A Hawk and A Hacksaw and the Hun Hangár Ensemble is an EP by A Hawk and a Hacksaw and The Hun Hangár Ensemble released in 2007 on The Leaf Label. A 20-minute bonus DVD was released with the CD, titled An Introduction to A Hawk and a Hacksaw. The DVD documents two years of touring by original band members Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost with live footage (by director Dave Herman), as well as a behind-the-scenes look at their travels across Europe.
Kiraly Siratás, album's opening track, is based around the main melody from Bedřich Smetana 19th-century piece "Vltava". The flowing melody is carried by Heather Trost's violin, accompanied by the sound of a cymbalom. Serbian Cŏcek (or Čoček) is based around the melody of Marko Nešić's piece titled "Kad sam bio mlađan lovac ja" (When I was a young hunter). Oriental Hora is centered on the traditional klezmer melody. Vajdaszentivány is based on a Hungarian song called "Titkon nyílik".