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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Oct 31st 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Oct 31st 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


Zsarátnok “Våmpirok bálja/Vampire's Ball” from Holdudvar Paraselene (Hungaroton (cassette tape)) —this fantasy is based mosty on South Romanian tunes, but played on Bulgarian kaval by Nikolai Parov and his Hungarian friendsBuy it!


Vizonto “Dance of Death” from Kor (Gong 1994) —this is based on Moldvai Csángó tunesBuy it!


Alexandru Țitruș “Doină Muresana” from Les Virtuoses Roumaines (Pierre Verany)Buy it!


Paul Stinga “Suite de Transylvanie” from Sortilèges de la Musique Roumaine (Pierre Verany 1987)Buy it!


Florica Duma “Cînd aud că-i nuntă-n” from Fetele din Lăzăreni (Electrecord (LP)) —this, and the next 2 instrumental cuts, are music from the Bihor mountain area of central TransylvaniaBuy it!


Petru Bundiș “Poargă din Inand/Ardelendesc din Săcădat” from Petru Bundiș (Electrecord (LP))Buy it!


Fratii Petreus “Eu la mîndra Cînd mă duc” from Frații Petreuș (Electrecord (LP)) —this, and the next 2 tracks, are of a group from Maramureș, a group of mountain valleys north of Transylvania. The area has a very specific folklore, much of which is quite different from the surrounding areasBuy it!


Fratii Petreus “Horea Găinii de pe Iza” from Mărie, Oșanca Mea (Electrecord (LP)) —this is the instrumental version of the oldest song style in MaramureșBuy it!


Fratii Petreus “Învîrtita din Apșa” from Frații Petreuș (Electrecord (LP)) —this is a couple dance from the Apșa villages, all of which are now located on the Ukrainian side of the border with RomaniaBuy it!


Ciprian Porumbescu ens. “Hora Mare Cîmpulungului” from Rencontre avec la Roumanie - Bucovina - I (Electrecord (LP)) —music from BucovinaBuy it!


Ciprian Porumbescu es. “Păhărel cu Floricele” from Bucovina -I (Electrecord (LP))Buy it!


Silvestru Lungoci “Batrîneasca din Gălănești” from Silvestru Lungoci (Electrecord (LP)) —music from BucovinaBuy it!


Silvestru Lungoci “Batrîneasca (on fluier mare)” from Silvestru Lungoci (Electrecord (LP))Buy it!


Silvestru Lungoci “Roata de la Volovăț” from Silvestru Lungoci (Electrecord (LP))Buy it!


Alexandru Bidirel “Sîrbă de la Stupca” from Alexandru Bidirel (Electrecord (LP)) —this and the following, are dances from Bucovina in the northern CarpathiansBuy it!


Alexandru Bidirel “Șapte pași / La Închinatul Păhărelor / Arcanul de la Stupca” from Alexandru Bidirel (Electrecord (LP))Buy it!


Ilie Cazacu “Ciobanul Care și-a pierdut oile” from Ilie Cazacu (Electrecord (LP)) —a "story piece" - the title means "when the shepherd lost his sheep" and depicts his sorrow at losing them the anxiety looking for them, and, finally, his joy at finding themBuy it!


Ilie Cazacu “Jocul Zestrei / Huțulca” from Ilie Cazacu (Electrecord (LP)) —these are dances from Bucovina (Bukovinia on most maps)Buy it!


Csürrentő “Kezes” from Tánczene ((self)) —This, and the next several tracks, represent music of the Moldvai Csángó, a Hungarian minority group living on the eastern slopes of the Carpathian mountains in RomaniaBuy it!


Csürrentő “Stica” from Tánczene ((self)) —this is a variant of the sirba done in the area by RomaniansBuy it!


Éva Kanalas and Géza Fabri “Túl a Vizen egy Kosár” from Énekes Fünet ((private))Buy it!


Éva Kanalas and Géza Fabri “Feljött a nap...” from Énekes Fünet ((private))Buy it!


Zurgó “Szeretőm a táncba (my lover in the dance)” from You can hear the heartbeat of time (Hangvetó)Buy it!


Zurgó “Fenn a Csilag, fenn az ég (the stars and sky above)” from You can hear the heartbeat of time (Hangvetó)Buy it!

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