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  • Shruggy Ji

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  • Angelina

    16,00 

    The main aim of the album is to share with the listeners the pleasure of the music. Each song brings its own touch or colour to the kaleidoscopic picture, which reveals the musical atmosphere and temperament of the Bulgarian folklore. The variety of performances highlights the remarkable singing qualities of the 20 singers – a polyphonic instrument in the hands of their conductor and soloists – successors of ancient art of singing.

  • After 8 years of waiting, Willy Schwarz comes to surprise us with another original album. Similarly to a river, it draws its influences from different thematic and stylistic confluents: a bluesy tale of Murat Kurmaz, a soul version of a Gypsy love song, a music version of a dialog between God and Adam, an old Yiddish love wail, a song about the largest still-standing bunker from the World War 2nd, a classic 60s Dylan-like protest song, and a tender Swedish Christmas carol.

  • Normal

    16,00 

    On Karolina’s debut album, the tracks are filled with passion and energetic rhythms which cannot let you be seated all the time. Karolina mixes Arabic scales with Latin sounds, drum’n’base with jazz. And so is her single and the clip announcing her debut record – “Prayer”. The song can literally magnetize its audience.

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    Departure

    16,00  5,00 

    Payuta blends the sound of the Indian sitar with influences from pop, jazz and blues to form a unique musical current. A bubbling, seething, uncommonly rhythmic current in which musical reproductions of the past turn up like rocks at every bend. Riffs from Jumping Jack Flash merge effortlessly with the special aura of the Indian instrument. 

  • Tango y mas allá is based on the tango, milonga and candombé musical styles. In addition to the conventional instruments (cello, flute, drums, percussion and bandoneón), the album also contains electronic sounds, e-piano, synthesizer. All these instruments join to form a unified whole. For the first time ever Luis Di Matteo uses the human voice on this CD, which was recorded in 2004. An instrumental-style voice (soprano) features very expressively on the album and gives a special quality to the music.  As the critic Ramón Gonzales declared: “Here, the great abilities of the artist are on display in three different areas, as composer/arranger, soloist and conductor”.

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    Go East Compilation Series

    39,60  20,00 

    All 4 GO EAST CDs in one bundle for a special price. This series of initially four CDs provides us with new windows onto the music of our neighbours to the east. No mere rehashing of balalaika and other clichés, it tunes us into a wide range of temperaments and brings us closer to little-known musical cultures of the eastern world. 

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    STRATOS – Stratostrance

    16,00  10,00 

    ambient... trance... slow-motion... chill-out... tribal and traditional instruments in combination with electronic sounds

  • glücklich

    16,00 

    Anne Hartkamp’s descriptions of the stars and time, of love and existence are irrepressibly, playfully, beguilingly full of life. Her lyrics and compositions are modern German songs, an entirely new blend bearing the unmistakable influences of chanson, jazz, cacophony and pop. A cornucopia for the ear: outstanding musicians, great songs, a wonderful, richly faceted voice. - A cornucopia for the mind: tight-knit, fresh language. - A cornucopia for the heart: wit and warmth, flight and return landings.

  • This series of initially four CDs provides us with new windows onto the music of our neighbours to the east. No mere rehashing of balalaika and other clichés, it tunes us into a wide range of temperaments and brings us closer to little-known musical cultures of the eastern world. Old melodies and new songs, all of them interpreted by outstanding musicians from the respective countries. A different mood prevails on each of the four CDs. Turkey draws from the old musical collections of the Osmanic period, while also presenting us with elements astonishing and new.