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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jan 6th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jan 6th 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Various Arists “Resham Firiri”
from Machhapurchhre Typical Nepali Folk Songs (SAC www.sacmusicnepal.com 2003) —probably the most famous song in Nepal - the local trekkers all sing it, and it is all over YouTube


(anon.) Himalaya and Nepal “Shim Shime Panima Jyales”
from Himalaya and Nepal (Air Mail/Sunset France 2009)


Resamm Phiriry “Himalaya Trekking Song”
from Native Music of Nepal - From Mount Everest & the Himalayas (Legacy International 2006) —an instrumental version of the song we started the show with


Various Aritsts “Besi Makai Cha Re Ta (Magar Folk)”
from Machhapurchhre Typical Folk Songs (SAC www.sacmusicnepal.com 2003)


Tanka Sherchan, Dharma Gandharba, Janga Gandharba, Kamal B.K., Sanjay Shreepali, Megh Raj Lungeli & Anup Das “Basanta (Spring Season)”
from Call of Flute (Kathmandu Music Center 2012) —The CD jacket notes call this a "mountain folk song"


Shyam Sharan Nepali, Raman Maharjan & Sushil Bishwokarma “My Beloved”
from Journey to Nepal (SAC www.sacmusicnepal.com 2002) —I seen it written that 6/8 is the most common rhythm in World Music - this is the most "easterly" example I have heard


Shyam Sharan Nepali, Raman Maharjan & Sushil Bishwokarma “Resham Firiri (Way to Annapurna Base Camp)”
from Journey to Nepal (SAC www.sacmusicnepal.com 2002) —And we end the Nepalese portion of this show with the same tune we started with, the trekking song Resham Firiri, this time in an instrumental version.


Ravi Shankar “Dhun”
from Ragas And Talas (Angel 2000) —Ravi Shankar died this last year at the age of 92. his influence on both Western and Indian music cannot be underestimated. This is a tribute to him.


Alash “Ondar Girls”
from Buura ((private label) 2012) —this is Tuvan throat singing. The Tuvans (from Mongolia) do 4 types of throat singing. The Tibetan and Nepalese monk do one, where they drop their voices down an octave. For the Tibetans it is for meditation and religious chants.


Alash “The Reindeer Herder's Song”
from Buura ((private label) 2012) —(only part played)

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