Max Reinhardt with Richard Dawson
Max Reinhardt is joined in the studio by avant-folk musician Richard Dawson. Plus sound art from Taiwan, township piano jazzand music for ten cellos by Julius Eastman.
Avant-folk musician and avid record collector Richard Dawson joins Max in the studio, sharing music from the Solomon Islands and Bolivia.
Also helping to kick off this week's musical wanderings there's joyous township jazz from pianist Moses Molelekwa, who was a burgeoning talent on the South African scene before dying aged just 28 in 2001; French sound artist Yannick Dauby's audio impression of the beauty of the Penghu islands of Taiwan, weaving together interviews, field recordings, found objects and electronics; and 'The Holy Presence of Joan D'Arc', a simultaneously riotous and minimalist piece for ten cellos by African-American composer Julius Eastman.
Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.