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Verity Sharp

Verity Sharp's listening mix includes Lam Si Kwan playing the Chinese dizi flute, Ugandan singer Geoffrey Oryema and Thomas Bloch's Santa Maria for glass harmonica and male soprano.

Verity Sharp's captivating and curious listening choices include Lam Si Kwan playing the Chinese dizi flute, Ugandan singer Geoffrey Oryema and Thomas Bloch's Santa Maria for glass harmonica and male soprano. Ex Cathedra perform the music of Spanish baroque composer Diego Jose de Salazar alongside recordings Alan Lomax made in Mallorca in 1952.

Track List:

23:15
Spiro: Binatone
Album: Lightbox
Realworld CDRW172

23:19
Geoffrey Oryema: Piri Wango Iya
Album: Exile
Realworld CDRW14

23:22
Elbtonal Percussion: St. Agnes & The Burning Train
Album: Four Elements
ACT 9438 2

(Segue)

23:25
Thomas Bloch (glass harmonica): Sancta Maria
With Fabrice di Falco (male soprano, baritone, all voice parts)
Album: Thomas Bloch - Glass Harmonica
Naxos 855 5295

(Segue)

23:31
John Jenkins: The Bell Pavan
Performed By Hespèrion XX
Album: John Jenkins - Consort Music for Viols
Astrée E 8724

23:37
Salazar: ¡Salga El Torillo Hosquillo!
Performed By Ex Cathedra Consort; Jeffrey Skidmore
Album: Fire Burning in Snow
Hyperion CDA67600

(Segue)

23:42
Tall de Vermadors de Binissalem (vocals, violins, castanets): Copeo De Bergant
Album: Alan Lomax, The Spanish Recordings - Mallorca
Rounder CD 11661 1769 2

23:44
Sebastià Ordines (flute/Sheep’s bells): Ses Corregudes, Sa Jota De Sa Son, Sa Jota Maleita (Tonades de flauta)
Album: Alan Lomax, The Spanish Recordings - Mallorca
Rounder CD 11661 1769 2

(Segue)

23:48
Jing Ying Soloists & Lam Si Kwan (di-zi): Birdsong
Album: Like Waves Against The Sand
Saydisc CD SDL 325

23:53
George Crumb: Sea-Nocturne (Vox Balaenae)
Performed By Conchord: Daneil Pailthorpe (flute); Bridget MacRae (cello); Julian Milford (piano)
Album: George Crumb - Voice of the Whale
Black Box BBM 1076

23:59
Geoffrey Oryema: Lubanga
Album: Exile
Realworld CDRW 14

00:03
Selim Seliman (ad vocal & simsimiyya); Soliman Hussein (oil-can drumming): Mili ‘Allaya Mili
Album: The Music of Islam - Music of the South Sinai Bedouins
Celestial Harmonies 131 412

(Segue)

00:09
A3: Libertà pizzicata
Album: Solid Roots Italian Style
Folk Club EthnoSuoni

00:12
JJ Cale: Who Knew
Single: Who Knew
Because Music

(Segue)

00:16
Duke Ellington: Jumpin Punkins
Album: Duke Ellington - Classics 1940-41
Classics 837

00:20
Tsequé-Maryam Guebrou: Mother’s Love
Album: The Very Best of Éthiopiques
Manteca MANTDCD 245

(Segue)

00:24
Alèmu Aga: Abatatchen Hoy
Album: The Very Best of Éthiopiques
Manteca MANTDCD 245

(Segue)

00:28
Rypdal: Into The Widerness
Terje Rypdal
Album: Skywards
ECM 5337 682

00:36
Plainchant: Antiphon, Laeva Eius – Ceballos, Hortus Conclusus
Performed By Stile Antico
Album: Song of Songs
Harmonia Mundi HMU 807489

(Segue)

00:41
Arvo Pärt: Silouans Song
Performed By Talinn Chamber Orchestra
Album: Arvo Pärt Te Deum
ECM 4391 622

(Segue)

00:46
Pachón arr. Langenhuijsen: La Nan Del Caballo Grande
Performed By The Metropole Orchestra; Rafael de Utrera (voice); Daniel Méndez (guitar)
Album: El Viento - The García Lorca Project
ACT 9490 2

00:53
Javier Ruibal: Perla De La Medina
Album: Rough Guide to Mediterranean Café Music
World Music Network RGNET 1143

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