Oreste Eugène de Maurizi began his career as a musician writing dance music: pasodobles, foxtrots, tangos, waltzes... for the various orchestras he directed as Bob Stanley. These orchestras used to play at the very popular 'bals populaires ' of the twenties and thirties. Eastern European music has always cast a peculiar spell. There are for instance countless versions of the Russian song 'Otchi Tchornye' - "Les yeux noirs " and some of these tunes made popular singers and musicians in the fifties really famous. Didn't Charles Aznavour sing 'Deux guitars?' Under the musical direction of the international pianist Eric Lesage, Café de Maurizi Ensemble interprets with freshness, enthusiasm and authenticity these Transylvanian songs.
Oreste Eugène de Maurizi began his career as a musician writing dance music: pasodobles, foxtrots, tangos, waltzes... for the various orchestras he directed as Bob Stanley. These orchestras used to play at the very popular 'bals populaires ' of the twenties and thirties. Eastern European music has always cast a peculiar spell. There are for instance countless versions of the Russian song 'Otchi Tchornye' - "Les yeux noirs " and some of these tunes made popular singers and musicians in the fifties really famous. Didn't Charles Aznavour sing 'Deux guitars?' Under the musical direction of the international pianist Eric Lesage, Café de Maurizi Ensemble interprets with freshness, enthusiasm and authenticity these Transylvanian songs.
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Format: CD
Label: MAGUELONE
Rel. Date: 12/13/2019
UPC: 3770003584292

Cafe De Maurizi
Artist: Maurizi / Lesage / Gouffe
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Oreste Eugène de Maurizi began his career as a musician writing dance music: pasodobles, foxtrots, tangos, waltzes... for the various orchestras he directed as Bob Stanley. These orchestras used to play at the very popular 'bals populaires ' of the twenties and thirties. Eastern European music has always cast a peculiar spell. There are for instance countless versions of the Russian song 'Otchi Tchornye' - "Les yeux noirs " and some of these tunes made popular singers and musicians in the fifties really famous. Didn't Charles Aznavour sing 'Deux guitars?' Under the musical direction of the international pianist Eric Lesage, Café de Maurizi Ensemble interprets with freshness, enthusiasm and authenticity these Transylvanian songs.

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