Hungarian folk song performed by world-famous trio
Posted by Mia Balogh · Mar 21, 2017

Listen to this unique version of the well-known folk song “Tavaszi szél vizet áraszt” by Trio Mandili.

Trio Mandili is a famous music trio formed by three girls who have become world-famous by singing Caucasian folk songs. Of course, the girls are open to other countries’ well-known folks songs, too, so they recorded their unique version of “Tavaszi szél vizet áraszt” recently. We think that this is the best ad for them right before their concert in Budapest on 8 April.

So here is the original version of this folk song, known by every Hungarian person:

Check out Trio Mandili’s version here:

And finally, let us show you our big favourite, presented by Freddie Mercury in Budapest, during the legendary Queen concert in 1986. Lyrics read from his palm, but his accent was pretty cool – and the audience loved it, of course.

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