Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Jul 15th 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
Orhan Hakalmaz “Oynayın Gız Oynayın” from Türkülerle Türkiye - 61 Trabzon (Ulus Müzik 2005) —this show is all about Black Sea music. Since we did a show on the Pontic Greeks some weeks ago (a huge subject), this will be a show of Turkish, Laz and Georgian musicBuy it!
Elvan Erbaşı “Kahve Koydum Fincana” from Türkülerle Türkiye - 28 Giresun (Ulus Müzik 2002) —Giresun, Rize, and Trabzon are all areas on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, at the Eastern end. It is occupied a several language groups and was also home traditionally of a very large Greek population, most of it moved in the 1920's to northern Greece.Buy it!
Emin Yağcı “İki Ayak Horonu (Oyna Enişte Oyna)” from A Sound from the Black Sea (Felmay) —Emin Yağcı is a Tulum (Black Sea bagpipe)player. One can also hear the sound of the Kemençe (vertical fiddle) hereBuy it!
İsmail Türüt “Vona (Ordu'nun Iskları)” from Piryoz (Ulus Müzik 2002) —this singer sings in both Lazuri and Turkish. He is known for his engaging, if not totally traditional arrangements, and has several CDs outBuy it!
Yasemin Yıldız (Gökhan Alpekin - tulum) “Attimda Vuramadim” from Kavuştur Artık Bizi (Cinan Müzik) —both kemençe and tulum are featured in this snippet of "party music" - traditional except for the rhythm machine...Buy it!
Fuat Saka “Çilveloy” from Lazutlar (Kalan www.kalan.com 1997) —a totally non-traditional arrangement of a very traditional song throughout all of northeastern Turkey. All of Fuat Saka's recordings are good, and many of his arrangements are very imaginative, but the original dance can always be done to themBuy it!
Erol Alkan “Potbori: Nani Nani/Kobak/Atabari/Cilveloy” from Karçhal Ezgileri (Baysah Müzik) —at the end of this medley of tunes you will hear the Turkish Georgian version of Cilveloy, the song Fuat Saka did earlier in the showBuy it!
Miriami Abduselişi “Nani Nana” from Karadeniz Türküleri ((anthology, label not identified on CD)) —this song went viral on the internet, mainly among people of Georgian, Armenian, Laz and Turkish background. See the YouTube version.Buy it!
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