Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Dec 26th 2010 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
Kati Szvorák with members of Téka “Karácsonyak écca kárján/Eredj Éva a padlásra/Jancsika, Jancsika” from Iglice Szívem - Magyar népdalok gzermekeknek (Hungarian Songs for Children) (Hungaroton)Buy it!
Kathona Monika “Kedves álmot hogz szerezne szülöttjének...” from Nyitva láttam Mennyország kapuját (Allegro Thaler 2004) —from the Moldvai Csangó, a Hungarian-speaking minority living on the eastern slopes of the Carpathian mountains in RomaniaBuy it!
Orkiestra św. Mikołaja i Kapela Romana Kumłyka "Czeremosz" “koleda "W niedilu rano"” from Huculskie Muzyki ((self)) —this collaboration between a Polish-Lemko Ukrainian group and a Hutsul-Ukrainian folk group has some of the most hair-raising music recently released from that cnorer of Eastern Europe. This is a "Christmas" piece, after all...Buy it!
Folklórna skupina Sliačanka pod veden-eim Blaženy Mihulcovej a Aleny Balåžecovej “Pri jasličkách” from Putovanie Panny Márie (Akcent www.akcentrecords.sk/) —songs from the northern Mountains of Slovakia, around Liptovsky SliačeBuy it!
Ján Palovič (bagpipe), with Juraj Pečník folk band “Hop, hop, Ďurina” from Vianočné a pastierske piesne (Akcent www.akcentrecords.sk/) —this features the playing of the gajdy, bellows=blown bagpipe found in Slovakia and HungaryBuy it!
Heisa & Dirk van Esbroeck, Jan Smed “Laat ons gaan om te bezoeken” from Sa Lieden, Wij Komen Wat Wensen (Eufoda) —2 versions of the same words, first by the group Heisa, then from van Esbroeck and Smed, from the Series Traditional Music from FlandersBuy it!
't Kliekske “Noyt en Wasser blijden nacht” from 't is met dees koude Winterse dagen (Alea 2000) —Flemish music from this group, known for both its exhaustive research, but also innovative musicality.Buy it!
Zespół Polski “Narodził się nam Zbawiciel” from Kolędy Polski (MTJ) —the lead singer and arranger for this group is Maria pomeniowska, who has several interesting discs out. including one showing the original influences on the piano music of ChopinBuy it!
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