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Kiss Ferenc's Collections

Kiss Ferenc's Collections

The recordings for this CD were made by Ferenc Kiss between 30 May and 1 June 1997 in Csíkszereda, Romania during the Primates’ Meeting held there. While editing the material, the intention was to give a complex, yet varied picture of that unbelievably colourful culture which will sink into oblivion very soon also in this part of the world.

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Kiss Ferenc's Collections - Erdélyi És Moldvai Prímások
Kiss Ferenc's Collections - Erdélyi És Moldvai Prímások

Erdélyi És Moldvai Prímások

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Record label: Etnofon
Year of publication: 2001
Album price: 10 EUR

Gheroge Florea (1952) – violin
Ioan Florea (1948) – zongură
Ion Rus (1973) – drums
Codoba Béla (1944) – violin
Codoba Martin (1941) – violin, double-bass
Codoba Laurentiu (1947) – viola
Stefan Moldovan (1943) – viola
Ioan Boldi (1954) – double-bass
György Czilika (1958) – violin
Rudolf Toni (1967) – viola
Aladár Pusztai (1966) – double-bass
Sándor Fodor „Neti” (1922) – violin
Sándor Fodor „Neti”  jr. (1967) – violin
Gheroge Macinko „Gyurkuca” (1937) – violin
Nati Macingo (1965) – violin
Mihai Radac (1977) – viola
Calin Macingo (1966) – viola
Liviu Macingo (1967) – viola
János Gábor „Albu” (1941) – violin
Petru Kovaci (1949) – viola
Iosif Filaton „Pupu” (1961) – double-bass
Sebastian Cionka (1976) – phonofiddle
Danut Bercea (1974) – drums
György Moldovan „Ilka” (1959) – violin
Nicolae Moldovan (1963) – viola
János Moldovan (1967) – double-bass
Stefan Iambor „Dumnezeu” (1951) – violin
Levente Mezei „Leves” (1969) – violin
Sándor Ceani „Cilika” (1959) – violin
Francisc Mezei „Csángáló” (1951) – viola
Fracisc Iambor „Tocsilla” (1970) – violin
Ceani Matei „Mutis” (1953) – double-bass
Ianos Radac (1943) – violin
Ioan Botezan (1928) – viola
Ioan Vintila – double-bass
Viktor Timár (1936) – sheperd’s pipe, violin
János Timár (1940) – gardon
János Zerkula (1927) – violin
István László Legedi (1948) – sheperd’s pipe
Paun Vasile (1937) – second fiddle
Chiriac Vasile (1952) – violin
Elek Horváth (1935) – violin
Pancsi Gyula (1944) – viola
Ioan Ötvös (1954 ) – double-bass
Árpád Toni (1929) – dulcimer
Aladár Csiszár (1937) – violin
Alexandru Bone (1940) – dulcimer
Sándor Sinka (1936) – violin
Ádám Duduj (1946) – second fiddle
Rozália Duduj (1939) – gardon
Gábor Majláth (1926) – violin
Zoltán Majláth (1967) – violin
Albert Majláth (1956) – clarinet
István Káló (1968) – violin
Lajos Husza (1961) – violin
Sándor Káló (1935) – viola
József Káló (1928) – double-bass
 

1. Fetioreste Des (Rumanian Men's Dance) - Máramarossziget 1 EUR
2. Rumanian Dances from Palatka - Magyarpalatka 1 EUR
3. Csingerálás (Gipsy Dance) - Egeres 1 EUR
4. Dances from Bodonkút - Bács 2 EUR
5. Joc Bátrinesc din Bárái - Báré 1 EUR
6. Fetioreste Des (Rumanian Men's Dance) - Fejérd 1 EUR
7. "Clock" - Stejvapatak 1 EUR
8. Sűrű és Ritka Tempó (Hungarian Men's Dances: Fast adn Slow) - Szék 1 EUR
9. Csingerálás (Gipsy Dance) - Szászcsávás 1 EUR
10. Szökős (Leaping Dance) - Magyarszovát 1 EUR
11. "Medvés" ("Bear Dance") - Gyimesközépfok 1 EUR
12. "Rókatánc" ("Fox Dance") - Gyimesközépfok 1 EUR
13. Kerekes - Gyimesközépfok 1 EUR
14. Botosánka - Klézse and Rádoaia 1 EUR
15. "Gergelytánc" ("Gregory Dance") - Klézse 1 EUR
16. Bátuta - Rádoaia 1 EUR
17. Verbunk (Recruiting Dance) - Vajdaszentivány 1 EUR
18. Jewish Dance - Vajdaszentivány 1 EUR
19. Sebes Forduló (Quick Turning-Dance) - Magyarpéterlaka 1 EUR
20. Lassú és Sebes Magyaros, "Medvés" (Slow and Swift Hungarian Dances, "Bear Dance") - Csíkszentdombos 1 EUR
21. Ficsoreszka és Sebes Kalup (Rumanian Men's Dance) - Abásfalva 1 EUR