Taking into account the wide genre range of the band, we've decided to differ various kinds of programmes to enable our listener a better orientation. These programmes overlap to a certain extent, however they maintain their specific character. In other words: it's always Jablkoò but slightly different in each programme.

"Malá lesní Jablkoò" ("Little Forest Jablkoò") is a folk subgroup. This programme is designed especially for Czech listeners. It usually plays songs from albums "Bláznivá" ("Crazy") and "Písnièky" ("Songs"). Its members are mostly Michal and Martin for folk or Michal, Martin and Johnny for folkrock.

"Jablkoò" is traditional Jablkoò that plays compositions from the whole genre spectrum, but mainly from "Baba Aga" and "Machalaj" albums. This version of Jablkoò can be rock, folkrock, alternative or slightly jazzy. The configuration is: Michal, Martin, Johnny and Petr or only with three musicians (without the percussionist). This mutation is sometimes called "Velká polní Jablkoò" ("Big Field Jablkoò"), however this name is not often use.

"Jablkoò & Svìcený" Michal, Martin, Johnny and Petr are accompanied with Jaroslav Svìcený. This serious "branch" exists in the field of experimental classical music and alternative music. Its repertoire is drawn mainly from the "Jablkoò & Svìcený" and "Mumlava" albums.

"Symfonický Jablkoò" - Jablkoò & Svìcený accompanied with the Czech Symphony Orchestra. The programme of this ensemble (of approximately seventy members) is recorded on a live album "Symphonic Jablkoò".

It must be added, that this orientation system has disorientated some of our fans to such extent that they can't make us out at all. Nonetheless it's clear that if someone comes to see "Malá lesní Jablkoò" he won't presumably hear compositions such as "Falling", "A Folk Tune", "Good Hand" etc. On the other hand while listening to "Jablkoò & Svìcený" you won't encounter songs like "Crazy" or "Barbara is in love with Charles". If you come to "Jablkoò" (the basic version), then everything is possible.


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