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Video from 13/03/2012

A Song a day

A world tour in music and images

From March 19, every working day, a video of a musician will be posted on our website and partner sites. To do this, (...)

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Video from 30/04/2012

A Song a Day: Samba Django (guitar and vocals)

Teddungal (improvisation)

Singer, guitarist and composer, Samba is an old acquaintance of Muziekpublique. He sings in Fula but his musical (...)

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Video from 27/04/2012

A Song a Day: Aurel Budisteanu (accordion)

Gipsy Dance – Geampara

Aurel learned to play the chromatic accordion at the age of 13 years at home in Bucharest. After practising for two (...)

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Video from 26/04/2012

A Song a Day: Rey Cabrera (guitar and vocals)

El bohio de Rey Cabrera

There are lots of reasons for Muziekpublique and Rey Cabrera to celebrate a tenth birthday together: not only did Rey (...)

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Video from 25/04/2012

A Song a Day: Anana Haroun (guitar and vocals)

Ténéré

In ’Ténéré’ Anana sings about the desert, referring to the homeland of the Touareg in the southern Sahara, which includes (...)

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Video from 24/04/2012

A Song a Day: Luc Pilartz (fiddle) and Arnaud Degimbe (bagpipes)

Les frères amoureux-Visa-Foliada

Luc and Arnaud have been playing together for years and have even brought out a CD that well describes their (...)

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Video from 23/04/2012

A Song a Day: Tanar Catalpinar (saz and vocals)

Hudey

Tanar Çatalpinar is a modern troubadour who derives his inspiration from the traditional music of the most remote corners (...)

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Video from 20/04/2012

A Song a Day: Dimos Vougioukas (accordion)

Nostalgia

The young acordionist Dimos Vougioukas specializes in the music of his homeland, Greece, and the Balkans. He is (...)

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Video from 19/04/2012

A Song a Day: Malick Pathé Sow (hoddu and vocals)

Aduna

Malick Pathé Sow comes from an ancient family of griots, the Laawbe. Very early on he was initiated into the music of the (...)

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Video from 18/04/2012

A Song a Day: Gjovalin Nonaj (lahuta and vocals)

Kange per nen Terezen

The Albanian musician Gjovalin Nonaj is a solid asset to the Brussels musical universe. Among others, he plays with (...)

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Video from 17/04/2012

A Song a Day: Princesse Mansia M’Bila (balafon and vocals)

Nkia Zizi

Princesse and her balafon tackle love in a humorous manner in ‘Nkia Zizi’. Princesse sings about long-awaited love and the (...)

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Video from 16/04/2012

A Song a Day: Barakoni Trio (polyphonic singing)

Imeruli Supruli

Georgians are especially proud of their rich tradition of singing, and with good reason! Anyone hearing their (...)

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Belem & The MeKanics

New creation by Didier Laloy & Walter Hus

Didier Laloy is back with his newest creation and a new album: Belem & The MeKanics. He reinvents the world of Belem (his famed duo with cellist Kathy Adam) in collaboration with the creative (...)

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Maria Mazzotta & Redi Hasa (Italy/Albania) The World Music Chain #2: Asad Qizilbash (Pakistan) & surprise guest

CD-release ‘Novilunio’

When the Italian singer Maria Mazzotta and the Albanian Redi Hasa came to Muziekpublique to present their first album, the almost perfect dialogue between voice and cello made a lasting (...)

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Hamilton De Holanda (Brazil)

Chora Bruxelas Festival

As part of the ‘Chora Bruxelas Festival’, a choro festival which will take place in Brussels from the 8th to the 10th December, we are proud to welcome the great mandolin-player Hamilton De (...)

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