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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jun 3rd 2012

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jun 3rd 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central

3:59pm

Xanthippi Karathanassi “O, stone-vaulted fountain (Brisi Mou Petrokamari - Halkidiki, Macedonia)”
from Songs and tunes of Macedonia (Crete University Press 1992) —The tune is "Raiko"; the words vary from place to place

4:05pm

Χάλκινα Ηχοχρώματα “Σόφκα”
from χορεύοντας στην Μακεδονία ((self) 2002) —a great dance - This is the first of many examples on this show of brass music from northern Greece

4:10pm

Serkos Athanasios “Zonaradiko”
from Halkina me to Serkou (Thermaikos) —A danced originally from Thrace, but now popular in Macedonia as well

4:18pm

Domna Menga & Ta Halkina tis Goumennissas “Raiko”
from Paradhosiaka (Thermaikos) —The Goumenissas town band has a huge repertoire with at least 6 CDs out, about 75% of which is dance tunes, giving an idea of the choreological richness of the area.

4:21pm

Xanthippi Karathanassi “All night long she walked to and fro (Oli Ti Nixta Perpatouse - Halkidiki, Macedonia)”
from Songs and tunes of Macedonia (Crete University Press 1992) —a kalamatiano style dance (syrto in 7/8) by one of my favorite singers

4:24pm

Μουσικοακρίτες “Πουσιτνίτσα”
from Μακεδονικές Μουσικές Ρίζες ((self) 1998) —this and the following selection are both of the same dance melody ("pousidnitsa" or "pousnitsa") - in 15/8 time. The treatment is radically different. This is a "listening" arrangement for village instruments in imitation of the Slavic Macedonian "izvo

4:28pm

Σερκος Αθανασιος “Πουσνιτσα”
from Χαλκινα Με Το Συγκροτημα Του Σερκου (Thermaikos) —see preceding notes. In this dance, the men jump up in the air and land on their knees. I have videos of this, and the dancers are all young. I wonder how ong they can do this...

4:34pm

Nikos Phillipidis “Gaida (Gaintra - Halkidiki, Macedonia)”
from Songs and tunes of Macedonia (Crete University Press 1992) —a bagpipe imitation piece, as well as a dance

4:43pm

Zizis Kokkinopoulos “Lytos”
from Akousmata Kendro-Dytikes Makedonías (Fora 2006) —this is a levendikos, roughly in a complex 9+7 rhythm

4:49pm

Zizis Kokkinopoulos “syrto medley - Kastoria & Makedonia”
from Akousmata Kendro-Dytikes Makedonías (Fora 2006) —a syrto dance set with tunes mostly from Macedonia, but some from neighboring Kastoria

5:06pm

Μουσικοακρίτες “Μπαϊντούσκινο”
from Μακεδονικές Μουσικές Ρίζες ((self) 1998) —another line dance, played in the "Izvoren" style of radio Skopje in FYR Macedonia

5:09pm

Βαγγελησ Γευγελησ “Σολο”
from Τα Χαλκινα Τησ Γουμενισσασ (Thermaikos - Vasipap) —more from the Goumenissas band - a slow intro, followed by...

5:11pm

Βαγγελησ Γευγελησ “Ασβεστοχωριτικο”
from Τα Χαλκινα Τησ Γουμενισσασ (Thermaikos - Vasipap) —dance in 7/8 = 3+2+2

5:17pm

Pangeo “Zaharoula”
from Exit Visa (Pangeo www.kyklosmusic.com 2008) —a Vlach dance from Northern Greece. The tune is quite popular, and there is even a Turkish version of it, the title of which comes from the same word for sugar that the Greek title uses. The Greeks did it first, though.

5:22pm

Vasilis Papageorgiou “Makedonikos Horos”
from Songs and Dances from Macedonia (Music Box) —this LP has a mixture of instrumentals and songs by Nitsa Tsitra and Xanthippi Karathanasi in her youth. At that time many commercial recordings of music from the area had a more "generic Greek sound"

5:25pm

Nitsa Tsitra “Xenos imoun ki irtha tora”
from Songs and Dances from Macedonia (Music Box) —in the background one can hear the sound of the Sandouri, a small cimbalom-like instrument that almost disappeared in Greece.

5:29pm

Nitsa Tsitra “Tria Kariofilia”
from Folk Songs from Macedonia (EMI - REGAL) —another dance song in kalamatiano rhythm

5:34pm

Πέτρος Γα'ι'τάνος “Άνοιξαν Τα Δέντρα Όλα”
from Σαν Τα Κρύα Τα Νερά (Mercury 2000)

5:37pm

Πέτρος Γα'ι'τάνος “Άσπρα Μου Περιστέρια”
from Σαν Τα Κρύα Τα Νερά (Mercury 2000)

5:40pm

Various Artists “I Magdalini”
from The Songs Of Macedonia [Disc 2] (FM)

5:43pm

Various Artists “To sinnefo”
from The Songs Of Macedonia [Disc 2] (FM)

5:47pm

ΧΡΥΣΟΔΑΚΤΥΛΟΙ “Lena moma(Eleno Mome)”
from ΧΡΥΣΟΔΑΚΤΥΛΟΙ (Falirea 1998) —this dance is done all over Bulgaria and neighboring FYR Macedonia; this is the way the play it in northern Greece

5:50pm

Βαβδινο μουσικο συγκρορημα (Stergios Karadimos & band) “Karsilamas”
from Ήχοι της Παραδοσης ((self) 2002) —this solo dance in 9/8 comes from Asia minor and is still done in Turkey, particularly in urban areas on the European side of the Bosphorus

12:00am

ΧΡΥΣΟΔΑΚΤΥΛΟΙ “Βαλκανικη Ρουμπα”
from ΧΡΥΣΟΔΑΚΤΥΛΟΙ (Falirea 1998) —the translation of the Greek is "Balkan Rumba" - this is in the style of Roma bands north of the border, such as Ferus Mustafov's band


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