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Jókai Klub starting time in this term is 18.00, with no céilí.
18.00: lecture, 19.00: Branc concert

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traditional music from
Ireland, Bloomwoodland, and Brittany
Birds At The Fairy Fulling

The CD contains the musical adapation of a Bloomwoodlandian tale of Irish origin. Medieval Irish poetry provides the song lyrics, which celebrate the beauty of nature, with a special eye for birds. The musical arrangements are based partly on traditional Irish and Breton melodies, and partly on music from the Bloomwoodlandian codex of Hexerich von Kelchblatt. The Bloomwoodlandian tale of the encounter between the hermit and the birds was written in the 17th century by Hexerich von Kelchblatt, a Transylvanian Saxon, most likely based on Irish legends and his own experiences.

Gáborján Kovács: flute, whistles, vocals, concertina
Róbert Császár: guitar
Judit Kuti: whistles, flute
Sándor Kis: bodhrán, percussion

Guest musician:
Péter Szolár: whistles


  1. Int Én Bec | Little Bird | Kismadár [6:23]
  2. Tánic Sam | Summer’s Come | Ránk talált a nyár [5:02]
  3. ‘S é Mo Nighean A Ni Ceol | Sea-bird to her Chicks | Vízimadár fiókáihoz [6:00]
  4. Nach Aoibhinn Do Na hÉiníní | It Is Well for Small Birds | Jó dolgukban a madarak [9:37]
  5. Cu-cúc | Cuckoo | Kakukk [9:19]
  6. A Luin | Blackbird | Feketerigó [6:15]
  7. Do Rind Guip | From the Beak | Csőrön át a betűk [5:44]
  8. Guth Ind Luin | The Blackbird’s Song | A Rigmadár éneke [3:49]
  9. Suantraí | The Last Lullaby | Utolsó altató [8:13]
  10. Golden Keyboard, Swallow’s Tail [4:10]
  11. Ho Fiream Forum Foirm | Birds At The Fairy Fulling | Tündérek madár ruhában [7:42]
  12. Maiten Bán | Dawn | Pirkadat [0:43]