Hungarian label Fonó has released the final album of the music from Szászcsávás/Ceuaș (Romania). The album titled 6 contains recordings performed by Gypsy ensemble Szászcsávás Band between 1996 and 2007 made by Szánthó Zoltán and Bartha Ágoston in the town’s preschool.
Szászcsávás is a small village in Transylvania’s Maros/Mureș County (located in Romania) inhabited by Hungarians and Gypsies. It holds a special place in Hungarian music history. Although monophonic singing is characteristic of Hungarian folk music, this is perhaps the only settlement where polyphonic singing is part of the tradition.