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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
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Berka együttes
Hungary
 
 
Csángú országba folk

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1.Csángú országba (2:05)
2.Májusi östékbe (5:03)
3.Medíg él a szerelem (3:24)
4.Messze ott, hol nap szentül le (1:24)
5.A vers (4:50)
6.Itt a hazám (3:01)
7.Imácság (1:55)
8.Csángú hejgetés (3:47)
9.A napszentület (1:33)
10.Halottak balladája (3:43)
11.Szép a falum (4:19)
12.Kedves üsmeretlen testvér (4:40)
13.Én országom Moldova (3:38)
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BME 002 CD 2013   12.00
 
 
Let Your Hearts be free from Sorrow - Hungarian Folk Music from Moldva
(Szűnjék meg bánattól... (moldvai csángó népzene))
folk

Enlarge this picture! The music of the Csángó people of Moldavia enjoys great popularity in Hungary, not only amoung fans of folk music, but also in early music circles as well. The dances and music of the communities of Hungarians living today in Romania exhibits distinct differences from the folk music of Hungary and the Carpathian Basin in general (i.e: Transylvania, the Southern Slavic countries), and contains many elements which have been preserved from or are similar to the music of Medieval Europe. Typical instrumentation includes wooden flute, kaval, and violin, as well as koboz (a fretless lute) and drum, which constitutes an ensemble which can play Hungarian, Romanian, and Balkan music with equal facility.
Formed in 2008, the Berka Ensemble is one of Hungary’s newest and most dynamic bands playing the music of Moldavia and the Gyimes region of Transylvania. The full sound of the combined melody instruments of two flutes and a violin is powerful, and adds variety to the instrumentation without breaking from the music’s roots. Recently the ensemble has also experimented with putting the poetry of Csángó writers to music, and including such instruments as double bass, cello, and plectrum dulcimer in the original compositions.
Since 2009 the band has made three research trips to Moldavia and played 50 to 60 dance-halls a year. The ensemble’s first disc, „Szűnjék meg bánattól”, was released in December of 2010.

Ágota Manninger – vocal
Szabolcs Endrődi – flute, kaval, vocal, double-bass
Márton Komáromi – violin
Móric Máté – drums, vocal
János Szalai-Gindl – flute, kaval, tilinkó, vocal
István Szengyel – koboz, vocal

Featuring:
Tamás Enyedi - cymbal
Johanna Erdei - vocal
Zsófia Erdei - vocal
Luca Farkas - vocal
Tamás Mészáros - drums, doromb
Borbála Róka - vocal

1."Szól a kakas hajnaljára... / The Clock Crows at Dawn - Lujzikalagor, Lészped (5:03)
2.Kettősök / Couples Dances - Külsőrekecsin, Zabola, Klézse (4:38)
3."Jöjjön haza, édesanyám..." / Come Home Dear Mother - Magyarfalu, Pusztina (4:02)
4.Botosánka - Klézse és környéke, Szabófalva környéke (4:26)
5."Szűnjék meg bánattól..." / Let Your Hearts be free from Sorrow - Magyarfalu, Klézse (4:19)
6.Katonanóták / Soldier's Songs - Magyarfalu (4:44)
7.Juhásznóta / Sheperd's Song - Magyarfalu (7:00)
8.Gergelének / Gregory's Song and Dance - Klézse (5:23)
9."Van borom, pálinkám es..." / I've Wine and Palinka - Lujzikalagor (5:39)
10."A lészpedi erdőn..." / In the Forrest of Lészped - Lujzikalagor, Lészped (3:29)
11."Kerek e káposzta..." / This Cabbage is Round - Bogdánfalva, Szabófalva környéke (3:13)
12.Holdvilágos / Moonlight Song - Kamaraerdő (5:45)
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BME 001 CD 2010   12.00