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Alim Qasimov Ensemble, Hebrides Ensemble, Camille O'Sullivan

Verity Sharp presents the third and final live edition of Late Junction from Edinburgh, with a line-up including the Alim Qasimov Ensemble, Edinburgh based Hebrides Ensemble and Irish chanteuse Camille O'Sullivan.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 23 Aug 2012 23:00

Music Played

  • Alim Qasimov Ensemble

    Sevgilim

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Hebrides Ensemble

    John Adams: Road Movies (1st movement)

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Dick Gaughan

    It's What You Do With What You've Got

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Alim Qasimov Ensemble

    Mahur hindi tesnifi-Daglarin Bashi

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Hebrides Ensemble

    James MacMillan: Kiss on Wood

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Hebrides Ensemble

    Charles Ives: Piano Trio (1st movement)

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Camille O’Sullivan / Feargal Murray

    Gillian Welch: Revelator

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Camille O’Sullivan / Feargal Murray

    Camille O'Sullivan / Feargal Murray: To Kill Myself (from The Rape of Lucrece)

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Camille O’Sullivan / Feargal Murray

    Nick Cave: Ship Song

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Dick Gaughan

    Lemmings

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Dick Gaughan

    Both Sides The Tweed

    • Late Junction at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    • BBC Recording.

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