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Saturday 26 January 2019
Concert Tiger Moth Tales & Red Bazar, Cultuurpodium Boerderij, Zoetermeer
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|Titel||Bartók in Rock|
|Genre||Progressive / Neoprog / RIO|
|Omschrijving||2017 studio album by Brazilian prog band.
Bartók in Rock, as the name suggests, is a set of
Béla Bartók compositions freely adapted by the band
to their particular rock language, full of intense
The album features also a collaboration from David
Cross, former violin player from King Crimson on
track 1 "Mikrokosmos 113".
"There is much talk these days, mostly for
political reasons, about the purity and impurity of
the human race, the usual
implication being that purity of race should be
preserved, even by means of prohibitive laws.
Contact with foreign material not only results in
an exchange of melodies, but-and this is still more
important-it gives an impulse to the development of
It is obvious that if there remains any hope for
the survival of folk music in the near or distant
future... an artificial erection of Chinese walls
to separate peoples from each other bodes no good
for its development.
A complete separation from foreign influences means
stagnation: well assimilated foreign impulses offer
possibilities of enrichment."
We all were raised in the state of Săo Paulo,
Brazil, where people, migrated from all over the
world, live together exchanging many cultural and
We also grew up listening to great American and
European rock bands such as King Crimson, Jimi
Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Santana, Frank
Zappa, Black Sabbath, Mahavishnu Orchestra and many
With all this cultural background, and also with
influences from folk eastern music, the band
constructed their original and peculiar sound based
on the ideal of cultural and ethnic integration, on
the concept that the world, as seen from the space,
has no frontiers and any language is completely
understandable if translated to music. |