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Southern slav folk music - CD

HCD 18057
2000

1.
Užičko kolo 1.31

2.
Čarlama 2.22
3.
Veliko kolo 2.12

4.
Ketuš 1.30

5.
Lepa Nera 1.37
6.
Kalaški svatovac 2.08

7.
Skoči kolo 2.37

8.
Kolo 3.19

9.
Natalija 1.21

10.
Srpkinjica 1.39

11.
Kukunješče 1.34

12. Mišino oro 3.31

13. Makedon oro 2.46
14. Veselo Bosno 1.36

15. Koračnica 0.49

16. Veras 0.28

17. Petruševo kolo 1.40

18. Lagano 1.50

19. Marice kolo 1.40

20. Svatovac 1.56
21. Kad podviknem 1.32

22. Tandrčak 0.50

23. Drmavica 1.00

24. Sitne bole 0.30

25. Poskočice kolo 2.21

Musicians:
Gábor Eredics - bass-prime, tambura, accordeon, voice
Kálmán Eredics - double bass, drums, voice
Miroszláv Brczán - tambura-celo, brac, double bass, voice
Mihály Borbély - saxophone, sheperd's pipe, clarinet, tambura-brac, voice
Károly Győri - prime tambura, violin
Ferenc Szendrődi - prime tambura, tambura samica
Zoltán Horváth - prime tamura, alt tambura, tenor tambura

Guests:
Márta Sebestyén - voice
Marica Greges - voice
Katalin Gyenis - voice
Ibolya Radics - voice

Musical producer: Zoltán Hézser
Balance engineer: György Kovács
Photos: Gábor Kreiss
Design: Gábor Klebercz

Recorded in 1980 HUNGAROTON
CD is manufactured by Sony DADC in Austria

The Ensemble was formed in 1974 in Pomaz, in the early days of the folk-dance revival in Hungary. The primary aim was to continue and revive the folk-music heritage of the Serbian communities in the Budapest region (Szentendre, Pomaz, Csobanka, Budakalasz). Later its scope was extended to the folk-music of the Croats of the Danube valley and southern Hungary, including field-work, arrangements, and performance, and the presentation as such of this diverse and colourful folk-music. Ensemble Vujicsics arrangements are characterised by respect for the heritage, and musicianship of a high order. Their repertoire, based on archaic traditions, now enjoys a respected place on the concert platforms of Hungary, Europe, and more distant continents.

Pronounced "Voy-chich" after the late Hungarian composer, collector and musicologist, Tihamer Vujicsics, the group plays the traditional music of Serbia and Croatia. They are professional musicologists and graduates of Hungary's musical academies.

Like folk music musicologists Tihamer Vujicsics and Gyorgy Martin before them, the members have collected the folk music from the Southern Slav peoples on both sides of the Danube River; Hungary and the former Yugoslavia