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Balkan Quartet

by Balkan Quartet

Balkan Quartet's debut album offers an eclectic mixture of folk tunes including Armenian, Greek, Gypsy, and Eastern European, as well as original compositions for string quartet influenced by the music of the Balkans.
Genre: World: Balkan
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1. Echmiadzin Dance
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2. The Red Shawl
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3. Clouds
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4. Festive Song
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5. The Crane
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6. Zikino Kolo
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7. Souvenir from Marinko's Pond
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8. Gypsy Song
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9. Hotland
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10. Folk Suite
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11. Sevdah Tango
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12. Just for Wonder
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The musicians of the Balkan Quartet - violinists Sinisa Ciric and Mirna Ogrizovic, violist Danijela Zezeji-Gualdi and cellist Martin Gueorguiev were drawn together by their mutual background and upbringing in the Balkan countries of Serbia and Bulgaria. This album offers an eclectic mixture of musical traditions from many distant parts of the world - from Armenian to Eastern European, Gypsy to Greek, from the rhythm of the Tango to a nod to the genius of the of Tchaikovsky. Some of the pieces are arrangements of folk songs that have been sung for centuries, while others are new compositions reflecting the composers' views of our ever-changing cultural environment.

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