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Episode #2273

Eurofolk Music

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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Borrowing from other musical traditions is the focus of this program of Eurofolk on New Sounds. Hear some surprising recordings of European folk music, including Belgium’s Aqsak Maboul playing an Italian folksong; Italy’s Birkin Tree doing Celtic music; and Celtic band The Poozies singing a Polish song. Plus, there's music by the Warsaw Village Band, Värttinä, Dieter Ilg, and more.

PROGRAM # 2273, Global Folk Music (Tues. 4-14-04)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Warsaw Village Band

People's Spring

At My Mother's, excerpt [3:00]
Matecka - At My Mother's, remix [5:30]

World Village #468028** www.worldvillagemusic.com, www.orangeworld.pl

Aqsak Maboul

Un Peu de L'Ame des Bandit

I Viaggi Formano La Gioventu [4:30]

Crammed Discs #002 Available through mail order at www.crammed.be

Värttinä

Vihma

Mieleni Alenevi [3:00]

BMG/Wicklow #63262** www.wicklowrecords.com*

Susan McKeown

Sweet Liberty

Eggs In Her Basket [4:00]

World Village #468029** www.worldvillagemusic.com, www.hibernianmusic.com

Caetano Veloso

A Foreign Sound

Jamaica Farewell [2:30]

Nonesuch #79823** www.nonesuch.com

Dieter Ilg Trio

Folk Songs

Frere Jacques [5:30]

Jazzline #11146 www.amm-music.com

Filippo Gambetta

Pria Goaea

Percy's Revenge [5:00]

Dunya #8052
www.felmay.it

Birkin Tree

3 (Three)

Tribute to Derek Bell/Foxhunter [6:30]

Felmay #8059
www.felmay.it

The Poozies

Changed Days, Same Roots

Rosa [1:30]

Compass #4375 www.compassrecords.com *

Warsaw Village Band

Peoples Spring

Joint Venture In the Village [3:00]

See above.

*, ** Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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