Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Jan 2nd 2011 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Time zone: central
Kati Szvorák “óévbúcsúztató” from énekeim (REP) —this is a Hungarian "old year off" songBuy it!
Folkcorn “Jan de Mulder-Zeemans horlepiep” from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997) —go to www.folkcorn.nl for more information / it is one of the best websites for a musical group that I have seen / complete words, discography, and a generous use of musical examplesBuy it!
Folkcorn “Warme Garnars” from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997)Buy it!
Folkcorn “De Kuipersbaas” from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010)Buy it!
Folkcorn “Regenwater met gedruis (Twist verquist)” from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010)Buy it!
Peter Kosovec “Sremjačko je Selo Malo/Oj Safete, Sajo Saralijo” from Stara Škola (self 2010)Buy it!
Peter Kosovec “Milica je Večerala/S one strane Dunava/Ej, Mati” from Stara Škola (self 2010)Buy it!
Robi Sestili “Ličko i Slavonsko Kolo” from Oj Jelo, jelo (self 2010) —almost all the instruments are played by Robi / multi/trackedBuy it!
Banski Starcheta “Sedi Danka” from Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny) —the best of the unaccompanied style of this groupBuy it!
Boryana Karpuzova “Prismya se moma na Stoyana” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —great instrumental about half way through. The tune is a devetorka (9/8)Buy it!
Kostadin Gugov “Tsveta Moma” from Makedonski Hitove (Stars records www.starsrecords.com 1999)Buy it!
Boryana Karpuzova “Mari Marike” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —another great instrumental in theBuy it!
Banski Starcheta “Pusta Mladost” from The Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny)Buy it!
Bozhichi “Da Hodiv Komar po Lugu” from Pisni pro Kohannya (Lavina records) —Божичі = Bozhichi is a young Ukrainian group that displays its respect for tradition by singing and playing in an older, "non-stagey" manner. Contrast this with the cuts from the group "burdon" later on.Buy it!
Bozhichi “Trikoliniï Gopak” from Pisni pro Kohannya (Lavina records)Buy it!
Burdon “Dushka Moya” from Karpatia (Gal 2006) —Lemko-Rusyn songBuy it!
Burdon “Chorna Kura” from Karpatia (Gal 2006)Buy it!
Burdon “Loboda” from Taïstra Chugaïstra (Gal 2008) —this ends with an impossible tongue-twisterBuy it!
Kvarts “Vestover” from Filigran (Kvarts 2001) —this is Fandans, followed by a RilBuy it!
Svanevit “Lagerfeldt” from Gryning (Westpark Music 2005) —a tune from Skåne in southern Sweden. This polska sounds a lot like the tunes from neighboring SmåandBuy it!
Svanevit “Åleätarns vals” from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008) —imagine - a group with both harp and sackpipa (bagpipe)! - but they aren't the first...Buy it!
Svanevit “Bellmans vals” from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008)Buy it!
Kvarts “To Setesdalgangarar” from Filigran (Kvarts 2001)Buy it!
Ilža “Radzu, muote it vacuma” from Ilža (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!
Saucējas “Nekūko, Dzeguzite” from Saucējas (Lauska www.lauska.lv 2007) —this amazingly powerful and dissonant polyphonic song is a rotāšana, or adornment song, sung by groups of women on hillocks in spring to mark the new season. They would be sung until pentacost.Buy it!
Ceiruleits “Seika moza meitineite” from Sviests 3 SINGLE (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!
Dace Prūsa with Laima Jansone “Kur Tu Skriesi Vanadziņi” from Sviests 3 (Lauska www.lauska.lv 2009)Buy it!
Laiksne “Putra” from Sviests 3 (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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