Equally interesting is this clip: Jack Campin – http: Cum merge cu muzica? Originally posted by arsene. Before the concert Hi, Bolya’s cobza befor the concert.
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Vlachs in the broadest sense are the Latinized peoples of the Balkans, historically including modern-day Romanians. Adam – sorry for this late reply!! Then again I am not familiar with music theory historical to this extent.
Never heard of a Hungarian makam. I guess it’s byzantine theory? Found recordings of one of the greatest cazzn players in Romania, Grigore Kiazim!
GREEK PARTY CU IONUT GALANI SI MIRCEA CAZAN
If I can help in something please send U2U. You’ll find it in the Bible and some classic poems. Scotland Member Is Offline Mood: Jack Campin – http: I searched for online sources on Romanian Byzantine music as well, but haven’t found much. I’m curious as to who that oud player might be, and if thee are more in the aromanian tradition! It’s not entirely cobza related but I figured the romanian connection justified posting this here!
Ion Zlotea he starts after the violin intro: Salutari din Grecia Spyros http: I have been scouring the web to find some names of musicians but unfortunately, no results I know Romanian music has something similar to a makam but it’s nowadays only used in orthodox church music. Ma bucur de noul tau instrument,sa-l stapanesti sanatos frate. Murcea of of,modurile astea. Very nice to hear this Mricea music – – – I can definitely hear how it has influenced Turkish music! Dupa aia plec in Statele Unite.
The common word for voice in Romanian is “voce”, pronounced as in Italian. It is a mix between a fretless guitar and oud: S Mi-am luat si eu un ud nou din Istanbul acolo prin Tunel.
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Originally posted by arsene and this one http: Trage Tare cu scoala Tot ascult melodiile pe MySpace dar as vrea si eu un CD!! Constantin Gaciu he does solo cobza from 1: In all the clips I heard so far it was drowned out by the violin Edward Powell Oud Junkie Posts: Moldavian dialect of Romanian if you mean Tudor Ungureanu!
I’m going to Romania tomorrow, I will see if there’s any info on this subject to be found over there! Another variant would be “ecou”, which actually means echo – this is the Greek influence. Exista de exemplu un fel de muzica “populara” in timpul Bizantiei?