Eugen Doga | The Gypsy Camp Goes to Heaven

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The Gypsy Camp Goes to Heaven

by Eugen Doga

Eugen Doga presents the album from the movie "The Gypsy Camp goes to Heaven", which features 14 gypsy tracks.
Genre: World: Gypsy
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1. Prologue
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4:13 $0.99
2. Carriage
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2:35 $0.99
3. Road
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3:40 $0.99
4. Sare Patria
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2:10 $0.99
5. Apple
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1:34 $0.99
6. He Rides
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7. Nane Tsoha
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8. Kai Ione
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9. Cherry
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10. The Meeting
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3:28 $0.99
11. Mother I Am Dying
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3:03 $0.99
12. Maliarkitsa
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3:51 $0.99
13. Ai Mato
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14. Finale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“A lullaby for beauty and sadness” is an apt the description of the music written by Eugen Doga for the movie “the Gypsy Camp goes to Heaven” directed by Emil Loteanu.

“The Gypsy Camp goes to Heaven” was the leader of movie visits in the USSR in the year 1976, with a total of 64,9 million viewers in that year alone.

The movie treadmill, which the Maestro gets on to tone the sleeping fibres of his soul, to broaden the amplitude of his breath, to bend to Earth only to stretch the hands far out into the air like a pair of gigantic cosmic antennaes to embrace the Immense.

The work on the music to the movie “The Gypsy Camp goes to Heaven” was, in fact, a whole gypsy academy that the Maestro had to graduate from.


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