A sample of Romanian virtuosity !

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by marsuleu, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. marsuleu

    marsuleu Piano User

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    Interesting. Around 15:00 lots of 3rd valve.
     
  4. marsuleu

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    This is equal to ZERO for me...
    I don't like serbian style, not because I have something against them , I love these east european countries...but the sound is like my sound when I started playing... I don't understand anything from what they play. it is more noise than music...this is not virtuosity !
    Listen again to the romanian trumpet player, and you'll realize that there is a huge difference !
     
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    Este nevoie de ceva pentru toată lumea ...
     
  6. Sethoflagos

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    I agree with you, marsuleu. Thanks to a few close Romanian, Hungarian and Croatian friends I've begun to recognise and understand some of the many diverse styles of your part of the world. But it is not easy! Much of this culture was isolated from us for many decades, and it has its challenges to our understanding!
     
  7. Gxman

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    My Dad is Romanian born in Serbia and my Mum was born in Croatia. So Im a "Yugoslav". I associate with such and speak the language pretty decently. And dont worry, none of that Serbian/Croatian music makes any sense to me either. :roflmao3:
     
  8. Dupac

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    But I can certify that this music makes sense for the Rrom community, from what I saw at concerts organized by the gypsies of my city, with the "Marković orkestar" as special guest.

    That said, Cristi Ruscior is really the King of Staccato:
    http://youtu.be/YjAKLbGqHH4
     
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