KAMERKOOR JIP CHOIR – Ederlezi

"Ederlezi" is a popular traditional folk song of the Romani people in the Balkans. The song got its name from Ederlezi, which is a festival celebrating the return of springtime, especially by the Romani people of the Balkans, and elsewhere around the world. Ederlezi is the Romani name for the Serbian Đurđevdan, the Feast of… Continue lendo KAMERKOOR JIP CHOIR – Ederlezi

Nyttårskonserten: Carmen – Czardas – STIAN CARSTENSEN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar1TUEcDV7g Vittorio Monti: CzardasFarmers Market: Norge-Bulgaria 10-11Pablo de Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy Op. 25 Stian Carstensen (soloist): Accordion, Bulgarian Kaval (flute), Pedal steel guitar.Conductor: Peter Sebastian SzilvayConcertmaster: Kolbjørn Holthe I. CzardasII. Norge-Bulgaria 10-11III. Carmen Fantasy Op. 25 Utdrag fra Kristiansand Symfoniorkester sin nyttårskonsert 2021. På grunn av strenge smitteverntiltak gikk konserten uten publikum tilstede i salen.… Continue lendo Nyttårskonserten: Carmen – Czardas – STIAN CARSTENSEN

A Balkan Dance Medley – VASILI PETROPOULOS

The Balkans! 🇦🇱 🇧🇦 🇧🇬 🇭🇷 🇬🇷 🇲🇪 🇲🇰 🇷🇴 🇷🇸 🇸🇮 🇹🇷 | Today's special episode is the most beautiful, but most complicated, peninsula of Europe! ~ The message is quite simple; 🕊️ peace! The Balkans is considered Europe's powder keg ready to explode any minute now. We ought to abolish this title and… Continue lendo A Balkan Dance Medley – VASILI PETROPOULOS

ALAMAAILMAN VASARAT – Huuro Kolkko (2009)

Alamaailman Vasarat ("The Hammers of the Underworld") is an avant-garde Finnish musical group formed in 1997. Their music is influenced by European folk, klezmer, jazz and metal. The band's founder Jarno Sarkula (photo) died on 12 July 2020 in Portugal. Alamaailman Vasarat are: Jarno Sarkula (sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, bass and contrabass saxophones, clarinet, contrabass… Continue lendo ALAMAAILMAN VASARAT – Huuro Kolkko (2009)

FARMERS MARKET & MICHAEL BRECKER – Live at Nortsee Jazzfestival (2004)

Farmers Market is a Norwegian band founded in Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, in 1991. They have released four studio albums. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uJbzh7QS8g The band started out as a free jazz quintet sprung out from the conservatory in Trondheim, but now incorporates a wide variety of genres, such as jazz, rock, pop music, bluegrass, classical and – most significantly… Continue lendo FARMERS MARKET & MICHAEL BRECKER – Live at Nortsee Jazzfestival (2004)

ESTRADASPHERE – Fvll show | Live in Austin, Texas (2004)

Estradasphere was an American experimental band that originated in Santa Cruz, California, during the late 1990s. The band, which in its last incarnation was based in Seattle, consisted of six multi-instrumentalists from a variety of musical backgrounds trained in disciplines ranging from classical music and jazz to heavy metal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8o9LtwK_pyg Estradasphere were influenced by many… Continue lendo ESTRADASPHERE – Fvll show | Live in Austin, Texas (2004)

HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard

Insolite ("odd", "weird", in French) designates, according to the etymology, everything that is unusual and escapes the realm of the ordinary. […] The word itself tells me more and less at the same time: it suggests something rare, in fact, but of a special and incisive rareness that is not limited to a simple average… Continue lendo HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard

ROOTS REVIVAL – Maramures (fvll concert)

Maramures project was initiated and coordinated by Mehdi Aminian and developed together with Peter Hurley. This project is built on tradition, innovation and improvisations by the 7 musicians from 7 different countries who spent 7 days in the villages in the mountainous area of Maramures and lived the life and music of the villagers there.… Continue lendo ROOTS REVIVAL – Maramures (fvll concert)

Doina Revival (Sibiu, Romania) – Fvll Concert

Doina Revival is a project proposed by Maria Cassandra Hausi and developed together with Mehdi with various arrangements and compositions. This project is mainly inspired by Romanian Doina and Persian traditional and folklor music. The Doina is a Romanian musical tune style, possibly with Middle Eastern roots, customary in Romanian peasant music, as well as… Continue lendo Doina Revival (Sibiu, Romania) – Fvll Concert

GOGOL BORDELLO – NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Stephen Thompson | June 28, 2010 If you watch this video and don't get to the part where Eugene Hutz is dancing on the desks, then you've missed the most rollicking and insane Tiny Desk Concert of all time. I've seen Gogol Bordello at a nightclub, and its live show is a gypsy punk circus,… Continue lendo GOGOL BORDELLO – NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert