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24–27 May 2012

”I want to because it is sad courage I want to because it is the world’s marvel of marvels That someone starts at the rill And reaches the saint, the big Ocean”

/ Endre Ady /


24 May 18:30

Evelin Tóth–David Yengibarjan, Napra, Fókatelep, DJ Suefo

A38 Ship

25 May

Dresch Quartet (guest: Kálmán Balogh–Miklós Lukács cimbalom duo), Fanfara Complexa, Berka Ensemble, Téka Band

– concert and dance-house

Fonó Music Hall

19:30

26 May 13:00

Söndörgő

Aranysárkány Restaurant (Szentendre)

16:00

Interactive roundtable session about the possibilities of Hungarian artists abroad, host: András Bodrogi

Palace of Arts, Auditorium

19:00

FolkSide, Makám, Tárkány Művek, Csík Band

Palace of Arts, Festival Theatre

22:00

Parno Graszt, Vojasa

Akvarium Klub

27 May 16:00

Ferenczi György and the Rackajam, Buda Folk Band

Szentendre Open Air Museum

19:00

Csűrös Banda, Fonó Folk Band, Szeret Band, Tükrös Folk Music Ensemble, Hungarian State Folk Ensemble – concert and dance-house

Hungarian Heritage House

www.worldmusichungary.hu


Tóth Evelin Evelin Tóth has been focusing on music and theatre from a very early age. About ten years ago she joined the ’Bladder Circus Company’ (Hólyagcirkusz csoport) and started singing in the Ektar band and Rubái trio . She has recorded a solo album entitled ’Let him kiss me’ (Csókoljon meg…) with the drummer Hamid Drake, and with Mihály Dresch, László Fassang, Zoltán Lantos and Róbert Benkő. She collaborated with electronic composer Erikk McKenzie (Norway) and Péter Szalai on the album ’Embraced’ (Ölelésben), composed music with Miklós Lukács and András Dés to the poetry of Orsolya Karafiáth.

In 2012 together with Péter Szalai, Zoltán Lantos and Mátyás Premecz they formed Méthode Traditionelle; and she joined up with the Armenian David Yengibarjan. Evelin Tóth will be performing with David Yengibarjan. www.evelintoth.com

Label

Hunnia Records

Manager

BMC Records

www.hunnia.com

X-Produkció

Vera Rónay

www.bmcrecords.hu

Győr Free Műhely

www.xprodukcio.hu

ronayvera@gmail.com

A38 Ship


Napra Band Napra Band was founded in he autumn of 2004. Its debut album of 2007 entitled ‘Oh, What A World!’ (Jaj, a világ!) is characterised by a fusion of traditional folk music and rock music.

In 2008 the album won the Fonogram Award in the category of the Best World Music Band in Hungary. Miklós Both who has became famous as the ’guitarprimas’ of the band, also composed music to the poetry of Miklós Radnóti. The second Napra Band album entitled ‘In The Moonlight’ (Holdvilágos) was released in April 2010 and could be viewed as a synthesis of the ‘Oh, What A World!’ (Jaj, a világ!) and the Radnóti albums.

Members of the band Miklós Both – voice, electric guitar Kinga Krámli – voice Zoltán ”Boby” Bobár – accordion Máté Hegedűs – violin Ferenc Pfeiler – drums Csaba Winterverber – bass guitar

www.napra.hu www.facebook.com/napraband

Label

Manager

FolkEurópa Kft

Clmusic Kft

Viktória Kondár

www.folkeuropa.hu

www.clmusic.hu

viki@clmusic.hu

A38 Ship


Fókatelep Fókatelep formed in 2007, comprising various members of Korai Öröm and Colorstar. Their very own sound emerged following an initial phase of instrumental and improvisational exercises after they met vocalist Annamária Oláh. Their style is a mix of psychedelic rock and global folk music with emphasis on chanson and tango – this fusion proved to be new and unique on the Hungarian world music scene. It is easy to become part with this fresh and entertaining world, which does not lack unsettling and dramatic moments that make it even more notable. A testimony to this are the two albums of the band Fókatelep (2009) and Fokadelic (2011), and the fact that the band has been invited to renowned festivals all around Europe.

Members of the band Annamária Oláh – voice Viktor Csányi – drums János Jócsik – percussions Péter Szalay – guitar Ferenc Somogyi – bass guitar Emil Biljarszki – keyboards, voice

www.fokatelep.hu http://fokatelep.bandcamp.com

Label

Manager

Narrator Records

Emil Biljarszki

www.narrator.hu

emil.biljarski@gmail.com

A38 Ship


DJ Suefo Suefo is musically omnivorous, his favourite titbits are: downtempo, hip-hop, jazz, funk, soul, and all kinds of world music.

He is a member of Vono Box and Savages, and he is also the tour DJ of Goulasch Exotica. Active since 1997, Suefo has been running the radio show Mana Mana at the legendary Tilos Radio (FM 90.3 in Budapest) since 2001. He is a contributor to manamana.hu, est.hu, TimeOut Budapest, and to the book ’303 Hungarian Records you Must Listen to Before you Die’ (303 magyar lemez, amit hallanod kell, mielőtt meghalsz).

Label

Manager

Chameleon Records

Chameleon Records

www.chameleonrecords.hu

info@chameleonrecords.hu

A38 Ship


Dresch Quartet Mihály ”Dudás” Dresch founded his first quartet in 1984, whose recent lineup (István Baló - drums, Mátyás Szandai - double bass) exists since 1998. Since ‘Sorrow’ (Sóhajkeserű, 1985) the Quartet has produced a dozen important albums, such as ‘Homeward bound’ (Hazafelé), ‘Thoughts about the ancients’ (Gondolatok a régiekről), ’The sounds of soul’ (Zeng a lélek) ‘Winding’ (Folyondár), ‘Ferryman, my ferryman...’ (Révészem, révészem…), ‘Still Voyage’ (Mozdulatlan utazás), ‘Quiet as it is’ (Szép csendesen), ‘Hungarian Bebop’, ‘Straight music’ (Egyenes zene), ‘Rare Bird’ (Ritka madár), and most recently ‘Fuhun’, which title refers to the chromatic sheperd’s flute based on his idea. Special guest at the From the Rill to the Ocean programme series is Kálmán Balogh (cimbalom), who, together with Miklós Lukács, will perform pieces from the ‘Cimbalom for four hands’.

Members of the band Mihály Dresch – saxophone, flute, tárogató Miklós Lukács – cimbalom Ernő Hock – double-bass István Baló – drums

Label

Manager

Budapest Music Center

X-Produkció

Fonó Music Hall

Mihály Dresch

www.bmcrecords.hu

www.xprodukcio.hu

www.fono.hu

dresch.mihaly@freemail.hu

Fonó Music Hall


Berka Ensemble Formed in 2008, the Berka Ensemble is one of Hungary’s newest and most dynamic bands playing the music of Moldavia and the Gyimes region of Transylvania.

Recently the ensemble has also experimented with composing music to poetry of Csángó authors, and including such instruments as double bass, cello, and plectrum dulcimer in the original compositions. Since 2009 the band has made five research trips to Moldavia and has played 50 to 60 dance-house events a year. The ensemble has its permanent dance-house in Budapest at the Fonó Music Hall. www.berkaegyuttes.hu

Manager Szabolcs Endrődi derbayer@gmail.com

Fonó Music Hall

Members of the band Ágota Manninger – voice Szabolcs Endrődi – shepherd’s flute, kaval,

double bass

Márton Komáromi – violin Móric Máté – drums, gardon, jaw harp, cello János Szalai-Gindl – shepherd’s flute, kaval, tilinkó István Szengyel – koboz


Fanfara Complexa Ensemble The Fanfara Complexa ensemble was established as a dancehouse band in 2002, and has since been a permanent participant at dance-house events and clubs in Budapest and in the countryside.

The music they play is based on an authentic Moldavian Csángó-Hungarian folk music and the new style of szerba, hora and manele tunes. Their last album Radio Popular (2011) is mainly a selection of the above mentioned music. For the past ten years they have been taking part of the Somoska Village Days. At their concerts and dance-house clubs they play a characteristic and dynamic music that is mainly inspired by the folk music tradition of the Moldavian part of Rumania, and by the Csángó, Serbian, Bulgarian, Turkish and Jewish tradition.

Members of the band Péter Bede – alt saxophone, tárogató Csaba Sófalvi Kiss – tenor saxophone, kaval, flute Soma Salamon – accordion, kaval, flute Szabolcs Róka – koboz, voice Félix Benke – drums, Jew’s harp (doromb), tree’s leafs

Label

Manager

Fonó Music Hall

X-Produkció

www.fono.hu

xprodukcio@t-online.hu

Fonó Music Hall


Téka Band The Téka Band was formed in 1976 with the aim of preserving and playing authentic Hungarian folk music. Their 24 albums, among them the very successful ‘You play I dance’ (Ha te húzod, én meg járom), ‘Our Masters’ (Mestereink), ‘The many beautiful rivers of Transylvania’ (Erdélyország sok szép víze), ‘Ancient East’ (Őskelet) and ‘Wildflowers’ (Vadvirágok) are a testimony to that. Members of the Téka ensemble are active as teachers in schools, and originated the Téka camp. They have toured schools with their series of concerts entitled ‘Music of the Hungarians’ (Magyarok muzsikája). Their awards include: ‘Young Masters of Folk Art’ (Népművészet Ifjú Mestere), ‘For Hungarian Culture Prize’ (Magyar Művészetért-díj) and the ‘Bartók Béla Memorial Prize’ (Bartók Emlékdíj).

Members of the band Beatrix Ráczkyné Tárnoki – voice, kobza Máté Kalász – violin András Soós – violin, kontra Pál Havasréti – double-bass, hurdy gurdy,

hit gardon, drums, voice

György Lányi – kontra, bagpipe, kobza

www.tekaband.hu Label

Manager

Téka Alapítvány

Jamboree Guru Produkciós Iroda Kft.

www.tekaband.hu

iroda@jamboreeguru.hu

Fonó Music Hall


Söndörgő The band was founded in 1995 in Szentendre. The Eredics brothers, who have relatives in the Vujicsics band, met and began making music together with Attila Buzás during high school years. In contrast to most groups playing Balkan music, Söndörgő is not playing brass band music, but rather it is a tamburitza band with a technical virtuosity and a fresh interpretation. They are capable of bringing to life the hidden gems of different Balkan sounds. After a collaboration with Ferus Mustafov the ‘cocek king’ of the Macedonian gipsy music on two albums (Oj Stari, 2001 and Oj Javore, 2005), they released the album entitled Söndörgő & Ferus Mustafov In Concert. Their new album ‘Tamburising – Lost Music of the Balkans’ featuring great vocals from Antal Kovács and Kátya Tompos was released by Harmonia Mundi/World Village in 2011. www.sondorgo.com

Label

Manager

Söndörgő Association

Marina Pommier

www.sondorgo.com

marina@sziget.hu

Aranysárkány Restaurant

Members of the band Attila Buzás – bass tambura, voice Áron Eredics – tambura, alt tambura, darbuka,

tapan, voice

Benjamin Eredics – kontra tambura, trumpet, voice Dávid Eredics – tambura, alt tambura, kaval, clarinet,

saxophone, voice

Salamon Eredics – accordion, flute, alt tambura


Csík Band The band was founded in 1988 in Kecskemét, and after 15 years of performing mainly at dance-house events the band became so popular that they were one of the representatives of Hungarian folk music at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. Their 2005 album ‘Nobody understands anything’ (Senki nem ért semmit) – alongside folk music – features three tracks by Kispál és a Borz, thus the so-called ‘traditional rockethno’ was born. The song entitled ‘It is just going by’ (Most múlik pontosan), a cover of a Quimby original which song soon evolved into an anthem with over eight million clicks on YouTube. Their 2011 album ‘Lélekképek’ contains more covers of songs by Kispál és a Borz and Quimby. At present the band members are working on their new album which will be presented in 2012 at the Sziget Festival.

Members of the band Marianna Majorosi – voice Zsolt Barcza Jr. – cimbalom, accordion József Bartók – double-bass János Csík – violin, voice Tamás Kunos – viola, voice Péter Makó – saxophone, tárogató, clarinet Attila Szabó – violin, guitar, tambura, voice

www.csikband.hu

Label

Manager

Fonó Music Hall

Clmusic Kft

Viktória Kondár

www.fono.hu

www.clmusic.hu

viki@clmusic.hu

Müpa Palace of Arts


Tárkány Művek Formed in 2009 the sound of the band is a fusion of chanson music from between the two World Wars, folk music and jazz, creating a unique musical universe.

Their first album ’You Etched Your Face in Mine’ (Arcomba az arcod vésted) was released in 2010. Thanks especially to the song ’Chee-ree-reep’ (Csiririp) the band immediately created its own myth among young city dwellers. Lead by the cimbalom player Bálint TárkányKovács the band’s repertoire is mainly inspired by traditional folk melodies interpreted by a particular instrumentation, with the beautiful voice of Julianna Paár adding to the magic.

Members of the band Bálint Tárkány-Kovács – cimbalom Julianna Paár – voice Gergő Kováts – saxophone, flute Endre Papp – viola, kontra András Bognár – double-bass, gardon

www.tarkanymuvek.hu

Label

Manager

Gereblye Bt.

Bálint Tárkány-Kovács

info@tarkanymuvek.hu

info@tarkanymuvek.hu

Müpa Palace of Arts


Makám Makám ensemble was formed in 1984 by Zoltán Krulik. Until 1999 it mainly played instrumental ethno jazz. The band’s more recent period from 1999 is characterised by a greater use vocals and by thematic albums. The first in this line was SkanZen, then came 9 colinda, Szindbád and Anzix, and Almanac with such female voices as Szilvia Bognár, Irén Lovász, Bea Palya, Ági Szalóki and Erika Lázár. The band reformed for the 2009 album ’Yanna Yova’, and ever since it is constantly giving concerts around Europe. Its sound has become more fresh and it seems they have opened themselves to pop and reggae. Thanks to this the Makám Ensemble established itself as the godfather of Hungarian world music and at the same time has become a new member of this scene. www.makam.hu

Label

Manager

Z Paraván Kiadó

Zoltán Krulik

info@makam.hu

info@makam.hu

Müpa Palace of Arts

Members of the band Zóra Hornai – voice Klára Korzenszky – voice Barbara Kuczera – violin, voice Dávid Eredics – clarinet, kaval, saxophone, flute Zoltán Krulik – guitar, voice Attila Boros – acoustic bass László Keönich – drums, percussions


FolkSide It is such a young band that they do not as yet have a history. Its members inspired each other to such extent during those few minutes they played together in 2011 at the opening gala called Hungarian HeartBeats at the WOMEX that they promised to continue in the future… It came as no surprise to those who had a chance to be there: it was a rare feast to make such a mature and at the same time crazy music with acoustic folk instruments and electronic guitar that filled the hall and traveled beyond – and we have not yet begun to describe the experience of listening to them… All in all, we are welcoming a supergroup, and not only because its members are considered the very best in the Hungarian world music scene (guitarist Miklós Both is from Napra band, and the other members are coming from the ensembles of Bea Palya, Márta Sebestyén and Kálmán Balogh among others).

Manager Clmusic Kft

Viktória Kondár

www.clmusic.hu

viki@clmusic.hu

Müpa Palace of Arts

Members of the band Miklós Lukács – cimbalom András Dés – percussions Csaba Novák – double-bass Balázs Dongó Szokolay – flute Miklós Both – guitar, voice


Parno Graszt Ensemble This roma folk ensemble had been playing for 15 years in the village of Paszab (located in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county), when in 2002 they became the focus of international and national interest.

Their debut album ‘I bang the Piano’ (Rávágok a zongorára, 2002) was the beginning of international and national concert tours. Their albums –‘I Bang the Piano’ (Rávágok a zongorára), ‘In my World’ (Járom az utam, 2004), ‘The World is Made for Me’ (Ez a világ nekem való, 2007), ‘Don’t Stop till the Break of Dawn’ (Reggelig mulatok, 2011) – sweep the listener off his feet by the natural exuberance of their music that is performed with an extraordinary ease and candour.

Members of the band József Oláh – voice, guitar, tambura Viktor Oláh – voice, guitar, dance Sándor Horváth – voice, spoon, dance János Jakocska – voice, guitar Mária Balogh – voice, dance Mária Váradi – voice, dance Krisztián Oláh – accordion János Oláh – double-bass István Németh – oral bass, aluminium water can

www.parnograszt.com www.myspace.com/parnograszt www.facebook.com/parnograszt

Label

Manager

Fonó Music Hall

Clmusic Kft

Réka Lőkös

www.fono.hu

www.clmusic.hu

reka@clmusic.hu

Akvarium Klub


Vojasa Band Vojasa is the new upcoming band of the Hungarian gipsy music scene. Their music is based on traditional Vlach gipsy music, and interpreted in such a way that it touches the urban youth.

Musicians of the group have played for several years in well-known bands such as Romano Drom, Kalyi Jag and Nomada. But the rich voices of the three men makes their sound special, to which the usage of the mandolin, the electric and acoustic guitars, the violin, the percussions and the nowadays less used instrument the aluminium water can adds a very special flavour. Besides their original music, they also perform songs collected from Hungarian, Balkan and Andalusian gipsy cultural traditions with such a force that they remind us of ancient times. www.myspace.com/vojasa

Manager Marina Pommier marina@sziget.hu

Akvarium Klub

Members of the band Guszti Balogh – voice, guitar Péter Bordás – bass József ‘Jocó’ Balogh – voice, guitar Gusztáv Balogh – voice, violin, mandolin Zsigmond ‘Csika’ Rafael – aluminium water can,

oralbass, dance

Kornél Mogyoró – drums, percussions


Ferenczi György and the Rackajam The music of György Ferenczi covering a period of 25 years is characterised by a fusion of country, blues, funky, hip-hop, rock ’n’ roll and Hungarian folk music. He has contributed to more than 270 albums, 20 of which are the work of his two bands Herfli Davidson (from 1991 to 2003) and Rackajam from 2005 onwards. The Rackajam is a Hungarian professional group playing a shockingly interesting fusion of 21th century urban folk music and traditional genres. An indefinite blend of Rock n’ Roll, Soul, Blues and of course the band is showcasing many alternatives and remarkable own renditions of their native music. With their albums ‘Csárdafunk’, ‘Petőfilm’ and ‘The World of the Rackas’ (A rackák világa) they managed to win a number of awards, including the Emerton prize (given by the Hungarian National Radio).

Members of the band György Ferenczi – voice, diatonic accordion,

violin, guitar

Ádám Apáti – accordion, bass guitar, voice Levente Kormos – guitar, voice Miklós Jankó – cajun, drums, voice Gábor Bizják – French horn, melophone, voice Zsolt Pintér – mandolin, guitar, voice

www.rackajam.hu Label

Manager

Gryllus Kft

Clmusic Kft

Viktória Kondár

www.kalaka.hu

www.clmusic.hu

viki@clmusic.hu

Szentendre Open Air Museum


Buda Folk Band The Buda Folk Band – founded in 2007 – is a Hungarian folk music ensemble is made up of young city dwellers whose parents and teachers instigated the dance-house movement in the mid 1970s.

Vibrating at the heart of their sound is the pulse of authentic Hungarian folk music, now interwoven with musical phrases and stylistic elements drawn from elsewhere – outside influences which effect, or can effect those living in big cities far from the birthplace of folk music. Their sound is exciting and sometimes lyrical, yet always bursting with energy. The album ‘Quick-Step Rover’ (Sűrű vándor, 2011) is an excellent example of that.

Members of the band Andor Maruzsenszki – violin Ádám Takács – violin Sándor Csoóri – kontra, tambura, koboz, voice Márton Éri – viola Soma Salamon – accordion, flute Géza Pénzes – double-bass Regular guests: Anna Márczi – voice Ferenc Zimber – cimbalom

www.budafolk.hu

Label

Manager

FolkEurópa Kft.

Szilvia Winkler

www.hangveto.hu

winkler.szilvia@gmail.com

Szentendre Open Air Museum


Tükrös Folk Music Ensemble The Tükrös Folk Music Ensemble, founded in 1986, plays traditional Hungarian folk music (mainly from the Mezőség) in the true-to-thetraditon arrangement of fiddle–viola–double bass, at times with the cimbalom as well. The folk music of the Mezőség is not easily understandable for either performer or listener. It can come across as a strong force if the musician is able to channel every nuance of that style of performance that has been refined through hundreds of years, and can come across as discomforting if the music is only a rough performance of melodies and rhythms. Members of the Tükrös Folk Music Ensemble have obviously opted for the first method, relying on their special background of having learnt the essence of playing folk music from their role models.

Members of the band Éva Korpás – voice Attila Halmos – violin, voice Gergely Koncz – violin, viola Péter Árendás – viola Endre Líber – cimbalom, viola András Lelkes – double-bass

www.tukros.hu

Label

Manager

FolkEurópa Kiadó

Endre Liber

www.folkeuropa.hu

endre@hangveto.hu

Hungarian Heritage House

www.hangveto.hu


Szeret Band The Szeret Band was founded by the exceptional ”prímás” Balázs Vizeli in 2008. Its members are the students and teachers of the folk music department at the Liszt Academy of Music.

The band was named after the tributary of the river Danube, Szeret. The band’s main aim is to show authentically the importance of the music connections and parallels among the different cultures of the Carpathian Basin, and to preserve the traditions of the different nations and smaller ethnic groups living there. In their repertoire beside Hungarian folk music, Romanian, Slovakian, Serbo-Croat and Gipsy music can also be found.

Members of the band Balázs Vizeli – violin László Mester – viola Gergely Koncz – violin Gergő Szabó Csobán – double-bass Dániel Szabó – cimbalom

www.szeret.eu

Label

Manager

Szeret Egyesület

Balázs Vizeli

vizelibalazs@gmail.com

vizelibalazs@gmail.com

Hungarian Heritage House


Fonó Folk Band The Fonó Folk Band was founded in 1997 in Budapest. Its members are musicians from different regions of Hungary, and the Hungarian speaking regions of Slovakia and Ukraine.

They are devoted to the performance, teaching and researching of authentic folk music at a professional level. Their musical repertoire consists primarily of instrumental and vocal folk music and true-to-tradition arrangements of the instrumental and vocal folk music of the peoples of the Carpathian Basin.

Members of the band Andrea Navratil – voice István “Szalonna” Pál – violin Tamás Gombai – vilolin Gergely Agócs – voice, dance, tárogató, Hungarian

bagpipe, fujara, shepherd’s flute

Sándor D. Tóth – viola, hit gardon, drums Zsolt Kürtösi – double bass, accordion

www.fonozenekar.hu

Bálint Tárkány Kovács – cimbalom

Label

Manager

Fonó Music Hall

Gergely Agócs

www.fono.hu

agocs.gergely@hagyomanyokhaza.hu

Hungarian Heritage House


Csűrös Banda The ten-year-old Csűrös Banda is one of today’s most popular dance-house ensembles from Transylvania.

Its members had the privilege of being able to learn from such local legends as Sándor ‘Neti’ Fodor, and the Árusok and the Csipások. István ‘Kiscsipás’ Varga and László ‘Türei’ Lengyel – who have accompanied the Csűrös Banda and have been its guests on numerous occasions – have become legends themselves. Besides performing at Transylvanian camps and festivities they are a constant presence at Hungarian dance houses. In 2011 the Hungarian Heritage House of Győr has released their album entitled ‘Folkmusic from Kalotaszeg’ (Kalotaszegi népzene).

Manager Tamás Henics

László ‘Türei’ Lengyel

tamas.henics@univie.ac.at

tureixxl@yahoo.com

Hungarian Heritage House

Members of the band Csongor László – violin László Magyarosi – violin Lehel László – accordion Rudolf ‘Rudika’ Toni – kontra Levente ‘Süldő’ Nyilas – double bass Béla ‘Arus’ Berki – accordion, voice


Hungarian State Folk Ensemble The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble was founded in 1951 with the purpose of collecting, preserving and presenting the treasures of Hungarian folklore.

The HSFE presents all folk-related Hungarian genres on stage: historic music, authentic folk music and dance, dramatic folk plays, as well as traditional-based world music, show-dancing and the elements of the contemporary dance-house tradition. Its diverse repertoire has made the HSFE one of the most widely performing ensembles of www.heritagehouse.hu

Concert organiser and manager MĂĄria Ferencz ferencz.maria@hagyomanyokhaza.hu

Hungarian Heritage House

the world: in its six decades of existence, the HSFE has performed in 50 countries on four continents, entertaining more than 8 million people. At home (8 Corvin tĂŠr, Budapest), the HSFE performs about 100-120 times a year, beside being regular guest of theatres in all Hungarian populated areas outside the borders of the Hungarian state.


Organizers:

Hungarian Heritage House www.heritagehouse.hu

CLmusic www.clmusic.hu

www.worldmusichungary.hu

From the Rill to the Ocean - catalog  

From the Rill to the Ocean - Hungarian folk and worldmusic flow Budapest, 24-27 May 2012.

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