Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Aug 22nd 2010 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Zlatne Uste “Lacin Cocek” from Do Zore ((self) www.izvormusic.com 2010) N Buy it!
Zlatne Uste “Niška Banja” from Zo Zore (self 2010)Buy it!
Brenna Maccrimmon & Sumru Agiryürüyen “Grabile, Ya Nane Mori” from Ayde Mori (Kalan Ses www.kalan.com 2001) —this is in 11/8 divided 2*2*3*2*2Buy it!
Brenna Maccrimmon, Cevdet Erek, Muammer Ketencioglu & Sumru Agiryürüyen “Ayde Vino Piyam” from Ayde Mori (Kalan Ses www.kalan.com 2001)Buy it!
Orkestar Junaci “Zoričino Kolo” from Orkestar Junaci (private 2005) —a Pittsburgh group playing a slow Serbian Kolo. the next is faster...Buy it!
Orkestar Junaci “Grizovo Kolo” from Orkestar Junaci (private 2005)Buy it!
Christos Govetas “Iha mian agapi” from Mia Kioupkiouloudha Songs From Proti Serron (Christos Govetas www.kyklosmusic.com 2009) N —from Greek MacedoniaBuy it!
Pangeo “Zaharoula” from Exit Visa (Pangeo www.kyklosmusic.com 2008) —this tune is from Northern Greece, and it's a blast to dance toBuy it!
Savvina Yannatou and Primavera en Salonico “Alta Es la Luna” from Spring in Salonica (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995) —this is Sephardic Jewish music from GreeceBuy it!
Akrites Amolpias “Popova Kerka” from Makedonikes mousikes rizes (Image ADV)Buy it!
Marem Aliev “Gajda Preshevari” from Macedonian Dances (VAW Verlag) —Albanian Rom danceBuy it!
Aliev Brothers “Vallja e Gjilanit” from (private tape - no label) (private) —This is the same sax player as in the previous cut, but with his brother, with whom he plays weddings in the south Serbia/northern Macedonia area - this is a tape from the bandBuy it!
ta Halkina tis Goumenissas “Sofka” from (private - no title) (private) —this dance from northern Greece is in typical "running style"Buy it!
Boys from Bouf “Armensko horo” from (private - from band) (private) —this dance is also called cho cho by the Greeks around Florina/LerinBuy it!
Fanis Kourouklidis “Tik Argo” from Songs and Dances of Pontos vol. 3 (Demeter Productions 2008) —this dance is from the Black Sea Coast of Turkey, from the Pontic Greek populationBuy it!
Michalis Kaliontzidis “Tanzara” from Pontian Dances (The Center for Greek Traditional Dance) —the Tamzara is found all over Eastern Turkey and neighboring parts of Armenia, and is done by many ethnic groupsBuy it!
Edessa “Yetiere” from Bereket: Nominated Best World Music Album 2009 Just Plain Folks (AgaRhythm www.edessamusic.com 2005) —this is another Pontic Greek dance in 9/8, with a similar tune to Tamzara, but it is a 3-measure dance whereas Tamzara is 4Buy it!
Trio Bulgarka - Penev “Izgreyala Mesechinka” from Trio Bulgarka-Penev - Folk Songs (Gega) —this is a song in Ruchenitsa rhythmBuy it!
Pirinski Grivatsi “Ranila Moma” from Pirinski Grivatsi -vol. 1 (VD www.vvd-r.com) —this is for the dance "ginka" and is in 7/8 divided 3+2+2Buy it!
Ibro Lolov “Novoselska Ruchenitsa” from Bulgarski Narodni hora (Sunrise Marinov www.sunrisebg.com) —this is a VERY fast ruchenitsaBuy it!
Kabile “Rachenitsa” from Traditional Music from Thrace (Self Produced 2011) —this was the house band for the EEFC Balkan camps held this year at Iroquois Springs in southern New York StateBuy it!
Kabile with Donka Koleva “Pesen na Petko voivoda” from Traditional Music from Thrace (Self Produced) —this is a song in Pravo horo rhythmBuy it!
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