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Sgangogatt

Folkstone

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 12th, 2011
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
FolkStone Productions
Format:
CD
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1. La ballata del diavolo 02:26   instrumental
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2. La danza della marmaglia 02:53   instrumental
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3. Pantoletta (Schelmish Tribute) 03:21   instrumental
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4. Mit Dans 02:14   instrumental
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5. Avanti! 03:57   instrumental
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6. Gigo 01:52   instrumental
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7. Oro se vie (Corvus Corax Tribute) 02:29   instrumental
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8. Igni gena (Schelmish Tribute) 04:00   instrumental
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9. Luppulus in Fabula 04:41   instrumental
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10. Le bal de l'ours 03:06   instrumental
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11. Sgangogatt 02:58   instrumental
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12. Ol mesciĆ²t 03:04   instrumental
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13. Stella splendens 01:16   instrumental
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Band members
Roberta Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Matteo Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Andrea Drum, Percussions
Lore Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Maurizio Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes, Woodwinds, Cittern, Bodhran
Daniele il Miserabile Davul, Percussions
Miscellaneous staff
Jacopo Berlendis Cover art
Roberta Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Matteo Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Andrea Drum, Percussions
Lore Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes
Maurizio Bagpipes, Rauschpfeifes, Woodwinds, Cittern, Bodhran
Daniele il Miserabile Davul, Percussions
Jacopo Berlendis Cover art
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Entirely acoustic and instrumental release. It contains ten rearranged traditional folk songs and three tracks (5, 8 and 9) previously featured on their first two electric albums, also rearranged.

As stated by the band, "sgangogatt" has no exact meaning, not even in their native Bergamese dialect. Anyways, in an interview Andrea said that for them it means something like "dicky" or "ramshackle".

Track 2 is inspired by the Cantigas de Santa Maria, monophonic songs from the XIII century in honor of the Virgin Mary. Track 4 is an anonymous traditional song from the XV century just like track 5, which was also featured on the Folk Stone homonymous debut album. Track 13 is a traditional song from the XIV century, contained in the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat.

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