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Renegades of Folk

by Metrofolk

Traditional Gypsy, Hungarian, Romanian, and Jewish folk music and songs from Transylvania, freshly interpreted on the streets and subways of New York City.
Genre: World: Hungarian Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Heart Aches Inside And Out
8:32 album only
2. In Memoriam Alexandru Titrus
4:45 album only
3. I Smoked And Burned My Mouth
1:49 album only
4. Jewish Tunes From Ordongosfuzes
4:49 album only
5. My Mother Told Me
6:03 album only
6. Laza Csuklo, Merev Konyok
4:29 album only
7. Csardas And Szapora From Kalotaszeg
5:26 album only
8. Thanks For Loving Me
1:20 album only
9. Ciganycsardas Es Legenyes
5:00 album only
10. Party A La Palatka
8:58 album only


Album Notes
Founded by violinist Jake Shulman-Ment and bracsist (3-string viola) Áron Székely, MetróFolk has rapidly grown from a spontaneous musical phenomenon commonly found on the streets and subways of New York City into one of the premier Hungarian and Romanian folk bands in North America. They have become a vital part of their community of immigrants and decsendants of immigrants in the New York area, and through their concerts and dance parties, have been able to evoke a taste of old-world village culture in the heart of one of the world's greatest urban centers.

On their debut CD, Renegades of Folk, Metrófolk has captured the fiery, alcohol-drenched, pulsating energy of their live performances. Recorded in just one day, this CD presents a virtuosic performance of traditional dance tunes and songs from Transylvania. Aided by the stellar vocals of Kata Harsaczki and the lush cimbalom of Pete Rushefsky, this string band is sure to capture your ears, feet, and heart.

Jake Shulman-Ment, violin
Áron Székely, kontra (brácsa)
Raul Rothblatt, bass/cello
Pete Rushefsky, cimbalom
Kata Harsaczki, vocals



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