HomeFanfare Ciocarlia’s Brass beat - on “Martha: A picture Story” documentary


Fanfare Ciocarlia’s Brass beat - on “Martha: A picture Story” documentary

Piranha in the movies, once again! Straight out of their very first album “Radio Paşcani”, that we are proud to have released, Fanfare Ciocarlia's ”Ah Ya Bibi” is placed in the soundtrack of the documentary “ Marta: A picture story”. The movie follows the story of Martha Cooper the photojournalist that documented the New York City graffiti scene of the ‘70s and 80’s, a woman that showcased the vibrant, expressive street life of a city now completely transformed by the real estate greed.

Fanfare Ciocarlia introduced to the world the music traditions of their home village Zece Prajini, Romania, handed down and survived through generations, even when its gypsy origins were anything but safe during the Causescu regime. Fast and endearing their brass sound and their horns have made them into one of the most unique ensembles of their kind. From Romania to Berlin and to the world, now once again Fanfare Ciocarlia’s music finds its place in the film world.

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