Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Dec 11th 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
Jozef Kostur Sr. & Jr, Tibor Koblicek, Martin Tesak, Lubomir Tatarka “Mam Ja Brusik”
from Gajdosi 1 (Akcent www.akcentrecords.sk/ 2002) —the Slovak tradition
Konrádyho Dudácká Muzika “Zelený Kúsky”
from Domažlice sú pěkný městečko (multisonic 1997) —this very traditional bagpipe band comes from Domažlice in southwest Bohemia, and has one of the longest unbroken bagpipe traditions in Europe. These are "green tunes", one of the oldest layers of Bohemian music.
Vielleux du Bourbonnais “Papillote”
from Villeux Du Bournonnais (Jean Claude Blanc, Frederic Paris, Patrick Bouffard, Bernard Blanc) / Vielles & Cornemuses / Hurdy-Gurdies And Bagpipes (Ethnic-Auvidis 1996) —The FRench tradition did not haveto be "reconstructed" - there were still many traditional players in various regions in the 1950s-60s when the folk revival started. This and the next selection shows off the talents of all the best current players
Dan Ar Braz et Bagad Kemper “Broken Prayer”
from Dan Ar Braz et l'Heritage des Celtes - "Finisterres" (St.George (now Sony) 1997) —a very traditional band, playing with a very non-traditional one...
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