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Anne Hilde Neset with Jana Winderen

Concluding a week of shows from Oslo, Anne Hilde plays music from a mausoleum, pays tribute to Morton Feldman, and takes a tour of the forest with Jana Winderen.

Concluding her week of broadcasts from Oslo, Anne Hilde Neset takes an extra-special sonic tour of the forest. Her guide for the trip is artist and expert field recordist Jana Winderen. And Jana's dog Charlie.

With a background in marine biology and also in fine arts, Jana Winderen has dedicated her life to recording and revealing sounds from the most remote sources, including oceans, glaciers, and ice cavities. What do hibernating tadpoles sound like? Find out in her company.

Also on the programme tonight: Anne Hilde plays music from the Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum, and pays tribute to Morton Feldman, on the occasion of what would have been his ninety-second birthday.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Ozo

    Anambra

  • Håkon Kornstad

    Oslo

  • Marion Black

    Who Knows

  • Unni Løvlid

    O At Skue

  • Circuit des Yeux

    Black Fly

  • Jana Winderen

    Forest Snow (Recorded in Oslo 10/01/18)

  • Jana Winderen

    Tadpole Swamp (Recorded in Oslo 10/01/18)

  • Hailu Mergia

    Gum Gum

  • Alasdair Roberts

    Johnny O' The Brine (feat. Amble Skuse & David McGuinness)

  • Z’EV

    Metaphonic Meditation 16

  • Haco

    Kusui

  • David Fennessy

    Piano Trio - Music for the pauses in a conversation between John Cage and Morton Feldman

    Ensemble: Psappha. Featured Artist: John Cage. Featured Artist: Morton Feldman.
  • Richard Youngs

    Caledonia Running out of my mind

  • Robert Haigh

    Sunken Pavilions

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