This is a collection of Iva Bittova's work with other artist. The artists range from Czech folk and progressive bands to Zimbabwe singer Stella Chiweshe.
Includes the purely folklore nature in the song 'Ej, love, love (Ej lásko, lásko)' from the album by Ida Kelarová and guests, the rock styling of 'Flageolety' from the album by Pavel Fajt & Pluto, to the musical experimental nature of the song 'French' from the album Nederlands Blazers Ensemble 'Dance of the Vampires'. Songs from Iva Bitová’s work on movie soundtracks are also included from 'The Men Who Cried' we have the song 'Gloomy Sunday' and from 'A Little Countryside (Krajinka)' there is 'Kaddisch'. Also on this album is the bonus sound-video track 'Pax vita' (Iva’s voice variation on a Gregorian theme from the 15th Century) that was made exclusively for this album in the unique atmosphere of the architect Santini’s church in Křtiny near Brno.
The cover of the CD digipak is a drawing by Iva Bittova. In the CD booklet Iva describes the individual songs.
"IVA BITTOVÁ - violinist, singer and composer, who recognises no boundaries in music, is one of the most significant and original personalities of contemporary Czech music. Her musical projects are events not only on the Czech scene, but world-wide. Foremost of Czech artists she has won recognition on a world-wide scale (she has staged successful concerts all over Europe, the United States and Japan. Her records arouse interest internationally).