World Music

Today during the first hour we listened to music of the Nyckleharpa Orchestra, recorded live at the Nordic Roots Festival 2001. Recording engineer was Chris Dronen and edited by Dan Rein

In the second hour we listened to an interview with Sarah Plum, violin and viola professor at Drake University.

DJ Musically Rich takes the night!




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Spring Pledge Drive Part 2: Larry Englund joins Steely in the studio with a box of 45’s and a hundred reasons to pledge your support to KFAI!

This is the second and last program for KFAI’s Spring Pledge Drive. Like the first one, it includes nothing but listener’s favorites. Now is the time to support radio by, from and for the community.

Encuentro is giving away Mexican Wrestler’s masks as a Pledge Drive gift

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Thanks to everyone who pledged support for KFAI during today’s African Rhythms, pushing us closer to our goal! Brad and Charlie, along with Doug Cain from Global Beat and Lawyer Bill, made the case for supporting independent radio and played a lot of classic material (Tony Allen, Lee Scratch Perry, Samba Mapangala, Oumou Sangare, et al) along the way.

Susana di Palma talks about her trials of bringing Zorongo’s latest work, Zorro, to life onstage, and Kristina plays music sung by young ladies with voices of honey.

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