Yet another Gypsy project? Yes, but one with just that little bit extra... The musicians of Parno Graszt (Romani for "white horse", the Romani symbol for purity and absolute freedom) all hail from Paszab, a small village in the remote North-Eastern region of Hungary. The band is the epitome of Hungarian Gypsy music, a genre in which traditional Gypsy instruments like the cimbalom, violin and accordion are supplemented with guitars (Parno Graszt counts three) and the tárogató, a Hungarian version of the clarinet. 'Ez A Vilag Nekem Valo' ("this world is made for me") keeps the middle between the classic Gypsy music of Taraf de Haïdouks and the Gypsy jazz of the Dutch Rosenberg Trio.