European-N. American

Society for Ethnomusicology European and North American Concert, Saturday October 25, 2008

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Songs from the Shop region of Bulgaria: Corinne Sykes and Maria Stankova, voice

  • Introduction (:15-:37)
  • Спава ми се лега ми се — Spava mi se, lega mi se (I want to sleep, I want to lie down) (:38-2:46)
  • Ветар Вее — Vetar Vee (The Wind is Blowing) (3:12-4:50)
  • Макя Яна — Makya Yana (Mother Yana) (5:00-6:18)
  • Пуста младост– Pusta mladost (Damn Youth) (6:18-8:30)

Sea Chanteys: The Scrimshaw Crimps (Revell Carr and ensemble, voice)

  • Introduction (10:25-12:39)
  • John Kanaka (12:40-15:05)
  • Bunting Chantey (15:37-15:50)
  • High Low Johnny Brown (16:55-21:45)

Swedish dance tunes

  • Introduction (21:55-22:59)
  • Hobbing (23:00-24:35)
  • tune 2 (two versions) (25:00-27:22)
  • Baroque polska (27:58-30:25)

Old-Time music: James Ruchala, fiddle, and Cullen Strawn, banjo

  • Introduction (31:38-32:14)
  • Duck river (32:15-35:15)
  • Susanna gal (Fly around my pretty miss) (36:42-41:13)

Tom Ross, guitar and voice

  • Introduction (41:55-42:44)
  • Turning ten (by Tom Ross) (42:45-48:45)

Captive Ballad: Brenda Romero, guitar and voice

  • Introduction (48:50-49:39)
  • La Cautiva Marcelina (49:40-53:25)

Balkan music: Carole Silverman, voice, Mark Levy, clarinet, and Kalin Kirilov, accordion

  • Introduction (53:25)
  • 2 pravo horos (55:26-60:22)
  • 2 Romani tunes (61:05-66:42)
  • Accordion solo (traditional Romani tunes) (66:52-68:42)
  • Romani song (68:58-71:45)

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