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Max Reinhardt previews the 2016 Counterflows Festival

Max Reinhardt with adventures in music, including a preview of the Counterflows Festival: exclusive new recordings by Irish harpist Aine O'Dwyer and fiddle player Laura Cannell.

Max looks forward to Glasgow's Counterflows with exclusive new recordings by Irish harpist Aine O'Dwyer and fiddle player Laura Cannell ahead of their appearances at the festival this weekend. Laura Cannell previews her as yet unreleased improvisational piece Nordhalla, recorded in a church perched on top of a Suffolk cliff, and and we feature a live organ recording by Aine O'Dwyer.

We also hear a new collaboration between Immix Ensemble and Vessel on the theme of technological anomaly, Sumatran ceremonial music from Uning-Uningan and exploratory guitar recordings from English composer and improviser Fred Frith.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Ray Cathode

    Time Beat (Remastered)

    • Trunk Records.
  • Antwood

    Uncanny Valley

  • DJ Tudo E Sua Gente De Todo Lugar feat. the Barmer boys

    Paan Khilaydo (Baianá Manganiar)

    • Mundo Melhor.
  • Immix Ensemble & Vessel

    What Hath God Wrought

    • Erased Tapes.
  • Melt Yourself Down

    Listen Out

    • Leaf Label.
  • Bugge Wesseltoft

    Trio

  • Merle Haggard

    The Bottle Let Me Down

  • Uning-Uningan

    Pege Sakarimpang

  • Laura Cannell

    Nordhalla

  • Sophie Gonthier

    Number Song 2

  • Kate Tempest & Elysian String Quartet

    Song 1

  • Fred Frith

    Slings and Arrows

  • Áine O'Dwyer

    Altered Boy In Drowned Chorus

  • Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

    First Flight

  • David Wilde

    Études, Op. 10: No. 3 in E Major

    • Delphian.
  • Rozi Plain

    Marshes

  • Babyfather

    God Hour feat. Mica Levi

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