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  • Performer: Magyarpalatka Band
  • Album: Hungarian Trad. Wedding From Palatka
  • FLAC: 1868 mb | MP3: 1422 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Folk, Népzene
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 414
  • Format: AHX MPC AUD MP2 MP4 VQF TTA
Magyarpalatka Band - Hungarian Trad. Wedding From Palatka album flac

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Album · 1992 · 9 Songs. Magyarpalatka Martin Codoba.

This is a footage recording of a local village dance known as the "Ritka Magyar" from the village of Magyarpalatka. Located in Transylvania, Romania. Ritka (Meaning: Rare) is an ancient dance that goes back beyond the medieval ages. In this video, I replaced the field recorded audio with a high-quality, professional soundtrack. Soundtrack: White Dove Album: Traditional Songs and Dances of Hungary (2006) Band: Unkown(?) Категория.

Magyarpalatka Band on Hangvető. Steeped in emotion, life and vitality, direct from a village nestling amongst the beautiful and rugged hills of Transylvania, Romania. This wild and dynamic band can make your feet tap or tears well in your eyes. They also have a constant stream of musicians and musicologists from around the world coming to Palatka to collect and learn the music and dance directly from them. They have also been recorded on many occasions and in many forms over the years.

Palatka Gypsy Band is a folk band formed by five musicians from the Transylvanian village of Pălatca (Hungarian: Magyarpalatka or Palatka), Cluj County, Romania, led by the first violin Florin Codoba.

Free download and listen Hungarian Folk Music - Magyarpalatka. Hungarian Folk Music - Magyarpalatka. Artists: Andrásfalvy Bertalan. Tracks count: 35. Views: 15. ISMERETLEN, Kallós Zoltán, Andrásfalvy Bertalan, Martin György - Slow csárdás 01:02.

More albums by this artist. From: Andrásfalvy Bertalan. Count: 35. Hungarian Folk Music - Magyarpalatka tracks. Wedding processional. The bird may fly from branch to branch. My mother told me. The great bell of Vásárhely.

Each band is at our disposal for five days during which time it is possible to make archival recordings of not only each band’s repertoire of melodies which serves the entertainment needs of more than one ethnic group, but also to document information regarding customs surrounding the traditional music and dance life. The musicians on this recording are originally from Magyarpalatka (Palatca) and are Calvinist, Hungarian Gypsies. Báré (Bărăi) – Magyarpalatka (Palatca). In Palatka in the fifties and sixties it became common to have two violins and two violas playing; this is the formation playing on this recording as well. The violin’s playing style is very dynamic, richly ornamented, strongly rhythmic, and it controls the rhythm and tempo of the accompaniment.

Magyarpalatka Album has 9 songs sung by Martin Codoba, Bela Codoba, Imre Emeric Moldovan. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Magyarpalatka songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').

1st violin: FLORIN, officially Martin CODOBA was born in 1977. Quelques images du lancement parisien de l'album Panni & Palatka: INTRO. Zeneiskola - Banda muzsikálás - Kodoba Béla - Magyarpalatka. G. Vucic Gyula, 1990. Palatka added 3 new photos to the album PGB in tadt 2010 - with Martin Florin Codoba. 14 September 2011 ·. PGB in tadt 2010. Palatka added a new photo to the album PGB concerts at Aux Anges (graphic design: András Szabó). Palatka.

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