Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Nov 4th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Windkracht Acht “Madlots”
from Op De Wilde Vaart (Pan 1994) —This show is all Dutch and Flemish music. There will be some real surprises, including a lot of tunes that have gone back and forth across the English channel.
Folkcorn “Regenwater Met Gedruis (Twist Verquist)”
from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010) —the title means "rainwater with noise in the background" - you figure it out...
Folkcorn “Jan De Mulder/Zeemans Horlepiep”
from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997) —The first song is one of those "additive refrain songs" like the "partridge in a pear tree"
from Laïs (Wild Boar Music 1998) —with this cut we cross the border from the Netherlands into northern Belgium and the Flemish tradition
from Laïs (Wild Boar Music 1998) —a bride mysteriously wanders up and down the sea shore at night in her nightgown
Twalseree “Hanen En Hennen”
from Balswaree (Wild Boar Music 2000) —I like this group because they play for dances, not just concerts. The title means "roosters and hens".
from All The Best [Disc 2] (Wild Boar Music) —this tune has been set by nearly every Flemish group there is, and by some French groups as well - this is the current street dance version
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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