Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Jul 28th 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Time zone: central
Sava i Stanimir Jeremić “Moravac”
from Sava i Stanimir Jeremić (Jugoton 1974) —Today we are going to Serbia, in honor of the upcomeing Serbfest 2013 to be held August 3-4 at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church, just off Russell East of Jefferson. We begin with the most famous of the Serbian Kolo tunes, Moravac
Vladeta Kandić-Kanda “Najciganskije vašarsko kolo”
from (45 rpm disc, SBK 0493) (Beograd Disk) —this Rom fiddle player began reviving the "Gypsy" style of playing over 30 years ago; this piece celebrates the style, which includes a lot of vocalizations along with instrumental playing, a practice dating from when the Roma could not afford instruments
Danilo Kozarski & Melvin Dokich with Kapugi bros. orch. “Sitno Kolo”
from (78 rpm disc) (Balkan (78 rpm record)) —recorded with a tamburica band in the US, this a great example of the classic Serbian fiddle duet style that almost died out in Serbia.
Gordana Lazarović “Slavuj Pile”
from Noć Meraka (pesme iz zona zamfirove - "Ikove Slave") (Jugoton (LP) 1977)
Narodni Orkestar Vlastimira Pavlovica Carevca (1957-1964) “Splet pesama i igara (Striži mome-Cigančica-Moj Borije-Carevčevo kolo)”
from Zapisano u vremenu [Disc 1] (RTS/PCP 1997) —Pavlović himself was a fiddle player as well as the band leader, and was a great musical presence in the "Bohemian quarter" of Belgrade after the war. They start with a slow song, go into a fast Cigančica in 7/8, go back into a slow song and end in a kol
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