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This particular tune is not of Romany origin, but a pop song from Croatia. However the original featured a vocal cameo by Esma Redzapova, aka ’Queen of the Gypsies’, & had many qualities which tempted me into arranging it as a Romany Anthem. I am pleased to report that the songs author, Tonci Huljic, seems pleased with our efforts! This is the third song in our ’Romany Journey’ suite. A suite of seven Gypsy songs arranged for choir, childrens choir, soloists & full symphony orchestra with rhythm section. The suite was premièred at the Colston Hall, Bristol, UK, July 7th 2013. Here’s the youtube footage. I suggest that watching it explains better than a thousand words from me! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBd98d6FBU4&list=PLyCbOs7sB3AoCTHjuZgfkF57zIdu-H92O&index=3 It is, of course, possible to adapt for smaller forces, something I may do myself in due course. As well as individual instrument parts we have produced ’section scores’ for flute 4tet, oboe/clarinets 4tet, saxes/bassoon 5tet, combined woodwind, brass 8tet, rhythm section & string 4tet (no Viola). Also kids choir & choral score. N.B. These ’section scores’ are not ’stand alone’ scores, ie they are not complete without other parts but they are designed to make sectional rehearsal easier & more enjoyable. In general I think it’s fair to say that the suite is a great crowd pleaser & performers love it too. The choral parts are in strange languages of course, but have been designed to minimise that burden. Our un-auditioned choir performed the entire suite from memory without much difficulty. The flamboyance & dramatic nature of Romany music means that it succeeds in connecting with people even when played quite roughly. When performed well it’s beauty becomes exquisite.
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