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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Dec 1st 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Dec 1st 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:02pm

Angela “Ta Matia P'Agapo”
from Rebetika - Songs Of The Greek Soul (Ethnic/Auvidis 1990) —This famous Tsitsanis song opens this show of all Greek music

4:06pm

George & Katerina Korou “Grigoro Hasapiko”
from Paradosiako Xefantoma (alpha records 2002) —one of the most universal of Greek ( and a dance done in various forms all over the Balkans and Turkey) is the Hasapiko. The dance is a 3-measure dance done to 4 measure music. This bothers no one because they listen to the beat, not the melody.

4:09pm

Nikos Moraïtis “Aggelo - Angela (Tsamiko)”
from Greek Folk Instruments - Violin (FM) —Another popular dance still done in Greece is the tsamiko, always in syncopated 6/8

4:12pm

Glykeria “Hrisoula”
from Elato - tragoudoun gia ton Elato (FM 2004)

4:20pm

Sofia Kollitiri “mouskepsa pollá mandiria”
from Elato - tragoudoun gia ton Elato (FM 2004) —a tsiftetelli

4:23pm

Tasia Verra “Ton idio ilio vlepoume”
from Elato - tragoudoun gia ton Elato (FM 2004) —a syrto - another very common dance still done in Greece, and a rhythm in which many new songs are composed.

4:27pm

Βασίλης Σούκας “Νέο Αράπικο (tsifteteli)”
from Η Τέχνη Του Κλαρίνου (CD II) (Lyra www.lyra.com 2008) —another tsiftetelli. this style comes from Asia Minor; when danced to it is always solo dancing.

4:33pm

Νίκος Καλαϊντζής “Hassapikos Dance For The Day After The Wedding”
from Vol. 2: SANDOURI (FM Records)

4:36pm

Domna Samiou “I wish to climb the mountain height (Ierissos, Chalkidiki)”
from Tis Kyra-Thalassas (songs of Dame Sea) (Domna Samiou 2002) —this song is from a coastal town, but the style is "Island"

4:40pm

Giorgos Demelis, Stavros Kouskousidis, & band “Hasapiko tis polis”
from To Sygrótima Thamiris (HXO 1999) —played on a Kanonaki. "tis Polis" means from Constantinople, the original name from present day Istanbul. Primarily a Greek city, along with Smyrna (now Ismir), the Greeks were expelled in 1923 and all ended up in Athens and the port city of Pireus, thu

4:40pm

Nikos & Giasemi Saragouda “Ta Glyka Sou Heiloi”
from Tragoudia Tis Smyrnis Kai Tis Polis (Athenaiki Diskografiki) —a Karsilamas (2, occasionally 3-4) dancers facing each other, and improvised; they are always in 9/8, divided 2+2+2+3)

4:53pm

Domna Samiou “Little ship, where are you going? (Chios)”
from Tis Kyra-Thalassas (songs of Dame Sea) (Domna Samiou 2002) —This starts a medley of songs and dances from the Greek Islands

5:01pm

Michalis Terzis “Myconos: Ballos of the Marriage”
from Music of the Greek Islands (ARC 2002)

5:05pm

Michalis Terzis “Lesbos: Antikristos choros”
from Music of the Greek Islands (ARC 2002) —Antikristos is a term also used in some areas for a Karsilamas. This tune could also be used for a zeibekiko, but that dance is always solo

5:11pm

Mousiki Syntrofia Mas “Bogdanos - Maro kai Peras"i Nouna Mas”
from Stolidi Anthos tis Anoixis tis Prosfygias Tragoudi ((self Published) dolunay.bandcamp.com) —This starts a set of Thracian Greek music. The Thracian Greeks all live now in the thin strip of Greece that extends east until it hits Turkey. Manyh of the families came from modern day Bulgaria, hence the sound of this music and the typically "Bulgari

5:17pm

Sotiris Papazoglou “Manonax hara tha kam (pidihtos)”
from Tragoudia tis Thrakis No 1 (Legend 2002)

5:23pm

Marina Zografou & Orfeas “Pérasa, kalimérisa”
from Apo ti Voreia Thraki (Anatoliki Poumelia) (Kyklos) —a zonaradikos (literally "belt dance", where the dancers hold each other in the line by their waist sashes)

5:26pm

Μαρινα Ζωγραφου “Ο Μαραζιαννις”
from Από τη βόρεια θράκι (Ανατολικη Ρωμυλία) (Kyklos) —This is a Bulgarian tune, here sung with Greek words. The rhythm is a mandilatos ("handkerchief dance" - Bulgarian word is the same - "rûchenitsa") in 7/8 divided 2+2+3

5:29pm

Marina Zografou & Orfeas “Mour', pos na kamou”
from Apo ti Voreia Thraki (Anatoliki Poumelia) (Kyklos) —another zonaradiko

5:35pm

Nikos Manias “ΠΕΡΝΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΔΕΝ ΜΕ ΧΑΙΡΕΤΑΣ”
from ΔΗΜΟΤΙΚΗ ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΗ - Κρητη (Minos-EMI 1995) —This starts a set of pieces from Crete

5:39pm

Nikos Manias “Flouri Konstantinato”
from ΜΟΥΣΙΚΟΙ ΘΥΣΑΥΡΟΙ ΤΙΣ ΚΡΗΤΗΣ (Cretophone 2009) —same singer, but a more traditional sound - singer, lyra (vertical fiddle), and laouto (a sort of fretted lute).

5:42pm

Βασιλης Σκουλας “Στο Ξέσπασμα Του Φεγγάριου”
from Cretan Anthology (Music Box International 2003) —an obviously modern style song

5:48pm

Nikos & Manolis Karavirakis “Kritikos-Stiakos Pidihtos”
from Crete: Best of Music & Dances [Disc 2] (FM)

5:52pm

Vasilis Skoulas “ΔΕΝ ΘΕΛΩ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥ ΤΟ ΚΑΚΟ”
from Του εροντα και τοθ Καιμου (EMI 1998)

5:57pm

Kompania Takis Loukas “Sevda”
from Musiques traditionnelles d'Epire (Silex 1994) —from Epirus


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