Wednesday, August 4, 2010

La Musgaña - El Diablo Cojuelo (Spain 1988) @224


The well known band from the area of Madrid playing unheard tunes and some instruments quite uncommon in Castillian folk groups: gaita de fole (bellows pipe), bagpipe from the Sierra de Madrid, dulcimer, hurdy-gurdy, lute, fiddle, etc. This first album includes traditional tunes from Madrid, Castille and Leon along with their own compositions. In their search for new roads within traditional aesthetics, they create pieces which are harmonized and developed in such a way that they can even be attractive to a non-specialized public, althought retaining the spirit and forms of the original melodies.


01 - La Niña
02 - Ofertorio
03 - Entre La Mar Y El Río-La Amenaza Magrebí
04 - Villancico
05 - Las Luminarias
06 - Un Soldado Menos
07 - Seguidillas Del Diablo Cojuelo
08 - La Molinera
09 - Rogativa
10 - Tres Hermanicas
11 - Pasacalles De Ciudad Rodrigo
12 - Jota Alistana


Enrique Almendros: gaita charra y tamboril (3-holed nute & tabor), gaita de fole (bagpipes), txirula, flauta de 3 agujeros
Carlos Beceiro: bajo sin trastes, cistro (cittern) y zanfona
Jaime Muñoz: clarinete soprano, clarinete alto, flautas, acordeón diatónico ykaval (Bulgarian flute)
Luis Delgado: pandera, bendhir, cántaras, krabebs
Cuco Pérez: acordeón de piano, conchas
Jose Climent: Violín, gaita renacentista, gaita de Zamora y viola.
Rafael Martín: zanfona

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4 comments:

mmagus said...

This is lovely music, CrimsonKing. Thanks so much for making it available.

Anonymous said...

Big thanks!

The Countess said...

This really does sound fascinating. Can't wait to hear it! Thanks.

CrimsonKing said...

NEW LINK:

El Diablo Cojuelo


Password: folkyourself.blogspot.com
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