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Sun Feb 7th 2016 4.00pm–6.00pm

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5:56pm

Alash “Ondar Girls”
from Buura ((private label) 2012)

5:50pm

Baksheesh Boys “Sofke, Mori, Sofke”
from Baksheesh Boys ((self) 2003) —a song from the Republic of Macedonia, sung by some skilled, if irreverant, West Coast musicians.

5:45pm

Eva Salina Sings Šaban Bajramović “Boza Limunada”
from Lema Lema (Vogiton www.evasalina.com 2016) —The wonderful Eva Salina, an American who has "inhabited" this music for many years, singing songs composed by the late Šaban Bajramović

5:40pm

Fanfare Ciocarlia “Ah Ya Bibi”
from Radio Pascani (Piranha 1999) —brass music in the new Manea style

5:36pm

Anatol Ștefăneț “Opinca”
from Moldavie - L'art du bratsch (alto) volume 2 (Buda Records 1997) —both this and the next track are from northern Moldova, this one traditional, but next part of a very new style that this virtuoso band picked up from Balkan Roma bands at European festivals.

5:27pm

Alexandru Bidirel “Țigăneasca”
from Alexandru Bidirel (Electrecord (LP)) —This dance can be done either in a circle, using a basket hold (interlaced arms) or as a couple dance.

5:23pm

Cristian Tanasa “Hora de la Roman”
from Moldavian Folk Music (Syncoop)

5:22pm

Ciprian Porumbescu ens. Suceava “Păhărel cu Floricele”
from Bucovina II (Electrecord (LP)) —We now switch to Bucovina, an area of northern Moldova in Romania. This is a wedding song "the flowered glass"

5:10pm

Bayar Şahin “Nani Nani”
from Horona Çağrı (Ateş Müzik 1998) —another lullaby, this tune from the Georgian tradition. I don't think the baby slept through this one...

5:06pm

Miriami Abduselişi “Nani Nana”
from Karadeniz Türküleri ((anthology, label not identified on CD)) —a lullaby to a baby whose father has died in battle, from the Georgian minority in Turkey

5:05pm

Tutarchela “Jilvelo Nanaida”
from Tutarchela - having fun ((self) 2007)

5:01pm

Mariam Matossian “Gakavig”
from Far From Home (MAM 2004)

4:44pm

Richard Hagopian “Armenian Folk Dances (feat. Jack Chalikian)”
from From Yerevan To California (Armenians in USA) (VintageMusic 2013)

4:41pm

Richard Hagopian “Seghane E Arad”
from Armenian Music Through the Ages (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings www.folkways.si.edu 1993) —This and the next 2 selections, are in a type of 10/8 rhythm called curcuna (pronouced "juruna")

4:31pm

Groupa “Polska från Bohuslän”
from Fjalar (Xource 2002)

4:26pm

Groupa “Norwegian Mood”
from Fjalar (Xource 2002)

4:23pm

Danish Quartet “Old Reinlender From Sonndala”
from Wood Works (Dacapo 2014)

4:13pm

Elena Ledda “Filugnana”
from Sardegna - Antologia della Musica Sarda [Disc 2] (Recording Arts 2003) —a Sardinian singer

4:10pm

Christina Pluhar/L'Arpeggiata/Vincenzo Capezzuto “Agapimu fidela protini”
from Mediterraneo (Virgin 2013) —music from the Greco-Salentino tradition of southern Italy

12:00am

Mísia, with Christina Pluhar: L'Arpeggiata “Cantigas de portugueses”
from Mediterraneo (Virgin 2013) —Portugese Fado music by one of the better current singers


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