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Fiona Talkington with Frances Morgan

Fiona Talkington is joined in the studio by music writer Frances Morgan. Plus psycho-tropicalia from Sao Paulo Underground, drummer Andrew Cyrille and Dutilleux's piano music.

Fiona Talkington hosts an adventure in music. Joining her in the studio is music writer Frances Morgan who shares two of her latest musical discoveries. Plus psycho-tropicalia from Sao Paulo Underground led by multi-instrumentalist Rob Mazurek, avant-garde drummer Andrew Cyrille declares his musical independence and piano music from the French mid-20th century composer Henri Dutilleux.

Produced by Rebecca Gaskell for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Tue 13 Dec 2016 23:00

Music Played

  • São Paulo Underground

    Of Golden Summer

    • Cuneiform Records.
  • Andrew Cyrille Quintet


    • ECM Records.
  • Laurie Anderson

    The Geographic North Pole

    • The Ugly One With The Jewels And Other Stories.
    • Warner Bros Records.
    • 8.
  • Matthew Kaner


    Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Richard Pearce.
  • IX Tab & Hoofus

    The Ministry of Ontological Insecurity

    • Front & Follow.
  • Elysia Crampton

    After Woman (for Bartolina Sisa)

    • Break World Records.
  • Jack Rose

    Hide The Whiskey (Blues For The Colonel)

    • VHF Records.
  • Sun Ra

    Spaceship Lullaby

    • Strut.
  • Sun Ra & Merzbow

    Granular Jazz Part 2

    • Cold Spring Records.
  • Lucia Cadotsch, Otis Sandsjö & Petter Eldh

    Moon River

    • Yellowbird.
  • Lucy Railton & Aisha Orazbayeva


    • Kit Records.
  • Robert Levin

    Prelude En Berceuse

    • Deutsche Grammophon.
  • Dolly Dolly

    Wattle & Daub (feat. Position Normal)

    • Exotic Pylon Records.
  • Stone Angel

    Traveller's Tale

  • Tim Challenger & Kit Downes


    • Slip.
  • Peter Broderick

    It's a Storm When I Sleep

    • Erased Tapes.
  • Sons of Noel and Adrian


    • Willkommen.
  • Lo Còr de la Plana


    • Buda Musique.


  • Tue 13 Dec 2016 23:00

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