Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun May 27th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm
Time zone: central
Luděk Šácha, Miroslav Kolacia, & Martin Hrbáč “Tré primášé”
from Antologie moravské lidové hudby 1 Horňácko (Indies Scope Indies.eu 2011) —the rhythm is called sedlacka, and is found all along the border, as well as in parts of Romania and even in southern Albania. Non-Carpathian ethnicities do not have it.
Dušan Holý, Horňacká cimbálová muzika Martina Hrbáč “Mám já miłú, pěknú bíłú”
from Antologie moravské lidové hudby 1 Horňácko (Indies Scope Indies.eu 2011) —another Sedlacka set, this time with the cimbalom added. When a band name is preceded by "CM" it stands for "cimbalova muzika"
Marie Ševcíková &The Valašský Vojvoda Cimbalom Band “Nědaleko za cestu (starodávný)”
from The Valassky Vojvoda Cimbalom Band (Syncoop 1994) —this is a Starodavny - a dance in 3/4 related to the polonaise
Kotár (Rožnov pod Radhoštěm) “Popovské točené”
from Za pesnicku do Mezrica (LM music 2002) —this band is from Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, a lovely town with a village museum set up in the town park, where old log structures have been set up in a mock village, and where wonderful music is played on weekends. Good food , too.