Posts Tagged ‘folk’

Music of Scotland

On today’s pro­gramme, Elrik Mer­lin presents a vari­ety of Scot­tish music, both tra­di­tion­al and con­tem­po­rary. The playlist ranges from Scot­tish Coun­try Dance, to pipe bands, to folk music in Eng­lish and Gael­ic, and orches­tral works inspired by the land and peo­ple of the Scot­tish nation. Today, we’re fea­tur­ing tracks from “Karine Pol­wart’s Scot­tish Song­book”.

The Musical Magpie: Balkan sampler

Com­pli­cat­ed rhythms, unique vocal tech­niques, stringed instru­ments both plucked and bowed, flutes—and bag­pipes! Of course I would­n’t for­get the bag­pipes. On Sun­day, July 14, 12:30–2:00 pm Pacif­ic or Sec­ond Life time, the Musi­cal Mag­pie, Otenth Paderborn’s month­ly pro­gram of world, folk, and roots music, will sam­ple music from the Balkan penin­su­la. Lis­ten on Radio Riel […]

A British Folk Festival feat. The Lost Words

Today on Radio Riel we present a diverse col­lec­tion of British folk music, from the 60s to the cur­rent decade, fea­tur­ing a new album by eight vision­ary musi­cians: “Spell Songs: Lost Words”.

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