Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Jun 16th 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
Elemer Balogh “Erdély táncok”
from Virtuoso Cymbalo and Clarinet Solos (Qualiton (LP)) —This famous cimbalom player specialized in music designed for Cafe concerts - this is a "set piece', not an actual group of tunes as they would be heard in the village, but typical of "Magyar Nota" -type urban music.
Naděžda Dreslerová & Jan Rokyta and his cymbalom band “A červena zelená”
from Moravian and Slovak Folk Songs (Supraphon 1970) —this and the next cut are examples of the use of the cimbalom to accompany singing in Moravia
Anna Řezáčová & Morava Dulcimer band, Velké Pavlovice “Bolí mě hlavinka”
from Krajem beze stínu (Supraphon 1993)
Nicolae Fieraru & orch Radu Simion “Horă de ascultare”
from Nicolae Fieraru (țambal)/Petre Mihalcea (acordeon) (Electrecord (LP)) —This starts the Romanian part of the show. Most of this will be played on the larger "concert size" cimbalom.
Nicolae Fieraru & orch Radu Simion “Brează de la Micșunești”
from Nicolae Fieraru (țambal)/Petre Mihalcea (acordeon) (Electrecord (LP)) —Nicolae Fieraru live in the US now
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