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Music from the Hills (Music)
John Uhlemann brings you 2 hours of strangely beautiful folk and traditional music from Eastern Europe and Scandinavia, with occasional forays into the Middle East and Western Europe.
Sun Dec 17th 2017 4.00pm–6.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: central
Cimbaliband “Bákói Fanfár”
from Moldva (A Balkán Kapuja) (Fonó www.fono.hu 2015) —a "progressive" Hungarian band centered around the cimbalom (although in this track they have a "borrowed" sax player), here playing music from Romanian Moldova. they start out with a geamparalele and go to a Sârba, then a brîul
Pál Eszter “Napot, Holdat, Csillagot (Bereg megye, Nagydobrony)”
from Napot, Holdat, Csillagot (Fonó www.fono.hu 2014) —This singer comes from the Hungarian minority in the Transcarpathian Ukraine, as does this group of songs. About half way through, the pace picks up with a tune Bartók used in one of his piano pieces.
Dobroda band “Nagydaróci muzsika (Nógrád) (Vel'ké Dravce, central Slovakia)”
from Táncház - Népzene 2017 (Hagyományok Háza 2017) —like the Hungarians in Transylvania, the new borders formed after WWI the Hungarians in the north found themselves in a new country, Slovakia, where they were a minority. In recent years Hungarian music from this area has been performed more by Hungarian
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