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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Sep 23rd 2012

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Sep 23rd 2012 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

The Kamkars “Har Yakam Bahar (My First Spring)” from The Living Fire (Long Distance 1995)Buy it!

4:05pm

The Kamkars “Lanek Lanek (traditional lullaby)” from The Living Fire (Long Distance 1995)Buy it!

4:12pm

Hossein Alizadeh (with Shayda and ARef Ensemble, Ali Reza Eftakhari, vocal) “Sama-e-Aseman (Song of the Heavens)” from Raz-O-Niaz (Kereshmeh Records 1994) —poetry by Rumi 13th century - Djalal Ad Din Balchi-ye Rumi was born in what is now Afghanistan, and is now considered one of the great so-called mystical poets of Islam. This program celebrates his 803rd birthday and serves as an introduction to the concBuy it!

4:28pm

Parissa & Ensemble Dastan “Tasnife Abe Zolal” from Gol-e Behesht [Disc 1] (Network www.networkmedien.de 2005) —poetry by RumiBuy it!

4:34pm

Salar Aghili (with ens. Dastan) “Tasnif e Shekayat e Del” from Endless Ocean (Network www.networkmedien.de 2007) —poetry by RumiBuy it!

12:00am

Zarbang Ensemble “Zarbi-ye Rast” from Dream Song (Naghme-ye-khabgard (Kârgâh-e Musiqi 2006) —a large percussion insemble with a santur playerBuy it!

5:04pm

Zohreh Jooya “My soul” from Essence of Love - Music of the Persian Mystics (Taraneh Enterprises 2006) —poetry by RumiBuy it!

5:11pm

Zohreh Jooya “Thou passest through me” from Essence of Love - Music of the Persian Mystics (Taraneh Enterprises 2006) —poetry by RumiBuy it!

5:15pm

Niyaz “Golzar (Rumi)” from Niyaz (Six Degrees Records 2005) —Rumi - modern settingBuy it!

5:23pm

Sima Bina “Avaze Gole Shaftalu” from Shola (Flowers Of The Desert) (CTX Publishing 2000) —the singer is from Khorassan, near the Afghan/Tadjikistan border. This piece ends with the breathy sound of the Ney, an end-blown flute.Buy it!

5:28pm

Sima Bina “Banu” from Shola (Flowers Of The Desert) (CTX Publishing 2000) —The Ney opens this slow song, accompanied only by a TarBuy it!

5:32pm

Sima Bina “Hay Bro, Hay Nasho” from Shola (Flowers Of The Desert) (CTX Publishing 2000)Buy it!

5:37pm

Mohammad Reza Shajarian “Introduction” from Bidad (injustice) (World Music Institute 2005)Buy it!

5:44pm

Raha, Hossein Alizadeh “Saz O Avaz - Ney & Vocal Improvisation” from If Like Birds And Angels, I Could Fly... (Traditional Crossroads www.traditionalcrossroads.com 2010)Buy it!

5:50pm

Raha, Hossein Alizadeh “Tasnif 'Man Agar Parandeh Budam...' - If Like Birds And Angels, I Could Fly” from If Like Birds And Angels, I Could Fly... (Traditional Crossroads www.traditionalcrossroads.com 2010)Buy it!

5:57pm

Niyaz “Molk-E-Divan (Acoustic) (Part)” from Nine Heavens (Disc 2 - the accoustic sessions) (Six Degrees Records 2008) —Don't forget the concert of Iranian classical music at Washington University Sunday, September 30th, and 6pm at Steinberg Hall. It is a benefit for the Iranian Earthquake relief fund. All the information is at www.kdhx.org/musicfromthehillsBuy it!

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