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Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington's varied musical selection includes Berlin electronica by Pole, a Norwegian-Nepalese collaboration and a Stabat mater by Vladimir Godar, featuring Iva Bittova.

Fiona Talkington presents a varied selection of music, including Berlin electronica by Pole, a Norwegian-Nepalese collaboration and a Stabat mater by Slovak composer Vladimir Godar, featuring the voice of Iva Bittova.

23:15
Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: When I Am Laid In Earth
Album: Money Will Ruin Everything Vol 2
Rune Grammofon RCD 2072

23:19
Frode Haltli & Trygve Seim: Waits For Waltz
Album: Yeraz
ECM Records 175 7975

(Segue)

23:27
Spiers and Boden: Mary Anne
Album: Vagabond
Navigator Records, Navigator 12

23:33
Marcin Wasilewski Trio: Cinema Paradiso
Album: January
ECM Records 1737345

23:41
Fovea Hex: We Sleep You Bloom
Album: Neither Speak Nor Remain Silent: One
Die Stadt Musik DS83

(Segue)

23:50
Pole: Taxi
Album: Pole
KIFF KIFF017CD

23:58
Svein Westad (Norway); Shyam Nepali, Durga Khatiwada & Jiwan Rai (Nepal): Joy & Kivlemøyane
Album: Meeting In The Mountain
Etnisk Musikklubb EM53

00:10
William Byrd: Lullaby
Performed By Aapo Häkkinen (harpsichord)
Album: Music for the Virginals
Alba ABCD 148

(Segue)
00:15
Andrew Pekler: Wait; Soft Dissolve
Album: Nocturnes, False Dawns & Breakdowns
Scape SC25CD

00:24
Vladimir Godar: Stálá Matka (Stabat Mater)
Performed By Iva Bittová (voice); Milos Valent (violin) & Solamente Naturali conducted by Marek Stryncl
Album: Mater
ECM New Series 476 5689

00:44
Terje Isungset (ice percussion); Ante Mikkel Gaup & Sara Marielle Gaup (voice): Cahcelottas, Polar Night, Nohkkadanlavlla, Sunrise Horizon
Album: Hibernation
All Ice 0905

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