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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Nov 28th 2010

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Nov 28th 2010 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

3:59pm

Gajdošská muzika souboru Valašský vojvoda “Zbojnické salašnické”
from Gajdovali gajdoši (Pisnička 1998) —this comes from the far north of Moravia, almost to the Silesian Beskidy

4:05pm

Javorník Dulcimer band “Muzika z Popova”
from Na Valašskem Bale (Supraphon) —this is in old string band style

4:08pm

Jarmila Šulaková “Konopja, konopja”
from Na Valašskem Bále (Supraphon 1993)

4:09pm

Jarmila Šulaková “Goralenka na svět...”
from Na Valašsken Bále (Supraphon) —this, and the previous track, by the incomparable queen of north Moravian music

4:19pm

Polajka “Bolí Mňa Hlvěnka -- V Širem Poli Stojala == Zdalo se mi Včeraj Večer”
from Už zme tady, už zme tu... (R&S 1992) —this is the town band of Rožnov pod Radhoštěm

4:25pm

Solan “Všeci ludé pravja”
from Vałaské pěsničky Single (G-music 2000)

4:27pm

Solan “Nechu t'a, Děvčino”
from Vałaské pěsničky Single (G-music 2000)

4:35pm

Cimbálová muzika Jaroslava Čecha and various soloists “(side B)”
from Muzicírování ve stodole (Supraphon 1986) —the anem of the album means the barn sessions = this is one single track of the second half of a party recorded in Uherské Hradiště in 1986

5:06pm

Valašský Vojvoda “Nědaleko za cestu”
from The Valašský Vojvoda (Syncoop 1994) —this is a starodavny = an old couple dance in slow polonaise rhythm

5:09pm

Valašské Vojvoda “Husličky javorove”
from The Valašský Vojvoda (Syncoop 1994)

5:11pm

Bača, with Kotár cimbalom ensemble “Zachod' slunko, zachod', Hora, hora dvě doliny--Dyž sem slúžil na tej fáře (starodavny)-- Pisně o vdávání”
from Za pěsničkú do Mezřiča.. (LM music 2002) —this group comes from Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, a town with a wonderful park containing a village museum composed of log houses and shops collected from all over the area and rebuilt into a mock-village. Food, drink and great music can be found there.

5:22pm

Bača “Špásovna točene”
from Za pěsničkú do Mezřiča... (LM music)

5:25pm

Jasénka “Valašský starodavný”
from Přes Javorník Chodník (Gnosis 2000) —this is the cimbalom band of the village of Velký Karlovic. It is not a big, traveling folk ensemble, but a town band with a tradition going back a very long time.

5:33pm

Mužsky sbor a Cimbalová Muzika JZD Obránců Lipov “Šenkerenko”
from Horňácké Pěsničky (Supraphon (LP) 1978) —This is one of the best-known songs in south Moravia and can be sung in either free-rhythm, sedlacka rhythm or, in this case, both

5:36pm

Martin Hrbač cimbalom band “Sedlácké”
from Zpěvy Horňácka (Supraphon (LP) 1987) —these songs are in the same stretched rhythm that the točena of the Valašské area is in

5:43pm

Horňácká Gajdošská muzika “Už sem sa oženiu”
from Gajdovali gajdoši (Pisnička 1998) —this is a Sedlacka-rhythm dance from the Horňacko area of Moravia

5:49pm

Anna Hulejová “Sliačanskie žartovnie”
from Diabolské Husle (EMI Czech Republic 2002) —these are joking songs from Slovakia, south of the Tatra mountains

5:56pm

L'udová hudba pri MsKS Čadca “Šedži, šedži ftej kol'aji ftača”
from Piesne z Kysúc (Akcent www.akcentrecords.sk/ 2007) —the Kysúc area in in northwest Slovakia


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