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The Rough Guide To The Music Of Romanian Gypsies

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  • Audio CD: 12 pages (31 Dec. 2008)
  • 12 pages
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: World Music Network
  • ASIN: 1906063346
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 220,676 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Taraf De Haïdouks - Parlapapup (Sa Va Spun De Un Bautor)
  2. Fanfare Ciocãrlia - Alili
  3. Toni Iordache - Cantec Si Breaza Ca La Fantanele
  4. Mielu Bibescu - Mite, Mite
  5. Ion Petre Stoican - Hora De La Oltenita
  6. Mahala Raï Banda Vs Shantel - Iest Sexy
  7. Shukar Collective - Taraf
  8. Fanfare Ciocãrlia Feat Dan Armeanca - Kan Marau La
  9. Romica Puceanu - Spune, Maiculita Spune
  10. Cornelia Catanga - Doamne Da-Mi Putere
  11. Gabi Lunca - Pe Drumul De La Buzau
  12. Florea Cioaca - Mierlita Cind E Bolnava
  13. Ionel Tudorache - Pe Ulita Armaneasca
  14. Nicolae Gutsa - De Cind Te Cunosc Pe Tine
  15. Fulgerica And The Mahala Gypsies - Bate Vintul Frunzele
  16. Dona Dumitru Siminica - La Salul Cel Negru
  17. Marcel Budala - Hora Rudarenilor
  18. Constantin Stanciu - Cantaret De Mahala
  19. Andrei Mihalache - Mahala Si Tiganie
  20. Ion Miu - Cu Damigeana

Product Description

Romania's 2.5 million Roma population embraces many of the world's top gypsy musicians, including Taraf de Haidouks, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Mahala Rai Banda, Toni Iordachi and Gabi Lunca. From energetic brass bands and mesmerising cimbolom players to legendary haunting fiddlers, 'The Rough Guide To The Music Of Romanian Gypsies' presents the internationally acclaimed performers and local artists that have, until now, remained undiscovered outside of Eastern Europe.

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