The first album released by AMAK has a permanent centre of gravity in its sound, as well as a passion for melodies from Basque folk and polyphonic voices. Four Trikitiri played by four mothers and with four-tambourines and four voices; sensitive songs with motherly love throughout them. Parades, light dances, waltzes, ballads, Trikitixas and Zortzikos set the mood for the album. The AMAK quartet also has a bit of a passion for polyphony from the northern Basque Country. They add second and third voices to their melodies. In fact, thinker and writer Simone de Beauvoir’s “cultural construction of women” may be a good way to describe AMAK.
- BAGA BIGA MUSIKA IDEIAK