Please note: The complete album is also available in ogg Vorbis format by downloading the OGG ZIP-file at the beginning of the titles list below.
After "Sojle de la klara temp'" (vkkd 32), this second CD, recorded in our studio "De La Trappe / Vinilkosmo" this time, presents sounds from the Middle Age and the Catalonian and Occitanian tradition and offers us a new and enchanting journey enhanced by the sound of flutes, mandolins, many percussions and whole hearted voices; the ever present components of Kaj Tiel Plu's immediately recognizable style.
Although the lyrics are Esperanto, of course, tradition seems by no means betrayed and shows, once again, that in spite of its youth, Esperanto has captured the essence of language at its ancestral roots and reaches both the ears and minds of listeners worldwide. Kaj Tiel Plu's regular audience includes a number of non-Esperanto speaking fans from different generations and countries who seem to feel right at home as they play on.
Kaj Tiel Plu wished to give this album a live concert sound, and has slipped in two adaptations by living singers, which is rather rare, one by Catalonian Ramon Muntaner and the other from the famous Occitanian group Nadau.
Kaj Tiel Plu is :
Carles Badia : bass, chorus
Carles Vela i Aulesa : flute, chorus
Elena Milla : percussion, vocals
Ferriòl Macip i Bonèt : violin, scallop, chorus
Javier Muñoz : guilty because of absence
Josep Maria Milla i Saldon : flute, vocals, percussion, mandoline, friction drum (Zambomba)
Pau de Nut : cello, tambourine, chorus
Xavier Rodon i Morera : vocals, guitar, mandoline
Guest musicians :
Joel Rodon : big tambourine in Ni kunvenas and >I> La kato kaj la fripono
Vincent Trincal : cello in Ni kunvenas, La aventuro and Brilas roso en mateno
Translations : Abel Montagut, Josep Virgili, Salvador Gumà, Kaj Tiel Plu
Arrangement : Kaj Tiel Plu
Studio : Studio de la Trappe / Vinilkosmo (Donneville)
Sound engineer : Triboulet
2- Plaĉas al mi
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