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Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Aug 29th 2010 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Brenna MacCrimmon with Selim Sesler group “Karcığar Köçekçe” from Karşilama (Green Goat Music)
Brenna MacCrimmon & Selim Sesler group “Ahmed'in Saçları” from Karşilama (Green Goat Music)
Koushlev sisters “Borzala Ruzhka” from Magiyata Rodopskata Pesen vol. II (Balkanton) —these songs are from the southern mountains in Bulgaria
100 Gaidi (100 bagpipes) “Gaidarski melodii” from Magiyata Rodopskata Pesen vol. I (Balkanton) —yes, 100 bagpipes, all the deep-droned Kaba Gaida
Mita Stoicheva “Stori se Horo Golyama de” from Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music disc A (JSP) N —the great horo in the middle of the village has just started, and who should be leading but Dimo the Shop. When he dances the girls go crazy.
Sevlievska Troika “Kalino” from Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music, disc A (JSP) N
Ivanka Georgieva “Raina Knyaginyata” from Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music- disc D (JSP) —this is about the Raina Popgiorgiova who was tortured by the Turks for making a flag that said "freedom or death"
Boris Mashalov “Zableyalo Mi Aguntse” from Vechnite Bulgarski Pesen (Stefkos) —a table song
Petko Radev “Krivo Sadovsko Horo” from Vechnite Bulgarski Pesni (Stefkos) —a dance in 13/8
Bilka (Daichovo Horo) “Diko Iliev brass band” from Vechnite Bulgarski Pesni (Stefkos) —a dance in 9/8
Kostadin Varimezov “Nestinarski Tants” from pearls from Strandzha (Stefkos) —the "fire-junping dance"
Georgi Pavlov “Vido le, Byala Bulgarko” from pearls from Strandzha (Stefkos)
Strandzhanskata Grupa “Gergebunarsko horo” from pearls from Strandzha (Sefkos) —this is a men's dance that would have been done in a belt hold
Gancho nikolov & Venera Maerova “Vasilka, Mlado Nevesto” from pearls from Macedonia (Stefkos) —in 9/8
Magdalena Mororova “Petrunino Pile Shareno” from pearls from Macedonia (Stefkos) —a famous song know all over Bulgaria, in 7/8
group "Goce Delchev" of Sofia “Chie e tova devoiche” from pearls of Macedonia (Stefkos) —in radio ensemble style
men's group from Bansko “Planino, Pirin planino” from Eternal Bulgarian Songs - pearls from Macedonia (Stefkos) —Bulgarian Macedonia
Banski Starcheta “Snoshti se go bidoh” from Haïdushki (Sunny)
Banski Starcheta “Pusta Mladost” from Haïdushki (Sunny) —the title means "dreary youth"
Banski Starcheta “Melnishkata Moma” from Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny) —this is the fast 7/8 divided 3+2+2, that this area is known for
Banski Starcheta “Pesen za Goce Delchev” from Best of Banski Starcheta (Sunny) —another song celebrating the hero Goce Delchev, after which the town of Nevrokop was re-named
Kostadin Gugov “Tsveta Moma” from Makedonski Hitove (Stars records www.starsrecords.com/ 1999)
Kostadin Gugov “Dremka Mi Se Dreme” from Makedonski Hitove (Stars records www.starsrecords.com/ 1999) —a song in the 9/8 rhythm that is so popular in the area
Boryana Karpuzova “Prismya se moma na Stoyana” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —in 9/8
Boryana Karpuzova “Mari Marike” from Srtseto mi pee pesni ot Pirina (APA www.ara-bg.com) —in fast "Macedonian 7"
Delcho Mitev and Dimitar Milarov “PAIDUSHKO HORO” from Bulgarian Musical Folklore, Vol. 1 (Gega)
Kosta Kolev and orch. “BALKANDJIISKO HORO” from Bulgarian Musical Folklore, Vol. 1 (Gega)
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