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Thursday - Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington with folk-inspired Bartok "re-gypsyfied" by Roma troupe Taraf de Haidouks, tuba improvisation from trio Microtub, ritual music from the rainforests of Malaysia, and an excerpt from Sun Ra's The Magic City, recorded 50 years ago on this day.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Taraf de Haïdouks

    Ostinato and Romanian dance

    • Maskarada.
    • Crammed Discs.
  • Lucy Ward

    Daniel And The Mermaid

    • I dreamt I was a bird.
    • Betty Beetroot.
  • Duke Ellington

    Solvejg’s Song (peer gynt)

    • Suite Thursday.
    • Broken Audio.
  • Henry Blythe

    Stop Smoking – a hypnotic treat

    • Stop Smoking – a hypnotic treat.
    • UPC.
  • Iain Chambers

    Bascule (extract)

  • The Necks

    Vertigo (extract)

    • Vertigo.
    • ReR records.
  • Susanna

    What's Love got to do with it

    • Songs Revisited EP.
    • www.susannasonata.com.
  • Ken Nordine

    Blue

    • Colors.
    • Asphodel ?.
  • A Filetta

    Gradualia 29/12

    • Castelli.
    • World Village.
  • Espen Eriksen Trio

    Grounded

    • Never Ending January.
    • Rune grammofon.
  • Calder Quartet

    Nightfalls from the four quarters (Thomas Ades)

    • Thomas Ades - The Twenty-Fifth Hour.
    • Signum Classics.
  • The Spooky Men's Chorale

    Warm

    • Warm.
    • www.spookymen.com.
  • Penghulu Along Uda

    Flower

    • Dream Songs and Healing Sounds in the Rainforests of Malaysia.
    • Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
  • Karl Seglem

    Slengevind

    • Lærad (The Tree).
    • NORCD.
  • The Sun Ra Arkestra

    The Magic City (extract)

    • The Magic City.
    • Evidence.
  • Henry Blythe

    Stop Smoking - a hypnotic treat (extract 2)

    • Stop Smoking – a hypnotic treat.
    • UPC.
  • Microdub

    Square Dance

    • Star System.
    • SOFA.

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