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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Oct 13th 2013

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Oct 13th 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:00pm

Klintetten “Slängpolska E. Anders Jeppsson (Skåne)”
from Klintetten 2010: Flickorna Dansa (Klintetten 2010) —This slångpolska is from Skåne in southern Sweden. Those from this area and neighboring Småland have a wonderful lilt that keeps the music from seeming laid back

4:06pm

Klintetten “Hjort-Anders Stamppolska / Bingsjöpolska”
from Klintetten 2010: Flickorna Dansa (Klintetten 2010)

4:09pm

Kollijox “Gås-Anders A-Durvals”
from Kollijox 20 År (2011) ((self) 2011)

4:11pm

Kollijox “Hör Du Flecka Lella”
from Kollijox 20 År (2011) ((self) 2011)

4:13pm

Frifot “Mikkel Per/Kus Erik”
from Sluring (Northside 2003)

4:20pm

Lena Willemark “Martins Begravning”
from Lena Willemark - När Som Gräset Det Vajar (Amigo 1989) —one of my favorite Scandinavian tracks of all time

4:23pm

Olov Johansson (with Mikael Marin) “Polska Efter August Bohlin”
from I Lust Och Glöd (Drone 2007)

4:25pm

Sym “Stomp”
from Symbiosis (Taith records www.taithrecords.co.uk 2008)

4:33pm

Klintetten “Pollonesse E. Anders Larsson (Östra Ryd)”
from Klintetten 2010: Flickorna Dansa (Klintetten 2010) —This starts a set of tunes in polonaise rhythm (not the different local spellings)

4:36pm

Kollijox “Polonäs Från Sexdregasamlingen”
from Kollijox 20 År (2011) ((self) 2011)

4:43pm

JPP “Wasulaiten Polonaise”
from String Tease (Northside 1998) —This is from Finland, but from the West coast, where there is a significant Swedish minority.

4:46pm

Ranarim “Höga berg (High Mountains)”
from For världen älskar vad som är brokot (Life Loves the Unexpected) (Drone 2003) —OK, so this doesn't fit in with th rest of these cuts at all, but I like the group, and had to inject some "joy of the dance" into the proceedings.

4:55pm

Ranarim “Slängpolskor”
from For världen älskar vad som är brokot (Life Loves the Unexpected) (Drone 2003) —This begins a set of Slångpolska tunes, mostly from the southern province of Småland

5:00pm

Toste Länne, Marie Persson* Magus Gustafsson “Östra Ryd”
from Änglarnas Språk (Drone 1992) —except for the guitar, this is a fairly traditional presentation of a wonderful old Småland dance tune.

5:02pm

The Lure “Prinsiputtalandet (slängpolska, Småland)”
from Prins I Puttalandet (Drone 2003) —So here we have bagpipes, guitar, bass, mandola, and fiddles, but still a danceable slångpolska.

5:07pm

Erika & Cecilia “Polska fr.Småland”
from Zeke (Tongång 2000)

5:10pm

Vasen “Stinas polska”
from Keyed Up (Northside 2004)

5:18pm

Erika & Cecilia “Om Än Jag Än Reste”
from Päror (Tongång 2004)

5:20pm

Erika & Cecilia “En Konstig Fan”
from Päror (Tongång 2004)

5:23pm

Svanevit “Kardborren”
from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008) —Nickelharpa, flat fiddle, and folk harp start us off, then in come the mandola and - spoons!

5:26pm

Svanevit “Tranan”
from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008) —I forgot - this group does bagpipes, too

5:33pm

Vasen “Flippen”
from Keyed Up (Northside 2004)

5:36pm

Erika & Cecilia “En Konstig Fan”
from Zeke (Tongång 2000)

5:41pm

Groupa Med Lena Willemark “Vallevan”
from Månskratt (Amigo 1990) —absolutely unclassifiable. Lena Willemark and friends.

5:49pm

Garmarna “Herr Olof (Sir Olof)”
from Garmarna (Northside 2001) —a very old song; a very new arrangement

5:53pm

Hurdy Gurdy “Attmar”
from Prototyp (Northside 2005) —...and it's still in polska rhyth

5:57pm

Frigg “Potatisvals”
from Grannen ((self produced0 2010) —this is a finnish group, but the piece is from the very first CD of Scandinavian music I ever bought and is a composition by Ale Möller.


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