|NOUN || a cimbalom | cimbaloms |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Born to a father of Hungarian ancestry, Kaptain was exposed to the cimbalom at an early age at ethnic social functions in his hometown of Elgin, Illinois and later was awarded a grant to study cimbalom in Budapest, Hungary.
- They perform famous classical pieces with a unique Hungarian twist, the Cimbalom (Hammer Dulcimer).
- Toni Iordache (17 December 1942 – February 1988) was a Romani-Romanian "lăutar" and one of the most famous "cimbalom" (Romanian: "ţambal") players in the world.
- In 1999 Rácz was posthumously awarded the Hungarian Heritage Award. He was nominated by Viktória Herencsár, a fellow cimbalom player and founder of the World Cimbalom Congress.
- CORDIS is an American progressive chamber music group featuring cimbalom, percussion, cello, guitar, and keyboards.
- Markus Leoson, born 1970 in Linköping, Sweden, is a percussionist, cimbalom player and pedagogue.
- The cimbalom player was a Hungarian Gypsy from Braddock, William Hallup.
- His grandfather Alexandru was a violinist, and his father played the cimbalom.
- Kálmán Balogh (born 18 January 1959) is a Hungarian cimbalom player and leader of Kalman Balogh's Gypsy Cimbalom Band.
- Many composers have written for the cimbalom. Zoltán Kodály made extensive use of the instrument in his orchestral suite "Háry János" which helped make the cimbalom known outside Eastern Europe.
- Márta Fábián (born 1946 in Budapest) is a Hungarian cimbalom player and soloist.
- The Cimbalom – A characteristic instrument for producing the style is the cimbalom.
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