Category: Rock

Balkan Suite - Matt Darriau / Paradox Trio - Flying At A Slant (CD)


  1. The Balkans are just getting noticed as a great European travel destination — we can’t believe it took so long! Situated on the balmy shores of the Adriatic and home to some of the most wondrous landscapes, monuments, and villages you’ll ever see, this part of the world still feels like a well-kept secret. This adventure showcases the region’s compelling history and scenery while.
  2. Your one and only Great Balkan Ride uniform! Road book: Your ultimate survival guide, the comprehensive road book with daily itineraries and everything you need to know for completing the rally. Kick-off and finish parties: Celebrating the start and the finish, both parties with free drink coupons! Visa assistance (basic).
  3. The Balkan countries are surrounded by Greece and Turkey to south, Ukraine to northeast, Central Europe to northwest, and Italy to west across the Adriatic, all of which have greatly influenced the regional culture now and then. This region travel guide to Balkans is .
  4. Z uporabo naše spletne strani sprejmete uporabo piškotkov, da bi bil vaš obisk prijetnejši, da vam ponudimo oglase in vsebino, ki so prilagojene vašim interesom, da omogočite skupno rabo vsebin v socialnih omrežjih in ustvarite statistiko obiskovalcev za optimizacijo spletnega mesta.
  5. Discogs: CD, Flying At A Slant. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(3).
  6. A discussion of the national character of the Balkan peoples as developed by the last half-millennium of more or less constant warfare. I thought the arrangement was a little peculiarits almost but not quite chronologicaland there is an uneven dedication to the specifics of the /5(20).
  7. Darriau and his Paradox "Trio" (a quartet in sum) deeply investigate melodies from the Balkan countries and fuse them with jazz sensibilities, a maddeningly attractive combination of unison playing and improvisations, utilizing traditional and Eastern folk instruments. Darriau primarily hits on alto sax or clarinet, Rufus Cappadocia on five-string cello, Brad Shepik on electric guitar (in many 8/
  8. In the Orient Express on the way to Rumania at the start of The Balkan Trilogy in , Harriet and Guy Pringle encounter a German refugee on his way to Trieste. The man loses his ticket, passport.

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