Recorded in Budapest in 2018, this album features traditional Hungarian folk songs in unique handmade settings, with both traditional and original accompaniment. Vadalma learned the songs directly from village singers across the Carpathian Basin, and re-imagined them with new frames, crafted to cherish the richness of this music.

Vadalma:

Zina Bozzay - voice, arrangements

Matthew Szemela - violin

Misha Khalikulov - cello

Special guests:

Éva Fábián - voice, ütőgardon (percussive cello from Transylvania)

Andrea Navratil - voice

Gergely Agócs - Transdanubian long flute

 

Total time: 65 minutes

Vadalma - Music of Elderflowers (US/Canada)

$15.00Price
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Contact:

Zina Bozzay

c/o Intersection for the Arts

1446 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

zinabozzay@gmail.com

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