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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jun 9th 2013

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jun 9th 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central


Tükrös Együttes “Kőrispataki Forgatos (Székelyföld)”
from Magyar Népzene = Hungarian Village Music (Fonó 1996) —this show is devoted to Hungarian music, in anticipation of the concert this thursday (June 13) at 7:30pm at St. Mary of Victories church, 744 S. 3rd, St. Louis, Missouri. see www.StLouisFolkDance.org


Kálmán Balogh “Vajdaszentivanyi Forgatos”
from The Art of the Gipsy Cimbalom (ARC www.arcmusic.co.uk 1998) —this, and the previous, were from Eastern Transylvania.


Düvö Együttes “Balassagyarmati Muzsika”
from Düvö 5 ((self)) —This village is in North Central Hungary, up near the Slovak border


Üsztürü “Vajdaszentiványi muzsika”
from Száraz fának muzsikája (Fonó 1997) —This group of 3 dances consists of a slow turning dance, Csárdás, and Ciganytanc


Tallabille együttes “Mikor viszi a kislány a vizet… (Somogy)”
from Táncház-Népzene 2012 (Hagyományok Háza 2012) —from Transylvania we move to the west of the Danube in central Hungary (Somogy county), with its rich repertoire of songs, here accompanied with citera and tekerõ (hurdygurdy)


Téka “Pontozó (Magyarbece)”
from Vadvirágok (Téka Alapitvány 2009) —a men's solo dance from southern Transylvania


A magyar dudzenekar (The Hungarian Pipeband) “Aki dudás akar lenni”
from Dudásom, dudásom, kedves muzsikásom (Hangvetó 2004) —more bagpipes than you would ever hear in Hungary at one time, normally, but a great tune


Tallabille együttes “Azt hittem, hogy nem kellek katonának (Alföld)”
from Uj élő népzene 18 (Hangvetó 2012) —the soprano sax and tekerõ duet is a staple of northern Great Plains music


Parapács zenekar “Alsókálosai muzsika (Gömör)(Slovakia)”
from Táncház-Népzene 2O13 (Hagyományok Háza 2013) N  —music from the Hungarian minority in Slovakia


Kiskunfélegyházi Citerazenekar “Tiszaprtján ucca ligetes...”
from Magyarországi Citera muzsika (Hungaroton (LP)) —from the southern great plains, a group of villagers playing on the citera, a sort of Appalachian lap dulcimer on steroids...


Muzsikás and Márta Sebestyén “Fuzesi Lakodalmas (Wedding In Fuzes Village) (Album Version)”
from Morning Star (Hannibal 1997) —a group of dances from the Transylvanian plains - the Mezõség


József Szaszkó “Track 03 (Citera pieces from Tura-1)”
from Magyarországi Citera muzsika (Hungaroton) —from an LP that came out in the 1970s


József Szaszkó “Track 04 (citera pieces from Tura-2)”
from Magyarországi Citera muzsika (Hungaroton) —this is only one guy on one instrument


Tükrös Zenekar “Kakukktojás: Kolozsi legényes, csárdás és sebes”
from A mi Mezőségünk (FolkEurópa 2008) —music from the Eastern Mezõség, where the music sounds more like what you would hear much farther east. Supposedly the band from this village would travel to the Kalotaszeg to play for weddings


Téka “Felkelt már a hajnalcsillag - csárdás és szökő (Magyarbece)”
from Vadvirágok (Téka Alapitvány 2009) —This and the next selection are both from southern Transylvania


Gázsa “Ádámosi Rend: a. Csárdás és szökö, b. pontozó, c. Fütty”
from Transylvanian Folk Music - Erdélyi Népzene (ABT 1998)


Egyszólam együttes “Nemespátrói ugrósok”
from Somogy (Hagyományok Háza) —this folk revival group plays in village style on shepherd's instruments. The songs are from Somogy county to the west of the Danube.


Juhos együttes “Hajladozik nádszál (Klézse)”
from Új élő népzene 19 (Táncház Egyesület 2013) N  —this is music of the Moldvai Csángó, a Hungarian dialect group living on the East slopes of the Carpathian mountains in Romania. Their music has a very different character than that of Hungarians elsewhere and the dances are more "Balkan" looking


Ifj. Szerényi Béla (klarinét), Szerényi Béla (tekerő) “A Rókusé (Tiszaújfalu)”
from Új élő népzene 19 (Táncház Egyesület 2013) N  —more music from the northern Great Plains. This is music produced by the Magyar population, usually not by professional Roma musicians


Csürrentő “Stica”
from Moldvai Csángó Tánczene (Kiadja & Fakutya 2009) —More music from the Moldvai Csángó in Romania

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