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Max de Wardener and Oliver Coates

Tonight's programme includes a track from Tanzania's '80s hit dance band Vijana Jazz, a movement from Gerry Diver's Speech Project featuring the voice of Shane MacGowan, one of the earliest pieces of electronic music written in the 1940s by Halim el-Dabh, and the Smith Quartet play the first dance from White Man Sleeps by Kevin Volans.

This month's Late Junction Session comes courtesy of composer Max de Wardener and cellist Oliver Coates. They collaborated at our Maida Vale studio and created 3 new works featuring modified instruments.

Presented by Verity Sharp.

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1 hour, 30 minutes

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Thu 12 Apr 2012 23:00

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