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Vadalma
Music of Elderflowers
Hungarian village folk songs in handmade arrangements
Magyar népdalok kézműves átiratban

(A little tip: you'll have a better listening experience with headphones or a good speaker than just the phone or laptop speaker!)

Szalmazsúpos - Vadalma
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Esik eső - Vadalma
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Úgy elmenyek - Vadalma
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Te azt hiszed - Vadalma
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Kaszálimba - Vadalma
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A lészpedi patak - Vadalma
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Vadalma

Zina Bozzay - voice, arrangements

                          / ének, hangszerelés, zeneszerzés

Matthew Szemela - violin / hegedű

Misha Khalikulov - cello / cselló

Guests / Vendégek:

Éva Fábián - voice / ének, ütőgardon

Andrea Navratil - voice / ének

Gergely Agócs - Transdanubian long flute / furulya

Total time: 65 minutes

Összidő: 65 perc

Régi szeretőmér' - Vadalma
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Stica - Vadalma
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Magasan repül a daru - Vadalma
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Az az ügyes - Vadalma
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Recorded by János Mazura, Etnofon Studios, Budapest, Hungary

Producer: Zina Bozzay

Release date: November 16, 2018 

Label: Elder Records (USA), ELD-013

Distributor: Stereo Kft., Budapest, Hungary

CD packaging made with natural materials

(digipak with disk tray made of sugarcane)

Szivaroztam - Vadalma
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Uccu kislány - Vadalma
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Sej-haj - Vadalma
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Bíró uram - Vadalma
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Udvarom közepén - Vadalma
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Még az úton - Vadalma
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Édesanyám - Vadalma
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Énekeltem én (hidden track) - Vadalma
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Video clips - live shows

Vadalma at Fonó

Budapest, Hungary, March 2018

 

Esik eső

(Live concert audio of Vadalma trio -

video also shows special guests from other parts of the concert)

Vadalma at Week of Hungarian Culture

Szatmárnémeti, Romania, January 2019

 

Stica

with Helga Debreczeni-Kis and Kinga Korsós

Vadalma performing live on Kult'30

Budapest, Hungary, January 2019

(with English subtitles)

 

Esik eső

Vadalma at Fonó

Budapest, Hungary, March 2018

 

Palatkai sűrű csárdás

with guest Andrea Navratil

Vadalma at Fonó

Budapest, Hungary, March 2018

 

Édesanyám

with guest Éva Fábián

Vadalma at The Starry Plough

Berkeley Balkan Bacchanal, CA, USA, February 2017

0:00 ~ Én az éjjel

2:30 ~ Még az úton

Vadalma at Studio Grand

Oakland, CA, USA, September 2016

 

Te azt hiszed & Nem akar az ökörcsorda legelni

with Attila Mihó, István Berecz, Réka Büres on tour from Hungary

Vadalma at Community Music Center

San Francisco, CA, USA, June 2017

Régi szeretőmér'

Vadalma at Studio Grand

Oakland, CA, USA, September 2016

 

Set of folk songs from Gyimes, Transylvania

3:30 Édesanyám mért szültél a világra

5:30 Esik eső

8:10 Édes kicsi galambom

Vadalma at Community Music Center

San Francisco, CA, USA, October 2016

Kicsi tulok

Video clips - TV features

All videos in Hungarian have English subtitles (turn on CC)

Zina Bozzay - Öt kontinens

December 2019

Zina Bozzay live interview on Ma Reggel

January 2019

Ambassador of Hungarian folksong 

Profile of Zina Bozzay and Vadalma

"Öt Kontinens" (Five Continents) - Duna World TV

February 2018

Zina Bozzay - Öt kontinens

May 2019

Vadalma live on Kult'30

January 2019

"Ma reggel" Hungarian live TV program

Interview with Zina Bozzay and István Berecz 

March 2018

Contact:

Zina Bozzay

c/o Intersection for the Arts

1446 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

zinabozzay@gmail.com

US: +1-415-226-8782

Hungary: +36-70-603-7011

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