TILTAN

Live Act Soundtrack - Film Folk Ethnojazz Worldmusic Kammermusik World Jazz
TILTAN - Soundtrack - Film Folk Ethnojazz Worldmusic Kammermusik World Jazz Live Act in Amsterdam

TILTAN Short Info

TILTAN in the Hebrew language means ‘Clover’ and is a symbol of good fortune.
Tiltan’s music is composed and arranged by guitarist David Golek. Born to a Polish father and a French-Algerian mother he grew up in Europe, South America and Israel. Being exposed to different sorts of music, traditions, religions and war conflicts created his determination for a musical and spiritual search for unity and building bridges between cultures.
The music can be described as a mixture of folklore and contemporary compositions, jazz and improvisation, with influences from the Middle East, South America, Eastern Europe, North Africa and Jewish music.
The exceptional musicians who join David on this journey enrich its outcome with their own cultural identities, leaving a wide open window for your imagination.

TILTAN in the Hebrew language means ‘Clover’ and is a symbol of good fortune.
Tiltan’s music is composed and arranged by guitarist David Golek. Born to a Polish father and a French-Algerian mother he grew up in Europe, South America and Israel. Being exposed to different sorts of music, traditions, religions and war conflicts created his determination for a musical and spiritual search for unity and building bridges between cultures.
The music can be described as a mixture of folklore and contemporary compositions, jazz and improvisation, with influences from the Middle East, South America, Eastern Europe, North Africa and Jewish music....

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Past Gigs TILTAN

  • 09 | 2016 Amsterdam Dutch Delta Sounds

Discography TILTAN

  • 2014 A Road Less Traveled Album | Kululush Records

Media

  • Video TILTAN - A Night of a Thous...
  • Sound 05. Tiltan - Lev Shel Perac...
  • Video Tiltan live at the Bimhuis ...

Origin

  • Amsterdam NL

Founded

  • 2011

Members

  • David Golek guitar, compositions/arr.
  • Oleg Fateev bayan
  • Bela Horvat violin
  • Daniel Mester clarinet