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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Dec 12th 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Dec 12th 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


Christos Sikkis with the Hellenic Music Archives ens. “Dance of the Bridal Couple”
from Cyprus (FM)


Christos Sikkis with the Hellenic Music Archives ens. “womens 4th "Karsilama" dance”
from Cyprus (FM)


Nikos Manias “Provale Stolisma Tou Kosmou”
from Mousiki Thisavri tis Kritis (Cretaphon 2009) —this singer and Laouto player came from a family of musicians and started on the Lyra (vertical fiddle), but switched to Laouto as a child


Leonidos Klados & Vangelis Tsifandakis “(syrtos tune - track 2)”
from Zontani Ihografisi (Cretaphon)


Antonis Karatzis “Gia to sevda sou tragoudo”
from Gia tou Sevda sou tragoudo (Cretaphon) —this singer and solois plays mandolin


Leonidos Klados & Vangelis Tsifandakis “(suite of syrtos songs)”
from Zontani Ihografisi (Cretaphon)


Nikos Manias “Siga Siga Na Desome Agapi”
from Mousiki Thisavri tis Kritis (Cretaphon 2009) —Manias is a singer and Laouto player who cut his first record in the 1950s


Stamatis Grielas “Ahi! Vahi!”
from Makedonia and Thassos (FM) —Thassos is off the coast of Macedonia


Leonidas Tsantiris & Lefteris Poulis (violin) “Dostou Dostou”
from Music of Ikaria ((self)) —this dance is still done by a lot of folks on the island and by their descendants in the US and Canada and even non-islander Greeks


folk group from Ikaria “In the Armenistis Cafe”
from Music of Ikaria ((self))


Leonidas Tsantiris & Lefteris Poulis (violin) “Ikariotikos”
from Music of Ikaria ((self)) —for information on this island go to www.island-ikaria.com/


Despouna Tsourou “At St. Marcella...”
from Chios, Mytilene, Samos, Ikaria (FM) —this finishes the group of songs from Chios


Stathis Rallis and the Hellenic Music Archives ens. “Ehasa Mandli (I lost my handkerchief...)”
from Chios, Mitilene, Samos, Ikaria (FM) —probably the most famous tune of the eastern Mediterranean, it supposedly was first recorded as part of an Armenian opera, went "viral" and was give all sorts of local words by Turks, Greeks....


Lefteris Kamitsis “sousta”
from Patmos (FM)


Nikos Hatzopoulos “O Perovolaris”
from The Aegean Violin (sekf 1996)


Nikos Hatzopoulos “O Michanikos”
from The Aegean Violin (sekf 1996)


Vasilis Klouvatos “Sousta Simis”
from Aiolos (alpharecords 2004)


Vasilis Klouvatos “Tsifteteli”
from Aiolos (alpharecords 2004)


Marina Vasilaki “Mes Tou Aigaiou Ta Nezia”
from Songs and Melodies of the Dodecanese (MBI)

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