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  Back in 1907, Béla Bartók on an expedition collecting folk music in Transylvania wrote about the difficulties of the task at hand in a letter: “Despite every concerted effort, a researcher looking for old Hungarian folk songs, instead finds mostly popular melodies and composed city tunes. We seem to be living the final hour – or even final minutes – of the music culture truly connected to...More »

Mezőörményes - Original Village Music from the Eastern Transylvanian Plain - New Patria series

2011
Összidő (Total time) 72’52

Mezőörményes - Original Village Music from the Eastern Transylvanian Plain - New Patria series

 

Their tri-lingualism showed up in their music: they often mixed and matched melodies of the three ethnic groups. They don’t distinguish the tunes according to which ethnic group it belongs to, rather they identify a tune by when it is used. It doesn’t matter whether a tune is Hungarian or Romanian – they simply play this or that one. On this CD a “verbunkos style” Hungarian tune is heard both in the Romanian and Hungarian dance cycles.
As in other places in Transylvania, the musicians on this CD often adjust a melody to fit another dance rhythm or meter: on track 9 (the Romanian dance cycle), an originally Hungarian melody is played both for Romanian de-a lungu and leneşa dances.

 

 


1. De-a lungu, ungureşte (Romanian couple dances) 5’35”
2. Duş és de descântat (csujogatós) románoknak, lakodalmi dus magyaroknak
(Romanian and Hungarian wedding processionals) 8’27”
3. Rara (ritka román legényes), bărbunc (verbunk)
(Romanian men’s solo dance and recruitment dance) 5’34”
4. Leneşa (Moldovan Ignác nótái) (Ignác Moldovan’s songs) 7’36”
5. Cigány halott melletti ének (Gypsy wake song) 5’31”
6. Cigány virrasztóének, csárdás és cingerd’i
(Gypsy wake song, csárdás and cingerd’i) 6’37”
7. Magyar táncrend: lassú, korcsos, szökő
(Hungarian dance cycle) 11’00”
8. Cigány keserves románul, asztali nóta (zili) és cigány hârţag
(Gypsy complaint sung in Romanian, gypsy table tune (zili)
and Gypsy hârţag) 8’36”
9. Román táncrend: de-a lungu, ungureşte de învârtit, leneşa, hârţag
(Romanian dance cycle) 13’35
Összidő (Total time) 72’52


Válogatta – Selected by: KELEMEN László

 

ADATKÖZLŐK / PERFORMERS – INFORMANTS

 

MOLDOVAN Remus (1958, Mezőörményes) hegedű / violin, ének / voice
CSINKA Alexandru (1929, Mezőölves) hegedű / violin
MOLDOVAN LUMPERDEAN Gheorghe (1932, Mezőszentmárton) brácsa / viola
BOGÁNYI Alexandru (1936, Mezőszabadi) nagybőgő / double bass

 

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