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Ederlezi: Caravan Quest (Live)

by The Swiss Youth World-Music Ensemble

Ederlezi is the encore piece from the Caravan Quest production performed live at Jazzaar Festival 2015 - a make over of a traditional Romani (Gypsy) piece enhanced with a divinely extended drum solo!
Genre: World: Gypsy
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1. Ederlezi: Caravan Quest (Live) [feat. Donny McCaslin, Etienne Stadwijk, Ismail Lumanovski, Ned Wilkinson, Csaba Thoth Bagi, Jamshied Sharifi, Kai Eckhardt, Christiane Karam, Rodney Holmes, Anders Bostrom & Rashad McPherson]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About Ederlezi (pronounced: eDerlezi):
A Romani (Gypsy) folk tune named after the Spring Festival celebrated by the Romani people of the Balkans. The lyrics are taken from the Goran Bregovic version.

Ederlezi was the 12th and final piece in the Caravan Quest production presented live at Jazzaar Festival 2015 in Aarau, Switzerland. The main album Caravan Quest can be purchased at this link: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/theswissyouthworldmusice

Performed by The Swiss Youth World-Music Ensemble
Directed by A.T.N. Stadwijk - keys

Special Guests:
Christiane Karam - vocals; Ismail Lumanovski - clarinet; Rashad McPherson - vocals; Donny McCaslin - saxes;
Ned Wilkinson - trumpet/frenchhorn/euphonium; Anders Bostrom - flutes; Jamshied Sharifi - synthesizers;
Csaba Toth Bagi - guitar; Rodney Holmes - drums; Kai Eckhardt - bass.

The Swiss Youth World-Music Ensemble:
Lydia Renold v, Katharina Krebitz v, Gabriela Grossenbacher v, Thea Simpson v, Rit Xu fl, Fabian Tschopp fl,
Kevin Sommer cl, b-cl, Marina Iten as, Sara El Hachimi as, Mattis Sussmann tp, Lucien Erdin tp, Joseba Zbinden acc,
Demian Coca p, Vito Cadonau b, Dominik Garbauer dr

Project Description:

Caravan Quest is a journey of pure fascination with the hybrid music of southeast Europe,
namely the Balkans, Turkey and Romania. This expedition is embarked on by both
seasoned musician explorers of diverse heritage that traverse effortlessly across the wide
landscape of contemporary music and their young apprentices – The Swiss Youth World-
Music Ensemble (SYWE).

Caravan Quest afforded a ’Bandstand Learning with Role ModelsTM’ opportunity for the SYWE
in this exclusive musical journey at Jazzaar Festival 2015 in Aarau, Switzerland. Escorted by their
mentors at rehearsals that week in April and all the way to the premiering concert on the weekend,
the youth players discovered ways to maneuver their own skills to musically express themselves
from other cultural perspectives. Indeed this was a rite of passage for aspiring young musicians on
a quest for wider musical horizons!

Credits for this encore track:

12. Ederlezi (traditional)
Lyrics by Goran Bregovic
Arranged by Christian Jacob

Christiane Karam - v, Lydia Renold - v, Katharina Krebitz - v, Gabriela Grossenbacher - v, Thea Simpson - v, Rashad McPherson - v, Anders Bostrom - bamboo fl, Rit Xu - a-fl, Fabian Tschopp - b-fl, Ismail Lumanovski - cl, Kevin Sommer - cl, bcl, Donny McCaslin - ts, Marina Iten - as, Sara El Hachimi - as, Ned Wilkinson - euph, Mattis Sussmann - tp, Lucien Erdin - tp, Csaba Toth Bagi - g, A.T.N. Stadwijk - keys, Jamshied Sharifi - synth, Joseba Zbinden - acc, Demian Coca - p, Kai Eckhardt - b, Rodney Holmes - dr, Dominik Garbauer - perc.

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