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Mozsika and gardon

Mozsika and gardon

Music and dance in Gyimes
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19:30 - 21:00
Concert hall
Program series
House of Music Hungary production

András Berecz
flute, saxophone
Mihály Dresch
Anita Vrencsán
flute, dance
Dezső 'Fintu' Tankó

Mozsika and gardon

In the 1940s, Oszkár Dincsér drew attention to the instrumental music of the Gyimes Csángos, who had settled in a remote valley in the Eastern Carpathians and were mostly of Székely origin, with his book Two Csíki instruments: the mozsika and the gardon. Later, the collections of János Jagamas, Zoltán Kallós, György Martin, István Pávai and others made Gyimes folklore popular in the folk ‘dance-house’ movement. This evening, the House of Music Hungary will be filled with the pulsating power of old-time music and dance, evoking the harsh world of the river valleys.

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3 500 Ft
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