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Spinitron - KDHX: Folks of the World Sun Oct 17th 2010

Folks of the World (Music)

Sun Oct 17th 2010 8.00am–10.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Kompania Takis Loukas “Mariola et Pogonisias”
from Musiques Traditionelles d'Epire (Silex / Auvidis 1994) —This is a long "lament" from the northwest corner of Greece, up near the Albanian Border. It is followed by a slow dance in 2/4


Marta Sebestyen “Genesis - Teremetes”
from Marta Sebestyen - World Star of World Music (Hungaroton) —this is a very non-traditional tretment of an old Hungarian song


Marta Sebestyen “Devoiko Mome”
from Kismet (Ryko/Rhino 2006) —this is a bulgarian song in Pajduško rhythm, again given a very non/traditional rendering by thei Hungarian artist


Marta Sebestyen “Tavasz, tavasz”
from Apocrypha (Hannibal 1992)


Vizonto “Dance of death”
from Kor (Gong 1994) —Maoldvai Csango song, treated in a way more appropriate for Halloween...


Kati Szvorak & Kofaragok (the stonemasons) “Széki”
from Meotis (Etnofon 2000) —this is a cycle of dances from the Transylvanian village of Szék


Ando Drom “Zsa Mo”
from Phari Mamo (Network www.networkmedien.de 1997) —this is music of the Hungarian Roma (Gypsies) - this music was the private music of that population and never commercialized until recently. The first group to do this was Kalyi Jag


Paul Stinga “Suite de Muntenie”
from Sortilèges de la Musique Roumaine (Pierre Verany 1987) —this begins with a doina from southern Romania and moves into some fast dance tunes - Geamparalele (in 7/8) and ca la breaza


Gheorghe Zamfir “Suite Banateène (Doina lui Efta Botoca/Sus pe culmea dealului/Brîu Banatean/Joc de doi)”
from le Génie de la Flûte de Pan (Philips 1973) —this is an LP and, unfortunately, no longer available and has never been reissued on CD. It represents Zamfir in his best work


Brenna Maccrimmon, Cevdet Erek, Muammer Ketencioglu & Sumru Agiryürüyen “Çobankat”
from Ayde Mori (Kalan Ses www.kalan.com 2001) —This is a song from southern Albania


Brenna Maccrimmon, Cevdet Erek, Muammer Ketencioglu & Sumru Agiryürüyen “Jarnana”
from Ayde Mori (Kalan Ses www.kalan.com 2001) —another Albanian song from this wonderful Canadian singer (and Turkish band)


Mozaik “Suleman's Kopanitsa”
from Live from the Powerhouse (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2004)


De Dannan “two Jewish Reels”
from Ballroom (Green Linnet 1987) —2 genuine Jewish /Romanian tunes, done up in Irish style

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