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Fiona Talkington - 27/12/2011

Fiona Talkington's selection includes Wanlov the Kubolor's heady brew of African and Balkan influences, piano music by JS Bach and Keith Jarrett, and a new release from electronic composer and sound artist Simon Fisher Turner.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Nils-Olav Johansen

    Bye Bye Blackbird

    • My Deal.
    • Jazzaway Records JARCD038.
  • Wanlov The Kubolor

    Vino La Mine

    • Brown Card - African Gypsy.
    • Pidgen Music PMR008.
  • Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi

    Shtayngart's Skotschne (trad arr Y Strom)

    • The Devil's Brides: Klezmer & Yiddish Songs.
    • Arc Music EUCD2345.
  • Mari Boine

    Vuoi Vuoi Me

    • Áiggi Askkis - An Introduction To Mari Boine.
    • Emarcy 0602527647180.
  • Tshamumania Anastasie and Singers

    Ndumba Wakumi Diekde Dikasa

    • Opike Pende: Africa at 78 RPM.
    • Dust-to-Digital DTD22.
  • Chris Watson

    El Divisadero

    • El Tren Fantasma.
    • Touch Records TO:42.
  • Lucas Santtana

    Natureza No. 1 em Mi Maior

    • Sem Nostalgia.
    • Mais Um Discos MAIS02.
  • Keith Jarrett (piano)

    Americana

    • Dark Intervals.
    • ECM 8373422.
  • Tèwèldè Rèdda

    Milenu

    • Ethiopiques Volume 5: Tigrina Music (Tigray / Eritrea 1970-1975).
    • Buda Musique 82965-2.
  • Humcrush

    Ha! 2

    • Ha!.
    • Rune Grammofon RC2114.
  • Jono McCleery

    Home

    • Recorded at the Queen of Hoxton Pub, London.
    • Private Recording.
  • Simon Fisher Turner

    Vast

    • Soundescapes.
    • Mute Artists CDSTUMM330.
  • Piers Lane (piano)

    JS Bach arr. Ignacy Friedman: Sonata in E flat major BWV1031 (2nd movement - Siciliano)

    • Bach Piano Transcriptions - 3.
    • Hyperion Records CDA67344.

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