Violin & Cello

Orbis Mundi – Adia

Orbis Mundi – Adia escapes from the stylised, national illustration, listening to the massive loudspeakers of the large cars that contain middle-aged micro-chambers, trying to impress their dog’s surroundings, but it does not convince you of its authenticity. He basically lacks this thing that stays when everything else collapses. And this is the quintessence of art.… Read more

Ulla Pirttijarvi – Traditional Saami music

The music of this disc is not “yoik” in its pure form. These are beautiful ballads, performed in their native language, in the national style. Among the instruments accompanying her singing, of course, is the shaman’s tambourine of the Saami.… Read more

SlovaCzech – At Midnight (Bohemian Christmas Music)

The instrumental arrangements of Christmas songs lead us to Slovakia, Germany or Hungary and even to fardistant Irland …. The joyful tidings of the birth of Messiah are played and sung by SlovaCzech in different languages and dialects. With their monolithic content these songs are still a proof of the European Christian community.… Read more

Marcus Viana – Poemas Misticos Do Oriente

In this album Marcus and Letizia recorded reading mystical poems from the poetry of Omar Khayyam and Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī. The gentle voice of Letizia is framed by the beautiful, calm and sensitive music of Marcus Viana. All this together gives birth to a beautiful light album in a rather unusual musical format, which pleases the ear and calms.… Read more

Nikola Parov – Álomidő (2010)

The album of the Hungarian multi-instrumentalist of Bulgarian origin Nikola Parov sounds very impressive. There are also mystical compositions in the Enigmatic style, and dancing with the usual boldness of the Balkan people, lyrical lingering songs, sad and sad melodies with the participation of violin and duduk, and finally the unexpected pacifying sounds of the pianoforte. A unique mixture of different cultures and styles, but the mixture is very juicy, interesting, exciting.… Read more