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Ökrös - Bonchida, Háromszor / Bonchida, Times Three album flac Performer: Ökrös
Title: Bonchida, Háromszor / Bonchida, Times Three
Style: Népzene, Folk
Released: 1998
Country: Hungary
MP3 album: 1356 mb
FLAC album: 1108 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: FLAC AHX ADX MPC AHX WMA DXD
Genre: Folk and Country

The instrumental music of Bonchida is remarkable. Upon hearing the unique sound of this Transylvanian music, many of us have wondered, how much effect did the noble family's tastes on it? It is common knowledge that in Transylvania the good bands not only served the peasants' musical needs, but from time to time also the local landowners'.

krös - Bonchida (Hun Folk-Trad. dali300 Aug 27th, 2018 72 Never.

krös: Bonchida, háromszor (1997). Kallós Zoltán: Idegen földre ne siess, (1997). Ot Azoj Klezmerband: The Heart of Klezmer,Oreade Music (1998). Cintece ale romanilor din Ungria (2000). Vasmalom I. Vasmalom II. Periferic Records (2001). International Cimbalom Festival, FRÉA Records (2001). Kiss Ferenc: A Héttorony hangjai, Etnofon (2001). krös: Elindultam szép hazámból (2001). Herczku Ágnes: Arany és kék szavakkal, Fonó Records (2002). Mitsoura: Mitsoura, Bartha Bt.

Until now, three of her six released albums were awarded Album of the Year Prize (MAHASZ Fonogram Award) in the children's records and jazz categories. When I sing it's not important whether it's jazz or traditional music or music of any other kind", Szalóki has said. I feel as if I'm swimming in the music. The music is like water; or air and I fly in i. She is trained in the Kodály method  . krös – Bonchida, háromszor, ABT, 1998. Kalotaszegi népzene – Neti Sanyi és Kicsi Aladár, ABT, 1999. Besh o droM – Macsó hímzés, Fonó Records, 2000.

krös - Bonchida háromszor - Magyaroké. 2013-07-22 25:3251,092.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1. Bevezetés (Invirtita/Forgatós) 6:24
2. A Magyaroké (Hungarian's Tunes): Násznagykísérő (Wedding Processional), Menyasszonykísérő (Accompanying The Bride), Lad's Dances: Ritka Magyar (Slow Hungarian), Sűrű Magyar (Fast Hungarian), Pair Dances: Csárdás, Sűrű Csárdás (Fast Csárdás), Miről Apám Búsan Szólt... (Lament), Hajnali (Dawn Song)
Vocals – Berecz András
25:31
3. A Románoké: Romanian's Tunes, Cigánytánc (Gypsy Dance), Forgatós/Invirtita, Verbunk/Verbunc (Recruiting Dance) Sűrű Magyar (Fast Hungarian)
Vocals – Berecz András, Sár Emese
10:53
4. Cigánykeserves (Gypsy Tunes): Az Ördög Megsértődött (Lament), Ritka Magyar (Slow Hungarian), Pair Dances: Cigánycsárdás (Gypsy Csárdás), Csingerálás (Fast Csárdás)
Vocals – Agnes Szalóki*
15:59
5. A Szép Visszatérő (Beautiful Refrain)
Violin – Csaba Ökrös, László Kelemen
4:43

Credits

  • Cimbalom – Kálmán Balogh
  • Double Bass – Doór Róbert
  • Kontra, Violin – Kelemen László*
  • Viola – Mester László
  • Violin – Csaba Ökrös, Molnár Miklós
  • Vocals – Berecz András, Agnes Szalóki* (tracks: 4), Sár Emese (tracks: 3)

Notes

"There is a Hungarian saying from tales that means roughly "they partied heavy all the way from Hencida to Bonchida". The meaning of this could be a bit hazy for the children of today. For one thing, Hencida is a village in Hungary's Bihar County, but Bonchida?? Bonchida is in Transylvania, about 30 km form Kolozsvár (Cluj), along the Szamos river....

... The instrumental music of Bonchida is remarkable. Upon hearing the unique sound of this Transylvanian music, many of us have wondered, how much effect did the noble family's tastes on it? It is common knowledge that in Transylvania the good bands not only served the peasants' musical needs, but from time to time also the local landowners'. For us it seems obvious that in Bonchida in particular, the influence of the nobles remained, and that the performance style also spread to the neighboring villages in the area, with a lot of melodies mainly surviving within the local Romanian repertoire." - Portions from the album booklet, written by Kelemen László

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ABT 005 Ökrös* Bonchida, Háromszor / Bonchida, Times Three ‎(Cass, Album) ABT Budapest ABT 005 Hungary 1998