Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun May 13th 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
Arto Järvelä (with Maria Kalaniemi) “II Mäläskä Ja Laiturin Äijä”
from Polska Differente (OArt Mouzak 1994) —the second half of the title means "old man of the dock"; the first half refers to a 19th century fiddler who was jailed for murder and then let go because he played this polska tune incessantly and the jailers went mad...
Tallari “Suomen lempein lintu (trad.)”
from Tallari (KILP 15) (Kansanmusiikki-Instituuti 1986) —this 35 year old LP features music by one of the early folk revival groups. Arto Järvelä played fiddle with them, but this cut features Kantele (a table harp) and Jouhikko (a primitive bowed instrument) at the start
Arto Järvelä & Kimmo Pohjonen “Gogo Tatu”
from Kuulas Hetki (Kansanmusiikki-Instituuti 1993) —this CD has a lot of student projects from the Sibelius Academy, where most of the musicians in the early part of this show went. Some of these projects were not directly related to Finnish folk music.
Laurie Hart, Stefhan Ohlström & Andrew VanNorstrand “Småland- Brudpolska av Jonas Börjesson”
from Polska in Uppland & Southern Sweden, Vol. 2 of Scandinavian Fiddle Tradition ((self) www.wearesharkdad.bandcamp.com 2011)
Laurie Hart, Stefhan Ohlström & Andrew VanNorstrand “Södermanland- Polska efter Axel Axelsson”
from Polska in Uppland & Southern Sweden, Vol. 2 of Scandinavian Fiddle Tradition ((self) www.wearesharkdad.bandcamp.com 2011) —both Småland and Södermanland are in southern Sweden
Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.