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14 September 2004

Tuesday 14 September 2004 22:15-0:00 (Radio 3)

Fiona Talkington meets shakuhachi player Clive Bell in the studio and plays Thorson and Thurber in a new recording of Adrian Jack's Oriental.

Duration:

1 hour 45 minutes

Playlist

10.15
Karl Seglem: Blå botn
Karl Seglem
Taken from the album Femstein
NORCD 0455 for further details visit http://www.norcd.no

10.20
Rogers / Hart: The Lady is a Tramp
Sidsel Endresen / Bugge Wesseltoft
Taken from the album Nightsong
ACT 9004 2

10.27
Trad arr Bell: Honshirabe
Clive Bell
Live in the studio
Trad arr Bell: Itsuki No Komoriuta / Nanbu Ushioi-Uta
Clive Bell
Live in the studio

10.37
Rainer: Horse Hair
Rainer
Taken from the album Alpaca Lips
GRCD 482

10.47
D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor K69
Geln Wilson (harpsichord)
Taken from the album Scarlatti
Teldec  2292 46419 2

10.53
Bell / Ross: Parts 6&7
Clive Bell / David Ross + Walter and Donald (budgerigars)
Taken from the album Mystery Lights Pts 1-12
For further details visit http://www.clivebell.co.uk

11.10
Anon: Reiho
Clive Bell
Live in the studio

11.16
Kathryn Tickell: April
Kathryn Tickell Band
Taken from the album Air Dancing
PRKCD72

11.20
Anders Jormin: Choral
Lena Willemark (voice); Marilyn Crispell (piano); Anders Jormin (D bass); Raymond Strid (percussion) Karin Nelson(church organ)
Taken from the album In Winds, in light
ECM  981 1231

11.30
Trad. (liturgical): ‘Allahu-r-rabû dhahara lana
Sister Marie Keyrouz
Taken from the album Chants sacrés de l’Orient
HARMONIA MUNDI HMA 1951497 

11.33
Adrian Jack: Oriental
Thorson & Thurber, 2 pianos
Not commercially available

11.36
Arvo Pärt: Orient & Occident
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Taken from the album: Arvo Pärt – Orient & Occident
ECM NEW SERIES 1795 [472 080-2] 

11.43
Trad. (Laos): Lot Fay Tay Lang (The train goes down the track)
Thao Salilath, three-foot khène Instrument from Laos) (bamboo mouth organ)
Taken from the album Musics of the Earth
UNESCO D 8105    

11.45
Steve Reich: Four Organs
Piano Circus
Taken from the album: Volans – Lang – Reich – Moran
ARGO 440 294-2




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