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13/01/2009

Fiona Talkington presents a varied mix of music, including an excerpt from Terry Riley's 1980s epic Salome Dances for Peace played by the Kronos Quartet, Mongolian traditional pieces, plus an improvisation for trumpet and sampler by Arve Henriksen and Jan Bang.

Tracklisting:

23:15
Directing Hand: My Lagan Love
Album: Songs From The Red House (LP)
Singing Knives Records S010

23:19
Terry Riley: III The Gift: Echoes of Primordial Time/ Mongolian Winds
Kronos Quartet
Album: Salome Dances for Peace
Elektra Nonesuch 9792172

(Segue)

23:34
Badma Khanda Ensemble: Howling Wind
Album: Mongolian Music from Buryatia
ARC EUCD 2153

23:38
Ami Koita: Tata Sira
Album: Classic Titles – Mali
Cantos 0790025020

(Segue)

23:45
Rafael Bonavita: Chiaccona
Album: Musica Moderna
Enchiriadis ENC-2019

(Segue)

23:48
Ruth Theodore: Overexpanding
Album: Worm Food
River Rat Records RRR002

23:51
Arve Henriksen (trumpet) Jan Bang (live sampling)
Improvisation
BBC Recording 14 November 2008 Kings Place

00:02
Bela Emerson: 5HTP
Album: Hespera
Bip Hop BLEEP38

00:09
Richard Thompson: Willy O’Winsbury
Album: Walking the Long Miles Home
Free Reed Music FRQCD 55

00:15
Terry Riley: Persian Surgery Dervishes
Album: Terry Riley Persians Surgery
Newtone NT6715

00:40
A-a-a-a Mazultye (ah my little girl)
S Povilionene (recorded 1959)
Album: Lithunania the Country of Songs
Ocora Records

(Segue)

00:41
Oi Meiga Meiga (O Sleep Sleep)
Satrija ethnographical ensemble from Luoke (recorded 1989)
Album: Lithunania the Country of Songs
Ocora Records

(Segue)

00:43
Ciutyta Rutlea
Z Zakarevicius (zither)
Album: Lithunania the Country of Songs
Ocora Records

00:45
Richard Thompson: Beeswing
Album: Finding Better Words
Free Reed FRCD57

00:51
Shoreline: Shipwrecked
Album: Time Well Spent
Willkommen 001

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1 hour, 45 minutes

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