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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Nov 4th 2012

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Nov 4th 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

4:00pm

Windkracht Acht “Madlots”
from Op De Wilde Vaart (Pan 1994) —This show is all Dutch and Flemish music. There will be some real surprises, including a lot of tunes that have gone back and forth across the English channel.

4:04pm

Pekel “Westzuidwest Van Ameland”
from Oost West Thuis Best (Pan 1999)

4:09pm

Windkracht Acht “Bontekoe”
from Op De Wilde Vaart (Pan 1994)

4:12pm

Pekel “Van Toeters En Van Belle!”
from Oost West Thuis Best (Pan 1999)

4:21pm

Madlot “Aria #93/Schots #82”
from Rozen Aan Mijn Hoed (Pan 2000) —"schots" is Dutch for "schottish"

4:25pm

Pekel “Kaap'ren Varen”
from Oost West Thuis Best (Pan 1999)

4:28pm

Madlot “Soldaatje Van Wenen (De Vier Raadsels)(from Eindhoven)”
from Rozen Aan Mijn Hoed (Pan 2000)

4:34pm

Törf “Mandolinata”
from Het Daghet Inden Oosten (Pan 1995)

4:37pm

Floor van der Vliet & Ruud van den Berg “Agrarische Explosie”
from Het Daghet Inden Oosten (Pan 1995)

4:39pm

Törf “Zeewiefkes”
from Het Daghet Inden Oosten (Pan 1995)

4:42pm

Folkcorn “De Kuipersbaas”
from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010)

4:50pm

Folkcorn “Regenwater Met Gedruis (Twist Verquist)”
from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010) —the title means "rainwater with noise in the background" - you figure it out...

4:52pm

Folkcorn “Jan De Mulder/Zeemans Horlepiep”
from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997) —The first song is one of those "additive refrain songs" like the "partridge in a pear tree"

4:55pm

Wargaren “Dag, O Langgewenste Dag”
from Met Stille Trom (Universe Productions 1976) —"day, oh long desired day"

4:58pm

Wargaren “Ik Kwam Er Laatst Over De Markt Gegaan”
from Met Stille Trom (Universe Productions 1976)

4:04pm

De Perelaar “16 - Koddedans - Nederland”
from Mix 7 (Syncoop 2004)

4:07pm

Laïs “Isabelle”
from Laïs (Wild Boar Music 1998) —with this cut we cross the border from the Netherlands into northern Belgium and the Flemish tradition

5:10pm

Piccard & Masure “Daar Zat Een Mooi Maagd / Scottish Voor Marjan”
from Masure / Webbesnaren (Wild Boar Music 1999) —the song is "there was a beautiful maiden"; it is followed by a schottish

5:19pm

Laïs “Bruidsnacht”
from Laïs (Wild Boar Music 1998) —a bride mysteriously wanders up and down the sea shore at night in her nightgown

5:23pm

Piccard & Masure “Tweelingen”
from Masure / Webbesnaren (Wild Boar Music 1999) —the title means "twins"

5:27pm

Rum “Een vrolijk lentelied (a merry spring song)”
from Rum 1972-1975 (Philips)

5:28pm

Rum “Roza, wille wij dansen”
from Rum 1972-1975 (Philips)

5:33pm

Twalseree “De Zee”
from Balswaree (Wild Boar Music 2000)

5:37pm

Twalseree “Hanen En Hennen”
from Balswaree (Wild Boar Music 2000) —I like this group because they play for dances, not just concerts. The title means "roosters and hens".

5:41pm

Michel Terlinck & Guido Piccard (hommels) “Contradans”
from Musique Populaire de la Belgique - [Disc 1] (Ethnic/Auvidis 1997) —"hommel" is the Flemish and German name for what we would call the Appalachian lap dulcimer and the French call and "épinette"

5:44pm

ens. Jan Smed (Vlaams-Brabant) “Suite : Bfrias, Contredans,Contredans "Le Carellion d'Hollande"”
from Musique Populaire de la Belgique - [Disc 1] (Ethnic/Auvidis 1997) —traditional provincial "city music" for dancing

5:50pm

Kadril “De Lutine/ Le Canal En Octobre”
from De Andere Kust = The Other Shore (Wild Boar Music 2005) —these are mostly songs of immigration

5:54pm

Kadril “Weverdans”
from All The Best [Disc 2] (Wild Boar Music) —this tune has been set by nearly every Flemish group there is, and by some French groups as well - this is the current street dance version

5:58pm

Rans & Flagel “Duivelsliedeken”
from Van Antwerpen Tot Parijs - De La Seine À l'Escaut (Eufoda 2001) —(only part of this was played - out of time)


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