"Úzgin Űver was formed in 1991 in Kecskemet, Hungary. The name itself is the name of a Mongolian settlement, where an ancient sacred burial ground was discovered. It means something like ’dry desert area’, ’poor harvest’. The music is almost entirely instrumental, even the human voice is used as an instrument. Our aim from the beginning has been to create a unique blend of the folk music of different nations, using old and new instruments, sounds, tunes. Some characteristic instruments are: sax, clarinet, different kinds of flute, zurna, kaval, duduk, Jewish harp, bagpipes, violin, drums, percussions, electric guitar, sampler, HD-recorder and Tuva-style vocal."
Farkas Marcsi - violin, vocals;
Homoki Péter- guitar, keyboards, sampler, percussions;
Majoros gyula - clarinet, flutes, kaval, zurna, gaida, duduk, vocals;
Szilágyi Áron - jew's harps;
Almási Krisztián - drums
Paizs Miklós - furulya, trumpet, doromb, bells, dorombének