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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Mar 27th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Mar 27th 2011 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


Di Galitzyaner Klezmorim “Skocna”
from "Nokh Amol" (Art CD) —this is a Polish Klezmer group


Savina Yannatou & Primavera en Salonico “los bibilicos/alta es la luna”
from Primavera en Salonico (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995)


Hesperion XX “Moricos los mis moricos”
from Music from Christian and Jewish Spain (Virgin Veritas 1976) —medieval music from Spain


Ensemble Florata “Siete Hijos Tiene Hanna”
from Far Away Lands (ASV 1997)


Ensemble Florata “El Marido Disfrazado”
from Far Away Lands (ASV 1997)


Ensemble Lyrique Iberique “Porke Yorach blanca ninya”
from Romances Judéo-Espagnoles (Harmonia Mundi 1992) —the Oud player is Nabil ibn Khalidi; singer = Dominique Thibaudat


Voice of the Turtle “Ija mia”
from Balkan Vistas - Spanish Dreams (TITANIC 1991) —the mother offers her daughter several husband, but she rejects them all except for a drunkard - the song is from Bulgaria


Voice of the Turtle “Todo Bueno Tengo”
from Music of the Spanish Jews of Turkey (TITANIC 1989)


Voice of the Turtle “Azeremoz una merenda”
from From the shores of the Golden Horn (TITANIC 1989) —more music from the Sephardic Jewish community of Istanbul


Karmon Israeli Singers & Dancers “Erev shel shoshanim”
from Songs of the Sabras (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 1959) —from Israel


The Pennywhistlers “Di Arbuzn”
from The Pennywhitlers (Nonesuch (LP)) —a Russian Jewish song


Mikveh “Baleboste Zisinke (Sweet Woman)”
from Mikveh (Traditional Crossroads 2005)


Nikitov “Hora Di Gitar / Farkoyfn Di Sapozhkelekh”
from Vanderlust (self 2006)


Transkapela “Chasydzki Weselny/Chassid (Kosid) wedding dance”
from Sounds & Shadows (Konador 2005) —this is also available "in the west" on ARC


Constantin Lupu, Constantin Negel “sirba pe batai ca la vorona”
from Roots of Klezmer (Lost Trails 2005)


Joseph Moskowitz “Sadigurer-Chusid”
from The Art of the Cymbalom (Rounder www.rounder.com 1996) —recorded in New York by this musician who had played in Eastern Europe


Brave Old World “Kolomeykes”
from Klezmer Music (Flying Fish Records 1990) —this is a Hutsul Ukrainian couple dance, in its Jewish version.


Odessa Klezmer band “054 - Horace Morton's. . .p.3 - 06/13/1940”
from Isaac's Dry Tree (Etnofon 2000)


Khevrisa “Old Moldavian Klezmer Suite In E: Buhusher Khosid”
from European Klezmer Music (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings www.folkways.si.edu 2000)

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