Swiss-born Marcel Cellier was an important folk music disc jockey, music collector, and organist for pretty much four years. The receiver of a Grammy award for his creation of the field recording recording, L’Albanie Mysterieuse, in 1990, Cellier helped to create such virtuoso pan pipers as Gheorghe Zamfir and Dumitru Farcas to worldwide attention. Cellier released his every week radio display, From the Dark Sea towards the Baltic, on French-Swiss radio in 1960. A focus on of the display was the recordings that he produced while traveling through the entire Balkan Mountain area. While hearing recordings by youthful musicians in the Institute for Folklore in Bucharest, Cellier was released towards the playing of Zamfir. He was therefore impressed a ending up in Zamfir was planned, during which many songs were documented for his display. In 1969, Zamfir journeyed to Switzerland to go to Cellier. When Cellier performed Zamfir’s structure, “Romania Doinas” with an body organ at a chapel in Cully, Zamfir started improvising on the soprano skillet flute. Cellier and Zamfir had been therefore delighted with the audio of their cooperation that they decided to continue playing jointly. In an assessment of 1 of their concerts, La Suisse composed, “From the first ever to the last be aware, there sounded a prelude to the perfect musical experience.” Both music artists’ concert in Australia was taped. Released simply because Flute de Skillet et Orgue in 1984, the record honored the “Grand Prix Audiovisual De L’Europe” with the Acadamie Du Disque Francais. Pursuing Cellier’s achievement with Zamfir, various other pan tube players begun to look for Cellier’s support including Dumitru Farcas, with whom Cellier documented an record, Improvisations Pour Taragot et Orgue.