May I Kiss Your Hand. May I Kiss Your Hand Tracklist.
Subtitled "Hungarian & Gypsy Fiddle Music and Songs," Csókolom's May I Kiss Your Hand is a more eclectic and swinging release than most such recordings, including both instrumental and vocal workouts on traditional numbers (as well as Béla Bartók's "Romanian Dance Gregor Schäfer's jazz-derived double-bass makes this more approachable to non-tradition-bound listeners than much Eastern European fiddle music, giving it a rhythmic pulse; Anti VonKlewitz's low vocals have an interesting spontaneous and worn quality.
Listen to music from Csókolom like Amari Szi Amari, Medved Na Lancu & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Csókolom. May I Kiss Your Hand.
Csokolom - Lullaby/ Mahala, 06:26, . MB download mp3 full version here. Download Csokolom - Lullaby/ Mahala. Ludo Luda: Best 2 songs. Csokolom: best 2 tracks. Csokolom - Gankino Horo May I Kiss Your Hand, 1998 03:53. Csokolom - y May I Kiss Your Hand, 1998 04:23.
Playlist Csókolom - May I Kiss Your Hand. Kéren Chave (fast version) Csókolom. Medved na lancu Csókolom. Amari szi amari Csókolom. Kaltotaszegi Legényes Csókolom. Feljött a nap Csókolom. Nu face bine (Romanian Hora) Csókolom.
Album: May I Kiss Your Hand. Translations: English. A A. Keserves, Székelyföldy. Csókolom: Top 3. 1. Amari Szi Amari. 2. Mori Shej, Sabina. 3. Csillagok, csillagok, Jadran.
Mahala Arpad is the blistering opener, followed by the qually rambunctious title track Ludo Luda. Klewitz is joined by Sander Hoving, Anneke Frankenberg on violin and viola, and Gregor Schäfer does duty on double-bass. Combined, they rip through these tunes with edge and excitement in a way that ups the stakes for Eastern European world music titles. The traditional klezmer wedding dance Hochzeitstanz and the old Hungarian folk song A Csitari Hegyek Alatt ( In the Mountains of Csitari ) are well.
I heard and saw them play again in Amsterdam (Buiksloot) in May 1998, they played pieces I knew from the tape, but also several new pieces, such as a Bulgarian dance in 11/8 time (4+3+2+2). This is track 9 of the CD "May I kiss your hand"). Csókolom could be interpreted as a shorter version of "(Én) csókolom őt" (I kiss it) or "Kezét csókolom" (I kiss your hand). Clearly, the title of Csókolom's first full CD, "May I kiss your hand" is in fact a free translation of the group's name. Technical note: the vowel before the t in the last word of "Csókolom őt" should look like an o with two acute accents, or two dots lengthened to be become acute accents.
|1||Amari Szi, Amari|
|3||Medved Na Lancu|
|5||Feljött A Nap / Romanian Dance #4|
|6||Nu Face Bine / Romanian Hora|
|7||Szerelem / Lörincreve|
|8||Mori Shej, Sabina|
|12||Dance From Gyimes|
|14||Keserves / Székelyföldy|
|17||Szatmári / Csókolom / Szatmári|
|18||Amari Szi, Amari (Slow Version)|
|19||Jánoska / Szatmári|
|20||Lörincreve (In G)|
- Design [Graphic] – Morgan K. Dodge*
- Double Bass – Gregor Schäfer
- Engineer – James Lott, Ulrich Schauff* (tracks: 5, 10, 12, 17, 20)
- Liner Notes – Michael Kleff, Nora Guthrie, Rob List
- Producer – Chris Strachwitz, Csokolom*
- Violin – Anneke Frankenberg (tracks: 5, 10, 12, 17, 20)
- Violin, Viola, Other [Kontra] – Sander Hoving
- Violin, Viola, Vocals – Anti Von Klewitz
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- Barcode: 096297046920