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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun May 1st 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun May 1st 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


Esma Redzepova “Esma's Song”
from Songs of a Macedonian Gypsy (Monitor 1994) —this is the "early Esma"


Esma Redzepova-Teodosievska “Sine Stojane”
from Esma (ETA) —in paidushko rhythm


Esma Redzepova-Teodosievski “Sama Sedam”
from Esma (ETA)


Simeon Atanasov “Maško oro”
from Simeon Atanasov Single (Senator (cassette tape)) —this is in a complex 7/8 time divided 3+2+2, but syncopated


Ferus Mustafov “Oyun Havasi”
from (45 rpm disc) (RTB) —in the chalgiya style he played in his youth


Ferus Mustafov “Svadbarski Čoček”
from (45 rpm disc) (RTB) —this is in 9/8 (divided 2+2+2+3). The violin player is the Roma musician Enver Macher


Ferus Mustafov “Demirovo oro”
from Ora i Čočeci (Jugoton 1987) —This is in fast Bulgarian Pravo style. The LP was mastered in February of 1987, and is not to be confused with an album of the same title released later.


Ferus Mustafov and Ilmi Jasarov “Violetino Oro”
from Tatko i sin Mustafovi (Jugoton (LP) 1988) —when in his 20's, Mustafov built his own recording studio and controlled the quality of his recordings - excellent for their time, especially in Macedonia. The title of the album means "father and son"


Ferus Mustafov “Dada Sali”
from Macedonian Wedding Soul Cooking (Globe Style 1995) —one of the best-known tunes of this genre. Although the band here seems to just play it over and over again, they subtle variations they play around with make this a classic. They also use a "country" instrument, the zurna in the middle section.


Ferus Mustafov “Anadolski Čoček”
from Ferus King (Senator 2005) —a tune in slow 9 - very Turkish Rom ("AnadolskI" in the title refers to its Turkish origins)


Ferus Mustafov “Šutka Čoček”
from Ferus King (Senator 2005) R


Usnija Redzepova “Šunen Romalen”
from The Best of Usnija Redžepova Single (RTS/PCP) —with Serbian-style brass band


Vladimir Kandić “Aven Romalen, Aven Cavalen”
from Svirajte cigani (RTS/PCP) —a Serbian style song done with a Roma twist


Aleksandar Sisic “Romska Igra”
from Aleksandar Sisic (RTP/PGP) —the best known of the Roma fiddlers in Serbia


Aleksandar Sisic “Romaska Čarlama”
from Aleksandar Sisic (RTP/PGP)


Goran Bregovic “Underground Cocek”
from Underground (Mercury France 1995)


Boban Marković “Disko - Džumbus”
from Millenium (2000 X-produkcio 2000)


Ivo Papasov “Ivaylovsko horo”
from Best Of - Ivo Papasov (Balkanton 2000)


Ivo Papasov and His Orchestra “Hristianova Kopanitsa”
from Balkanology (Hannibal 1991)


Romica Puceanu “Ileana, Ileana”
from Suburban Bucharest (Trikont)


Fanfare din Zece Prăjini “Florica  ”
from Musique du monde - Fanfare paysanne de Zece Prâjini (Buda) —this is a field recording of the traditional style this band was famous for. Afater exposure to Balkan brass bands in Western European folk festivals, they changed their name and came out with the next recording...


Fanfare Ciocarlia “Manea Tiganilor”
from Baro Biao (Piranha 1999) —"Manea" refers to the Romanian "chochek" style


Vasile Armeanca “Alilili Monica”
from Suburban Bucharest (Trikont) —this is modern Romanian Manea

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