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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
Söndörgő
Hungary
 
 
Lost Music of the Balkans folk

Enlarge this picture! Attila Búzás - bass tambur, vocal
Benjamin Eredics - tambur, trumpet
Salamon Eredics - flute, accordion, bass tambur
Áron Eredics - first tambur, derbuka, tapan, vocal
Dávid Eredics - prim tambur, bass tambur, kaval, clarinet, sax, vocal

Featuring:
Kátya Tompos - vocal (3, 13)
Antal Kovács - vocal (6, 9)
József Versendi Kovács - prím tambur (3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12)

1.Tonči
2.Sinoč
3.Opa cupa
4.Posavsko a
5.Joka
6.Voje sasa
7.Posavsko b
8.Bušo kolo
9.Čororo
10.Posavsko c
11.Cele noci
12.Oj jesenske
13.Zajdi,zajdi
14.Igran čoček
15.Cigančica
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SONDISC 002 CD 2010   15.00
 
 
Oj javore folk

Enlarge this picture! Attila Búzás - bass tambur, double bass, litarka, voice
Áron Eredics - first tambur, samica, alt tambur, tenor tambura, drum, voice
Benjamin Eredics - tambur, karaduzen, voice
Dávid Eredics - clarinet, flute, saxophone, first tambura, alt tambur, voice
Salamon Eredics - flute, accordeon, alt tambur
Szlobodan Wertetics - tenor tambura, accordeon, voice

Featuring:
Márta Sebestyén - voice
Istvan Pal (Szalonna) - violin

1.Jova (4:08)
2.Frula Kolo (6:08)
3.Oj Javore (4:44)
4.Rumelaj (4:07)
5.Kocovo Oro (3:54)
6.Teraj Kume (4:48)
7.Dangubicko Kolo (2:21)
8.Keleruj (6:21)
9.Gajtan Oro (5:32)
10.Vlaska Brzanka (2:11)
11.Salino Oro (2:44)
12.Srpsko Kolo (7:05)
13.Sa (4:24)
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BGCD 158 CD 2006   13.00
 
 
Oj Stari folk

Enlarge this picture! Their musical interest turned towards southern Slavic folk music and the archaic tradition strata of the Balkans. Their repertiore consists mainly of Serb and Croat tunes played in Hungary.Relationship between the members of the ensemble dates back to the elementary and secondary school years. Among others, it was the example of the Vujicsics Ensemble that contributed to the development of their approach of music. Members of the Söndörgő Ensemble study the collections of great folk music researchers like Béla Bartók or Tihamér Vujicsics, as well as whatever still exists of Serb and Croat folk music. Their style is built on that of tambure bands. On occasions, there appear the accordion , the flut, the clarinet as well as the characteristic musical instruments of the folk music of the Balkans, such as the kaval, the gajade, the tarabuka, the tapan, the litárka. Apart from performing in Hungary as well as abroad, their (folk) dance house programmes are also very popular.

Dávid Eredics - clarinet, flute, kaval, bagpipe, first tambur, tambur, voice
Attila Buzás - tambur, alt tambur, litarka, voice
Áron Eredics - first tambur, alt tambur, tenor tambur, drum, voice
Wertetics Szlobodán - accordion, tenor tambur, drum, voice
György Bokros - double bass, litarka, voice

Belos Jovan - vocal

1.Toncikino kolo (1:35)
2.Vrapcevo kolo (3:20)
3.Veliko Backo kolo (3:58)
4.Malo kolo (2:08)
5.Makedonsko oro (3:03)
6.Krnjevacko kolo (3:35)
7.Cacak (2:31)
8.Cucuk (4:11)
9.Sirok Dunav (4:57)
10.Skripi Deram (2:13)
11.Oj Stari Starce (2:26)
12.Jeftanovicevo kolo (1:35)
13.Kukunjesce (3:03)
14.Stari Rokoko (3:46)
15.Banatsko kolo (2:25)
16.Retavka (4:18)
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BGCD 071 CD 2001/2005   13.00