The Famous Romanian Folklore Ensemble (Album). Ansamblul Artistic "Ciocârlia" Al Ministerului Administrației Și Internelor. Du-te Dor, Pe Cel Izvor. The Romanian Folklore Ensemble Ciocîrlia Vol. II (Album).
A feature of Romanian culture is the special relationship between folklore and the learned culture, determined by two factors. First, the rural character of the Romanian communities resulted in an exceptionally vital and creative traditional culture. Folk creations (the best known is the ballad Miorița) were the main literary genre until the 18th century. They were both a source of inspiration for cultivated creators and a structural model
Ciocârlia (meaning the skylark) is a Romanian tune, allegedly composed by the Romani-Romanian pan flute player Angheluş Dinicu in the virtuosic style of the urban lăutarească music from late 19th century. Angheluş Dinicu first presented the tune in 1889 at the inauguration of the Eiffel Tower. However, the most famous version would become that of his grandson Grigoraș Dinicu, that adapted the tune for violin
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Orchestra Ciocîrlia. All video clips of all the songs are here. Bucarest, Ciocârlia, Ciocîrlia, Ciocîrlia Ensemble, Ciocirlia, Ciocirlia Orchestra, Ciorcilia-Orchestra, Народная музыка оркестр „Сиокырля, Орк. при АНПТ „Чучулига, Ensemble Ciocirlia, Folklore-Ensemble Ciocîrlia, Groupe De Solistes De L'Ensemble Ciocîrlia , Bucarest, Orch.
A1 Tempest-Hora A2 Song From The Lane A3 Hora From Gorj A4 Girl-Dance From Oltenia A5 Moonrise A6 Dance From The Almas-Valley A7 Sirba From The Cart B1 Hora Staccato B2 Doina From The Olt-River And Hota From Wallachia B3 The Sky-Lark B4 Breaza From Predeal. B5 Hora Spiccato B6 Sirbas From Muscel.
Performers from "Somesul-Napoca" folklore ensemble is seen performing Romanian folk dance from Transylvania region. On the first part we see the musicians performing "Ciocârlia" song. And then one musician playing "Cuc" whistle that mimicking the sound of bird voice. Then a group of male dancers performing "Fecioreste des din Corusur" dance. Then a group of female dancers performing "Fecioreasca fetelor din Crihalma" dance. And lastly both male and female dancers performing "Românește de-nvartit" dance. This dance performance is part.
A page created from true passion about the Romanian folklore . Romanian Folklore added 2 new photos to the album Romanian treasures - in Uzlina, Tulcea, Romania. com/watch?v JyJA2C0nvn8. Hora Martisorului, Grigoras Dinicu. Cihat Aşkın, violin, Aşkın Ensemble, Hakan Şensoy, conductor Kalan Müzik, 2007 CD 421. youtube.