Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Feb 3rd 2013 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
Divna Lazareva “Sevdalino, Maloj Mome”
from Tanec RTB LP 1301 (RTB) —This show will present music from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. We start with an LP from the 1960s, when each Yugoslav Republic had a national song and dance ensemble that was sent out both locally and abroad to introduce the world to the fo
Enver Mačer with Ferus Mustafov ork. “Ramno Prilepsko”
from RTB EP-14757 (RTB (45rpm disc)) —This is an example of Čalgija music. This style is descended from Turkish urban music and persisted in Skopje (Üsküp in Turkish), the capital of Macedonia, and other urban centers. It eventually gave rise to the čoček style that has continued to this da
Tale Ognenovski “Patruno Svadbeno oro”
from Tale Ognenovski (Radio Televizija Skopje) —almost all the great Čalgija clarinet players were Roma. The best known exception was Tale Ognenovski, who also learned classical clarinet and even made a recording of the Mozart clarinet concerto. This may explain his wonderful clarity of tone.
Dragi Spasovski With The Stefče Stojkovski Ensemble “Ozdol Ide Mlad Delija”
from Echo of My Soul—Ekoto Na Mojata Duša (Izvor Music www.izvormusic.com 2007) —5/8 + 7/8: 2+3+2+2+3 !
Angele Dimovski “Zelenikovka”
from Kavalski Odglasi ((self) www.wearesharkdad.bandcamp.com) —11/8 + 7/8: 2+2+3+2+2+3+2+2, so-called jedanaestorka ("the one in 18") rhythm. Although given a title as if it were a dance, this is really a listening piece, although I have been in a line of people doing an improvized dance to it.
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