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Wednesday - Fiona Talkington

Dutch saxophone ensemble Amstel Quartet play Michael Nyman, Samy Elmaghribi sings a Judeo-Moroccan song, and French group Astrid take an individual approach to Erik Satie. Introduced by Fiona Talkington.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Chicha Libre

    Wagner/Cudahy: The Ride of the Valkyries

    • Canibalismo.
    • Crammed Discs craw82.
  • Farmers Market

    Slav to the Rhythm

    • Slav to the Rhythm.
    • Division Records DIVRECCD019.
  • Amstel Quartet

    Michael Nyman arr. David Roach: Three Movements for String Quartet No. 2 (II)

    • Amstel Tracks NOW!.
    • Challenge Classics CC72534.
  • Rebekah Findlay

    Lovesome Hill

    • Improvising Around the Sun.
    • Ted Records TEDRFCD002.
  • Samy Elmaghribi

    Mal Hbibi Malou

    • Rough Guide to Morocco.
    • World Music Network RGNET1266.
  • Sisu

    John Cage: Trio: Allegro – March – Waltz

    • Will You Give Me to Tell You.
    • Albedo ALBCD021.
  • Phronesis

    Charm Defensive

    • Walking Dark.
    • Edition Records EDN1031.
  • Current 93

    Passenger Aleph in Name

    • Baalstorm, Sing Omega.
    • Coptic Cat Records NIFE 010CD.
  • Astrïd

    Erik Satie

    • High Blues.
    • Rune Grammofon RCD2126.
  • The False Beards

    Marie Celeste on Down

    • Weirdlore: Notes from the Folk Underground.
    • Folk Police Recordings FPR 008.
  • Boxcar Aldous Huxley

    Hora

    • Weirdlore: Notes from the Folk Underground.
    • Folk Police Recordings FPR 008.
  • United Continuo Ensemble

    Giovanni Battista Vitali: Capritio sopra ono figure

    • Bassi.
    • Pan Classics PC10272.
  • Virgínia Rodrigues

    Israfel

    • Sol Negro.
    • Hannibal Records HNCD1425.
  • Thor-Harald Johnsen (lute)

    Bellerofonte Castaldi: Tasteggio soave

    • Bassi.
    • Pan Classics PC10272.
  • Dhafer Youssef

    Un soupir eternal

    • Divine Shadow.
    • Jazzland Records 0602498772249.
  • Chris Fitkin

    Sextet

    • Piano Circus.
    • Argo 433 522 2.
  • Ian Boddy / Erik Wøllo

    Undergrowth

    • Frontiers.
    • DiN Records DiN39.

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