Ciocârlia
(Fanfare)
   Romania/Moldavia. Brass band headed by singer, clarinetist, and alto saxophonist loan Ivancea. An 11-strong cadre of horn and reed players, drummers, and singers, ranging in age from 22 to 68, their CDs include Baro biao [Big Wedding] and Gigli garabdi [Hidden Song].

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  • Ciocârlia — (meaning skylark ) may refer to: Ciocârlia (lăutăresc tune), a Romanian traditional tune Fanfare Ciocărlia, a Romani (Gypsy) brass band from Romania Ciocârlia (film), a 2002 Romanian TV film Places Ciocârlia, Constanţa, a commune in Constanța… …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocarlia — 1 Original name in latin Ciocrlia Name in other language Ciocarlia, Ciocirlia, Ciocrlia, Ciocrlia State code RO Continent/City Europe/Bucharest longitude 44.8 latitude 26.66667 altitude 65 Population 881 Date 2012 06 12 2 Original name in latin… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Ciocârlia, Ialomiţa — Ciocârlia   Commune   …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocârlia (folk tune) — Ciocârlia (meaning the skylark ) is a well known Romanian folk tune that was first made popular by violinist Angheluş Dinicu in the 19th century. Its popularity spread further afterwards, thanks to Angheluş s grandson, Grigoraş Dinicu, and to… …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocârlia River — River Countries Romania Counties Olt County …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocârlia, Constanţa — For other places with the same name, see Ciocârlia (disambiguation). Ciocârlia   Commune   …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocârlia (lăutăresc tune) — For other uses, see Ciocârlia (disambiguation). Ciocârlia (meaning the skylark) is a well known Romanian lăutaresc tune, composed by the Romani Romanian naist (pan flute player) Angheluş Dinicu[1][2] in the virtuosic style of the urban… …   Wikipedia

  • Ciocarlia de Sus — Original name in latin Ciocrlia de Sus Name in other language Biulbiu Mare, Ciocarlia de Sus, Ciocirlia de Sus, Ciocrlia de Sus, Ciocrlia de Sus State code RO Continent/City Europe/Bucharest longitude 44.11712 latitude 28.33402 altitude 106… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Fanfare Ciocărlia — (alternate spelling Ciocârlia ) is a popular twelve piece Roma brass band from the northeastern Romanian village of Zece Prăjini. The band began as a loose assemblage of part time musicians playing at local weddings and baptisms. In October 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • Fanfare Ciocărlia — beim internationalen Weltmusik und Landart Festival Sheshory 2006 , Ukraine Fanfare Ciocărlia ist der Name einer zwölfköpfigen Roma Blaskapelle[1] aus dem Dorf Zece Prăjini im ostrumänischen Kreis Iași. Ursprünglich war die Gruppe eine tra …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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