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The Road to Pannonia

by Josh Deutsch's Pannonia

Traditional folk music and folk tales from the imaginary land of Pannonia.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Overture
1:43 album only
2. Traveling Tune
5:41 album only
3. Dogman
13:12 album only
4. Arstotzka's Path
8:02 album only
5. Piat
8:18 album only
6. Altato
3:49 album only
7. Days Shortening
5:00 album only
8. Allegretto
3:01 album only
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Album Notes
This is Pannonia’s second album, following "Another Time, Another Place", which was released in 2013. The first album was a collection of traditional folk tunes from the imaginary land of Pannonia. In The Road to Pannonia, we incorporate folk tales (by Peabody and Juno Award–winning author Chris Tarry) about some of the characters and places encountered on the quest to reach Pannonia. We hope you enjoy traveling with us!

– josh

Josh Deutsch – Trumpet
Zach Brock – Violin
Ryan Keberle – Trombone
Gary Wang – Bass
Ronen Itzik – Percussion
Sofia Rei, Nikolett Pankovits, Heather Masse, vocals/narration

Recorded December 11 and 12, 2016 @ Big Orange Sheep Studios, Brooklyn, NY
Recording Engineers: Michael Perez-Cisneros & Alex Haley
Mixed & Mastered by Michael Perez-Cisneros

Produced by Josh Deutsch
Album art & design by Kendall Eddy
Band photos by Joe Duva
Stories by Chris Tarry
Hungarian folk lyrics in “Arstotzka’s Path” adapted by Nikolett Pankovits



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