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Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington presents a world of musical invention and surprise, including Mark Rieners revealing the sound of burning plastic and music by Steve Reich and Swedish guitarist David Stackenas.

Track List:

23:15
Paco el lobo, Titi Robin, Hameed Khan: Cuivre
Album: Gitans
Naïve

23:20
Jan Garbarek: Voy Cantando
Album: Dresden
ECM 2709572

23:30
Efterklang & Danish National Chamber Orchestra: Frida found a friend
Album: Performing Parades
RUM022PR

23:38
Show of Hands: Drift
Album: Arrongance Ignorance and Greed
HMCD29

(Segue)

23:42
Bratko Bibic and the Madleys
Ableitung

23:45
Steve Reich: Four organs
Performed by members of Piano Circus
Album: Piano Circus
Argo Records 440 294-2

00:02
Mulatu Astatke and the Heliocetrics: Esketa Dance
Album: Inspiration Information 3
Stones Throw LC 07306

00:06
David Stackenäs: Akshun Jaction
Album: Separator
Found you recordings 009 IS01

(Segue)

00:11
David Stackenäs : Night Eyes, Mister SsippiSeedcd
Album: Separator
Found you recordings 009 IS01

00:13
Stefan Bollani: Improvisation 13 en la mineur (Poulenc)
Album: Stone In The Water
ECM 1794161

00:20
Shivkumar Sharma: Raga Gurjari Todi
Album: An Audience with Pandit Shivkumar Sharma
Navras NAVR 0114

00:40
Andreas Eklöf: Passage for Zithers
Album: NOR
Compunctio compcd003

(Segue)

00:44
Ingrid Karklins: Ik Vakara
Album: Red Hand
Willow Music

(Segue)

00:45
Hildur Gudnadottir, BJ Nilsen, Stillupsteypa: How to catch the right thought
Album: Second childhood
Quecksilber 12

00:52
Dowland: Mr Dowland’s midnight
Performed by Nigel North (lute)
Album: Dowland
Naxos 8.557586

(Segue)

00:54
Mark Riener: Phlegothon
Album: Source Records Music of the Avant Garde 1968-71
Promo

Release date:

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Thu 22 Oct 2009 23:15

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