Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Oct 24th 2010 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Grigoris Maninakis “Katinoula” from I Bomba (AEPI 2002) —recorded in New York. RembetikaBuy it!
Grigoris Maninakis “Pipina-Pipinaki” from I Bomba (AEPI 2002)Buy it!
Anon. Band “To Tsifteteli tou L. Bourneli - inst.” from Tsiftetilia Dances (Pan-Vox (LP) 1972)Buy it!
The Hellenic Music Archives Ensemble “Konstantinia” from Constantinople, Sea of Marmara, Bithynia (FM)Buy it!
The Hellenic Music Archives Ensemble “Kaliantra” from Constantinople, Sea of Maramara, Bithynia (FM)Buy it!
Manolis Barberakis “ke tous ehtous mou agapo” from Tseftetelia Dances (Pan-Vox (LP) 1972)Buy it!
Christos Govetas “Sinnefiase, sinnefiase” from Pasatempo, Rebetika With Christos Govetas (Christos Govetas www.kyklosmusic.com 2006) —here with Ruth Hunter. This is a Zeibekiko (slow 9/8)Buy it!
Sophia Bilides “Dervisaki (dervish)” from Greek Legacy (E. Thomas Recordings 2006) —this also is a ZeimbekikoBuy it!
Christos Govetas “Mes Tis Pendelis Ta Vouna” from Pasatempo, Rebetika With Christos Govetas (Christos Govetas www.kyklosmusic.com 2006)Buy it!
Grigoris Maninakis “Glykeria mou Persephone” from I Bomba (AEPI 2002)Buy it!
Sophia Bilides “Me Yelase (i Was Deceived)” from Greek Legacy (E. Thomas Recordings 2006)Buy it!
Michalis Jenitsaris “Ladades” from The Diaspora of Rembetiko (Network) —another Zeimbekiko, accented a bit differentlyBuy it!
Savvina Yannatou and Primavera en Salonico “el sueno de la hija del rey” from Spring in Salonica (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995) —this and the next track show music from the Sephardic Jewish traditionBuy it!
Savvina Yannatou and Primavera en Salonico “Alta Es la Luna” from Spring in Salonica (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995)Buy it!
Richard A. Hagopian / Hachig Kazarian / Buddy Sarkissian “Karsilama” from Kef Time (Traditional Crossroads 2005) —this is the classic recording of Armenian music of the diasporaBuy it!
Alan Shavarsh Bardezbanian “Voch Me Dzaleeg” from Oud Masterpieces (ARCMUSIC 2007) —this is in curcuna rhythm = 10/8 divided 3+2+2+3Buy it!
Alan Shavarsh Bardezbanian “Hicazkar sirto” from Oud Masterpieces (ARCMUSIC 2007) —tis is in 8 divided 3+3+2Buy it!
Richard A. Hagopian / Hachig Kazarian / Buddy Sarkissian “Sulukule” from Kef Time (Traditional Crossroads 2005)Buy it!
Mustafa Kandirali “Mastika” from Caz Roman (Network 1992) —this famous song, here done as an instrumental, is in 9/8Buy it!
Kara Murat _ Yarimdünya Hasan ve Arkadaslari “Mastika” from Sulukule Romanlari (Senay Plak) —this is the same tune as the preceding, but in a very different arrangementBuy it!
Ensemble Morkos “"Yâ malîha l-lamâ wa-hulwa t-tathanni"” from Cèdre (l'empreinte digitale) —music urban Arabic traditionBuy it!
Zohreh Jooya “Papusolemani” from A Journey to Persia (Koch World) —PersianBuy it!
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