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Marsh Dondurma - Shchuna download mp3
  • Performer: Marsh Dondurma
  • Title: Shchuna
  • Category: Jazz / Country & Folk & World
  • Date of release: 2010
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes 798
Marsh Dondurma - Shchuna download mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 הצד התימני שבך (Your Yemenite Side)
Arranged By – Jacon GorensteynMusic By – Gal Dahan
2 גרסה מז'ורית (A Major Version)
Music By – Udi Raz
3 שכונה (My Neighborhood)
Music By – Jacon Gorensteyn
4 טושה בריטושה (Tosha Baritosha)
Music By – Aviran Ben Na'im
5 כנפים (Knafayim)
Music By – Idan Raveh
6 יסמעיל בא אל ההר - ניגון מירון (Ismail - Nigun Miron)
Arranged By – Idan RavehMusic By – Traditional
7 Underground Čoček
Music By – Goran Bregović
8 עושים שמח (Ossim Sameach)
Music By – Aviran Ben Na'im
9 אלימות נגד נשים (Violence Against Women)
Music By – Udi Raz
10 נחף (Nahef)
Music By – Arnon de Botton
11 הטיול של לואיג'י (Luigi's Walk)
Music By – Jacon Gorensteyn

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – CDI Ltd.
  • Distributed By – The Eighth Note


  • Alto Saxophone – Tal Gur
  • Baritone Saxophone – Anton Falko
  • Percussion, Drums – Dotan Yogev, Noa Segal, Oded Aloni, Yair Salzman*
  • Soprano Saxophone – Jacob Gorensteyn*
  • Tenor Saxophone – Danny Leibovitch*
  • Tenor Saxophone, Castanets – Gal Dahan
  • Trombone – Arnon De Botton, Luisa Salomon
  • Trumpet – Aviran Ben Na'im, Eli Preminger
  • Trumpet, Congas [Darbuka] – Idan Raveh
  • Tuba, Sousaphone – Udi Raz


Released as a trifold digipak.

Recorded at D.B. studios, Tel Aviv, on the 5th & 8th of August and with a live studio audience on the 6th & 7th of August, 2009.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 290013 087805
  • Matrix / Runout: THE 8 NOTE - 634 D1 3177060 www.cdi.co.il [CDI ltd. Logo]
  • Rights Society: ACUM
Comments: (1)
Fifteen people set out on a fascinating journey, a journey that is musical, personaland, above all, human. Some of them know each other, most of them don't. The pathis unmarked and the destination is unknown, but they are driven by the enthusiasmand vision of one person –the band leader. This is the story of Marsh Dondurma andits five years of work to date.This journey takes us to unexpected places – from Kibbutz Dan in the far north ofIsrael, to Mitzpeh Ramon in the desert area of the south, from Serbia to Montreal,from street corner shows in front of a handful of people to concerts with audiencesof hundreds and thousands. On the way we meet people and musical influences, wemeet each other and we meet ourselves.The first question people ask us, after inquiring about the meaning of our name (adeliberate mispronunciation of Maraş Dondurma, a Turkish ice-cream) is: what kindof music do you play?We're having a hard time defining it ourselves. Chinese philosopher Lao Tse writesthat Dao, the road, cannot be described in words. The road and the journey areboundless and therefore indefinable, and in many ways therein lays their beauty.And so is our music - a result of that wonderful journey started by Dotan Yogev, towhich each of the band members brings his or her influences and personal approach.By working together, attentively and harmoniously, the band's unique voice iscreated.The album opens with Your Yemenite Side, a love song by Gal Dahan.A Major Version and Violence against Women, written by Udi Raz, are full of Africaninfluences. In A Major Version new percussion appears in our band, Dotan plays theshekere - a gourd wrapped in a beaded net - and Noa strikes a beer bottle. ViolenceAgainst Women protests against this terrible phenomenon. It's an Afrobeat piece, agenre originating in Nigeria and closely related to protest against social injustice andoppression.Tosha Baritosha, by Aviran Ben Na'im, is a funk piece dedicated to Anton Falko andhis baritone sax. In Ossim Sameach Aviran takes us deep into the Cuban groove, andeven gets us singing.Underground Čoček, by Goran Bregović, is an exciting gypsy piece which takes usback to our powerful encounter with gypsy music during the Guca trumpet festival inSerbia ,in the summer of 2006.Knafayim(Wings) was written by Idan Raveh. This lyrical piece takes off towards its end with ajungle beat played by the drummers, behind Udi's sousaphone solo.The origins of the nigun (melody) we call Ismail Comes to the Mountain remain uncertain.Idan, who brought it to the band, knows it as one of the nigunim sung on Mount Meironduring the traditional pilgrimage on the Jewish holiday of Lag Ba'omer. The celebrations onMount Meiron, which brought together Jewish people of many different communities, alsoattracted local Arabs, making it a place of fascinating cultural encounters between differentmusical traditions, from the east and from the west.Nahef, written by Arnon de Botton, is inspired by the music of the “Barefoot Diva" of CapeVerde, singer Cesária Évora.Luigi's Walk was born during an improvised jam between Jacob Gorensteyn and Noa Segal.Jacob dedicated it to Noa's beloved dog, and his walk takes us down to one of our deepestmusical roots, the New Orleans brass band tradition.My Neighborhood, the second piece Jacob contributed to this album, is also the title track.After all, we live here, in our Jerusalemite neighborhood, between Gaza and Berlin*, andbetween Istanbul and New Orleans, with all our influences and friends around us.How do you make such a diverse variety into a unified musical experience?Just as a person has different faces, yet still he or she are one and the same person, thedifferent styles, instruments and rhythms have been woven into the social fabric of the band.With our hearts open, with patience and with lots of love, this collective work has beencreated.We are proud to present you our third album, another milestone in our musicaljourney, and we hope you will enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed making it.Danny*A well known street corner in Jerusalem - Gaza St. corner of Rabbi Berlin St.
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