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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Oct 17th 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Oct 17th 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


Sava Jeremic “Carevka” from Sava i Stanimir Jeremić (Jugoton (LP) 1974) —this old LP still is a milestone in recorded Serbian musicBuy it!


Sava Jeremic “Banjski Čačak” from Sava i Stanimir Jeremić (Jugoton (LP) 1974)Buy it!


Vitomir Stanojević “Zaječarka” from Majske Ruže - kola na fruli (Take it or leave it) —Zaječar is in east Serbia, where the Vlachs live...Buy it!


Radulovic-Jovanovic duet “Jedva čekam da nedelja dode” from Oj Golube (RTS /PGP)Buy it!


(Anon.) “Dimitrije, sine Mitre” from Oj Golube (RTS/PCP)Buy it!


(Anon.) “na uskrs sam se roldila” from Oj Golube (RTS/PCP)Buy it!


Olivera Katarina “Verka Kaluđerka” from Olivera Katarina - 1 (RTS/PCP)Buy it!


Olivera Katarina “Maruška” from Olivera Katarina - 1 (RTS/PCP) —this is really a Romanian song, but a lot of Romanian music from across the Serbian border has been taken up by Vlachs and Roma musicians (as here)Buy it!


Rudy Grasha and orch “Frula Airs” from Srcem i Dušom ((self)) —this is a group from Tennessee which began in the Slavic community in PittsburghBuy it!


orch. at radio Beograd “Čačak kolo” from Što Grad Smederevo (LP) (Jugoton)Buy it!


Rudy Grasha and orch. “Krca, krca/Leskovčko kolo” from Srcem i Dušom ((self)) —this part song ends with a čačakBuy it!


George Skrbina Tamburitza orchestra “Omer Reše” from Happy Tamburitza Melodies (London (LP))Buy it!


Bora Dugić “Moravska Pletenica” from Kola - Bora Dugić - virtuozna frula (RTB)Buy it!


Ljubiša Pavković “Niški Sa Sa” from Pavketov Stakato (RTB)Buy it!


Ljubiša Pavković “Boćino Kolo” from Pavketov Stakato (RTB)Buy it!


Slobodan Radovančević “Kačerac” from Zlatne Frule ((private issue)) —this disc features winners of the big frula contest in Serbia. Kačerac is an old dance tune rarely played this elaboratelyBuy it!


Radojke i Tineta Živković “Harmonikaško Kolo” from (45 rpm disc -no title) (RTB) —this was the most famous accordeon duo in former Yugoslavia, and they set the style. This is one of their signature tunes.Buy it!


Radojke i Tineta Živković “Radomirsko Kolo” from (45 rpm disc - no title) (RTB) —another signature tune. The duet was unusual for its time since there was a woman as one of the members, and most folks felt she was the better musician. SheBuy it!


Gordana Lazarović “Zone Zamfirove” from Noć Meraka (Jugoton (LP)) —slow song in urban styleBuy it!


Gordana Lazarović “Merak, Merak” from Noć Meraka (Jugoton (LP))Buy it!


Vitomir Stanojević “Kučevljanka” from Vlaška Kola na Frula (Take it or leave it) —this is a slow vlainja, the 6/8 time dance typical of this area. This is one of the better frula players.Buy it!


Dragiša Pavlović “Vlaška Troika” from Vlaška Kola (RTB (LP)) —again, a slow Vlainja-style tuneBuy it!


Vitomir Stanojević “Livežanka” from Vlaška Kola na Frula (Take it or leave it) —fast VlainjaBuy it!


Dragoslav Aksentijevic Pavle and ensembl Zapis “Podunuše Sabazorski Vetrovi” from irupa (PGP/RTS) —played is a sort of reconstructed old style, as is the next track...Buy it!


Biljana Krstić with Bistrik ens. “Nisnu se zvezda” from Tarpoš ((self)) —the group comes from Niš, in East SerbiaBuy it!


Kulin Ban “Sobinka” from Kulin Ban ((self)) —again a reconstructed styleBuy it!


Sanja & Balkanika “Kermes” from BaLKan 2000 ((private)) —this wild arrangement of Serbian and Bulgarian riffs with bagpipe and women's choir represents the more punchy direction that Serbian groups are going these daysBuy it!

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