Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Oct 10th 2010 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Time zone: central
from Karpatia (Gal) —played in Hutsul, Boiko, and Hungarian versions
Bozhichki “Oi, Hodit'”
from Pisni (Lavina 2005) —this group specializes in traditional renditions of traditional songs and dances
Werchowyna “Tomu Kosa”
from Składanska Łemkowska (Konador) —this disc is devoted to music of the Lemko dialect ukrainians. who live in present day Poland. Slovakia. and the transcarpathian Ukraine
Orchiestra Sw. Mikolaja “Ej, Kroczkom koni, kroczkom”
from Muzyka Gór ((self) 1992) —This is the group (Polish) that started the whole idea of "Carpathian music" rather than strictly defining musical styles by country. This is their first recording.
Orkiestra Sw. Mikolaja “O milosci pisanie przy grabieniu siana”
from O Miłośći przy grabieniu siana (af 2004) —Polish/Ukrainian song, but sung and accompanied in Romanian style. The CD was recorded in a Barn up in the mountains - you can here the door being opened at the beginning of the cut.
from Karpatia (Gal 2006) —a Lemko Ukrainian song, done up in non-traditional style
Burdon “Mikolaï/Sam pan u zloti”
from Vam Koladochka (Gal 2006) —this and the previous tracks are Carols and seasonal songs
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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