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Cordes y Butons

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Cordes y Butons / Söndörgő

»Von Brixen nach Budapest«

Thursday 28 April 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:45
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Cordes y Butons

Reinhilde Gamper, Zither, Gesang

Tamara Gamper, Violine, Gesang

David Moroder, Steirische Harmonika

Söndörgő

Áron Eredics, Tambura, Darbuka

Benjamin Eredics, Tambura, Trompete, Gesang

Dávid Eredics, Klarinette, Saxophon, Kaval, Tambura

Salamon Eredics, Akkordeon, Tambura, Flöten, Hulusi

Ábel Dénes, Kontrabass, Tapan

Programme

»Von Brixen nach Budapest«

Anonymus

Sweet suite

Luis Stefan Stecher, David Moroder

Tatta

Hans Vilsmair

Pleite Polka

Reinhilde Gamper

Dou-Sem

Tamara Gamper

Zeit

Vinzenz Maria Demetz

Nina Nana Ladina

David Moroder

Vaseja

Hedi Preissegger-Komposch

Gern haben tuat guat

Reinhilde Gamper

Lei La Lei

Herbert Paulmichl, Luis Stefan Stecher

Mei Madele, mei Tschurele

Anonymus

Maasele

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Söndörgő

Hulusination

Riba

Stani

Tines

Adardeli s ladder

Merakolo

Evo srcu

Jozo

Marice

Landing cocek

Hulusi

Drago kolo

Broad leaves

Note

Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series Spielarten

Links https://www.sondorgo.hu
https://www.cordesybutons.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Strings and Buttons

The brotherhood of virtuosity, contemporary invention and respect – Söndörgő from Hungary brilliantly combines all this with their trademark Hungarian-Serbian tambura. Listening to the band, it is quickly clear that it has nothing to do with traditional violin-led Hungarian music. Söndörgő's sound is light, bouncy and delicately plucked. Their signature instrument is the tambura, a mandolin-like instrument that is probably of Turkish origin and used by the South Slavic communities in Hungary. 

The name of the group Cordes y Butons, on the other hand, comes from Ladin and translates as »strings and buttons«: with the not everyday instrumentation of zither, violin and Styrian harmonica, the sisters Reinhilde and Tamara Gamper inspire in a trio with David Moroder. On the unconventional program: down-to-earth, traditional folk music and sounds from Russia, Ireland and France, plus original compositions and pop arrangements.

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