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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt introduces sounds from Korea. Plus a new release from contemporary music group Nadar Ensemble and a piece from composer Michael Finnissy.

Max Reinhardt looks ahead to London's K-Music Festival 2016 with music from Korean traditionalists Jeong Ga Ak Hoe, who perform folk songs from the north and repertoire from the Korean travelling music groups of the 1940s. Plus a new release from contemporary music group Nadar Ensemble and a piece from composer Michael Finnissy's beat generation ballads, performed by pianist Phillip Thomas.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Prince Buster

    Train to Girls Town

  • Yama Warashi

    Quagmire Moon

    • Moon Egg.
    • Stolen Body Records.
    • 4.
  • Michael Finnissy

    Beat Generation Ballads iii. Lonely Banna Strand

    Performer: Cutty Ranks.
    • Beat Generation Ballads.
    • Huddersfield Contemporary Records.
    • 6.
  • The Rift Valley Brothers

    Mucang'ang'o Ugiraga Mukindirio

    • Kenya Special: Selected East African Recordings from the 1970s & ‘80s.
    • Soundway.
  • Ivo Malec

    Reflets

    • Archives GRM: L'Art De L'Étude.
    • INA-GRM.
    • 12.
  • Jeong Ga Ak Hoe

    Arirang 1 - Alio Ver.1

    • Pungnyu 5 - Contemporary Korean Music.
  • Nadar Ensemble

    The Bourgeois Pig Karaoke [feat..S4lA4m]

    • Nadar 10th Anniversary Vinyl.
    • 4.
  • Diabel Cissokho

    Tambacounda Express

    • Tambacounda Express.
  • Oliver Hoare and The Late Great

    Bread & Circus

  • The Still

    The Stung

    • The Still.
    • Bronze Rat Records.
    • 1.

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