Balogh Kálmán is one the foremost Hungarian players of the cimbalom, a type of hammer dulcimer played with mallets like a vibraphone. Gypsy jazz continues a fabled European musical tradition harking back to the collaboration of masters such as gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli, connecting the ancient folk music traditions to Central and Eastern Europe with the chord progressions and swing of jazz. Balogh's cimbalom becomes a new and compelling voice centering a band that also includes acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, trumpet and violins.

01. Gypsy Colours
02. Calusul Dance
03. Transylvania Suite
04. Hora (F# minor)
05. Klezmer Tunes
06. Hora de la Bim-Bim
07. Suite for Trumpet
08. A Csitári Hegyek Alatt
09. Macedon Tunes
10. The Lark
11. Bolgar Gypsy Horo




Darkman said...

Hey Bluesmen..

The link is dead already unfortunatly for this one :(

How about reuploading it.. and maybe on more reliable service..

or at more reliable multi-links service ( as for example - )


Darkman said...

Never mind, bluesmen...

You don't have to do it for me anyhow :)

I found it on the net already...
Thanks anyhow..

Bluesmen said...

Hi darkman!
Reupload, link corrected...:)

Anonymous said...

amzing! thank ya thank ya Bluesman! I and I thinks its people like you that make this world alot more fun! May Blessings Overrun your cup!

DW said...

there is great music on that blogspot but almost all is offline :( fukin rs

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