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This discovery, writes Jenner Melletti in the April 12, 2008 edition of Repubblica Online, is the merit of Fausto Giovannardi, an engineer from Borgo San Lorenzo who, while driving his car, found himself singing the Bella ciao with one of the songs of the CD "Klezmer - Yiddish swing music" purchased some weeks earlier, in June 2006 in Paris.
Romani portraits | MetaFilter That's problematic for me, too, but it doesn't seem to bother many otherwise self-aware Roma I know, who appreciate the "link," however inaccurate. Just saw that Tony Gatlif film "Latcho Drom" a few weeks ago again, and it appears he fosters this connection too. posted by Dee Xtrovert at 8:57 AM on November 16, 2007 Seeman - Endnotes Tarlabası was also used as the setting for the Turkish Roman portion of Tony Gatliff's pseudo-documentary on Rom musicians, Latcho Drom (1993). It is reputed that the author, Metin Kaçan, grew up in the adjacent area of Dolapdere. The ambiguity of actual place is also part of the symbolic power of the novel.
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Romani portraits | MetaFilter That's problematic for me, too, but it doesn't seem to bother many otherwise self-aware Roma I know, who appreciate the "link," however inaccurate. Just saw that Tony Gatlif film "Latcho Drom" a few weeks ago again, and it appears he fosters this connection too. posted by Dee Xtrovert at 8:57 AM on November 16, 2007
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Here's the playlist for 22 Aug 2014. I couldn't find the two songs from Latcho Drom; Bambi Saidi and Ya Dora Shami on iTunes. But I did find a link on Amazon. BTW, I'll be setting up Carolena's Music Library soon, where you'll be able to read my comments on all of the music that we use. Here's Latcho Drom. And here's the Playlist. Enjoy!
Fact: This misconception probably came from the motion picture Latcho Drom, which was released in 1993. Latcho Drom shows music and dance from many countries where the Roma have lived in large numbers, including Egypt. Because it contains no voiceover or other narrative explaining what the onscreen imagery means, some people have speculated ...