Czech Music: At the Heart of the Bonfire – Bonus CD

Posted on August 29th, 2017 in Recent posts by .

This bonus CD is exclusively available with the October (#131) edition of Songlines

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The Czech language uses the same word – hranice – for bonfire and borderline. Czechia (the Czech Republic) is simultaneously at the warm heart of a burning fire, but also on the musical border between Western and Eastern Europe. The western part (including Prague) is more industrialised and the rural south and south-east is where local traditions are kept alive. Although Moravia in the east has a separate name, Czech is still spoken here. The lifestyle is different, however, and the rhythms are more playful, melodies more ornamented.

This 16-track CD features many of the top artists.

Petr Dorůžka 

 

Tracklisting:

1. Jitka Šuranská Trio – ‘Pofukuj větříčku a Maliny’,  Divé husy (2016)

2. Iva Bittová & Čikori - ‘Vila’, Entwine/Proplétám (2014)

3. Terne Čhave - ‘More, Love!’, More, Love! (2008)

4. Musica Folklorica & Veronika Malatincová - ‘Ej ženy, ženy, poradteže mi’, Ej ženy, ženy, poradteže mi (2013)

5. Ponk - ‘Šibeničky’, Postfolklor (2015)

6. BraAgas - ‘Brodil Janík koně’, unreleased (2017)

7. Jablkoň - ‘Černá Marie na rohu’, Hovada boží (2004)

8. Marta Töpferová & Milokraj - ‘Co mohl najíti poutník’, Tento svět (2017)

9. Bran - ‘Jen vítr kdyby vál’, Beaj vat! (2016)

10. Clarinet Factory - ‘Gore’, Meadows (2017)

11. Dva - ‘Nunovó Tango’, Fonók (2008)

12. Tara Fuki - ‘Dopis’, Winna (2014)

13. Jiří Pavlica & Hradišťan - ‘Vteřiny křehké’, Vteřiny křehké (2014)

14. HLASkontraBAS - ‘Černým lesem’, HLASkontraBAS (2016)

15. Beata Bocek - ‘Co jo tam bedym robić?’, O Tobje (2016)

16. Tomáš Kočko & Orchestr - ‘Tanečnica’, Do tanca! (2003)

 

Edited by the Arts and Theatre Institute, contact: lenka.dohnalova@artsinstitute.cz

Compiled by: Lenka Dohnalová, Petr Dorůžka, Jiří Moravčík, Aleš Opekar and Přemysl Štěpánek

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