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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Feb 13th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Feb 13th 2011 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

4:00pm

Aynur Haşhaş “Keçe Kurdan/Kürt kızı”
from Keçe Kurdan (Kalan www.kalan.com 2004)

4:12pm

The Kamkars “Rebuar”
from Music from Kurdistan (Mariposa 1999) —this is, specifically, Kurdish music from the Urban tradition of Iran. All of this group's CDs are excellent

4:21pm

Zohreh Jooya & Hamid Golestani “Zim Zim”
from Songs from Afghanistan (Taraneh) —this can be purchased or downloaded from a number of sites. I bought the CD from a Persian music site, but it is available for download at http://www.radiojavan.com/store/album/Zohreh-Jooya-Hamid-Golestani-Ensemble-Afghan

4:39pm

Habib Khan “demonstration of the morchang”
from Rajasthani Folk Music (Saydisc 1992)

4:44pm

Sayeri Sapera and group “Kalyo”
from Musafir (Blue Flame 1992)

4:48pm

Murad Khan “Barnawa”
from Musafir (Blue Flame 1997) —this played on a flute with a drone. You can see these played on YouTube by typing "Morchang" into the search engine

5:06pm

Lead vocalists: Saraswati Devi Dhandhada and Heeralal Dhandhada “Ek Bar Piya Marward Jaojo”
from Mahala The Palace (navras 2003) —more music from Rajasthan

5:23pm

Salamat Sadïkova “Ay nuru”
from Salamat Sadikova, The Voice of Kyrgyzstan (Frequency Glide www.frequencyglide.com 2001) —this excellent CE is available on line at the label address

5:31pm

Chirgilchin “Doshpoulour”
from Aryskan's Wind (Pure Nature Music 1999)

5:36pm

Alash Ensemble “Dynggyldai”
from Alash (Alash Ensemble)

5:39pm

Asep Kosasih & Imas Permas “Bubuka, Rajah Kunsari”
from Tembang Sunda (Nimbus 1993) —this music dates from pre-Islamic times in West Java (along the Sunda straight)

5:44pm

The Tahitian Choir “Te Ture a Te Ariki”
from Tahitian Choir Vol. II: Rapa Iti (Shanachie Entertainment www.shanachie.com 2005) —this is an untutored traditional group from Oparo (Rapa Iti) which is a Pacific Island

5:51pm

The Tahitian Choir “Te Moko”
from Tahitian Choir Vol. II: Rapa Iti (Shanachie Entertainment www.shanachie.com 2005) —this is a song about a giant Lizard that was creating chaos and eating the island's people, and how the warrior Tana lured the lizard into a trap and killed it. Notice the high descant and the dropping of pitch at the end of phrases.

5:54pm

group from Oparo (Rapa Iti) “Tarema”
from The Tahitian Choir (Triloka 1992) —this is the cult recording that started it all... - the same folklorist


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.

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