Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Apr 10th 2011 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Brenna Maccrimmon, Sumru Ağıryürüyen, Muammer Ketencoğlu, & Cevdet Erek “Çobankat” from Ayde Mori (Kalan Ses www.kalan.com 2001) —a well-known Albanian tune, here sung by a Canadian singer with a Turkish band. Balkan music isn't just for those who live in the Balkans. Pledge your support to KDHX - www.kdhx.orgBuy it!
Eli Fara “Osman Taka” from më thotë zemra ((private))Buy it!
Jakup Kalivaci “(valle)” from Valle dhe Kaba me Klarinetë vol. 2 (FM Studio Univers)Buy it!
Behar Hoxha “(valle)” from Valle dhe Kaba me klarinetë vol. 1 (FM Studio Univers)Buy it!
Xenos “Sao roma” from My Mother Said (CF 1993) —This band gives a distinctly Australian accent to this classic southwest Balkan Roma songBuy it!
Savina Yannatou & Primavera en Salonico “Alta es la Luna” from Primavera en Salonico (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995)Buy it!
Joseph Moskowitz “Buhusher Chusid” from The Art of the Cymbalom (Rounder www.rounder.com 1996)Buy it!
Odessa Klezmer band “Lassú és gyors (slow and fast)” from Isaac's Dry Tree (Etnofon 2000) —this is actually a Moldavian Hora followed by a moderate speed dance in 2/4Buy it!
Khevrisa (Steven Greenman and W Zev Feldman) “Suite in A Minor A Freygish, D Freygish, D Minor: Sher (A)” from European Klezmer Music (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2000)Buy it!
Brave Old World “Brave Old Sirbas” from Klezmer Music (Flying Fish Records 1990)Buy it!
Budowitz “Tsum Badekns” from Wedding without a Bride (Buda Musique 2000) —the veiling of the bride. This CD goes through an entire wedding, with appropriate music for each ceremony or traditionBuy it!
Veretski Pass “Yosls Terkisher” from Veretski Pass (Golden Horn Records www.goldenhorn.com 2004)Buy it!
Veretski Pass “Makonovetskiis Skotshne” from Veretski Pass (Golden Horn Records www.goldenhorn.com 2004)Buy it!
Heveder “Verbunk, korcsos, és szöktetös (Mezökölpény)” from Eresszed, hogy menjen - Let it go ((self) 2010) —this group of dances comes from east Transylvania. The group will be in St. Louis in the near future!Buy it!
Shopski Sekstet “Oi, Shoppe, Shoppe” from String of Coins (Balkanton Trading company, ltd.) —a song in 7/8. this is from an LPBuy it!
Kostadin Gugov “More Sokol Pie” from Makedonski Hitove (Stars records www.starsrecords.com/ 1999)Buy it!
Rodopea Kaba Trio “SOBRALI SA SE, SOBRALI” from Rhodopea Kaba Trio, Vol. 1 (MCPS Master 1998)Buy it!
Rhodopea Kaba Trio “MINKA e RANO STANALA” from Rhodopea Kaba Trio, Vol. 1 (Gega New 1995)Buy it!
Nasha Pesen ensemble “Shopska horovodna” from Nasha Pesen (Monitor (LP))Buy it!
Rhodopea Kaba Trio “POUSTONO LUDO I MLADO” from Rhodopea Kaba Trio, Vol. 1 (Gega New 1995)Buy it!
Rhodopea Kaba Trio (Christina Lyutova, Verginia Ovcharova, Mariana Pavlova) “MARI MOME” from Bulgaria vol. 1 (MCPS Master 1998)Buy it!
Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble “Sluntze Gree V Nebeto (The Sun Is Shining In the Sky)” from Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble (Monitor Records) —this Monitor LP has not, to my knowledge, been transferred to CD, which, if true, is too bad: it is the group's best recorded work.Buy it!
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