Romanian band Fanfare Cioacarlia represents the genre’s fastest band. Journalists offers powerful metaphor for the Sex Pistols, the renowned English punk rock band, who not only played very fast and furious – but also did not accept any other rate.
The group comes from the village Zece Prajini (“Ten Fields”), which lies on the northeastern edge of Romania, at the very border with Moldova. Romania is due to linguistic affinities frequent destination for visitors from French-speaking countries – and the word FANFARE in the name of the group is the French name for brass band. A little more shrouded in mystery is the second part of the name.
Romanian Ciocarlia means lark, but it is also the name of one of the most-Romanian folk tunes, where for decades shewed his virtuosity official folklore ensembles. Originally idyllic evergreen acerbic finally escaped the attention of Emir Kusturica and his musical partner, Goran Bregovic, who in that it used the Underground film called Kalashnikov. Fanfare Ciocarlia playing the song in the original, unvarnished form, as you can still hear the wild wedding dances of Eastern Europe .