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Wednesday - Verity Sharp

Verity Sharp's choices tonight include Ethiopian singer Selamnesh Zemene, dark ambience from Cyclobe's album Wounded Galaxies Tap at The Window, more from Irish fiddler Gerry Diver's Speech Project and the Wells Cathedral Choir singing the music of Bob Chilcott.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • La Volée d’Castors

    Trad arr. VDC: Les Coucous

    • Migration.
    • La Factrie FACCD4.
  • Andre Marchand, Lisa Ornstein, and Normond Miron - Trad: Hommage á Louis 'Pitou' Boud

  • Fulani Ensemble

    Trad: Alhamdulillaahi

    • Burkina Faso Rhythms of the Grasslands.
    • Nonesuch Explorer Series 7559 79713 2.
  • Twenty-One Crows

    21 Crows: Gone From Me

    • Sons of Liberty.
    • Mulso Primary Records.
  • Marconi Union

    The Contact

    • Under Wires and Searchlights.
    • Just Music TA0044.
  • Wells Cathedral Choir

    Bob Chilcott: I Sing of a Mayden

    • Requiem.
    • Hyperion CDA67650.
  • Tomas Sanderson

    Old Hat with Feathers

    • Bombus.
    • Bombus Music BAT2010.
  • Selamnesh Zemene & Badume’s Band

    Wérqu: Sabiyé

    • Ale Gena.
    • Innacor INNA41112.
  • Cyclobe


    • Wounded Galaxies Tap at The Window.
    • Phantomcode NAOS01CD.
  • Sam Lee

    Trad. arr. Lee: My Ausheen

    • Ground of Its Own.
  • Karen Ryan

    O'Leary: Waltz and Reel

    • The Coast Road.
    • Cló lar-Chonnacht CICD 188.
  • Gerry Diver featuring Damien Dempsey

    Diver: Feel No Pain

    • Speech Project.
    • One Fine Day Records OFCD001.
  • Ensemble Resonanz

    Wolfe: Fuel

    • Cruel Sister.
    • Cantaloupe CA21069.
  • Maalem Sid Damir & Gnawa Allstars

    Trad arr. Damir: Bania Bambara

    • Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco.
    • World Music Network RGNET1266.
  • Yoshida Kyodai

    Trad: Kodo

    • Hishou.
    • Domo 730712.
  • Riley Baugus

    Trad: The Day is Past and Gone

    • The Mountain Music Project.
    • Mountain Music MMJ 2614.


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