I have been scouring the web to find some names of musicians but unfortunately, no results The sound and way of playing does somewhat remind me of a cobza though. I don't mean to stir up anything here by saying this but to me the performance and sound of that track has so much in common with so-called "chalgija" music from Macedonia FYROM Ion Zlotea he starts after the violin intro:
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Before the concert Hi, Bolya's cobza befor the concert. I wonder if he could get inspiration from this instrument? I do know it's quite common - my grandfather always used to listen to this kind of chants, that's where I know it from.
I don't mean to stir up anything here by saying this but to me the performance and sound of that track has so much in common with so-called "chalgija" music from Macedonia FYROM I have been scouring the web to find some names of musicians but unfortunately, no results In all the clips I heard so far it was drowned out by the violin S Mi-am luat si eu un ud nou din Istanbul acolo prin Tunel. I'm going to Romania tomorrow, I will see if there's any info on this subject to be found over there!
Originally posted by adamgood. Ion Zlotea he starts after the violin intro: Salutari din Grecia Spyros http: Ma bucur de noul tau gwlani stapanesti sanatos frate.
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Sure thing, here are some: You'll find it in the Bible and some classic poems. Si cum sa cumpar si eu CD-ul tau? Pronounciation is different and some words differ slightly. Vlachs in the broadest sense are the Latinized peoples of the Balkans, historically including modern-day Romanians. Stuff in the New Grove as well but I forget exactly what.
♫ ♪ ♫ Gorgona! ♫ ♪ ♫ **Ionut Galani**
Jack Campin - http: Found recordings of one of the greatest cobza players caza Romania, Grigore Kiazim! Of of of,modurile astea. Moldavian dialect lonut Romanian if you mean Tudor Ungureanu! Oh, and keep us up to date with that Hungarian makam project! Keep me up to date on this one, sounds interesting Can someone recommend any clips or mp3 which show this instrument in a solo situation? I searched for online sources on Romanian Byzantine music as well, but haven't found much.
oonut The sound and way of playing does somewhat remind me of a cobza though. It is indeed the same word that is used now in Bulgarian and Russian for voice.
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Originally posted by arsene and this one http: Never heard of a Hungarian makam. I'm a newcomer to this thread but find this instrument fascinating - especially since I normally live very near - in Czech One distinct feature is that in Moldavian the "v" often turns into a "j" pronounced as the French word gendarme "wine" - romanian vin; moldavian jin "to fit" - ro a se potrivi; mol a se potriji Somehow the cobza scene is still very alive both in Moldavia province as in the country Moldavia!
A large part of Aromanians has also been settling in Wallachia since the middle ages. Edward Powell Oud Junkie Posts: Koya Oud Junkie Posts: Originally posted by arsene.
There is a pretty comprehensive book about Byzantine music by Egon Wellesz.