Freylekh Jamboree | Roman-Garde Koushinkyoku

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Roman-Garde Koushinkyoku

by Freylekh Jamboree

"Fake Balkan brass. From Japan" 2nd album. Sound like:ching dong (a Japanese advertising marching band), Gypsy-Balkan music, klezmer, old jass, rock, brazil, irish, musette, classic, biguine.
Genre: World: Balkan
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rudabi! Rudabi!!
4:01 album only
2. Prevezaniko
5:16 album only
3. Skopje Stomp
5:58 album only
4. Kolo
3:41 album only
5. A Yor Nokh Mayn Khasene
5:54 album only
6. Cintec De Joc
4:11 album only
7. Kareinaru Italian AV no Sekai
5:47 album only
8. Mostariski Ducani
6:18 album only
9. A Baratole
1:50 album only
10. Turkish Rondo from Mozart
3:45 album only
11. Maori - A Samoan Dance
6:52 album only
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"Fake Balkan Brass. from JAPAN"
Sound Like:Ching Dong(A Japanese advertising Marching Band), Gypsy-Balkan Music, Klezmer, Old Jass, Rock, Brazil, Irish, Musette, Classic, Biguine.

A very rare band from Japan playing Klezmer (Jewish) and Gypsy (Roma) music.
The band formed in 1999.
Not using any electrical instruments at all, the band's sound reminds one of nostalgic circus music and old jass bands. With all the different backgrounds of the musicians from Ching-Dong(A Japanese advertising Marching Band), Jazz, Rock, Pop, New Orleans, Latin, Musette, Irish, to Classical, and their free style performance, the band is able to create a distinctive world of their own.
They are active on the streets, event spaces, and clubs in and around Osaka.

They played together and opened for bands like: "Fanfare Ciocarlia” a Rumanian Gypsy brass band, "Think of One" from Belgium, and "Willem Breuker Kollektief" from Holland, and more...
This is 2nd Album.
Plays Greek, Serbia, Jewish, Romania, Hungary,Bosnia=Herzegovina trad, original tune & Mozart!!

"Freylekh Jamboree"
Nobuyuki Seto:clarinet
Kazunari Seto:trumpet
Tomoyuki Mihara:trombone
Tesshin Kaneko:soprano saxophone, uillean pipes, tin whistle
Kasumi Shiraki:alto saxophone
Ryoko Yamaguchi:violin
Sachie Fujisawa:accordion, toy piano
Mitsuji Kawamura:tuba
Pikari Ota:drums

special guest
"Fuchigami to Funato"
Jyunko Fuchigami:vocal
Hiroshi Funato:contrabass



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Peter Downes

Roman-garde Koushinkyoku(rp-02)
My main reason for acquiring this CD was for the track "Maori" composed by William H Tyler in 1908. Maori is the name of the indigenous peoples of New Zealand and although he never came to our country, Tyler is supposed to have based his composition of Maori themes. This is debatable but it is none the less a delightful composition and the treatment given by Freylekh Jamboree is fascinating and full of fun. The use of the tuba is truly inspired. I am researching various recorded versions of the composition as by its very name, it has a tentative association with my homeland. This is one of the most recent recordings and certainly the most novel.