Andrei Krylov | Russian Tzigane Music  and Gypsy Jazz  on Flamenco guitar

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Russian Tzigane Music and Gypsy Jazz on Flamenco guitar

by Andrei Krylov

Gypsy guitar music. Dedicated to my grandmother whose parents come from Tzigane (Roma) from Moscow , Russia and Istanbul, Turkey. Folk music . Fiery, funny, sad, playful.
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1. Bessarabia Gypsy Dance
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2. Tzygane Rings Biryuzovye Kolechki Russian Folk Song Romance Variation
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3. Variation To Mozart Turkish Marcsh As Gypsy Jazz In Odessa
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4. Variation to Those Were The Days My Friend second version Dorogoi Dlinnoyu Russian Tzigane Romance
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5. Django Meets Beethoven
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6. Gypsy Romance
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7. Tziganochka Russian Gypsy Dance
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8. Popular Russian Song Of 1905 On Gypsy Jazz Guitar Variation
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9. Song Of The Road
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10. Story Of Love And Death
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11. Mountain Gypsy Dance
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12. Solnyshko Sun Roma Folk Song
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13. Odessa
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14. Let It Be
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15. Ukranian Tzigane Song
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16. Gypsy Fortune Teller
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17. Ragtime for Django
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18. Anadalusian Sunset
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19. Charlie Chaplin and Gypsy
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20. Carpathian Dance
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21. Tzigane Horses Roma I Koni
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22. Turkish Gypsy Song
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Album Notes
This album is a compilation of folk and gypsy jazz guitar variations to Gypsy songs and romances.
Some songs are Russian Gypsy music according to traditions of 18-19-20th century russian gypsy guitar style.
Also Gypsy music from other countries of East and West Gypsy jazz.
Dedicated to my grandmother whose parents come from Tzygane (Roma) from Moscow , Russia and Istanbul, Turkey. Folk music . Fiery, funny, sad, playful songs.
Andrei Krylov learned those songs from his childhood from his grandmother and performed them in many concert halls in Russia. Solo and together with singers such as Galina Baranova, Taisia Kalinchenko, Irina Skorik and others.
It was recorded in St.Petersburg Russia and Lac Ste-Marie, Quebec.
In this album included variations to famous Russian Gypsy (Roma) folk songs, such as Mardyandya, Murka, Djelem and many others.

My grandparents and parents sang those songs a lot.
Some stories about those songs: "Fried chicken" is an old song about somebody who live in St. Petersburg , Russia, and have no any rights at all.
It was created around 1890-1900.
Police hunts for guy ("fried chicken"), ask to show passport and he can not, because he have no passport.. He told to police different stories but they do not believe and he is deep trouble..This song was not only about roma/gypsies in Russia, but about jews, buddists, anybody who have no official papers. It was a song with a lot of humour.
Like a sad joke...
It was popular in beginnig of the century and it was performed by all type of musicians tzigane, jewish, russian etc.,

Андрей Крылов. Гитарист, Композитор. Русская классическая гитара.
Жил и работал в Петербурге (Ленинграде)преподавал гитару в ДК Ленсовета и в "джазовой" музшколе на ул. Гривцова, был артистом Ленконцерта и Театра романса "Старый Петербург" записал и издал 40 альбомов музыки для гитары, многие из которых можно купить на iTunes и CDbaby, с 1998 года живет в Канаде.
Выступает в концертных залах и клубах Канады и США.

Andrei Krylov studied guitar in Music School and University in St.Petersburg, Russia. In 1980's-90's he worked as a classical guitar teacher and performer for the State Concert Company #Lenconcert#. He composed music for the guitar and other instruments and he has recorded and published several albums of original guitar music, songs, new age, classical and flamenco guitar music, lute music, one of which has sold over 60,000 copies in Russia.
He has played with the St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra (conductor, Eduard Gustin) and the "Old Petersburg " Theater of Russian and Gypsy Romance.
He has given recitals in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, USA, and Canada. Andrei has recorded and performed for Russian Broadcast Radio and TV and a copy of his performance was published by TV St.Petersburg. In Canada, he has performed at various festivals, including Latin Extravaganza, Kitchener's Salsa In The Square, Toronto's Weston Festival, Hamilton's Concession Street and several multicultural festivals, played concerts in Niagara, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec city and other places.
Some of his performances in Canada were televised; by ONTv, by Roger's Cable and the others by COGECO and CHIN TV. Also his music played on CKTB, CHIN 97,9, Radio Katyusha, Baltika FM, Theos, Peterburg TV5 and other channels.
His music was featured in Time magazine and used in a several films.
Andrei has been compared favourably to many great guitar players, but has a style uniquely of his own.

He is looking forward for any opportunity to present his music to audiences in Canada and worldwide.



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Bill Grasha

Along with gypsy melodies, some very fine gypsified (spell check tells me that's not a word) variations of standards and well-known motifs. Pleasant, rewarding listening.