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Thursday - Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt presents the 'Thoreau' movement from Charles Ives's Piano Sonata No 2 and Marcus Hamblett in a solo harp improvisation.

Alexei Lubimov plays the 'Thoreau' movement from Charles Ives Piano Sonata No. 2, "Concord, Mass., 1840-60", Rose Stanley and Helstroffer's Band perform Purcell's Now That The Sun Hath Veil'd His Light, Bonnie Raitt and Lowell George play Stevie Wind's classic Can't Find My Way Home and Marcus Hamblett treats us to a Solo Harp Improvisation. Presented by Max Reinhardt.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Henry Purcell

    Now that the sun hath veiled his light, Z. 193, "An Evening Hymn on a Ground"

    Performer: Rosemary Standley.
    • Love I Obey.
    • Alpha.
    • 13.
  • Amara TourĂ©

    N'Nijo

    • Amara TourĂ© - Singles Collection 1973 - 1976.
    • Analog Africa.
    • 1.
  • Virginia Astley

    Summer of their Dreams

    Performer: Virginia Astley.
    • From Gardens Where We Feel Secure.
    • Chrysalis Records Limited.
    • 7.
  • Brian Eno

    Lantern Marsh

    • Ambient 4: On Land.
    • Virgin.
    • 5.
  • Graham Fitkin

    Disco (Excerpt)

    Performer: Fitkin Band.
  • Eska

    Gate Keeper

    • BBC Recording.
  • Ginger Johnson & His African Messengers

    Talking Drum

    • African Party.
    • Masquerade Records.
    • 5.
  • David Fanshawe

    National Cultural Festival

    • Music from Thailand & Laos.
    • Arc Music.
    • 8.
  • Natalia Bonner, Nick Barr & Max Richter

    Iconography

    • Richter: The Blue Notebooks.
    • Deutsche Grammophon.
    • 5.
  • Billy Jenkins

    Six Pallbearers Big and Strong

    • Death, Ritual & Resonation.
    • Billy Jenkins.

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