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Markus Stockhausen

Friday 26 August 2005 23:30-1:00 (Radio 3)

The first part of an ambitious new work by trumpeter and composer Markus Stockhausen. Commissioned specially by the BBC, the two-part work bridges the gap between jazz and contemporary classical music. Son of the famous composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, his own work is more lyrical and gentle, as exemplified on his acclaimed albums for the ECM record label.

For this concert, he is joined by Angelo Comisso on piano and Christian Thomé on drums. The second part of the commission will be aired tomorrow evening on BBC Radio 3's Hear and Now.

With Jez Nelson.

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

Playlist

Markus Stockhausen talks to Kevin Le Gendre

Markus Stockhausen recorded at the Pitville Pump Room, Cheltenham Jazz Festival 30th April 2005

Markus Stockhausen - trumpet and flugelhorn
Christian Thome - drums
Angelo Comisso - piano and synthesiser
Title Sowieso (Parts 1-6)
Composer Markus Stockhausen
Duration 44'12"

Feature: Brian Priestley looks back at Ornette Coleman's first concert outside the USA, at Croydon Fairfield Halls, 40 years ago this week on the 29th August

Music heard during the feature:

Title Clergyman's Dream
Composer Ornette Coleman

Title Sounds & Forms for Wind Quintet
Composer Ornette Coleman

Title Sadness
Composer Ornette Coleman

Title Silence
Composer Ornette Coleman

Title Falling Stars

Title Doughnuts

All tracks composed by Ornette Coleman, from the albums Ornette Coleman in Europe Vols. 1 and 2 on Polydor/Freedom

Preview of Meshell Ndegeocello's sextet on next week's show:

Title Invocation
Composer Ndegeocello




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