
10.A „Búcsúzóké” (Felsőtök, Bonchida, Kis-Szamos völgye) / The 'Farwell'
11.A „Szerelmeseké” (Szék, Mezőség) / The 'Lover's Song'
12.Epilógusként (Sóvidék) / As an Epilogue
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FA 2742 CD 2012   14.00