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Dog Daze

Dog Daze

Arhoolie founder Chris Strachwitz first heard Csókolom in concert in 1998 in Memphis, Tennessee. He was so taken by the group that he recorded them two days later. This is their third recording for Arhoolie. Led by violinist and singer Anti von Klewitz, the string quartet (3 violins and bass) plays music drawn from the rich Romani and folk music heritage of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania, and Bulgaria. The liner notes provide brief background information about each selection.

Track Listing

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Ando Tyire / Fast Csárdás from Székelyföld Csókolom 4:29
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102
Tuga Za Jablanom Csókolom 3:20
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Kalotaszegi Legényes in d-minor Csókolom 2:47
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Virágzik a Cseresznyfa Csókolom 4:09
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Flambée Montalbanaise Csókolom 3:16
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Éva, szivem Éva / Fast Dance from Méhkerék Csókolom 4:23
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Eastern Comfort Csókolom 4:51
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108
Fi Barbat / Fast Dance from Transylvania Csókolom 5:01
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109
Lahore Csókolom 4:23
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110
Fére Bánat / Fast Dance from Moldavia Csókolom 5:16
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Maneaua lui Kemal Csókolom 4:20
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Madara Csókolom 3:21
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Kalotaszegi Legényes in b-flat Csókolom 2:22
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Flambée Montalbanaise Extra Hot Csókolom 4:01
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Lino / Tareanasca Csókolom 4:09
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Ants (Braul Pe Sase) Csókolom 3:32
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Dog Daze Csókolom 0:41
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