Release Date: 11/07/08
Yet on her first album Sprinkled Eyes Dotschy Reinhardt broached the issue of the loss of identification of the german Sinti people in her song Sinto. Dotschy Reinhardt makes use of her prominent family name and her relation to the most important european jazz-musician of the 20th century Django Reinhardt to tell the world from her people. While recording her new CD she wrote a book with the title Gypsyâ and tells her readers from the culture, language and the few ups and lots of downs that the Sinti people lived since there arrival in Germany almost 600 years ago. Dotschy Reinhardt calls herself proudly Sinteza, a member of the Sinti people and sings once again half of the songs on Suniâ in her language Romanes. She wrote half of the songs herself, added new lyrics to classics like Djangology (Django Reinhardt) and Me hum Matoâ (Schnuckenack Reinhardt) and interprets in her very own style classics like Days of Wine and Rosesâ (H. Manciniâ, Last Tango in Parisâ (Gato Barbieri/Dory Previn) and Pretty Butterflyâ (Ciro Pereira, Mario Albanese) where she duets with her husband David Rose.
|Label: Galileo Mc|
|Run Time: 2.0201 mins|
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