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Thursday - Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington features a session from Soumik Datta, recorded on the Radio 3 stage at this year's WOMAD festival. Also features music from The Internal Tulips, Carlou D and the Motion Trio.

1 hour, 30 minutes

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Thu 29 Jul 2010 23:30

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  • Joseph Nganga

    Boloe ya mwasi oyo

    Artist: Franco, de Wayon, Nganga, Roitelet, Henriot

    • Roots of OK Jazz – Congo Classics 1955-1956.
    • Crammed Discs CRAW67.
  • Carlou D feat. Youssou N’Dour


    • Musikr.
    • World Village 450013.
  • Michael Nyman and Motion Trio


    • Acoustic Accordions.
    • MN Records MNRCD117.
  • Jan Bang

    Passport Control

    Artist: Jan Bang with Eivind Aarset feat. Jon S Lunde (samples), Rolf-Erik Nystrom (saxophone)

    • …and poppies from Kandahar.
    • Samadhisound ss018.
  • Beto Villares

    Africa La

    • Beto Villares.
    • Six Degrees 6570361152.
  • The Internal Tulips


    • Mislead into a field by a deformed deer.
    • Planet Mu ZIQ266.
  • Ballrogg


    • Insomnia.
    • Bolage BLGCD010.
  • Anton Webern

    Sehr mässig (first movement) from Quartet for tenor saxophone, violin, clarinet and piano,

    Artist: Jennifer Frautschi (piano), Christopher Oldfather (tenor saxophone), Daniel Goble (clarinet), Michael Lowenstern (violin)

    • Webern – Symphony, Six Pieces, Concerto for 9 instruments.
    • Naxos 8.557530.
  • Nitin Sawhney


    • Beyond Skin.
    • Outcaste CASTE9CD.
  • Jaga Jazzist


    • One Armed Bandit.
    • Ninja Tune ZENCD152.
  • Soumik Datta

    Raga Brindavani Sarang

    Artist: Soumik Datta (sarod), Shahbaz Hussain (tabla)

    • BBC recording from the Radio 3 Stage at WOMAD 2010.
  • Soumik Datta

    Raga Des (teental)

    Artist: Soumik Datta (sarod), Shahbaz Hussain (tabla)

    • BBC recording from the Radio 3 Stage at WOMAD 2010.


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