The piece Drabarni is based on the historical Cingane or Romani culture. The title of the piece refers to women who were believed to have magical healing powers and the ability to foresee the future. These women were very revered in their culture.
The piece itself combines fast, virtuosic arpeggios with a slower, passionate melodic opening and closing section where the musician has great rhythmic freedom, which gives it its distinct improvised character. Both of these techniques are characteristic elements of the Gypsy style of music.