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    Concert Mani Neumann's Farfarello

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    15 Octombrie 21:00 - 16 Octombrie 01:00
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  • Farfarello

    RO
    Trupa germana Farfarello este cunoscuta in Romania in special prin fondatorul ei, violonistul Mani Neumann care a colaborat indeaproape cu celebra formaţia Phoenix timp de mai multi ani.

    Stilul muzical abordat de ei este atat de unic incat orice descriere conventionala devine imposibila. Prin muzica lor, Farfarello creeaza un sunet arhaic, brut, eliberat de clisee, fiind o combinatie de folclor est - european si influente contemporane: muzica traditionala, jazz, rock şi muzica clasica. Din 1982 şi până acum, trupa Farfarello a scos 18 albume, 4 dvd-uri şi a participat la peste 3.500 de concerte în toată lumea.

    Mani Neumann, neamtul cu „suflet de roman“, supranumit şi Violonistul Diavolului, este considerat un maestru al viorii şi blockflöte. Modul sau de a interpreta - melancolic, salbatic ori excitant - este intotdeauna autentic, nonconformist si imposibil de copiat. A fost onorat cu premiul MTV – Lifetime Award şi decorat de Preşedintele Romaniei cu ordinul „Meritul cultural“ în gradul de „Cavaler“ pentru merite culturale deosebite aduse Romaniei ca urmare a activitatii sale în trupa Phoenix.
    Chitaristul trupei, Ulli Brand, este considerat a fi unul dintre cei mai buni din Europa, fiind recunoscut pentru stilul sau unic în care interpreteaza muzica la chitara acustica cu 6 şi 12 corzi.
    Invitatii trupei Farfarello sunt muzicieni romani deosebit de experimentati si talentati: percuționistul Gabriel Balasa, unul dintre cei mai activi percutionisti de pe scena muzicala romaneasca, un muzician inventiv si imprevizibil, artistii admirandu-l pentru energia sa şi vibratia pozitiva din timpul concertelor si basistul Eugen Amarandei, unul din cei mai inspirati si tehnici contrabasisti ai Romaniei.
    „Muzica romaneasca este fantastica. Atunci cand am auzit muzica romaneasca am spus: asta e muzica mea. Daca vrem sa cantam Ciocarlia, cantam Ciocarlia. Dar pentru asta trebuie sa vorbesc cu degetele mele. Cateodata degetele mele imi submineaza autoritatea. Eu incerc sa vorbesc cu ele ca şi cu prietenii mei, dar ele spun “da” şi în concert se comporta ca nebunele. Sunt solidare. Ele cred ca sunt patru contra unu“ (Mani Neumann).

    EN
    Farfarello, the german band, is known to Romania particularly through its founder and violin player, which had collaborated closely for years of performance together with the famous Romanian band Phoenix, Mani Neumann.
    The variety of types of musical approaches makes their style so unique that any conventional manner of description becomes a bit difficult to pin down. Farfarello steps up to the stage with a dashing combination of both raw and archaic but also influences of classic and traditional blended in with a jazz rock sound. With a background going back to 1982 and up to the date, Farfarello releases 18 albums, 4 dvd and had performed for more than 3500 shows worldwide.
    Mani Neumann, imbued with a Romanian soul the notoriously German, frequently named as the devil’s violinist is considered a master of the blockflote and nonetheless the violin. His style of performing is oftenly wild and exciting fusing in with melancholic and archaic sounds which produces a unique artistic performance without the ability to be reproduced. Awarded by the MTV with the Lifetime Award and decorated by the president of Romania with the cultural degree of Knight for his distinguished musical contribution along with the famous Romanian band Phoenix.
    Ulli Brand, the band’s guitar player, considered to be one of the best guitar players in Europe also being known for his unique style with which he plays the six and twelve string guitar.
    Farfarello’s invites are two wonderful Romanian musicians which are very talented and experimented performers, known under the of Gabriel Balasa unpredictable and very inventive player, he is admired for his energy and his good vibration which can be also seen at mr. Eugen Amarandei one of the most technical and lucrative electric double bass Romanian players.
    “The Romanian music is fantastic. When I had heard the Romanian music I had said to myself this is my music. If we want to sing Ciocarlia we sing Ciocarlia. But to do that, I need to speak with my fingers. My fingers sometimes undermine my authority. I try to speak with them as I do with my friends, but they say “yes” and during show time they behave like crazy. They are stoic against my will; they consider being four against one” (Mani Neumann)