Rebecca Roudman | Rebecca Roudman - Gypsy Cello

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Rebecca Roudman - Gypsy Cello

by Rebecca Roudman

Wild and fiery gypsy cello!
Genre: World: Gypsy
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1. Gloomy Sunday - Szureti Dance (Feat. Jason Eckl)
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2. Kalinka (Feat. Jason Eckl & Xander Abbe)
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3. Dark Eyes (Feat. Jason Eckl)
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4. The Basso (Feat. Jason Eckl, Xander Abbe & Anthony Petrocchi)
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5. Bessarabian Girl (Feat. Jason Eckl, Xander Abbe & Anthony Petrocchi)
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6. Romanian Train Song (Feat. Jason Eckl, Xander Abbe & Anthony Petrocchi)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Rebecca Roudman is a world-traveling cello player who explores every type of music, from shredding rock to classical. On this album, Rebecca Roudman Gypsy Cello, she takes you on a journey through the passionate, fiery, and adventurous music of Eastern-European gypsies. Backed by an exceptional band of some of Northern California's most out of the box musicians, this album is all about a new take on classic gypsy songs.

From a soulful rendition of Dark Eyes, a classic Russian tune, to a virtuosic take on Bessarabian Girl, backed by a rock band, this album captures the mood of the gypsy people.



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