Le Gazhikane Muzikante | Jekh Duj Trin Shtar

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Jekh Duj Trin Shtar

by Le Gazhikane Muzikante

The beauty of South Eastern European music. Hypnotic, ancient and modern all at the same time.
Genre: World: Balkan
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1. Gelem Gelem
3:25 album only
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2. Zsal O Savo Pe Vulyica
3:16 album only
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3. Tu Jesty Fata
4:28 album only
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4. Amari Szi, Duj Duj
2:48 album only
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5. Verka Kaludjerka
2:34 album only
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6. Valle E Rexhes
4:40 album only
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7. Shoshana
3:29 album only
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8. Zapjevala Sojka Ptica
6:48 album only
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9. Ciganine Sviraj Sviraj
4:41 album only
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10. Tu Djayal
3:57 album only
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11. Kad Ja Podjoh Na Bembashu
7:12 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About the BAND.

Le Gazhikane Muzikante play original arrangements of traditional and beautiful folk songs from South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean area under the direction of lead singer and guitarist Antonio Riva.

Originating from different European countries the musicians have diverse musical backgrounds, which adds a "distinctive and very personal touch to haunting and passionate, yet simple and pure" musical interpretations, creating "a beautiful Eastern folk sound with a rich oriental undercurrent" [Jamboree Venue, London, UK].


About the ALBUM.

'Jekh Duj Trin Shtar' means 'One Two Three Four' in the Romani language, and indicates the counting in of a new musical piece or of a new musical phrase after a pause.

'Jekh Duj Trin Shtar' is the band's debut album, and the repertoire performed here represents a small selection of some of the most famous and beautiful folk tunes from the Balkan and Romani musical traditions.

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