ks521: Quadro Nuevo "Mocca Flor"
Order by credit card in Euro or US$ using our secure server bank system
Euro Order      US$ Order
Tracks:

Miserlou

traditional
4:40
O Sarracino
Renato Carosone
4:08
El Choclo
Qudro Nuevo
4:30
Sultana
traditional
4:18
Mocca Swing
Mulo Francel
5:15
Giovanni Tranquillo
D.D. Lowka
5:45
Penta
Mulo Francel
4:06
Quiereme
traditional
4:47
Bei Mir Bist Du Scheen
Sholom Sholem Secunda
5:58
Jakob Elija
Andreas Hinterseher
4:42
Tango Gosselin
Mulo Francel
5:28
Fiera Triste
D.D.Lowka
4:27
Cafe Europa
Mulo Francel
4:08
El Sospiro Del Moro
Robert Wolf
3:50
Total Time
Sound Samples: under construction
Name
Time
mp3 file size
Description:

Music like a good cup of mocha coffee. It tells about turbans in the wind and colourful, bustling fairs. Stories made up in old taverns, around dented coffee pots placed on knotty tables. The effects of the coffee bean were once discovered by goatherds in Abyssinia. Their goats would be up and about all night after consuming large amounts of those beans. The news traveled rapidly across teh Orient, where the first coffee houses opened. They were considered wicked places, where the first coffee houses opened. The attempt to ban this devilish brew failed due to the people's strong resistance. Mocha, a city on the Red Sea, gave this black drink its name. From there, teh Arab countries shipped teh merchandise over the seas. Today teh pleasant scent of many different kinds of freshly ground coffee is still making its way through the cultures of both Orient and Occident.

Every note which can be heard on Mocca Flor is played by Quadro Nuevo itself. Our ensemble consists of a Spanish guitar, saxophones, an accordion and a double-bass. In addition, we used some more unusual - and even exotic - instruments: the gusle from Montenegro, the Greek bouzouki, the Neapolitan mandolin and Mr. Hokema's mafical sansula, which is related to the calimba. We also used the psalter which dates back to the Old Testament, various types of clarinets and drums such as the udu-drum and tarabuka, the Italian-made blow accordion called Vibrandoneon, the bansoneon and the ukulele. To that we added knocking and rattling sounds, the whizzing of the willow rod and toys from our children's nurseries.


Order by credit card in Euro or US$, using our secure server bank system
Euro Order      US$ Order

Copyright MusicForAccordion.com. All rights reserved