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Wed, 05 Oct 2005

Russia / Svetlana Skorobogataia & Cristina Dalla Ca'
Russia From what I can gather, machine translation being what it is, Svetlana Skorobogataia is from Byelorusse and performs on an instrument called a zymbaly, whatever that might be. Although the iTMS has this album called Russia (with a backward first R) from an Italian record label, a German website has the identical set of tracks under the name The Magic of Zymbaly. Which still tells us nothing, although I was able to gather that Ms. Skorobogataia is accompanied by an Italian pianist on her collection of what I assume are (at least mostly) folk tunes. Among them is Midnight in Moscow, a childhood favorite about which I blogged almost exactly a year ago. Which I know is irrelevant to today's post, but until somebody explains the zymbaly to me it'll just have to do.
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