Laments, csárdás and szaporas from the Transylvanian region of Kalotaszeg, led by the beautiful voice and violin playing of Tcha Limberger.
Recognised as one of the most prominent and important figures in the Carpathian basin folk music scene, Tcha Limberger is well-versed in a musical style considered to be the most beautiful of all Hungarian music. Accompanying him are two of the highest-regarded folk musicians of modern times – Berki Viktor on bass, and Toni Rudi on brač (a long-necked lute hailing from Eastern Europe).
Limberger, who studied under the great Neti Sandor in Kalotaszeg, came to love the region so much that he decided to live there, holding international music workshops, and recording his most recent album in the local village hall.
‘The polymath virtuoso Tcha Limberger is the king of gypsy music’
‘Full of energy and pathos’
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