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Ballad to the Singing Sea - 1.
Ballade pour une mer qui chante 1.

Vents d'Est VDE 10.796 1997

So many excellente musicians on one recording! "Composer-musician M. Montanaro,                                             with Vents d'Est, rewrites the geographical map of Europe with jazz and folk music, Czech, Slovak, Serb, Hungarian or French violins and harmonies are laced sometimes with swing sometimes with sacred music."           ( E.Azoulay)

1.
Dansa De L'Ors5.32

2.
Lettre Ouverte5.00
3.
Verdict1.40

4.
Arnaut Guilhem5.24

5.
Horo Na Gore4.52

6.
Viatge Marcha0.42

7.
Planh Dei Bomians1.35

8.
Dansa 4.20

9.
Dama Lombarda6.19

10.
Leandre & Innocent 5.56

11.
Prelude2.08

12.
Lavida No Tiene Sentido7.18

13.
Lamort de Maurin4.28
14.
Farandola Rasta5.31
15.La Peur3.27 

Total times: 64.28

Miquéu Montanaro - galube, tamburin, flutesWith:

René Sette - voice
Ökrös Csaba - violin
Gulserem Yildirim - voice
Pedro Aledo - guitar, voice

Ghymes:
Szarka Tamás - violin
Béhr László - cimbalom
Buják Krisztián - clarinet
Szarka Gyula - double bass
Buják Andor - viola, clarinet

Vujicsics:
Győri Károly - tambura
Szendrődi Ferenc - bratsch tambur
Eredics Gábor - accordion, tambura
Borbély Mihály - clarinet, saxophone
Eredics Kálmán - double bass,darbouka
Horváth Zoltán - tambura, cselló-tambura

Ce disque enregistré en Hongrie est le premier d' une collection en 3 volumes "Ballade pour une mer qui chante" de Montanaro Vents d' Est

Compositions & Direction: MONTANARO Miquéu
Prise de Son: Udvaros Gyula
Montage: Clerici Jérome/HATHOR
Calligraphie: Gülserem Yildirim
Photo: Jeff Dantin