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Fiona Talkington

An hour of sonic twists and turns includes a coming-together of two electro-acoustic improviser-composers - Fred Frith and Chris Brown. Fiona also plays a new Faroese folk interpretation, and there's time for a detour down a coal mine too.

Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Chris Brown & Fred Frith

    Sings the Foundation

    • Cutter Heads.
    • Intakt Records.
  • Lauryn Hill


    • Consumerism Part 1: Letters from Exile.
    • Columbia.
  • Magnus Blöndal Jóhannsson


    Performer: Árni Heimir Ingólfsson. Music Arranger: Ghostigital. Singer: Ásgerdur Juniusdottir.
    • The Antimatter Boutique: A Collection Of Particles 2003-2013.
    • Smekkleysa.
  • Arnold Schoenberg


    Performer: Thomas Larcher.
    • Sechs Kleine Klavierstücke Op 19.
    • ECM.
  • Jan Bang & Audun Kleive

    Azmari Beat (feat. Eténèsh Wassié)

    • The Periphery of a Building.
    • Gråtone.
  • Raoul Hausmann


    • Voices of Dada.
    • LTM.
  • Raoul Hausmann


    • Voices of Dada.
    • LTM.
  • Ornette Coleman

    Theme From A Symphony (Variation One)

    • Dancing in Your Head.
    • A & M Records.
  • KATA

    Faðir og dóttir

    • Tívils døtur.
    • Nordic Notes.
  • The Tootoosis Family

    Grass Dance Song

    • The Drums of Poundmaker.
    • Canyon Records.
  • Brezel Göring


    • Psykoscifipoppia.
    • Gagarin Records.
  • Luca Forcucci

    Voices from the Coal Mine

    • The Waste Land.
    • Cronica.


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