Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Jul 29th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Time zone: central
Fonó Zenekar “Mezőségi (part)”
from Hateha! (Fonó 2009) —This is played by "city Hungarians" - a folk revival band that exactly imitates the style of the Roma musicians in Hungarian villages in central Transylvania (now in Romania)
Marványos Tamburazenekar “Csárdás és friss (Kiskunhalas)”
from Uj élő népzene 18 (Hangvetó 2012) —This is from the southwestern part of the Great Plains area of Hungary. Some towns did not have Roma bands and had to make do with other instruments - in this case of "Croatian-like" tamburas of various sizes
Magos Zenekar, Enyedi Tamás) “Cimbalommuzsika (Tendl Pál, Sopron)”
from Magos USA tour '12 (self 2012) —Every Hungarian cimbalom player is familiar with the tunes of Pál Tendl, who led a famous band from extreme northwestern Hungary, on the (now) Austrian border.
Magos Zenekar “Magyarpéterlaki forduló és cigánycsárdás”
from Magos USA tour '12 (self 2012) —another group of Transylvanian tunes, these from the Western slopes of Carpathians. This Magos ensemble played in St. Louis in the spring.
Gázsa band “Sárközi táncok”
from Csipke Camp 2O12 ((self) 2012) —the Sarköz is in western Hungary. After the vocal solo the band swings into "Cinege", a well know ugros tune. They did not do csárdás to this kind of music, but an older 2/4 time dance done in some areas in couples, in others circles or solo, with stick
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