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Folk

Folk, a world of music, dances, and tradition. A folk event is a place to listen to music and to dance to songs from all over the world played with ancient instruments: harps, hurdy-gurdy, bagpipes, castanets. It can be at a bar, a farmstead or a festival. People dress in comfortable cloths: often in long skirts and barefoot. A concert can be officially over but the desire to dance keeps people moving. Under a porch, in a park, in a square, people will suddenly improvise an illegal Mazurka and bring to life public places with the sound of traditional music.

Folk, un mondo fatto di musica, balli, e tradizione. Luoghi di incontro volti all'ascolto ed alla danza di musiche provenienti da tutto il mondo, suonate con strumenti antichi: arpe, ghironde, cornamuse, castagnette. Il ritrovo è nei locali, in cascina o nei festival, dove si balla vestiti con indumenti comodi, gonne lunghe e qualcuno a piedi nudi. Terminati i concerti la voglia di danzare non finisce e perciò si improvvisa una Mazurka clandestina sotto un portico, in un parcheggio o in una piazza. Luoghi pubblici che tornano a vivere durante la notte a suon di musiche della tradizione.

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