Group Drobinska, named after its leader, Oleg Drobinsky, who previously played in the Dobranotch group. This is the rarest combination of Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian and Romanian melodies collected by Oleg in his travels to Hungary, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and also to the Chisinau Conservatory where he met Martin Nyagi. Disparate in itself the folklore of Eastern European countries, performed by the group Drobinska becomes much larger than just folklore - now it's world music, enriching the listener in both cultural and emotional terms.
Drobinska is a classic version of the Balkan and Gypsy ethno, with all the melodism inherent in it, a complex rhythmic pattern, emotional richness and color. Most of all, such music resembles an impatient horse, which is about to start galloping, but for some reason it lingers, enjoying the very possibility of an uncontrolled run of anything. Below it, the bright Black Sea landscapes, fields, feasting people and flooding the entire summer sun are seen, in whose golden rays the body and spirit no longer argue with each other, but become a single whole, an organic part of nature itself.
Oleg Drobinsky - clarinet, haida (Bulgarian bagpipe), kaval and flue
Mankurt - cello, vocal
Nina Harakoz - Accordion
Inna Bondar - vocals
Roma Kornescu - percussion
On the site of our store, you can buy album Los Gaiteros de Moscu - El Trio, as well as other albums of the label Sketis Music with ethnic and world music of Russia, as well as free to listen and find links to legally download this and over albums.