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Szvorák Vokál - A Capella - Folk Songs From Central Europe

Tracklist

1Táncos Erdélyi
2Szentiváni Tűzugrás És Dudaszó
3Gyimesi Bánatos
4Volta Dallamok
5Huszita Vándordallam
6Szlovák–Magyar Közös Aratás És Lakodalom
7Szláv-Magyar Tavaszi Zsongás

Credits

  • EngineerBodnár Péter
  • GraphicsJakab Renáta
  • Music DirectorKiss Ferenc
  • Photography ByTamás Repiszky
  • VocalsOrbán Johanna, Paár Julianna, Tímár Sára
  • Vocals, Edited By, Compiled By, Arranged BySzvorák Katalin

Notes

Hangfelvétel: Kultúrpart Stúdió
A legõsibb és legõszintébb hangszer az emberi hang. Az albumon magyar népdaltípusok találkoznak egymással és felcsendülnek a mellettünk élõ népek dalai is. A dalokban vándorló üzenet e tágabb hazában a "vox humana" küldetését vállaló mindenkori kisebbségek hitvallása is. Szvorák Katalin és tanítványai nemcsak „elénekelnek” valamit, hanem megszólaltatnak. Nemcsak elõadói az énekeknek, hanem újrateremtõi, életre keltõi.

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Szvorák Vokál - A Capella - Folk Songs From Central Europe

Performer: Szvorák Vokál

Title: A Capella - Folk Songs From Central Europe

Country: Hungary

Release date: 2013

Label: REP

Style: Folk, Népzene

Catalog: REP 030

Genre: Folk and World

Size MP3: 1505 mb

Size FLAC: 1478 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 627

Record source: CD, Album

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