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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt with a piece by Howlround recorded in the BBC's TV Centre. Plus electronic artist Christian Fennesz collaborating with Jim O'Rourke, and a homage to Frank Zappa.

Adventures in music, ancient to future. Join Max Reinhardt live in the studio for new music from Peter Broderick; a collaboration from Austrian electronic artist Christian Fennesz and Jim O'Rourke; and a homage to Frank Zappa from avant garde big band Flat Earth Society.

Also on the programme tonight, we bid a final farewell to BBC TV's iconic East Tower with an extract from Howlround's recent performance on its top floor. Recorded just weeks before demolition date, the segment sees him contort a field recording of the tower's creaking fire door through a trio of ex-BBC reel-to-reel tape machines.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Martin Creed

    What's the Point of It?

  • Flat Earth Society

    Random Riffs

    • Igletic.
  • Howlround

    East Tower Dreaming

  • Sir Harrison Birtwistle

    Bourdon (Duet 2)

    Performer: Jonathan Morton. Performer: Paul Silverthorne.
  • Peter Broderick

    Under the Bridge

  • Lixo

    Writer's Block (feat. Trim)

    • GETME!.
  • 88

    Whoa Buck

  • Fennesz & Jim O’Rourke

    I Just Want You to Stay

    • Editions Mego.
  • Matt Rogers

    SK√-1 ■■


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