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Triango plays Slovak Dances / Triango hrá Slovenské tance
5 May 2014
Peter Breiner
Second video of the series - Tiny Clovers Are Blooming. I don't think you've ever heard jazz chorus played on fujara (see below - bass overtone flute) or an ensemble of four Jew's Harps

Druhé video zo série - Kvitne drobná datelinka. Urcite ste ešte nepoculi jazzový chorus na fujare alebo drumblové kvarteto.

Fujara

First video of the "Triango plays Slovak Dances" series. An unusual Slovak folk song that was created not in Slovakia, but in the US of A. You've probably never seen some of the instruments used.

Prvé video zo série Triango hrá Slovenské tance. Neobvyklá slovenská ludová pesnicka, ktorá nevznikla na Slovensku ale pred viac než storocím v USA.


Viacej informácií o Slovenských tancoch
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