Tujuhuju (5:32)

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Never a man to stand still for a long time, Huuro bids farewell to native tribe and travels through the high grass till he is at the gates of Tujuhuju, the great mountain range full of snow-covered peaks and slippery slopes. Cocking his rifle he roams the valley below the mountains, a dense jungle full of insects, giant snakes and hairy spiders. The natives warned Huuro that no-one has ever returned from this place, but our brave explorer isn’t so easily startled. There is something fascinating about that mountain…

This is a full-on Vasarasian klezmer-blast filled up with up-tempo riffs, quick melodies and dense arrangements. This time one of the cellos takes up the most important role with very fast, almost heavy metal riff which mutates along the various chord progressions, all the way to catchy chorus where sopraninos and sopranos scream on top, trombone in the middle and Tubax supporting the low end. This might be the fastest AV klezmer song to date, if this can even be called klezmer anymore…


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