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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jan 1st 2012

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jan 1st 2012 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

4:01pm

Szvorák Kati “Óévbúcsúztató”
from Ènekeim (REP 1995) —an "old year off" song from Szatmar county in Hungary

4:05pm

Monarchia orchestra & Kati Szvorák “Moravian & Slovak carnival songs”
from télkergetõ (winter chasing)/Fasching in Mitteleuropa (Hungaroton 2003) —here begins a set of Fasching songs - Fasching begins usually on January 6 and is "Winter Carnival"

4:11pm

Monarchia orchestra & Kati Szvorák “Ked' si videl že nemôžem/Fašiangske polky”
from télkergetõ (winter chasing)/Fasching in Mitteleuropa (Hungaroton 2003)

4:22pm

Boys of the Lough “A Midwinter Waltz/Bridgie Can Mat's/The Lakes Of Sligo/Thadelo's”
from Midwinter Live (Lough 2007)

4:29pm

Boys of the Lough “Her Long Brown Hair Flowed Down Her Back/The Hunter's Purse/The Green Mountain/The Man Of The House/Matt People's Reel”
from Midwinter Live (Lough 2007)

4:36pm

Triakel “Good Morning to You Master Dear (God morgon här kär fader vär)”
from WinterSongs (Northside 2001)

4:38pm

Māris Muktupāvels & Dzēra alu, spēlēja un dziedāja “Kas Dzer Alu”
from Alus Dziesmas (UPE www.upe.lv 2001) —this and the next are drinking songs from Latvia

4:49pm

Plektronite “Mazurkat 1282 & 1294”
from Plektroniitit Tuloo! (Skycap www.perinneaarkku.net/plektronite 2005) —Plektronite is Juha-Matti Kurra, Petri Prauda, & Jarmo Romppanen

4:52pm

Liisa Matveinen & Tellu Virkkala “Katri”
from Mateli (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1999) —these are songs in the "Runic" style composed decades ago by a woman in her youth, and that were discoved when she was quite old. They have a very strong feminist and Pagan overtone, and breathtakingly beautiful imagery

4:55pm

Plektronite “Il Ööpari/Il Mäläskä/I Tallarin Polska”
from Plektroniitit Tuloo! (Skycap www.perinneaarkku.net/plektronite 2005)

5:10pm

Petri Hakala “Syrjälän Kaapon Polska”
from Trad. (PHCD 2007) —all on a Martin guitar...

5:13pm

Petri Hakala “Karlssonin Valssit”
from Trad. (PHCD 2007) —one guy on mandola!

5:20pm

Tallari “Poloinen Poika”
from Virtaa (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1999) —that unearthly high note near the end was from Tellu Virkkala

5:26pm

Tallari “Polska Efter Blinda-Pelle”
from Virtaa (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1999)

5:29pm

Ulla Katajavuori “Shepherd's Polska”
from Best of Kantele (Finlandia) —played on the Kantele, a table harp that is practically the national instrument

5:34pm

Me Naiset “Krajsa, rajsa (Mordvian song)”
from Me Naiset (Folk Music Institute 2001) —a "runic song" in its original form

5:36pm

Varttina “Ukko Lumi”
from Oi Dai (Northside 2000) —another runic song, this time done up as folk-rock

5:38pm

Varttina “Marilaulu”
from Oi Dai (Northside 2000) —issued originally on Spirit in 1991, the recording I actually used on the show

5:41pm

Niekku “Hambo vid Fäbodan”
from Niekku 2 (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1989)

5:44pm

JPP “Pirun Polska”
from Devil's Polska (Green Linnet 1994) —This is actually played from the original, and longer Finnish recording of 1992

5:45pm

Niekku “Yläsävelpolska”
from Niekku 2 (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1989) —this features the sound of the birchbark flute, played on overtones

5:51pm

Pirnales “Palpan Killi”
from Pirnales (Olarin Musiikki Oy 1989)

5:54pm

Ottopasuuna “Kolmospolska”
from Ottopasuuna (Green Linnet 1993) —if this has a slightly Irish feel to it it is because this group began as a Celtic music group and switched to Finish music

5:57pm

Pirnales “Rantosen Polskat”
from Aquas (Kansanmusiikki-Instituutti 1992) —featuring the sound of the bowed Jouhikko


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