Dunav Balkan Group - Dunav - Folk Music From The Balkans album
Title: Dunav - Folk Music From The Balkans
Date of release: 1981
Size MP3: 1739 mb
Size FLAC: 1591 mb
Format: MP2 RA FLAC VOC MP4 DTS WAV
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|A1||Žabalka - Yugoslavia (Serbia)|
|A2||Ručenica - Bulgaria|
|A3||Vse ptičke Lepo Pojo - Yugoslavia (Slovenia)|
|A4||Okarina Kolo - Yugoslavia (Serbia)|
|A5||Hora Din Constanța - Romania|
|A6||Mori Zlata - Bulgaria|
|A7||Kitka - Yugoslavia (Macedonia)|
|B1||Užičko Kolo (Žikino Kolo) - Yugoslavia (Serbia)|
|B2||Kalamatianos - Greece|
|B3||Što Mi E Milo (Struga) - Yugoslavia (Macedonia)|
|B4||Hassapikos - Greece|
|B5||Moravac - Yugoslavia (Serbia)|
|B6||Sedi Donka - Bulgaria|
|B7||Hora De La Risipiți - Romania (Oltenia)|
|B8||Četvorno Horo - Bulgaria|
- Recorded At – R.G. Jones Studios – DUNAV-81
- Recorded By – Dunav Balkan Group
NotesThe Dunav Balkan Group was formed in the early Sixties by a number of musicians interested in bringing to a wider audience the folk music and dances of south-eastern Europe. "Dunav" means "Danube" in some Balkan languages. Dunav's repertoire is drawn from the living traditions of Balkan folk music, and the items on this album show something of the richness of those traditions.There are slow, haunting melodies, for example, the beginnings of Kitka and Okarino kolo, contrasting with bouncy tunes such as Moravac and Žikino, and there are many very fast passages as in Ručenica and the finale Kitka suite.
John Baldwin - tamburitsa, tambura
Brian Dowsett - guitar
David Johnson - clarinet, ocarina, string bass
Narendra Kotiyan - tapan, tarabuka, string bass, tamburitsa
Caroline Thomas - piano accordion, guitar
David Wells - violin, cimbalom, string bass
Lilijana Zobens - singer
First published by Dunav Balkan Group 1981.
Recorded at R.G. Jones Studio, London.sound engineer: Martin Pullan
Front sleeve artwork by Jenia Graman
Made in England
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side A: DUNAV 81 A
- Matrix / Runout: Side B: DUNAV 81 B