2015-10-16 – Jensen & Bugge live in-studio plus music from Turkey, Finland, and Beyond

Jensen-&-Bugge-at-KAOS fmDanish folk duo Jensen & Bugge drop by STG for a live set of music and talk about folk music and how they found old Danish tunes forgotten at home but alive in the American midwest. You’ll also hear music from Finland, and tunes from Turkey as a  warmup for this weekend’s Turkfest at the Seattle Center.

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Hour 1
Pauliina Lerche
“Delhi.Katrilli feat. Sarathi Chatterjee” from Katrilli

Olcay Bayir “Benim Yarim” from Neva / Harmony

Wimme “Fádnu” from Barru (Wave)

Omar Faruk Tekbilek “Tahir Raks” from One Truth

Jensen & Bugge “Polka in C”  live in the KAOS performance studio

Interview with Jensen & Bugge

Jensen & Bugge “Ae Roemeser”  live in the KAOS performance studio

Jensen & Bugge “Mette’s favorite”  live in the KAOS performance studio

Jensen & Bugge “Ingela’s Waltz”  live in the KAOS performance studio

Jensen & Bugge “Evil Set”  live in the KAOS performance studio

Burlakat “Neido” from Tsastuska

Sultana “Kusu Kalkmaz” from The Rough Guide to Turkish Cafe

Hour 2
Ulla Pirttijärvi
“Inger-Mari (The Wedding Yoik for Inger-Mari and Sudhir)” from Mattarahku Askai

Mamak Khadem “High Sea” from The Road

Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal “Balazando” from Musique de Nuit

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

SK Kakraba “Darifu” from Songs of Paapieye

Mercan Dede “Nar-1 Ney (excerpt)” from Sufi Traveler

Vieux Farka Touré & Julia Easterlin “Bamba Na Wili” from Touristes

Seffarine “Masari” from De Fez a Jerez

The Brothers Nazaroff “Fishalach” from The Brothers Nazaroff: The Happy Prince

The Souljazz Orchestra “Bull’s eye” from Resistance

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Te Vaka “Mama E” from Amataga

Bwazan “An Ka Foli Ke” from Lost in Mali

Karim Nagi “Oriental Magic Carpet” from Detour Guide

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