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    Crackleton Manor into June

    June’s first Crackleton Manor features a selection of recordings from 1923-1949, influenced by various things including the 100th anniversary of the debut performance of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” last Wednesday, National Accordion Awareness Month and current events in Turkey.

    Pic: Dancers from the Ballet Russes in costume for the first ever production of The Rite of Spring in 1913

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    PLAYLIST:

    • “El Aeroplano (excerpt)” by Cuarteto de Roberto Firpo from “Seleccion De La Historia Del Tango”
    • “Slippery Horn” by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra from “Original Masters”
    • “Entra na fila” by Orquestra do Maestro Zacarias from “BRESIL – LE CHANT DU NORDESTE 1928-1950”
    • “Spoonful Blues” by Charley Patton from “Complete Recordings 1929-1934”
    • “Taalibet Laariss” by Cheikh Elafrite from “Musique Pupulaire Tunisienne – Vol. II”
    • “La Valse de Madame Sosten” by Joseph and Cléoma Falcon from “excavatedshellac.com
    • “Cantes de Triana” by Tomas Pavon with Melchor de Marchena from “Early Cante Flamenco – Classic Recordings from the 1930s”
    • “Banovata Pesen (Song for Bana)” by Gergana Tsekova & the Peyu Budakov Orch. from “Song Of The Crooked Dance – Early Bulgarian Traditional Music 1927-42”
    • “Embraceable You” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli from “Kind Of”
    • “Limehouse Blues” by Joe Haymes from “That Devilin’ Tune – Vol.2”
    • “Hanohano Hanalei” by Kalama’s Quartet from “Early Hawaiian Classics – 1927-1932”
    • “Nédén Hitch Dourmadam Séymiche Bou Gueuydum” by Üstad Münir Nurettin Selçuk from “Turkish Classical Song Master”
    • “(Del Riego’s) Oh Dry Those Tears” by Pablo Casals with Walter Golde from “Encores and Transcriptions, Vol. 5: Complete Acoustic Recordings, Part 3 (1920-1924”
    • “Venus de Milo” by the Miles Davis Nonet from ”The Complete Birth of the Cool”
    • “Lock and Key” by Bessie Smith from “Vol. 4 – Empty Bed Blues – 1927-1928”
    • “Illusione (Deep Purple)” by Natalino Otto & Alberto Semprini e la sua Orchestra from ”Un Nome. La Storia”
    • “Shenaz Longa” by Şükrü Tunar from “Legendary Clarinetist of Turkey”
    • “(Stravinsky’s) Rite of Spring” by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra from “Walt Disney’s Fantasia – Original Sound Track”
    • “52nd Street Theme” by Bud Powell Quintet from “Sonny Rollins – Complete Capitol, Savoy & Blues Note Feature Recordings”
    • “Ruckus Juice and Chittlin’” by The Memphis Jug Band from “Ruckus Juice and Chittlins – The Great Jug Bands – Classic recorings of the 1920’s and 30’s – Vol. 1”
    • “C.C. & O. Blues” by Pink Anderson & Sammie Dooley from “Roots ‘n Blues – The Retrospective – 1925 – 1950”
    • “Taksim” by Refik Fersan from “Masters of Turkish Music”
    • “Kessik Kerem” by Hanende Ağyazar Efendi from “Istanbul 1925”
    • “Makam Rast” by Şükrü Tunar from “Masters of Turkish Music – Volume 2”
    • “Smyrneikos Manes” by Mme. Pipina from “Rembetika 7 – Women of Rembetika”
    • “Cryin’ All Day” by Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra from “Bix Beiderbecke – Krazy Kat”
    • “Poor But Ambitious” by The Bamboo Orchestra featuring Wilmoth Houdini from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
    • “Tap Room/ The Moving Bogs” by James Morrison from “From Ballymoate to Brooklyn”
    • “Zalaniwska Hreczka” by Ukrainska Selska Orchestra from “Ukrainian Village Music – Historic Recordings – 1928-1933”

     

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