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Wednesday - Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington previews the WOMAD festival and features music from a new CD from Blowzabella, new country from Bonnie Prince Billy and the Cairo Gang, music by John Adams as used in the film 'I Am Love', and the hypnotic slow movement from Beethoven's String Quartet No 15.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • La Nelda Pina

    El Sucusu

    • Palenque Palenque – Champeta Criolla & Afro-roots in Colombia 1975-9.
    • Soundway Records SNDWCD022.
  • Blowzabella

    Il n'est plus temps / Famous Wolf

    • Dance.
    • Blowzabella.
  • Tinariwen


    • Music & Rhythm – WOMAD 1982-2007.
    • WOMAD 25.
  • Lepistö & Lehti


    • Helsinki.
    • Aito Records AICD012.
  • Paolo Angeli

    Misteri (Stabat – Tibi)

    • Tibi.
    • ReR Megacorp RERPA4.
  • Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou


    • Sound of the World presents Anywhere on this road (compiled by Charlie Gillett).
    • WJC 5186598292.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Third movement from String Quartet no.15 in A minor, Op.132 'a convalescent's holy song of

    Artist: The Artemis Quartet

    • Beethoven String Quartets Op.131, 18’2, 132, 59’3.
    • Parlophone 6071020.
  • Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Ségal - Houdesti

    Artist: Ballaké Sissoko (kora), Vincent Segal (cello), Mahamadou Kamissoko (n’goni), Fassery Diabaté (balafon)

  • Nancy Kerr & James Fagan

    Lover's Hymn

    • Twice Reflected Sun.
    • Navigator Records NAVIGATOR041.
  • John Adams

    Shaker Loops IV – a final shaking

    Artist: Orchestra of St Luke’s, John Adams (conductor)

    • I Am Love - Soundtrack.
    • Nonesuch 7559 524842-2.
  • Puma

    Last Waltz

    • Half Nelson Courtship.
    • Rune Grammofon RCD 2098.
  • Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & The Cairo Gang - Troublesome Houses

  • Brael & Tokyo Bloodworm - Saturn Shine


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