Nenad Bach's production of Klapa music again on Millennium of Music
from June 26, 2006 check your local listings
"One of our most popular series ever is when we featured Croatian music"
"The multichannel recording is spectacularly realistic"
"Just stop, close your eyes, and Listen to the most amazing harmony. After experiencing Klapa Sinj a few times, it has become my favorite CD. I don't understand a word of Croatian; however the pure humanity of the singing transcends language. Anytime I play Klapa as background music at work - without exception I have had someone comment on the beauty of the sound."
"This unbelievably resonant music should be heard by everyone...as it's one of Croatia's best exports. The sounds of the sea, the souls of the fishermen who used to sing these songs, the beauty of the night stars and the heart of the tiny fishing villages, are all elements that can be felt when listening to this CD. The sound is God-like."
"The recording is very transparent and one really feels transported to the church where the performance took place."
"No need to understand Croatian, this music plays to the inner most part of your humanity. It cannot be described â€“ only felt. "
10 Million audience.
#06-27: (repeat of #05-43) 06/26/06: Croatia's Mystic Sounds--One of our most popular series ever is when we featured Croatian music from the Holland Early Music festival in Utrecht. Producer Nenad Bach has recorded two programs of folk and other haunting music from the tradition called "Klapa" which are now generally available on disc, and we'll sample them this week.
Klapa Sinj and Klapa FA Lindjo.
To purchase the CDs click here http://www.nenadbach.com/shoppe/shoppe.html