Episode #2733

Songs From Around the World

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Hear music by La Mar Enfortuna, the Sephardic side project of legendary noir rock group Elysian Fields, as they explore lost or forgotten music from the 11th to the 16th century, with exotic melodies and instruments. There's also music from Sinikka Langeland, singer and player of the kantele, the traditional Finnish plucked zither. Plus, A song in Aramaic, sung by SAVAE, and others.

PROGRAM #2733, Songs Around the World (First aired on Wed. 11/07/07)





Sinikka Langeland


Den lille Fløyten [300]

ECM #1996**

Sui Vesan

Merging With The Brook

Circulation [5:00]

World Village #468060 ** www.worldvillage

Savina Yannatou

Terra Nostra

Schubho Lhaw Qolo [3:30]

ECM #1856**

David Darling & the Wulu Bunun

Mudanin Kata

Pasibutbut [6:00]

Riverboat #1032** *

Trio Mediaeval

Folk Songs

Det lisle bånet

ECM #2003**


Ancient Echoes

Abwoon [3:30]

World Library Publications # 002348

La Mar Enfortuna


La Puerta Del Rio [5:30]

Tzadik #8120***


Bach et l’Afrique

Ikokou [2:00]

(This track came from the French release.) The US release is on Sony Classical #64542. Available at*

Erika Stucky

Suicidal Yodels

All I Really Want To Do [4:00]

Traumton #4509


Lost Souls

Aneme Perze [4:00]

Real World #49542

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