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Tuesday - Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington brings together John Martyn, Sigur Ros, and Czech violinist, singer and composer Iva Bittova. Plus, music from Yes in a tribute to the late Peter Banks, their founding guitarist.

1 hour, 15 minutes

Music Played

  • Sam Amidon

    Weeping Mary

    • Bright Sunny South.
    • Nonesuch.
    • 530858.
  • Yes

    Yesterday and Today

    • Yes.
    • Rhino.
    • 8122-737862.
  • Jan Garbarek

    Parce Mihi Domine

    • Officium.
    • ECM.
    • ECM-445 369-2.
  • John Martyn

    She Moves Through the Fair

    • Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain's Visionary Music.
    • UMC.
    • EDEN 1.
  • Gbeya instrumental group

    Boy Kom

    • Centrafrique: Xylophones de l'Ouham-Pende.
    • Ocora Radio France.
    • C560094.
  • The Geordie Approach

    The Candidate

    • Inatween.
    • Bruce's Fingers.
    • BF 116.
  • Grigore Lese

    La Horea Lapuseneasca

    • Lapus Song.
    • Ocora.
    • C-600023.
  • Sigur Rós

    Untitled 2

    • untitled #1 (a.k.a. "Vaka").
    • MCA.
    • MCA B0000272-52.
  • Sigur Rós

    Untitled 3

    • untitled #1 (a.k.a. "Vaka").
    • MCA.
    • MCA B0000272-52.
  • John Tavener

    Slava Tebie Kontakion 10

    Performer: BBC S O.. Performer: Martin Baker. Performer: BBC Singers. Performer: Choir of Westminster Abbey.
    • Tavener: Akathist of Thanksgiving.
    • Sony Classical.
    • SK 64 446.
  • Unni Boksasp Ensemble

    Ei Reise

    • Kvite Fuglar.
    • Unni Boksasp.
    • UBE 1.
  • Iva Bittová

    IX

    • Fragments.
    • ECM.
    • ECM 2275.
  • Elephant Shampoo

    Valium Ambiences

    • Valium Ambiences EP.

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