Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Apr 21st 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
George & Katerina Korou “Grigoro Hasapiko”
from Paradosiako Xefantoma (alpha records 2002) —Hasapiko means "butcher's dance", but hasn't bben occupation specific for a very long time. It is among the oldest dance forms. This type is sometimes called "hassaposerviko" - "the Serbian Hasapiko" because of its fast 2/4 time and the dance's 3-measur
Mousiki Syntrofia Mas “Káto sti Roïdo (horos Baïdouska)”
from Stolidi Anthos tis Anoixis tis Prosfygias Tragoudi ((self Published)) —This begins a suite of tunes from Thracian Greece (in the northeast, at the tricorner with Turkey and Bulgaria). This is in 5/8 time, like the Bulgarian Païdushko.
Mousiki Syntrofia Mas “Melisso (horos mandilatos)”
from Stolidi Anthos tis Anoixis tis Prosfygias Tragoudi ((self Published)) —This is in 7/8. mandilatos means "handkerchief dance" - same translation for the Bulgarian name of the dance - "rûchenitsa"
Mousiki Syntrofia Mas “Bogdanos - Maro kai Peras"i Nouna Mas”
from Stolidi Anthos tis Anoixis tis Prosfygias Tragoudi ((self Published))
Giorgos Bellos, Valandis Kazandis, Kostas Bellos, & Pavlos Lazokitsios “Zagorisio”
from Oi Bantidoi/Emena to hei i moira mou/Mousikes apo to Pogoni kai Zagori ((self Published)) —The Zagorisio is a dance in slow 5/4
Ilias Kontas (voc.) with Giorgos Vrakas (klarino) & women's polyphonic group “Ta Koritsia sto Pogoni”
from Ap' ti Thespotía (General Music 2012)
Ilias Kontis (voc.) with Giorgos Vrakas (klarino) & women's polyphonic group “Delvino kai Tsamouria (Pogonisios)”
from Ap' ti Thespotía (General Music 2012) —a slow 2/4 time music with traditional harmony
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