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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Nov 21st 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Nov 21st 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

kapela Romana Kumlyka “Legenda o pasterzu co owce zgubil” from Czeremosz (Izkelin Studio)Buy it!

4:07pm

Petrovichi “V gorah grim gude” from Viter z gir (UKR music 2007)Buy it!

4:11pm

Petrovichi “Arkan” from Viter z gir (UKR music 2007) —this is a men's dance which gets rather athletic toward the end...Buy it!

4:20pm

Mikołaja orchestra with Czeremosz “kołomyjki zakarpackie” from Muculskie Muzyki ((self) 2005)Buy it!

4:23pm

Mikołaja orchestra with Czeremosz “Spiewanka "Oj dziłczyno kosiczyno"” from Huculskie Muzyki ((self) 2005)Buy it!

4:33pm

Kyczera “Jak sobi zaspiwam” from Piesni Lemkow (Konador) —this and the next few tracks are of music from the Lemko Ukrainian group living in PolandBuy it!

4:36pm

Kyczera “Ne pyj Waniu/Sijer” from Piesni Lemkow (Konador)Buy it!

4:39pm

Ol'un “kazala mi mama/spivam spivanicky” from Rusínske piesni (Rozhlas 2002) —this and the next 2 tracks are music from the Lemko "Rusin" (= Lemko Ukrainian) minority of SlovakiaBuy it!

4:43pm

O'lun “Pyšov milyj z dritom/Subota, nedil'a” from Rusínske Piesni (Rozhlas (cassette) 2002)Buy it!

4:47pm

Žaneta Jarabinska & Zuzana Mojžišova “A na hori čerešeňka/a mij frajir” from Rusínske piesni (Rozhlas (cassette))Buy it!

4:55pm

Harmonia “Poljana, Poljana / Poracki Zenicky” from Music of Eastern Europe (Traditional Crossroads 2003) —The singer, Beata Begeniova, is herself a Carpathorusin, and sang professionally in Slovakia before coming the the USBuy it!

4:58pm

Harmonia “Hej, Janičku Za Vodov” from Music of Eastern Europe (Traditional Crossroads 2003)Buy it!

5:05pm

Goranie “Czarna ja si czarna” from Wieczór z Czardaszem (Tercet 2000) —This is Polish music from the Spisz area, with a very Hungarian sound owing to the Hungarian control of the region for several hundred yearsBuy it!

5:10pm

Goranie “ne budu tu diu dalej” from Wieczór z Czardaszem (Tercet 2000)Buy it!

5:13pm

Maria Ciupagersi i kapela “Duje Wiater/Siedymdziesiąt sukiyń” from Muzyka Spiska (folk) —the Spisz (Spiš in Czech) district is shared by Poland and Slovakia and lies west of the Tatra mountains.Buy it!

5:19pm

Rozsutec “Žartovné: Povdzte mi, staré dievky/ Dobre ja teho viem” from Na skale Rozsutci (Akcent www.akcentrecords.sk/) —These are humorous songs from Terchova in the Mala Fatra mountains of west Slovakia. The accordian is called HeligonkaBuy it!

5:23pm

Kapela Harnasie “Kupiym se korole/nie pódym jo z tela/Malorz” from Hej tam spod Tater (Tercet 2003)Buy it!

5:30pm

Muyzka Karpieli z Kościeliska “Wzskanie/Polanorze/Sieje sie/Nuta brzezowicka/W murowanie piwnicy/Zbojnicy” from Polaniorskie Nuty (Tercet 2001)Buy it!

5:41pm

Gajdošska muzika Vladka Zogaty “Ej, na Hrčavym dobře” from Gajdovali gajdoši (Pisnička 1998)Buy it!

5:49pm

Trebunie Tutki “utwor instr. - Chorwacja” from Folk Karnaval (folk) —this is "Moja Diridika" - a Croatian ("Chorwacja" ="Croatian") tune...Buy it!

5:52pm

Trebunie Tutki & Orkiestra Kiniora “Węzowisko w Morskim Oku” from Goral - Ska Apo-Calypso (folkR Buy it!

5:54pm

Trebunie Tutki w Sherwood “Joint: Zelene” from w Sherwood (Kamahuk) —"Sherwood" is a Jamaican musician whose commanding appearance (not to mention the dreadlocks) made him something of a local celebrity in Zakopane, the mountain resort in the center of the Polish Highlands. His collaboration with Góral bands raises the baBuy it!

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