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Descendents Of The Itinerant Gypsies - Hungary And Romania Album
Descendents Of The Itinerant Gypsies - Hungary And Romania Album
Performer: Descendents Of The Itinerant Gypsies
Title: Hungary And Romania
Label: Multicultural Media (MCM)
Country: US
Released: 1997
Style: Romani, Field Recording
Cat: MCM3010
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1660 mb | MP3 size: 1575 mb | WMA size: 2477 mb

1 Mezösèg Region
2Wedding March1:26
3Khelimaski Dyili1:18
4Men's Dance1:39
5 Kalotaszeg Region
6 Gyöngyös Village
7Khelimaski Dyili1:44
8 Piricse Village
9Khelimaski Dyili2:29
10Khelimaski Dyili3:26
11Khelimaski Dyili2:04
12 Kétegyháza Village
13Men's Dance3:25
14Csárdas (Couples' Dance)3:53
15 Music Of The Carpathian Mountains
16Meselaki Dyili3:50
17Meselaki Dyili2:03
18Khelimaski Dyili1:50
20 Hungarian Gypsy Folk Songs
21Khelimaski Dyili1:48
22Khelimaski Dyili3:32
23Khelimaski Dyili1:15
24Khelimaski Dyili1:27
25 Csik Region
26Funeral Piece2:07
27Dance Piece7:35
28Flirtation Dance For Men And Women2:06
29Meselaki Dyili3:29
30Meselaki Dyili4:03
31Meselaki Dyili4:35
32 Felsömarosment Region
33Meselaki Dyili4:05


  • DesignTim Newcomb
  • Liner NotesKazuyuki Tanimoto, Norio Inagaki
  • Mixed By [Original Japanese version]Yoshinobu Asao
  • Producer [English language series]Stephen McArthur
  • Producer [Original Japanese version]Aki Sato, Yuji Ichihashi
  • Recorded By [Hungary]Kazuyuki Tanimoto
  • Recorded By [Romania]Norio Inagaki
  • Translated By [English language series]Tokiko Nobusawa


"Melodies of Sorrow and Joy" --Front cover.

18 page front insert includes photos, credits, history / background information and lyrics.

"This collection is drawn from the 80-volume CD collection, Music Of The Earth: Fieldworkers' Sound Collections, originally released in 1992 in Japan under the supervision of Tomoaki Fujii by Victor Company of Japan (JVC) in collaboration with the National Museum of Ethnology (Japan) and Smithsonian/Folkways Records (USA)." --Liner notes.

"The recordings were collected by Norio Inagaki during his field research in Eastern European agrarian towns. The Carpathian and Transylvanian recording sites are presently located in Romania." --Liner notes.


  • Barcode (scanned): 600929301020


  • Licensed From – Victor Company Of Japan, Ltd.