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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Mar 27th 2011

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Mar 27th 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

4:01pm

Di Galitzyaner Klezmorim “Skocna”
from "Nokh Amol" (Art CD) —this is a Polish Klezmer group

4:08pm

Savina Yannatou & Primavera en Salonico “los bibilicos/alta es la luna”
from Primavera en Salonico (Lyra www.lyra.com 1995)

4:19pm

Hesperion XX “Moricos los mis moricos”
from Music from Christian and Jewish Spain (Virgin Veritas 1976) —medieval music from Spain

4:23pm

Ensemble Florata “Siete Hijos Tiene Hanna”
from Far Away Lands (ASV 1997)

4:26am

Ensemble Florata “El Marido Disfrazado”
from Far Away Lands (ASV 1997)

4:35pm

Ensemble Lyrique Iberique “Porke Yorach blanca ninya”
from Romances Judéo-Espagnoles (Harmonia Mundi 1992) —the Oud player is Nabil ibn Khalidi; singer = Dominique Thibaudat

4:39pm

Voice of the Turtle “Ija mia”
from Balkan Vistas - Spanish Dreams (TITANIC 1991) —the mother offers her daughter several husband, but she rejects them all except for a drunkard - the song is from Bulgaria

4:46pm

Voice of the Turtle “Todo Bueno Tengo”
from Music of the Spanish Jews of Turkey (TITANIC 1989)

4:49pm

Voice of the Turtle “Azeremoz una merenda”
from From the shores of the Golden Horn (TITANIC 1989) —more music from the Sephardic Jewish community of Istanbul

4:58pm

Karmon Israeli Singers & Dancers “Erev shel shoshanim”
from Songs of the Sabras (Vanguard 1959) —from Israel

5:04pm

Karmon Israeli Singers and Dancers “Hayoshevet Baganim”
from Songs of the Sabras (Vanguard 1959)

5:10pm

The Pennywhistlers “Di Arbuzn”
from The Pennywhitlers (Nonesuch (LP)) —a Russian Jewish song

5:16pm

Mikveh “Baleboste Zisinke (Sweet Woman)”
from Mikveh (Traditional Crossroads 2005)

5:21pm

Nikitov “Hora Di Gitar / Farkoyfn Di Sapozhkelekh”
from Vanderlust (self 2006)

5:24pm

Transkapela “Chasydzki Weselny/Chassid (Kosid) wedding dance”
from Sounds & Shadows (Konador 2005) —this is also available "in the west" on ARC

5:34pm

Constantin Lupu, Constantin Negel “sirba pe batai ca la vorona”
from Roots of Klezmer (Lost Trails 2005)

5:35pm

Joseph Moskowitz “Sadigurer-Chusid”
from The Art of the Cymbalom (Rounder www.rounder.com 1996) —recorded in New York by this musician who had played in Eastern Europe

5:39pm

Brave Old World “Kolomeykes”
from Klezmer Music (Flying Fish Records 1990) —this is a Hutsul Ukrainian couple dance, in its Jewish version.

5:42pm

Odessa Klezmer band “054 - Horace Morton's. . .p.3 - 06/13/1940”
from Isaac's Dry Tree (Etnofon 2000)

5:54pm

Khevrisa “Old Moldavian Klezmer Suite In E: Buhusher Khosid”
from European Klezmer Music (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2000)


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