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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Sep 26th 2010

Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Sep 26th 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


Zengő Együttes “Oj devojko udovaco” from Hungarian Folk Music (Stenton 1994) —this is a Hungarian group from Pécs, Hungary, but the song is from the Croatian minority in the areaBuy it!


Vujicsics “Kolo - Csizmaverős” from Somogy Neighbors (Garlic Press (LP)) —this is a circle dance with boot-slapping figures from the Croatian minority in south HungaryBuy it!


András Vavrinecz, Sandor Toth, and friends “Lajtós és mártogatós” from Táncra Tánc (Ju-Ha-Pé (cassette)) —this is music from Somogy countBuy it!


Muzsikás “Dudálás és Ugrós” from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP))Buy it!


Muzsikás “Karikazó” from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP))Buy it!


Muzsikás “Lassú és friss csárdás” from Táncház II (Hungaroton (LP)) —this ends a complete Dunantuli dance cycle from Somgogy county, Hungary and parts northBuy it!


Zengő Együttes “Dudálás és Ugrós” from Hungarian Folk Music (Stenton 1994)Buy it!


The Hungarian Bagpipe Band “Hopp Sári” from Dudásom, Dudásom, Kedves Muzsikásom (Hangvetó) —this is all Great Plains Bagpipe musicBuy it!


The Hungarian Bagpipe Band “Aki dudás akar lenni” from Dudásom, Dudásom, Kedves Muzsikásom (Hangvetó)Buy it!


Zoltán Juhász “carnival revelers tunes (Heves county)” from the sky above, the fire blow (ABT)Buy it!


Fonó Zenekara “Bodrogközi oláhos, csárdás, és fogás” from Mixtura Culturalis (Fonó)Buy it!


Kincsér Népzenei Együttes “Verbunk, lassú, és friss csárdás (Rábaköz)” from Hungarian Village Music (Periferic Records)Buy it!


Dűvő “Balassagyarmati muzsika” from Dűvő 5 ((self)) —Balassagyarmat is in the far north of Hungary, near the Slovak borderBuy it!


Tata Mirando and his Gypsy orchestra “Latzso Daijo” from The Passionate Music of the Gypsy Caravan (Fontana (LP))Buy it!


Royal Gypsy Orchestra Tata Mirado & Nello Mirando & The Hungarian Gipsy Ensemble “Dark Eyes” from The Passionate Music of the Gypsy Caravan (Fontana (LP)) —thanks to Rich Nuckolls for the loan of the lp with this musicBuy it!


Ando Drom “Zsa Mo” from Phari Mamo (Network www.networkmedien.de 1997) —this suite of tunes done in a style that derives from traditional Roma music, includes the song RumelajBuy it!

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