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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun May 6th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun May 6th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:00pm

Tanec “Majskovo oro”
from Tanec RTB LPV-1211) (RTB) —this is in 18/8 divided 11+7, or 2+2+3+2+2+3+2+2

4:05pm

Trajce Trenkoski “Penčo Vojvoda oro”
from Trajce Trenkoski (MRT) —This show is all music from the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, a mainly Slavic-speaking country that also has numbers of Albanians, Roma and Turks

4:09pm

Trajce Trenkoski “Eleno oro”
from Trajce Trenkoski (MRT) —this dance is done a lot in Northern Bulgaria, but has spread in the last 100 years to FYR Macedonia and is even done in northern Greece

4:13pm

Tanec “Žetarski Pesni”
from Tanec RTB LPV 1210 (RTB) —this is "National Ensemble" music from the largest of the old Tito-era ensembles

4:21pm

duet Divna Gieva - Dušica Bojadžijeva “Digni si mare mori očite”
from Tanec (RTB LPV 1236) (RTB) —this tune is in 9/8 divided 2+3+2+2

4:24pm

Ćalgii “Oj Zarino prva sevdo”
from Староградски Бисери со чалгиите на МРТ (MRT (cassette)) —this is urban "starogradski" music played by a Ćalgija ensemble

4:27pm

Pece Atanasovski ens. “Ovčepolsko Oro”
from Macedonian Dances Of Pece Atanasovski 2 (BM www.bourque/moreau.com 2002) —one of the signature pieces (in 11/8) by the legendary bagpipe player Pece Atanasovski, who actually visited St. Louis about 33 years ago, and is now deceased

4:30pm

Bapčorki “Koga osunva Pustata Streda”
from (45 rpm disc) (RTB) —this famous female vocal trio is here accompanied in "izvoren" style

4:35pm

Pece Atanasovski ens. “Sitna Lisa”
from Macedonian Dances Of Pece Atanasovski 2 (BM www.bourque/moreau.com 2002) —another dance tune played in "izvoren" style

4:42pm

Tale Ognenovski i nar. orkestar Golevski-Nančevski “Nevenino oro”
from Makedonska Ora (EPY-3851) (Jugoton) —this style is that of radio Skopje and is derived from the urban tradition

4:44pm

Stefče Stojkovski “More Mi Stanala”
from Macedonian Songs And Dances From Tikvesh Region ((self) 2010) —this song in 7/8 (3+2+2) is in the "izvoren" style as it is currently being played by its greatest contemporary exponent

4:53pm

Various Artists (tambura player not listed) “Reka Na Životot (Tambura)”
from Ezgija (Mister 2009)

5:05pm

Meglenki “Sarakino (Meglinki, from Amolpias, AEgean Macedonia)”
from Meglenki (PTC (Radio Televizia Skopje)) —song in 7/8

5:07pm

Μουσικοακρίτες “Σαρακίνα”
from Μακεδονικές Μουσικές Ρίζες ((self) 1998) —A Greek group doing the preceding tune in their homage to the "izvoren" style

5:09pm

Kaval so Tambura duet “Dejgidi ludi mladi godini”
from The Art of Macedonian Kaval (Mister 2008)

5:14pm

Goran Alački “Blaženo Estradno oro”
from Goran Alački (Mister 1995) —In his youth, Goran Alački was a firebrand of the accordion; now he plays in more traditional style, and even has a 3-CD set out with traditional dances.

5:22pm

Jove Kekenovski “Vardarski Vez”
from Makedonska Ora (Jugoton (cassette)) —this musician won first prize in accordion 3 times.

5:25pm

Jove Kekenovski “Kukusko oro”
from Makedonska Ora (Jugoton (cassette)) —this is in "Eleno Mome" rhythm

5:28pm

Blagoja Deskoski “Abre momce Makedonce”
from Blagoja Deskoski - violina (MRT)

5:31pm

Blagoja Deskoski “Ribarsko Oro”
from Blagoja Deskoski - violina (MRT) —tune in 9/8

4:35pm

Vaska Ilieva & ans. Stevo Teodosievski “Iznika mi Badem Drvo”
from Macedonia (Monitor) —this LP recording from the 1960's, a re-issue of Yugoslav recordings, did more than any other to publicize Slavic Macedonian music in the US. Vaska Ilieva was a very well-know singer in Yugoslavian Macedonia at the time.

4:39pm

Vaska Ilieva & ans. Stevo Teodosievski “Ostanala Žena Udovica”
from Macedonia (Monitor)

5:42pm

Various Artists “Zelena Gora (Kaval)”
from Ezgija (Mister 2009)

5:47pm

Milaim Destanovski “Goce Berberot”
from Etno Maleš ((self) 2011) —This Macedonian Rom kaval player comes from Berovo and is normally regarded as a resource for traditional material. This is his creative side.


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

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