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Tuesday - Max Reinhardt

45 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 16 July 2013

A Midsummer night's musical feast with Max Reinhardt including new albums from Nancy Elizabeth and Melt Yourself Down, a Last Duet from saxophonists Lol Coxhill and Michel Doneda, vintage Cajun from Amédé Ardoin (pictured) and contemporary works by Graham Fitkin and Arturas Bumsteinas.

Music Played

9 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • Image for Melt Yourself Down

    Melt Yourself Down Free Walk

    Melt Yourself Down, The Leaf Label, BAY 85CDP

  • Image for Daphne Oram

    Daphne Oram 2001 Effects Tape 1

    The Oram Tapes Volume One, Young Americans, YOUNGAM003CD

  • Image for Nancy Elizabeth

    Nancy Elizabeth Mexico

    DANCING, Leaf Label, BAY84CD

  • Image for Johann Sebastian Bach

    Johann Sebastian Bach Partita No 1 in B Minoe BWV 1002: 1. Allemanda

    Performer: Chris Thile.

    Bach: Sonatas and Partitas Vol 1, Nonesuch, 535360

  • Image for Arturas Bumsteinas

    Arturas Bumsteinas Prelude / Interlude

    Sleep (An Attempt At Trying), Bô?t, BR K002

  • Image for Lol Coxhill & Michel Doneda

    Lol Coxhill & Michel Doneda Last Duet 4

    Sitting On Your Stairs, Emanem, 5028

  • Image for Bobby

    Bobby "Blue" Bland Stormy Monday Blues

    The Voice, COLUMBIA, CDCHD-323

  • Image for Amédé Ardoin

    Amédé Ardoin Les Blues Prison

    For The Faithful, Tompkins Square, TSQPRO226

  • Image for Graham Fitkin

    Graham Fitkin Piano piece late '89



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