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Max Reinhardt with Aisha Orazbayeva

Violin virtuoso Aisha Orazbayeva shares her latest musical discoveries with Max Reinhardt.

Violin virtuoso Aisha Orazbayeva joins Max Reinhardt in the studio with two pieces of music she has discovered of late. Plus we have an excerpt from Philip Glass's well-loved opera Satyagraha, new music from Glasgow-based Finnish artist Cucina Povera and a rarer than hen's teeth country blues track from 1933 by Fred McMullen and Ruth Willis.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 1 Mar 2018 23:00

Music Played

  • Chris Dave and The Drumhedz

    Trippy Tipsy

    • Chris Dave and the Drumhedz.
    • Blue Note.
  • Lucrecia Dalt

    Tar

    • Anticlines.
    • RVNGIntl..
  • Jean‐Baptiste Lully

    la Bourrée

    Performer: Aisha Orazbayeva.
  • John Zorn

    Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes (The Little Lieutenant Of The Loving God)

    • Lost In The Stars - The Music Of Kurt Weill.
    • A&M Records.
  • PJ Harvey

    Ballad Of The Soldier's Wife

    • September Songs - The Music Of Kurt Weill.
    • Sony Classical.
  • Sandro Mussida

    Ventuno Costellazioni Invisibili (a)

    • Ventuno Costellazioni Invisibili.
    • Metrica.
  • Raushan Orazbaeva

    Akku

    • Akku.
    • Dunya Records.
  • Conlon Nancarrow

    NANCARROW STUDY 31 - ALL VOICES

    Singer: Loré Lixenberg.
  • Fred McMullen & Ruth Willis

    Just Can't Stand It

    • The Rough Guide to the Best Country Blues You've Never Heard.
    • World Music Network.
  • Cucina Povera

    Mesikaammenen Veisu

    • Hilja.
    • Night School.
  • Philip Glass

    Satyagraha Act II: Rabindranath Tagore Scene 1 - Confrontation and Rescue

    Orchestra: New York City Opera Orchestra & Chorus. Conductor: Christopher Keene.
    • Satyagraha.
    • Sony Classical.
  • Supriyo Dutta & Federico Sanesi

    Raga Bihag

    • Passionate Voice.
    • Felmay.
  • Verity Susman

    The Second Dream

Broadcast

  • Thu 1 Mar 2018 23:00

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