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Robert Worby and Kate Molleson present new music performed at 2017's Tectonics Festival Glasgow, by Lori Goldston, Linda Catlin Smith and Shiori Usui.

New music from the Tectonics Festival recorded in Glasgow earlier this month, presented by Robert Worby and Kate Molleson.

Shiori Usui: From Scratch
Shiori Usui (vocals)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ilan Volkov

Linda Catlin Smith: Ricercar
Alison McGillivray (baroque cello)

Tim Parkinson: Songs 2011
Parkinson/Saunders

Lori Goldston: That Sunrise
Lori Goldston (cello)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ilan Volkov

Linda Catlin Smith: Morandi
Yarn/Wire

Linda Catlin Smith: Adagietto
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ilan Volkov

Improvisation
Tim Hodgkinson (clarinet and guitar); Shelley Hirsch (vocals) Paul May (drums).

2 hours

Music Played

  • Shiori Usui

    From Scratch

    Performer: Owen Green. Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Singer: Shiori Usui.
  • Linda Catlin Smith

    Ricercar for cello

    Performer: Alison McGillivray.
  • Tim Parkinson

    Songs 2011

    Performer: Tim Parkinson. Performer: James Saunders.
  • Lori Goldston

    That Sunrise

    Performer: Lori Goldston. Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
  • Linda Catlin Smith

    Morandi

    Ensemble: Yarn/Wire.
  • Linda Catlin Smith

    Adagietto

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
  • Shelley Hirsch and Paul May Tim Hodgkinson

    Improvisation

    Performer: Tim Hodgkinson. Performer: Paul May. Singer: Shelley Hirsch.

Broadcast

  • Sat 27 May 2017 22:00

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