Trebunie-Tutki

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Trebunie-Tutki
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Background information
Origin Biały Dunajec, Poland
Genres Polish folk
Associated acts Twinkle Brothers
Members
  • Krzysztof Trebunia-Tutka
  • Anna Trebunia-Tutka

Trebunie-Tutki is a folk musical group consisting of a family of musicians originating from Biały Dunajec village near Zakopane, Poland.[1] Though there are many members of the extended family that play music, the core musicians currently are Krzysztof (violin & vocals) and Anna (basy & vocals).[2]

They are known for their collaboration with the Jamaican reggae band Twinkle Brothers, in which the two groups combine traditional mountain music of the Polish górale with reggae.[3][4][5] Their joint record, Pieśni Chwały (Songs of Glory), went gold in Poland.[6]

Discography[edit]

  1. Żywot Janicka Zbójnika ("Life of Janosik the Robber"), produced by Gamma, Kraków 1992
  2. Higher Heights (with Twinkle Brothers, prod. Twinkle Music, London 1992, prod. Kamahuk, Warszawa 1993
  3. Baciarujciez chłopcy, prod. Stebo, Kraków 1993
  4. Zagrojcie dudzicki, prod. Stebo, Kraków 1993
  5. Kolędy góralskie, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1993
  6. Ballada o śmierci Janosika ("Ballad on the Death of Janosik"), prod. Folk, Zakopane 1993
  7. Folk karnawał I, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1993
  8. Folk karnawał II, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1994
  9. Górale na wesoło, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1994
  10. Come Back Twinkle to Trebunia Family (with Twinkle Brothers, prod. Kamahuk, W-wa 1994
  11. Śpiewki i nuty, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1994
  12. Music of The Tatra Mountains - The Trebunia Family, prod. Nimbus Records, London 1995
  13. Saga, MC prod. Folk, Zakopane 1996
  14. Kolędy góralskie, ed. II, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1996
  15. Janosik w Sherwood, prod. Kamahuk, Warszawa 1996
  16. Greatest Hits, prod. Kamahuk, Warszawa 1997
  17. Góral-ska Apo-Calypso, prod. Folk, Zakopane 1998
  18. Podniesienie, prod. Kamahuk, Warszawa 1998
  19. Jubileusz z Warszawskim Chórem Międzyuczelnianym
  20. Etno-Techno, prod. Folk, Zakopane 2000
  21. Best Dub, prod. Kamahuk, Warszawa 2000
  22. Folk Karnawał, prod. Folk, Zakopane 2000
  23. Złota Kolekcja, prod. Pomaton EMI, Warszawa 2001
  24. Baciarujciez chłopcy, ed. II, prod. Folk, Zakopane 2001
  25. Zagrojcie dudzicki, ed. II, prod. Folk, Zakopane 2001
  26. Ballada o śmieci Janosika, ed. II, Folk, Zakopane 1993-2005
  27. Góralsko siła, F.F. FOLK, Zakopane, 2006
  28. Tischner - Trebunie-Tutki + Voo Voo-nootki, 2007
  29. Songs of Glory/Pieśni chwały - Tebunie-Tutki + Twinkle Brothers, Warszawa 2008[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Trebunie-Tutki official website". Trebunie.pl. Retrieved May 22, 2011. 
  2. ^ Titon, Jeff Todd (2009). Worlds of Music, 5th Edition. Belmont, Cal.: Schirmer Cengage Learning. pp. 246–250, 252–256. ISBN 978-0-534-59539-5. 
  3. ^ Worlds of Music: An Introduction to ... Retrieved May 22, 2011. 
  4. ^ From Moscow to Madrid: postmodern ... Retrieved May 22, 2011. 
  5. ^ Cooley, Timothy J. (2005). Making Music in the Polish Tatras. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. pp. 162–201. ISBN 978-0-253-34489-2. 
  6. ^ Billboard, [1]
  7. ^ Making music in the Polish Tatras ... Retrieved May 22, 2011.