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Nick Luscombe with Aisha Orazbayeva

Nick Luscombe is joined by Kazakh violinist Aisha Orazbayeva, who shares some recommendations. Plus music by Peter Maxwell Davies Rashad Becker, Autechre and Ecka Mordecai.

Critically acclaimed Kazakh violinist Aisha Orazbayeva guests with Nick, to share some song recommendations. Across three album releases, Orazbayeva has cemented herself as a true original and fearless explorer of modern classical music. She is also a great friend of Late Junction, having performed on our stage at Latitude festival and taken part in a collaboration session with Tim Etchells (Forced Entertainment).

Also, on the first anniversary of his death, hear work by composer Peter Maxwell Davies, and music made by Kuniharu Akiyama for the dining room of the athletes' village at the Tokyo Olympics 1964. Plus tracks from Rashad Becker, Autechre, and Ecka Mordecai.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Tue 14 Mar 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • René Costy

    Ever Faithfull

    • Expectancy.
    • SDBAN.
  • Eivind Opsvik

    First Challenge On The Road

    • Overseas V.
    • Loyal.
  • Makoto Nomura

    Fukuoka 5

    • Japan Sound Portrait.
  • Rashad Becker

    Themes VI

    • Traditional Music of Notional Species Vol. II.
  • Aisha Orazbayeva


    • The Have-Nots OST.
  • David Cunningham

    The Listening Room

    • Sounding Spaces (9 Sound Installations).
    • NTT Publishing.
  • Interview with Aisha Orazbayeva

    • The Fall

      Papal Visit

      • Room To Live.
    • Erik Carlson

      Piece For 12 Violins - Part 2 (Excerpt)

    • Aygül Qosanova

      Ämirkhan, än

      • Kazakhstan: Musique d'Almatï – Kazakhstan: Music from Almatï.
      • VDE-GALLO.
  • Kadhja Bonet

    The Visitor

    • The Visitor.
    • Headcount Records.
  • Peter Maxwell Davies

    Piano Sonata, for piano solo, Op 93 - Movement No. 5, Grave

    Performer: David Holzman.
  • Cooper-Moore And Mad King Edmund

    Ain't No Grave

    • The Reverend Eddie Bones.
  • 秋山邦晴

    Music For Eating / 1964

    • Environmental Music for Dining Room of Athletes' Village in Tokyo Olympics 1964.
    • Edition Omega Point.
  • Autechre


    • Incunabula.
    • Warp Records.
  • NasDUO

    A Certain Degree of Neurosis: 3rd Movement

    • Outside the Lines - Vol. 1.
    • Nonclassical.
  • Lowly

    Not So Great After All

    • Heba.
    • Bella Union.
  • Daniel Mackenzie

    Not To Free Experience (feat. Ecka Mordecai)

    • Every Time Feels Like the Last Time.
    • eilean rec..
  • Ecka Mordecai

    like strangers encountering one another's absence

  • Billy Steiger

    Where, later, a wall would be. (Tape ends)

    • Recordings, drawings and photographs from in and around Frîdd Newydd, December 2.


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