Monday, December 27, 2010

Hotel Palindrone - Dial 1702 (2007 Austria) @320



Tracklist:
1. NAG'S BOURREE & QUOI ALORS (Natterer | Barbances)
2. LANDLER 1702 (trad.)
3. DOPPELOBERTONFLÖTENINTRODUKTION (Paulus)
4. TRAVEL FLOW (Steiner)
5. LÄNDLERISCHER TANZ & SCHLEUNIGE (Mozart | trad.)
6. KRUSPOLSKAN EFTER GOTTHARD SJÖMAN (trad.)
7. ALMSCHREI & LYDISCHE SCHLEUNIGE (trad.)
8. THERNBERGER HOCHZEITSSTÜCKE & BRANOHM (trad. | Breathnach)
9. MEXMAD 2 & DREHER (Steiner)
10. LARIDE 8 TEMPS (Steiner)
11. PASSHÖHE (Steiner)

Albin Paulus - clarinet, bagpipes, jew’s harps, shawms, flutes, vocals,
yodelling.
John Morrissey - Mandola, chitarra battente, vocals.
Peter „Nag“ Natterer - bass, saxophones, piano, electrified pump organ.
Stephan „Stoney“ Steiner - violin, viola, hurdy gurdy, diatonic accordion, nyckelharpa, vocals.

Hotel Palindrone - Samo Riba (live) (2003 Austria) @320



Tracklist:
1. MAULTROMMELINTRO (A. Paulus)
2. RUSSBACHER TANZ / SCHMALNAUER SCHLEUNIGER (trad.) - listen!
3. ANDRO: SAMO RIBA (St. Steiner) - listen!
4. 5/4 & 7/8 (trad.)
5. SCOTTISHES: Scottish für Hans Hermann / the Addictable (St. Steiner)
6. SUITE PLINN (trad.)
7. JODLER & WALZER
8. L'ORIENT EST GRAND (J. Molard)
9. DE JUNGE WETFRU (Groth/trad.) / POLSKA
10. BRANNTWEIN: Le Brandevin (R. Amyot)
11. BRANLES: Maitre de la Maison / Branle d'Ecosse (trad.)
12. FÜNFERWALZER: Family Affair / Early Birds (St. Steiner)
13. BOURREES: Chasse au Faisan (St. Steiner)/ La Charge (M. Paris)
14. RONDS DE SAINT-VINCENT
15. CERCLES "NOBODY'S PERFECT": Movrin aus Hötting / Elle est parfaite / Foliada
16. ...

Albin Paulus - clarinet, bagpipes, jew’s harps, shawms, flutes, vocals,
yodelling.
John Morrissey - Mandola, chitarra battente, vocals.
Peter „Nag“ Natterer - bass, saxophones, piano, electrified pump organ.
Stephan „Stoney“ Steiner - violin, viola, hurdy gurdy, diatonic accordion, nyckelharpa, vocals.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Merry Christmas

Llangres - Entá (2008 Spain) @320


The New album of this Asturian Celtic Band.


01 - Nel Entamu
02 - Trece Güeyos
03 - 3-4's
04 - La Povisa
05 - Mensaxe
06 - Corales Frayaos
07 - DRB
08 - Entá Yera Ceo
09 - Fandangu & Mambo
10 - Pieslla-y
11 - L'Abellugu


Esther Fonseca: Voice
Yago Prado: harp, acustic guitar and bass pedal
Viriu Fernández: bodhran
Doufu R. Fernández: Violin
Borja Baragaño: Asturian bagpipe and uilleann pipes


Listen
Track 05 - Mensaxe


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Friday, December 10, 2010

Llangres - Esnalar (2005 Spain) @320


Asturias, a mountainous region just east of Galicia along the coast of the Bay of Biscay, is another of the marvels of Iberian culture and music. The quintet Llangres hails from Asturias, and Esnalar ("To Fly"), their second release, demonstrates their unique Asturian take on Celtic music, continuing with a staggering array of instruments, and adding vocalist Esther Fonseca. This addition brings the structure of Esnalar more into the mold of contemporary-traditional Celtic music from the British Isles, with instrumental medleys strategically interspersed with vocal songs.
Esnalar demonstrates growth and development of Llangres' instrumental excellence since their debut recording "Stura." The vocals of Esther Fonseca, while pleasant and competent, are not on the same level as the instrumental performances, but in no sense detract from the enjoyment of the recording.
-Jim Foley-


01 - Peñarrubia
02 - Esnalar
03 - Rio Verde
04 - La Carbonera
05 - La Pastorina
06 - Soscobiu
07 - Carolina
08 - La Inariega
09 - Vientu  d´adios
10 - Rondes
11 - Pasu del Eo
12 - Memoria de los Carbayos


Esther Fonseca: vocals
Yago Prado
: harp, acustic guitar and bass pedal

Viriu Fernández: bodhran
Héctor Braga: mandolin, fiddle and cello
Borja Baragaño: Asturian bagpipe and uilleann pipes
David Martín: flute
Guests:
Alberto Ablanedo: Bouzouki
Pablo Lato: Bass
Emilio Gutiérrez: Synthesizer
César Monte: Electric Guitar
Carlos Carriles: Backing Vocals
Yoni Iglesias: Drums


Listen
Track 01 - Peñarrubia


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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Llangres - Stura (2002 Spain) @320


The folk music band Llangres was born in Asturias, a country placed in the north of the Iberian Peninsula (Spain), which belongs to the old Celtic countries placed in the Atlantic Finisterres.
In our country a strong and powerful cultural movement in defense of the musical heritage, involving Celtic music, has been growing along this last years. Llangres belongs to this movement, being part of the last generation Celtic music bands.
From its creation in 1999, Llangres has adopted a clear position for the asturian traditional music. Llangres tries to recreate traditional topics. but their aim are their own compositions. Llangres' digest is mainly composed by their own songs and compositions. 


01 - Ca la zarramica
02 - Ca la piesca
03 - Porcía
04 - Deva
05 - Viaxe a Lorient
06 - Castandiello
07 - Stura
08 - Cornamuses
09 - El retornu
10 - Llangres
11 - Señardá


Yago Prado: harp, acustic guitar and bass pedal
Viriu Fernández: bodhran
Héctor Braga: mandolin, fiddle and cello
Borja Baragaño: Asturian bagpipe and uilleann pipes
David Martín: flute


Listen
Track 02 -
Ca la piesca


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