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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Dec 16th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Dec 16th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central


Muammer Ketencoğlu, Brenna MacCrimmon, Sumru Ağryürüyen, Cevdet Erek “Grabile Ya, Nane Mori”
from Ayde Mori (Kalan www.kalan.com 2001) —Music from Macedonia recreated lovingly by a Canadian singing with a Turkish group - "music from the former Turkish empire". This show is about how music from one country can inspire musicians from another. This CD is available from www.tulumba.com


Sondorgo & Ferus Mustafov “Lilino oro”
from Söndörgö & Ferus Mustafov in concert (Sondisc 2008) —One of the most famous Macedonian Rom musicians playing with a Hungarian band that usually specializes in music from the Slavic minority of Hungary.


Muammer Ketencoğlu, Brenna MacCrimmon, Sumru Ağryürüyen, Cevdet Erek “Çobankat”
from Ayde Mori (Kalan www.kalan.com 2001) —More from this Turkish group, this time playing a famous Albanian song.


Zengő ens. “Kettős, a Marcié”
from Kettős*Partners (do-là 1995) —Hungarian <-->Scottish. The first transition is so smooth you can't tell when it happens.


Mozaik “Romanian Horă / Black Jack Grove”
from Live from the Powerhouse (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2004) —Romanian morphing into American Contra. Played here by the all-star cast of Andy Irvine, Bruce Molsky, Nikola Parov, Conal Lunny and Rens van der Zalm.


De Dannan “Two Jewish Reels Shepherds Dream-Onga Bucharesti”
from Ballroom (Green Linnet 1987) —and now an Irish band playing 2 Romanian/Klezmer tunes.


Ånon Egeland, Magnus Gustafsson, Mats Olofsson “Englische [D 26]”
from Höök!: Musik ur Svenska handskrifter från 1600- och 1700-talen (Drone 1995) —the first of 3 tunes from 17th and 18th century manuscripts from the southern Sweden. Good tunes sometimes take on lives of their own...


Orkiestra Dni Naszych “Shenny Grow”
from Odkrycia (ZAiKS) —OK, this may not be so serious. this is a Polish folk-rock group who sound like they learned this by ear...


Marta Sebestyen “Gold, Silver Or Love”
from Kismet (Ryko/Rhino 2006) —a Bosnian song, but played in in a sort of "World Music" arrangement.


Marta Sebestyen “Devoiko Mome”
from Kismet (Ryko/Rhino 2006) —A well-known Bulgarian song in Paidushko rhythm, here given an almost "New Age" treatment. This is not unusual for this artist - she began treating Hungarian material in an Avant-Garde fashion with collaborator Karoly Cserepes over 30 years ago.


Mozaik “Suleman's Kopanitsa”
from Live from the Powerhouse (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2004) —Mozaik again, with a completely danceable Kopanitsa (Gankino - 11/8 divided 2+2+3+2+2), but played with Irish instrumentation


Maria Farantouri “Kouari Kouvaraki (from a tribute to FG Lorca)”
from Tu Feggariou Ta Pathi (Lyra www.lyra.com 2009) —an "art song" composed as a Kalamatiano


Elena Ledda “Σαράντα Παλικάρια”
from Tutti Baci (Lyra www.lyra.com 2006) —a Greek song sung by a Sardinian Italian singer. This CD is interesting for interactions between the Greek and Sardinian singers and instrumentalists - see the next cut.


Elena Ledda, Savina Giannatou “Por Que Llora Blanca Nina”
from Tutti Baci (Lyra www.lyra.com 2006) —a Sephardic Jewish song, sung by Sardinian and Greek singers


Xenos “Sao Roma”
from My Mother Said (CF 1993) —an Australian band with 2 Albanian Roma players and a Digeridoo


The Balkan Noyz Boyz “Pamela's Ruchenitsa”
from Boyz Will Be Boyz ((self produced0 1991) —This fun CD, with amusing liner notes, was originally put out as a tape, but became a collector's item and is now available in CD format from cdbaby.com


The Balkan Noyz Boyz “Katerino Mome”
from Boyz Will Be Boyz ((self produced0 1991) —Tatiana Sarbinska's classic, given the west coast treatment. Their notes: "the songs asks 'what sort of mother gave birth to you, and how wild were you as a girl' - We think you'll find the answer amusing."


Baksheesh Boys “Jovano, Jovanke”
from Baksheesh Boys ((self) 2003) —this band can play in either strict style or with some really unusual arrangements.


Baksheesh Boys “Sofke, Mori, Sofke”
from Baksheesh Boys ((self) 2003) —another Macedonian song in "updated izvoren" style...


The Transsylvanians “Ki Ki Ki”
from Igen! (Westpark 2004) —Hungarian Roma music done by a Hungarian/German group


The Transsylvanians “Sukar”
from Igen! (Westpark 2004) —we will have to play ther rest of this another time...

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