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May I Kiss Your Hand

May I Kiss Your Hand

Csókolom is a string quartet (3 violins and a double-bass) led by violinist Anti von Klewitz. The Hungarian name of the quartet is the short version of “Kezét csókolom!” (I’m kissing your hand), the universal phrase used by Hungarians to greet their elders, mainly those whom they have known since childhood. In 1998, the quartet performed at a Folk Alliance conference in Memphis, TN. Arhoolie Records founder/producer Chris Strachwitz was so taken with their music that he arranged to record them two days later in the fabled Sun Studios. The end result is an album of astounding Hungarian and Eastern European fiddle music.

Track Listing

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Amari Szi, Amari Csókolom 3:05
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102
Kaltotaszegi Legényes (In C Minor) (Kalotaszegi Legenyes) Csókolom 2:36
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103
Medved Na Lancu Csókolom 1:44
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104
Lulu-Valse Csókolom 1:54
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105
Feljött A Nap / Romanian Dance #4 Csókolom 4:56
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106
Nu Face Bine / Romanian Hora (In B Minor) Csókolom 3:23
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107
Szerelem / Lörincreve (In A) Csókolom 5:18
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108
Mori Shej, Sabina Csókolom 4:59
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109
Gankino Horo Csókolom 3:53
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110
Mysterieuse Csókolom 3:14
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111
Anii Mei Csókolom 3:36
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112
Dance from Gyimes Csókolom 4:42
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113
Eddig Vendég Csókolom 3:24
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114
Keserves / Székelyföldy Csókolom 4:23
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115
Kalotaszegi Legényes (In F) Csókolom 2:35
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116
Cinege Csókolom 4:25
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117
Szatmári / Csókolom / Szatmári Csókolom 3:47
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118
Amari Szi, Amari (Slow Version) Csókolom 4:13
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119
Jánoska / Szatmári Csókolom 3:51
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120
Lörincreve (In G) Csókolom 2:46

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