Programma Etnoculturèe Festival 2010


Apart from the 5 July 2010 EtnoCulturèe Festival, Music from the Festival of Intercultural World for the second edition provides a detailed musical journey aimed at discovering and deepening of the "other" cultures.
A journey of entertainment and knowledge that will once again of the Park of the Murgia of Matera the heart of the world!
Beautiful natural scenery of the arena Jazz Kitten will be ideal for internationally renowned ensemble that will animate from time to time the concerts of the festival.
During the evenings you can experience the music as a "sign audible" society in which it grows and also learn about traditions and cultural practices different contributing, so, the so-called "enlargement of Music"!


SOUTH OF THE WORLD Lunedì 5 Luglio 2010 (Jazzo Gattini) hours 21.30
Entrance 7 €
A fascinating musical journey that starts from northern Europe across these countries (Ireland, French, Spain) where the legendary Celtic peoples settled. With joyous dances, arms and love songs, continue the fantastic journey to rediscover the precious musical heritage of the South- …Italia caratterizzato da tarantelle, tammorre ballads and who will be joined and intertwined seductive melodies of ancient Mesopotamian flavor. A dip Ocean will lead us where they came once brave men who braved the unknown to find new lands and new southern hemisphere: the South- America will be devoted the last part of 'touring concert, a 'tribute to the "land" that has created its own unique and original identity cleverly merging its exuberant cultural history of the men came from the distant Mediterranean.
Giuliana De Donno (Celtic harp, Paraguayan harp)
Raffaello Simeoni (voice, accordion, Wind, picks)
Massimo Carrano (percussion)

Tupa rouge
Saturday 10 Luglio (Jazzo Gattini) hours 21.30
Entrance 7 €

From 'meeting Martina Lupi and Fabio Gagliardi was born the choice of creating a new musical style: voice and didjeridu. A duet with unusual sounds and sophisticated at the same time essential that evoke ancestral feelings; new sounds, but as the roots of our ancient ancestors. Their choice of music does not relate to abandon their origins: Tupa Ruja the fact unites sound and rhythm of the didjeridu, tunes and new texts in Italian, making it the only group to propose and carry out this project. The aspect that characterizes them is their continuing artistic; in fact, Fabio Gagliardi while playing the didjeridu, often using his own unique techniques and other ethnic instruments such as harp, harmonic flutes, various percussion and harmonic singing, Martina Lupi compose evocative melodies that accompany texts from her writings and enrich entertainment with oriental dancing and fireworks. "Who has the chance to communicate their passion through art, whatever it is, it must always transmitting with sincerity in what he, no telling what the rest of the world wants to hear, but telling exactly what they are saying ".

Taraf de GADJO Thursday 15 Luglio 2010 (Jazzo Gattini) hours 21.30
Entrance 7 €

"Taraf de Gadjo" is a term derived from turkish-Romanian Romany-which indicates an orchestral gypsy (side) composed of non-Roma musicians (gadjo): our group, born in summer 2006, aims to introduce the music of the Roma in Eastern Europe; the hectic pace of the dances around the fire, instruments sounding archaic, magic, seductive, mysterious and powerful music that is lost in the mists of time ... so rich in history, of charm and mystery. We are conscious that, as for all ethnic music, the music of the Roma can only "interpret" without trying to make a bad copy of their playing absolutely original and unique…we tried, then, to express it to "our way" and bring it to life as we feel!
The Taraf program focuses specifically on Roman music air between Hungary, Romania and Russia; songs and traditional Klezmer and Manouches (Gypsy Jazz). "Taraf de Gadjo" trying somehow to convey the freedom that this music emanates, absorbing the force of these rhythms so compelling and overwhelming, full of pathos, of vitality and passion. We have included in our program because klezmer music forms of music in this genre are in some respects very similar to that of the Gypsy. Klezmer is the Jewish instrumental folk music of Eastern Europe; is generated within the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe, in particular communities khassidiche, and property and prerogative of musicians who by choice or compulsion are in constant motion: There is evidence found in Germany, magiari, bohemians, Bulgarian, Transylvanian, Turkish, Greek, Ukrainian, in addition to the influence of music tzigana.I klezmorim were traveling musicians, and brought the secular music (vocal and instrumental) at weddings and feasts. Their instruments were violins, viol, il dulcimer, flutes, brass and percussion.
Domenico Mancini (violin)
Joseph Moffa (guitar and accordion)
Guerino Taresco (contrabass)

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