HAÏDOUTI ORKESTAR
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HAÏDOUTI ORKESTAR

Paris, Île-de-France, France | Established. Jan 01, 2003 | INDIE

Paris, Île-de-France, France | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2003
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"Haïdouti Orkestar"

"By focusing on Turkey, Haïdouti Orkestar always put the cap a little more is that many Balkan brass bands. Through extensive repertoire including Zeki, the singer, the band continues to expand its here about. (...) the traditional are arranged with finesse and vitality, with a special mention for Bint El Chalabiya (beautifully) sung in Arabic. Ibrahim Maalouf, Didier Malherbe and singers Hacer Touk and Saana Moulali contribute to this line of union membership and dashing between Blakans, Turkey and the Middle East." - Bertrand Boüard - VIBRATIONS


"Nouvel album "Dogu""

"More than ever oriental, their melting pot copper is adorned with lyrical novel colors, often languid, sometimes melancholy, which highlight the beautiful guttural timbre Zeki Ayad Colas." - Anne Berthod - TELERAMA


"Un nouvel album pour HAÏDOUTI ORKESTAR"

"The Balkan-Turkish band comes up with a new and very well put together album," Dogu "(" East "in Turkish). An album that transcends musical boundaries, ed Azerbaijan to Turkey through Bulgaria, Macedonia, Lebanon, etc.. work writing is conducted with joy and lots of talent through the compositions Krassen Lutzkanov Alon Peylet and of course accordionist Jasko Ramic. (...) Do not forget the supervisor and drummer-tapaniste Sylvain Dupuis, who also designed ingenious arrangements on traditional Macedonian piece, Titanic Cocek. a directory that groove, which sends signals fraternity. rhythms that embrace and kiss. a beautiful version of winds East." - J.F. - ACCORDEON & ACCORDEONISTES


"HAÏDOUTI ORKESTAR - Dogu"

"Third album of this Ile Balkan fanfare which draws inspirations from beyond the line of Balkan ridge. Lebanon, Syria, Azerbaijan That illuminates the title." Dogu "meaning" East "in Turkish (...) as for the remarkable elements. precision and accuracy of intonation section blowers, whether in sentences articulation songs or solos Overall, each musician by including voice , has an undeniable mastery worthy of praise. mixing quality is also up. felt the finesse deployed to provide each its place and its color in the bigger picture." - Jean-Patrick Hélard - TRAD MAGAZINE


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Still working on that hot first release.

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ZĂŠki Ayad CHOLASH (Turkey) : Voice, saz (stage)
Jasko RAMIC (Serbian Gypsy) : Accordion
Sylvain DUPUIS (France) : Tapan, drum
Krassen LUTZKANOV (Bulgaria) : alto saxophone, kaval
Yann MARTIN and/or Martin SACCARDY (France) : Trumpet
GaĂŤl FAJEAU (France) : Sousaphone
Manel GIRARD, Charlotte AUGER or Alon PEYLET (France) : Tuba
Pierre RIGOPOULOS (Greece) : Davul, derbouka, percussions

From now on, the brass band breaks into Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey.. pushes farther to the East (Dogu), exploring the repertoires of Azera, Kurdish, Syrian-Lebanese and Armenian musics.

They revisits the huge musical legacy from the Ottoman empire in Europe, in a jubilant quest for the common spirit of these musics from the Mediteranean Sea. The Hadouti Orkestar gives us a new perspective of the Balkans.

In the audience, they dance til losing breath, they laugh, they dream, they shiver