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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Apr 24th 2011

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Apr 24th 2011 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

4:00pm

Elemer Balogh “Nóta, Csárdás, és Csípd meg, bogar”
from Virtuoso Cymbalo and Clarinet Solos (Qualiton (LP)) —this is the uncle of Kalman Balogh, a cimbalom player who works with many of the current Hungarian bands. These pieces are in the old "café style"

4:07pm

Apollónia KOVÁCS & Lajos BOROSS and his Gypsy Band “Cigányleány, viragszál/ Nem Szeretem én a babot/ Adjon isten szereket”
from Hej, Deládé, Deládé gypsy songs (Hungaroton) —listen to guys in the background doing "mouth music" - only the Roma did this in this style

4:16pm

Kalyi Jag “Rolled song from Szatmár”
from Gypsy Folk Songs from Hungary (Hungaroton 1990) —originally recorded in 1887 as an LP

4:19pm

Kalyi Jag “Rolled song from Szekszárd”
from Gypsy Folk Songs from Hungary (Hungaroton 1990)

4:27pm

Kalyi Jag “Kalo Pirano”
from Cigányszerelem (Kalyi 1998) —"black lover"

4:29pm

Romanyi Rota “Ásél láké”
from "O Cérháriko" (Etnofon 1994)

4:32pm

Romanyi Rota “Sziman khere dujseja (I have 2 daughters at home)”
from Báro Drom Szász (Etnofon 2009)

4:40pm

Ando Drom “Mori gázsbi”
from Ando Drom (WMD 1995) —note the finger napping and milk jug as the only "instrumentation" for this rolled song - quite purist, compared with their later work

4:45pm

Ando Drom “Na Kamel Ma”
from Phari Mamo (Network www.networkmedien.de 1997)

4:55pm

Besh O Drom “Pergetö”
from Can't Make Me! (Asphalt Tango Records 2005)

5:04pm

Szászcsávás band “scat Csárdás and Szokö/with instruments”
from Live in Chicago ((self) www.wearesharkdad.bandcamp.com) —these guys come from a village in Transylvania that originally had Romanians, Hungarians, Germans and Roma living there. These are the dances the Roma do for themselves.

5:17pm

Kalyi Jag “Rumelaj”
from Gypsy Folk Songs from Hungary (Hungaroton 1990) —"Balkan Style"

5:22pm

Ferus Mustafov “Vesel Čoček”
from (45 rpm disc) (RTB) —this is a very early Yugoslav recording - probably from the early 1960s

5:25pm

Ferus Mustafov “Enverov Čoček”
from (45 rpm disc) (RTB) —these two tracks are music for slow solo dances preferred by the Roma

5:28pm

Ilmi Jašarov “Selsko Rûchenitsa”
from (45 rpm disc) (Beogradisk) —another solo dance, this one enjoyed by both Roma and non-Roma. Like the Bulgarian version, it is in fast 7/8

5:36pm

Esma Redzepova “Čaje Šukarije”
from Songs of a Macedonian Gypsy (Monitor 1994) —the signature song of this most famous singer. an early recording

5:39pm

Usnija Jašarova “Džulo, džulo”
from Songs of a Macedonian Gypsy (Monitor 1994)

5:44pm

Usnija Redzepova “Sedam Dana”
from 30 Godina Sa Trubom (PGP - RTS 2009) —this is Usnija Jasarova, who changed her name before her recording career took off

5:52pm

Ferus Mustafov “Romska Gajda”
from Macedonian Wedding Soul Cooking (Globe Style 1995)


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