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Verity Sharp

As we pass the equinox, Verity Sharp's selection includes vintage springtime folk from Donovan. Plus Puerto Rican composer Angelica Negron and Japanese pianist Shinya Sugimoto.

The sounds of adventure, as selected by Verity Sharp. As we pass the vernal equinox at the start of the week, tonight's show includes some vintage British folk on a springtime theme, from songwriter and guitarist Donovan. Also on the bill is Puerto Rican composer Angélica Negrón, whose music combines Latin American instruments such as the charango with homemade creations and electronics. The result, dubbed 'gamelan elektrika', provides the backdrop for 'songs about disappearing without failing to exist'. And, ahead of UK dates later in the week, Japanese pianist and electronician Shinya Sugimoto is featured with an 'ode to the power of jazz and static'.

Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Tue 21 Mar 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • Jean‐Michel Jarre

    Équinoxe Part 5

    • Équinoxe.
    • Polydor Records.
  • Donovan

    The Lullaby Of Spring

    • A Gift from a Flower to a Garden.
    • Epic.
  • Eddie Palmieri

    Revolt/La Libertad Logico

    • Vamonos Pa'l Monte.
    • Fania Records.
  • Shinya Sugimoto & Trever Hagen


    • Into the Mystic.
    • Self-released.
  • Miles Okazaki

    Black Bolt

    • Trickster.
    • Pi.
  • Anna Meredith


    • Recorded live at SXSW 2017.
  • Tyshawn Sorey


    • The Inner Spectrum of Variables.
    • Pi.
  • Ann Cleare

    Unable to Create an offscreen world

    • Self-released.
  • Angélica Negrón

    El Colapso

    • El Colapso.
  • Drummers of the Société Absolument Guinin


    • Vodou Drums in Haiti 2: The Living Gods of Haiti - 21st Century Ritual Drums and.
    • Soul Jazz Records.
  • Phill Niblock & Elisabeth Smalt (viola d'amore)

    Vlada BC

  • Juliette Gréco

    Ça Va (Le Diable)

    • L'Éternel Féminin.
    • Mercury.
  • Sofia Gubaidulina

    Galgenlieder a 5 (Gallows Songs): 1 Die Mitternachtsmaus

    Performer: Barbara Hofling.
    • Gubaidulina: Galgenlieder a 5.
    • Dreyer Gaido.
  • Andrea Belfi


    • Natura Morta.
    • Miasmah.
  • Kaigal-ool Khovalyg & Anatoli Kuular

    Xoomei on Horseback

    • Tuva, Among The Spirits - Sound, Music And Nature In Sakha And Tuva.
    • Smithsonian Folkways.
  • Zeena Parkins


    • Three Harps, Tuning Forks & Electronics.
    • Good Child Music.
  • Pascal Le Gall

    Tribute to Bach

    • Landscapes.
    • Self-released.


  • Tue 21 Mar 2017 23:00

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