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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jan 2nd 2011

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jan 2nd 2011 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

3:57pm

Kati Szvorák “óévbúcsúztató” from énekeim (REP) —this is a Hungarian "old year off" songBuy it!

4:04pm

Folkcorn “Jan de Mulder-Zeemans horlepiep” from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997) —go to www.folkcorn.nl for more information / it is one of the best websites for a musical group that I have seen / complete words, discography, and a generous use of musical examplesBuy it!

4:07pm

Folkcorn “Warme Garnars” from Jan De Mulder (Clipsound 1997)Buy it!

4:10pm

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

4:14pm

Folkcorn “Regenwater met gedruis (Twist verquist)” from Wie sal dan (Self Produced 2010)Buy it!

4:21pm

Peter Kosovec “Sremjačko je Selo Malo/Oj Safete, Sajo Saralijo” from Stara Škola (self 2010)Buy it!

4:26pm

Peter Kosovec “Milica je Večerala/S one strane Dunava/Ej, Mati” from Stara Škola (self 2010)Buy it!

4:29pm

Robi Sestili “Ličko i Slavonsko Kolo” from Oj Jelo, jelo (self 2010) —almost all the instruments are played by Robi / multi/trackedBuy it!

4:38pm

Banski Starcheta “Sedi Danka” from Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny) —the best of the unaccompanied style of this groupBuy it!

4:40pm

Boryana Karpuzova “Prismya se moma na Stoyana” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —great instrumental about half way through. The tune is a devetorka (9/8)Buy it!

4:48pm

Kostadin Gugov “Tsveta Moma” from Makedonski Hitove (Stars records www.starsrecords.com 1999)Buy it!

4:51pm

Boryana Karpuzova “Mari Marike” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —another great instrumental in theBuy it!

4:55pm

Banski Starcheta “Pusta Mladost” from The Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny)Buy it!

5:02pm

Bozhichi “Da Hodiv Komar po Lugu” from Pisni pro Kohannya (Lavina records) —Божичі = Bozhichi is a young Ukrainian group that displays its respect for tradition by singing and playing in an older, "non-stagey" manner. Contrast this with the cuts from the group "burdon" later on.Buy it!

5:05pm

Bozhichi “Trikoliniï Gopak” from Pisni pro Kohannya (Lavina records)Buy it!

5:06pm

Burdon “Dushka Moya” from Karpatia (Gal 2006) —Lemko-Rusyn songBuy it!

5:12pm

Burdon “Chorna Kura” from Karpatia (Gal 2006)Buy it!

5:13pm

Burdon “Loboda” from Taïstra Chugaïstra (Gal 2008) —this ends with an impossible tongue-twisterBuy it!

5:23pm

Kvarts “Vestover” from Filigran (Kvarts 2001) —this is Fandans, followed by a RilBuy it!

5:26pm

Svanevit “Lagerfeldt” from Gryning (Westpark Music 2005) —a tune from Skåne in southern Sweden. This polska sounds a lot like the tunes from neighboring SmåandBuy it!

5:30pm

Svanevit “Åleätarns vals” from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008) —imagine - a group with both harp and sackpipa (bagpipe)! - but they aren't the first...Buy it!

5:34pm

Svanevit “Bellmans vals” from Rikedom Och Gåvor (Westpark Music 2008)Buy it!

5:37pm

Kvarts “To Setesdalgangarar” from Filigran (Kvarts 2001)Buy it!

5:40pm

Ilža “Radzu, muote it vacuma” from Ilža (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!

5:46pm

Saucējas “Nekūko, Dzeguzite” from Saucējas (Lauska www.lauska.lv 2007) —this amazingly powerful and dissonant polyphonic song is a rotāšana, or adornment song, sung by groups of women on hillocks in spring to mark the new season. They would be sung until pentacost.Buy it!

5:49pm

Ceiruleits “Seika moza meitineite” from Sviests 3 SINGLE (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!

5:53pm

Dace Prūsa with Laima Jansone “Kur Tu Skriesi Vanadziņi” from Sviests 3 (Lauska www.lauska.lv 2009)Buy it!

5:57pm

Laiksne “Putra” from Sviests 3 (Lauska www.lauska.lv)Buy it!

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