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Thursday - Verity Sharp

Tonight, Julie Murphy tickles the ivories on her new album A Quiet House, Indian violin virtuoso Kala Ramnath plays Meera Bhajan in Raag Bhairavi and there's vocal acrobatics from Camille. Plus another folksong inventively arranged by Sam Lee on his album Ground of Its Own. With Verity Sharp.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge

    Elgar: Ave Verum Corpus

    • An Easter Album.
    • Naxos 8.57017576.
  • Ryan Teague

    Shadow Play

    • Field Drawings.
    • Village Green VGCD003.
  • Julie Murphy

    The Fountain

    • A Quiet House.
    • Shells in the Ocean CD01.
  • Llama

    Goldschmidt: Cada qué

    • Rompiendo Aguas.
    • World Village WV498050.
  • Banda Olifante / Mamadou Diabaté

    Bertozzi / Eusebio: Le Chemin du Griot

    • fRoots 039.
    • fRoots Magazine 039.
  • Robert Jarvis / Janet Spanswick

    Jarvis: A Way of Life

    • Lambourn Voices.
    • Private Recording.
  • Neil Yates

    Storm on the Irish Sea

    • Five countries.
    • Edition Records EDN1029.
  • Sam Lee

    Trad. arr. Lee: Wild Wood Amber

    • Ground of Its Own.
  • Kala Ramnath

    Kamnath: Meera Bhajan in Raag Bhairavi

    • Nectar.
    • Sense World Music Sense072.
  • Camille

    The Monk

    • Music Hole.
    • EMI 5099920695927.
  • Ulrich Schnauss


    • Goodbye.
    • Independiente ISOM68CD.
  • Klaus Nomi (counter tenor)

    Purcell: Cold Song

    • Klaus Nomi Encore!.
    • RCA ND74421.
  • Ksenija Sidorova (accordion)

    Nordheim: Flashing

    • Ksenija Sidorova.
    • Champs Hill CHRCD019.


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