Music 1: ‘Having Seen The Moon’ by Karl Jenkins. From the album Requiem. Released by EMI Records.
Music 2: ‘And The Healing Has Begun’ written and performed by Van Morrison. Released by Polydor.
Music 3: ‘Varen’ by Edvard Grieg. Available on the album Nordic Light. Performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Releaed by BIS.
Music 4: ‘Von Der Jugend (Of Youth)’, the 3rd Movement from Das Lied Von Der Erde (The Song of the Earth) by Gustav Mahler. Performed by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Released by Preiser Records.
Music 5: ‘Vocalise’, composed by Sergei Rachmaninov, performed by the English Chamber Orchestra and the Tertelier family. Available on the album Tertelier Family Favourites. Published by EMI Records.
Music 6: ‘The Moon Over Mtatsiminda’ by Jansug Kakhidze, performed by Jan Garbarek. Available on the album Rites. Released by ECM Records.
Music 7: ‘I Think I Understand’ by Joni Mitchell. Available on the album Clouds. Released by Reprise.
Reading 1: “The Boats” by Tomaz Salamun. Available in the Poetry Review Vol 99.4 Winter 2009 “This Time It’s Personal”, available at www.poetryreview.org.uk.
Reading 2: ‘Gravy’ by Raymond Carver. Available in “All of Us”, collected poems of Raymond Carver. Published by Harvill P.
Reading 3: “In Consolation to His Wife” by Plutarch, translated by Robin Waterfield. Available in Essays, published by Penguin.
Reading 4: “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” by Dylan Thomas. Available in Collection Poems, published by Phoenix.
Reading 5: “Our Billie” by Ian Clayton. Published by Penguin, available from April 2010.
Reading 6: “Revelation” by Robert Frost. Available in Poems of Doubt and Belief. Published by Macmillan.
Reading 7: “The Diving Bell And The Butterfly” by Jean-Dominique Bauby. Translated by Jeremy Leggatt. Published by Fourth Estate.
Reading 8: “To Leuconoe” by Eric McAlpine. From The Literary Review Vol 52/4 Summer 2009. Published by Farleigh Dickinson Unversity.