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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Sep 26th 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Sep 26th 2010 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

Zengő Együttes “Oj devojko udovaco”
from Hungarian Folk Music (Stenton 1994) —this is a Hungarian group from Pécs, Hungary, but the song is from the Croatian minority in the area

4:02pm

Vujicsics “Kolo - Csizmaverős”
from Somogy Neighbors (Garlic Press (LP)) —this is a circle dance with boot-slapping figures from the Croatian minority in south Hungary

4:09pm

András Vavrinecz, Sandor Toth, and friends “Lajtós és mártogatós”
from Táncra Tánc (Ju-Ha-Pé (cassette)) —this is music from Somogy count

4:20pm

Muzsikás “Dudálás és Ugrós”
from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP))

4:31pm

Muzsikás “Karikazó”
from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP))

4:36pm

Muzsikás “Lassú és friss csárdás”
from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP)) —this ends a complete Dunantuli dance cycle from Somgogy county, Hungary and parts north

4:49pm

Zengő Együttes “Dudálás és Ugrós”
from Hungarian Folk Music (Stenton 1994)

5:05pm

The Hungarian Bagpipe Band “Hopp Sári”
from Dudásom, Dudásom, Kedves Muzsikásom (Hangvetó) —this is all Great Plains Bagpipe music

5:12pm

Zoltán Juhász “carnival revelers tunes (Heves county)”
from the sky above, the fire blow (ABT)

5:21pm

Fonó Zenekara “Bodrogközi oláhos, csárdás, és fogás”
from Mixtura Culturalis (Fonó)

5:29pm

Kincsér Népzenei Együttes “Verbunk, lassú, és friss csárdás (Rábaköz)”
from Hungarian Village Music (Periferic Records)

5:32pm

Dűvő “Balassagyarmati muzsika”
from Dűvő 5 ((self) www.wearesharkdad.bandcamp.com) —Balassagyarmat is in the far north of Hungary, near the Slovak border

5:47pm

Royal Gypsy Orchestra Tata Mirado & Nello Mirando & The Hungarian Gipsy Ensemble “Dark Eyes”
from The Passionate Music of the Gypsy Caravan (Fontana (LP)) —thanks to Rich Nuckolls for the loan of the lp with this music

5:53pm

Ando Drom “Zsa Mo”
from Phari Mamo (Network www.networkmedien.de 1997) —this suite of tunes done in a style that derives from traditional Roma music, includes the song Rumelaj


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