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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jan 12th 2014

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jan 12th 2014 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


Lela Tataraidze “Janghi. (Morning Fog)”
from Janghi (Morning Fog) (Pan 2000) —This show is devoted to women singers who have changed the way I hear music. There are so Many of them I have decided to stay just in the southern Balkans and the Caucasus and Turkey for this show. This singer is from Soviet Georgia, a male-donminated b


Lela Tataraidze “Shatilis Asulo”
from Janghi (Morning Fog) (Pan 2000)


Ciğdem Aslan “Bir allah”
from Mortissa (Asphalt Tango www.asphalt-tango.de 2013) —A singer of Turkish background who sings songs from the Rembetic Greek tradition as a well as Turkish


Ciğdem Aslan “Pane gia to praso”
from Mortissa (Asphalt Tango www.asphalt-tango.de 2013)


Tasia Verra “Ton idio ilio vlepoume”
from Elato - tragoudoun gia ton Elato (FM 2004)


Xanthippi Karathanassi “Stamboulou (Stamoulou - Halkidiki, Macedonia)”
from Songs and tunes of Macedonia (Crete University Press 1992) —a wonderful un-metered song from Greek Macedonia


Xanthippi Karathanassi “All night long she walked to and fro (Oli Ti Nixta Perpatouse - Halkidiki, Macedonia)”
from Songs and tunes of Macedonia (Crete University Press 1992) —a song in kalamatiano rhythm (7/8 divided 3+2+2)


Pella Nikolaidou, Giorgos Poulantsaklis “'Ο χυρη μ' αρ'εφυεν (Αργο διπατ)”
from Εν πολυχορδον οργανον εκ Ποντοθ Κεμανεσ (Iris 2007) —the daughter of the famous Pontic Greek singer Stathis Nikolaidis, she has become a great singer in her own right, but has no solo recordings out, only some guest slots on CDs featuring other musicians.


Pela Nikolaidou, Babis Kemanetzidis “Gourban se son to theleman”
from M' enan lalian ki enan kardian (Legend 2011) —From her latest CD with singer and kementse player Babis Kemanetzidis. The YouTube video of this is quite a feast.


Muammer Ketencoğlu, Brenna MacCrimmon, Sumru Ağryürüyen, Cevdet Erek “Çobankat”
from Ayde Mori (Kalan www.kalan.com 2001) —one Canadian and several Turkish musicians doing a famous Albanian song.


Merita Halili “Ku T'ka Ala Moj Kumrie”
from Unblocked - Music Of Eastern Europe [Disc 3] (Elipsis Arts 1997) —Merita Halili is one of the best known- singers in all of Albania, but moved to the US several years ago. She is from Central Albania,, and now performs with her husband, who is from Kosovë in former Yugoslavia. This recording was made while she was liv


Merita Halili & Raif Hyseni “Ani more nuse”
from 100 Vjet Muzike ((private) 2012) —Here Meritia Halili is singing with an instrumental group led by her husband Raif Hyseni, at a concert in celebration last year of the 100th anniversary if the independence of Albania


Eli Fara “Osman Taka”
from më thotë zemra ((private)) —another famous song, this one is south Albanian style


Eli Fara “Hajde Merre Furken (Çupë e vogë)”
from Hitet Popullore (Fuga)


Eli Fara “Ah kjo zemer”
from Maratona volumi 4 (Elrodi 2009)


Remzie Osmani “Kur bashkon hana dy nana”
from Rapsodët Sëbashku (Fenix) —a singer from Kosovo/Kosovë, now living in exile, but still recording in Germany and Albania


Remzie Osmani “Kur Bie Tupani i Parë”
from Remzie Osmani (RTP (cassette) 1988) —a very early recording by the same singer, in the studio folk style popular in the days of former Yugoslavia


Dùnya & Brenna MacCrimmon “Bağlamamın Düğümü”
from Dünya Size Güller Bize (Dünya 2009) —we move on to Turkey, with more songs with Brenna MacCrimmon


Dùnya & Brenna MacCrimmon “Şu Dirmilin Çalgısı (dance songs from the country-2)”
from Dünya Size Güller Bize (Dünya 2009) —a song in 9, divided 2+2+2+3


Dùnya & Brenna MacCrimmon “Dere Geliyor (dance songs from the country-3)”
from Dünya Size Güller Bize (Dünya 2009) —a continuation of the previous song


Zara “Gitme Bülbül”
from Turkurlerle - -Konya (Ulus Müzik www.ulusmuzik.com 2005) —a Turkish song from central Anatolia


Zara “Kahve Yemenden Gelir”
from Türkiye - Edirne (Ulus Müzik www.ulusmuzik.com 1999) —A Turkish song from the "European" side of the Bosphorus in Turkey - in the favorite rhythm of the area, 9/8


Hülya Polat “Köyüm Cennet”
from Niye Utaniyisun (MSR Prodüksiyon 2002)

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