‘Barbaric violins’ - Balkan melodies, galloping rhythms and majestic throat singing. The trio is composed of two fiddle players and a percussionist. From Mongolia: Dandarvaanchig Enkhjargal who masters the art of overtone singing and plays the Morin Khoor (‘Horse-Head Fiddle’). Bulgarian Dimitar Gougov plays the gadulka, an instrument with three melodic and eleven resonant strings. French percussionist/drummer Fabien Guyot plays everything that can be imaginable to create sound, may it be the African tambourine, salad bowls, pots …

Edited by fireicicle on 31 Aug 2012, 21:49

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