Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Apr 19th 2015 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
Synthesis “Kiradji mladi jabandji (Featuring Naum Petreski)”
from Synthesis & Naum (Featuring Naum Petreski) (intermedia 2012) —a very old Macedonian song, here given a very modern treatment. The wind player, Goce Dimovski, is the son of the excellent Kaval player Angele Dimovski, whose work I have played on this show before. The son, though has taken his work in a different dir
Dragan Dautovski Quartet “Koljo”
from Flame (DDQ records, LTD. 2013) —The rest of the show is devoted to new trends in the Republic of Macedonia in the treatment of folk melody and rhythm. This song, which sparked a new dance in Bulgaria about 15-20 years ago, has been played on this show before. It is in 9/8, and normall
Aleksandar Sarijevski, grupata Lira i orkestarot na G Dimčevski “Sokol Pie Voda Na Vardarot”
from Pesme Koje Večno Ostaju - Makedonija (RTS/PGP) —another old song in 7/8, this one heard on both sides of the Bulgarian/Macedonian border.
Duetot Timovska-Nančevski (with Kočo Petrovski ork) “Makedonsko Devojče, Kitna Šarena”
from Pesme Koje Večno Ostaju - Makedonija (RTS/PGP) —another famous old song "Macedonian girl, (like) a colorful bouquet"
Duetot Sarievski-Trpčevski (with ork. Galevski-Nančevski) “Bitola, Moj Roden Kraj”
from Pesme Koje Večno Ostaju - Makedonija (RTS/PGP) —a famous old slow song in 7/8 (like most in this genre) about the historic capital of Slavic Macdedonia, Bitola. This begins a group of "old songs everyone knows" and that you can still hear in any restaurant in Macedonia. I will intersperse them with f
Виолета томовска “До што е сонце и снегови”
from Македонски Народни Песни 2 (Macedonia Sound) —40-50 years ago (under president Tito) Macedonia flowered musically, with many styles (including those from minority groups) represented in recordings and on the radio. The first part of this show will showcase the classic songs of that era, still heard
Folk Group "OTEX" Ohrid “Ohridski Igri i pesni”
from Songs and Dances from Macedonia (BM (cassette)) —I have just returned from a trip to Albania (that's next week's show) and the Republic of Macedonia, and it is from that area that this show's music will come. I am opening with a suite of songs and dances from Ohrid, where we stayed, here played by a lo
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