Freshly recorded in 2012 on location in Republic of Georgia. Featuring ancient polyphonic chants, traditional + modern folk songs plus instrumental dance melodies played on bagpies, accordion and folk guitars (lutes) accomapnied by hand drum.
One of the first ensembles to spearhead the post-Soviet revival of the Caucasus nation’s stunning, diverse song and instrumental music. A veteran ensemble, acknowledged as one of the best in their genre. The group’s name is taken from the special earthenware jugs (zedashes) that were buried under the family home for the purpose of making wine. They have self-released 6 previous albums but this will be their first official release.