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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jan 20th 2013

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jan 20th 2013 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

4:01pm

Britt-Marie Persson & Birgitta Lundin “A-dur vals i trad efter Ivar Tallroth, Uppland” from Strängalåt och lek ((self) 2003)Buy it!

4:04pm

Bla Bergens Borduner “Vårvalsen” from Blå Bergens Borduner (Amigo 1993) —the name means "spring waltz" - we can always hope...Buy it!

4:06pm

Björnlert, Löfberg och Pekkari “Polska efter August Fredin” from Mikaelidansen (Giga 2000) —not a waltz, but a polska in slow 3 with the stress on the 1st and 3rd beatsBuy it!

4:09pm

Björnlert, Löfberg och Pekkari “Polska efter Pelle Fors” from Mikaelidansen (Giga 2000) —2 fiddles, a bass, and a cittra (the chording instrument in the background)Buy it!

4:12pm

Ale Möller & Ellika Frisell “Blekingpolskan” from Ale Möller, Bouzoukispelman (Giga (LP) 1986) —this may be Ale Möller's first solo album- an LP from 1986; well, not alone - there are a lot of folks on this who became soloistsin their own rightBuy it!

4:19pm

Ale Möller & friends “Solschottis” from Ale Möller, Bouzoukispelman (Giga (LP) 1986)Buy it!

4:21pm

Ale Moller, Lena Willemark, Per Gudmundson “Frifot - Sven Marit polskan - I Buder” from Frifot (Caprice 1991) —this set of songs and dance tunes ends with a chillingly piercing 'cow-call' ("kulning")Buy it!

4:26pm

Erik Pekkari Med Pella Björnlett M Fl “Anglais” from Gubbstöt (Giga 2004) —another one of those great tunes from Scandinavia that they thought sounded "English"Buy it!

4:28pm

Olov Johansson (with Kalle Almlöf) “Hjort-Anders Stamppolska” from I Lust Och Glöd (Drone 2007) —Olov Johansson may be greatest living Nyckelharpa player. He is one of the founders of the group Väsen.Buy it!

4:34pm

Sågskära “Brudpolska From Vislanda, From P Wieselgrens Collection” from Krook!: Utgår från Samuel Krooks skildring (Drone 1997) —a bride's polska. The great "nobility" of this tune is typical of 18th century tunes from SwedenBuy it!

4:37pm

Hans Röjas & Greger Sijebo “Köpman (Boda polska after Köpman)” from Swedish Folk Fiddling (NCS (cassette) 1990) —a defy a non-dancer to pick out the stretched 3/4 in this wonderful polska from the village of Boda in DalarnaBuy it!

4:39pm

Hans Röjas & Greger Sijebo “Gråtlåt'n (polska after Hjort Anders, Bingsjö)” from Swedish Folk Fiddling (NCS (cassette) 1990)Buy it!

4:41pm

Hans Röjas & Greger Sijebo “Norrbommen (polska after Nylands Erik, Bingsjö)” from Swedish Folk Fiddling (NCS (cassette) 1990)Buy it!

4:48pm

Bob & Becky Wernerehl “Polska från Boda” from A View from Home ((self produced) 1987)Buy it!

4:51pm

Bob & Becky Wernerehl “Vals från Älvdalen” from A View from Home ((self produced) 1987) —these 2 selections show how very different 3/4 time can beBuy it!

4:53pm

Ale Möller, Mats Berglund, Greger Brändström, Lasse Sörlin & Olof Jönsson “Funäsdalingen (polska, was a Rørospols)” from Härjedalspipan (Drone 1996) —a polska tune that shows its Norwegian origins - this is a typical Røros polsBuy it!

4:57pm

Dronningens Livstykke “Niels Ebbesen” from Dronningens Livstykke 1976-1984 (Pan 1990) —this is from an LP of the Danish folk revival of the late 1970's - early '80's, reissued on CDBuy it!

5:05pm

Kvasir “Brudestykkerne / Den Søde, Den Sure Og Den Bitre” from Nye Sko / New Shoes / Nouveaux Souliers (GOFOLK www.gofolk.dk 2006) —a suite of Sonderhönig tunesBuy it!

5:09pm

Dronningens Livstykke “Reeldanse” from Dronningens Livstykke 1976-1984 (Pan 1990) —the Danish version of some tunes from elsewhere...Buy it!

5:12pm

Dronningens Livstykke “Katten I Saekken” from Dronningens Livstykke 1976-1984 (Pan 1990)Buy it!

5:15pm

Kvasir “Proptrækkeren” from Nye Sko / New Shoes / Nouveaux Souliers (GOFOLK www.gofolk.dk 2006) —another crazy irregular melody from this Danish groupBuy it!

5:19pm

Lena Willemark “När Som Gräset Det Vajar” from Lena Willemark - När Som Gräset Det Vajar (Amigo 1989) —the mandola accompaniment is by Ale MöllerBuy it!

5:23pm

Lena Willemark “Martins Begravning” from Lena Willemark - När Som Gräset Det Vajar (Amigo 1989) —"Martin's Funeral" - I should be so lucky to have this sung when I croak...Buy it!

5:26pm

Ale Möller, Mats Berglund, Greger Brändström, Lasse Sörlin & Olof Jönsson “Vals från Funäsdalen” from Härjedalspipan (Drone 1996) —a Härjedalspipa is a 6-holed recorder-like instrumentBuy it!

5:28pm

Vasen “Vals efter Jan-Olov Olsson” from Levande Väsen (Väsen Live) (Drone 1996)Buy it!

5:35pm

Susanne Rosenberg “Det Granna Bältet” from Uppa Marmorns Höga Berg (Giga 1996) —this section of the show will deal with folk songs in complex arrangements that retain a strongly local quality while still breaking with traditional instrumentationBuy it!

5:37pm

Susanne Rosenberg “De Gingo Två Pigor” from Uppa Marmorns Höga Berg (Giga 1996) —2 maidens lose their virginity with 2 sailors; the song treats the episode as fun for the girls, but ends badly for the guys when they get back to ship - the captain was not pleased...Buy it!

5:41pm

Ranarim “Morgonstjärna (The Morning Star)” from Morning Star (Northside 2007) —the title cut of this 2006 CD reissued a year later by Northside. This group has since disbanded, and copies of their CDs go for up to over &120 on some sites.Buy it!

5:49pm

Ranarim “Skulle jag sörja? (Would I grieve)” from For världen älskar vad som är brokot (Life Loves the Unexpected) (Drone 2003)Buy it!

5:52pm

Garmarna “Herr Olof (Sir Olof)” from Garmarna (Northside 2001) —a reissue of a much older CD - the first Garmarna put out, with then guest singer Emma Härdelin. This is an old tune, here done up in folk-rock style. The group later went on to even more advanced material.Buy it!

5:56pm

Frigg “Potatisvals” from Grannen ((self produced) 2010) —the tune is by Ale Möller, from his earliest days as a member of Filarfolket, but here arranged by this Finnish groupBuy it!

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