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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Sep 9th 2012

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Sep 9th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:00pm

Maria del Mar Bonet “Sa des cavaller”
from Saba de Terrer (Ariola-Eurodisc (LP) 1981) —I played this on my first show 20 years ago, and I still like the sound of this singer's voice. She is singing in Catalán, and was born on Mallorca

4:08pm

Cristina Branco “Manto De Açucenas”
from Post-Scriptum (l'empreinte digitale 2000) —This was the CD that introduced me to the great Portuguese Fado tradition

4:11pm

Mighela Cesari “Quistioni (Questions)”
from Di Li Venti, A Rosula (Compass Rose), Mighela Cesari canta Mighele Raffaelli (Chorus/Auvidis 1997) —This Corsican singer showed me there was more to Corsican music than their polyphonic vocal tradition

4:15pm

Mighela Cesari “Dimmi (Dis-moi)”
from Di Li Venti, A Rosula (Compass Rose), Mighela Cesari canta Mighele Raffaelli (Chorus/Auvidis 1997) —Corsican polyphony was an exclusively male tradition until about 25 years ago when all female and mixed groups like this were formed

4:20pm

Actores Alidos “Cantu A Ballu”
from Canti delle Donne Sarde (Finis Terra 2008) —Sardinian music - traditional dance rhythm and structure, with a modern aesthetic

4:24pm

Llangres “CA La Zarramica”
from Stura (Fonoastur www.fonoastur.com 2002) —my introduction to the bagpipe bands of the Asturian Spanish folk revival - thanks, Carlos!

4:32pm

Varttina “Seelinnikoi”
from Seleniko (Green Linnet 1992) —this was my jaw-dropping introduction to the Finnish folk revival, and still this group's best CD before they tried soft rock and new age

4:36pm

Plektronite “Mazurkat 1282 & 1294”
from Plektroniitit Tuloo! (Skycap www.perinneaarkku.net/plektronite 2005) —my favorite of the new groups

4:39pm

Hedningarna “Vottikaalina”
from Kaksi! (Silence 1992) —"the Heathens" answer to Värttinä.. - thanks for this one, Bill and Diana

4:45pm

Bukkene Bruse “Rotnheims-knut”
from Bukkene Bruse (Grappa 1993) —a Norwegian tune given the special treatment by this all-star group

4:48pm

Mats Berglund, Göran Håkansson “Polska efter Jon Andersson (major)”
from 24 Polsdanser frå Finnskogen (Finnskogen Kulturverstad 2002) —from the forests of northern Sweden

4:50pm

Ale Moller, Lena Willemark, Per Gudmundson “Frifot - Sven Marit polskan - I Buder”
from Frifot (Caprice 1991) —I found this in a catalogue shortly after starting the show and was astounded. The group came to Focal point twice; the first time the show was sparsely attended, the second time the place was packed.

4:56pm

Rasa “Es cigana delins biju”
from Musiques des rites solaires (Inedit/Auvidis 1995) —Latvian music - from their folk revival, heavy on the old layer pagan songs that had survived in the rural areas. This group and a few others kept the Latvian national folklore alive during the Soviet period, paving the way for an incredible flowering af

5:00pm

Rasa “Engelitis”
from Musiques des rites solaires (Inedit/Auvidis 1995) —the featured instrument is the kokles - a sort of table harp found in various forms from Finland all around the Baltic countries and into Russia where it is used for house music

5:02pm

Danču mūzikas grupa “Ai Dū Maikadū”
from Dūdas Latvijā (UPE www.upe.lv 2000) —This has been re-issued on ARC, available in the west

5:05pm

Maskačkas Spēlmaņi “Olenderu laiva nāca”
from Zirnīšiem skaisti ziedi (MS 2001) —this group takes a more traditional approach to Latvian music

5:08pm

Iljgji “Kalnaa Kaapu Skatiities”
from Saules Meita (UPE www.upe.lv 1998) —the most versatile of the Latvian bands - they can play ritual, old style dance music, and folk rock

5:20pm

Sondorgo “Oj Stari Starce”
from Oj Stari (Periferic Records 2005) —Serbian tambura tradition from Hungary. Any Pittsburgh Serbian bar band would recognize this style

5:23pm

Sondorgo “Jeftanovicevo Kolo”
from Oj Stari (Periferic Records 2005) —this group is made up of the sons of some of the members of Vujicsics

5:24pm

Vujicsics/Marta Sebestyen “Jozo (Ft Márta Sebestyén, Júlia Radó & Antus Vizin)”
from Podravina - Croatian Dance Melodies (Periferic Records 2001) —this band set the bar the highest for this repertoire, produced more recordings, and attracted other stars such as, here, Marta Sebestyen

5:33pm

Merita Halili “Ku T'ka Ala Moj Kumrie”
from Unblocked - Music Of Eastern Europe [Disc 3] (Elipsis Arts 1997) —The liquid voice of the incomparable Albanian singer Merita Halili can be heard live every summer at the Balkan Camps run by the EEFC (www.eefc.org)

5:38pm

Eli Fara “Osman Taka”
from më thotë zemra ((private)) —Thanks to Cees Hillebrand for this, and for 90% of the Albanian music I have played on this show

5:41pm

Qirjako, Irini “C'u mbush mali plot me krushq”
from Sorke Moj (Elrodi) —Except for her work with the polyphonic group "Ensemble Tirana", I have no recordings of this south Albanian singer in traditional repertoire.

5:47pm

Kazim Koyuncu “Narino”
from Hayde CD Album (Metropol Müzik Üretim 2004) —this starts a set of Turkish and Laz music from the Black Sea Coast

5:51pm

Karmate “Çhela”
from Nayino (Kalan Müzik 2010)

5:55pm

Hülya Polat “Laz Kizi”
from Niye Utaniyisun (MSR Prodüksiyon 2002)


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