Hungarian Gypsy Music
Formed in 1989, the Hungarian Gypsy group Ternipe has been painting a picture of Gypsy life through music for many years. Together they now present an album of love songs, drinking songs, and songs about lost and unrequited love, all in their native gypsy language of Lovari. Listening to the swirl of their traditional instruments, from guitar, mandolin, and bass to milk pail and whistle may just transport you to a time and place - to a people - apart.
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