|Fanfare Ciocarlia Paket (Paket/package, CDs + DVD)|
Piranha Records proudly release Radio Pascani by Fanfare Ciocarlia, this eleven-strong brass ensemble hailing from the far northeast of Romania. Its cornucopia of pieces with its roots in the folk music of that country and the wider Balkan region also represents the music of a gypsy tradition.
"Baro Biao - World Wide Wedding"
What better place for a world wide wedding than in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains - here where the 12- strong Gypsy brass band Fanfare Ciocarlia serve up a fantastic Musica Tziganeasca!
"Iag Bari - The Gypsy Horns From The Mountains Beyond" (CD with bonus Video)"
Famed for their breakneck speed, the Romanian Gypsy Horns once more prove their incredible capacity to produce leg- and heart-moving music of the finest sort!
"Gili Garabdi - Ancient Secrets of Gypsy Brass"
The 4th CD of the Speed Demons of Gypsy Brass!
"Queens and Kings"
For its fifth album, Fanfare Ciocarlia travelled throughout Europe to record with musicians from the continent`s extended Romany community. Overcoming borders and visas, foreign tongues and rhythms, more than two dozen musicians from France to Bulgaria came together to create "Queens and Kings" - an extraordinary celebration of Gypsy songs. Casual observers may wonder how Fanfare Ciocarlia`s roaring Balkan funk could possibly fuse with the flamenco guitars of French Gitans Kaloome or Macedonian legend Esma Redzepova`s accordion driven music Zece Prajinis musical magicians shrug off such concerns, noting that they share elements of language, experience, and an almost indescribable yet very Gypsy musical synergy with their guests. Hungarian music has permeated northern Romania for centuries, while Yugoslav and Bulgarian music came from encounters with travelling Gypsy communities or on pirate cassettes. Spain and France existed in pre-war memories, lost yet not forgotten Latin connections; as did jazz and pop flavours long filtered through closed borders. From these sources and their own ancient Gypsy roots, Zece Prajini`s musicians built Fanfare Ciocarlia. Here, accompanied by some of Europe`s finest singers, Romania`s brass dervishes share tales of life, love and loss. "Queens and Kings" celebrates unity in diversity while standing as a testament to the vision of Ioan Ivancea, Fanfare Ciocarlia`s clarinet-playing patriarch, who died in October 2006. To Ioan then, a true Gypsy King, this album is dedicated.
"Gypsy Brass Legends" (DVD-PAL)
Get ready for the world wide wedding on DVD.
Released by Asphalt Tango Records GmbH, 1998-2007, Format: CD, DVD(PAL)
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