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David Dalle

David Dalle
Thursday May 30th, 2013 with David Dalle
Music from the Himalayans and inspired by mountains and mountain climbing

Today's show is inspired by thoughts of great mountains and the Himalaya with the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Mt. Everest yesterday by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. Music from Nepal and Tibet and Richard Strauss's "An Alpine Symphony".
Sakyay Kang-way Yang-ro
Sakya Monks - Anthology of World Music: The Music of Tibetan Buddhism - Rounder
Basant
Indralal and Pancha Narayan - Folksongs & Sacred Music from Nepal - ARC
Ramkali
Jhalakman - Folksongs & Sacred Music from Nepal - ARC
Love Song
Dwarikalal Joshi - Folksongs & Sacred Music from Nepal - ARC
Song of praise to the goddess of dusk and dawn
Sarada Damini - Bards of the Himalaya - Le Chant du Monde
The epic of Malusahi and Rajuli
Mohan Singh - Bards of the Himalaya - Le Chant du Monde
Temple Music, Bol Vinti Tal
Musicians from Tripura Sundari - Bards of the HImalaya - Le Chant du Monde
Cacari
Pratap Singh et al. - Bards of the Himalaya - Le Chant du Monde
Invitation to Shugden
Gelugpa Monks - Anthology of World Music: The Music of Tibetan Buddhism - Rounder
An Alpine Symphony
Richard Strauss/Vienna Philharmonic, Christian Thielemann - Eiene Alpensinfonie - Deutsche Grammophon
Heloise
Me, Mom & Morgentaler - Shiva Space Machine - Cargo Canadian
Interactive CKCU
David Dalle (host)
I kid you not, yesterday morning I thought about the band Me, Mom & Morgentaler, a wonderfully fun Montreal band from the early 90's. I haven't touched their cd in probably more than 15 years but I took it to work and listened to it that morning. Later I see in the news that Dr. Henry Morgentaler had died that morning!

4:05 PM, May 30th, 2013
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