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Frédéric Acquaviva, Lore Lixenberg, Iain Chambers

City-inspired radiophonic compositions: Frederic Acquaviva's LPOANRDIOSN, a concerto for town and voice, and Iain Chambers' House of Sound journeys from medieval to modern London.

Radiophonic compositions inspired by city sounds are the focus in tonight's programme.

Frédéric Aquaviva's £pØ@n®diØ$n (LPOANRDIOSN) is a concerto for town and voice, using collaged ambient recordings from the streets of London and Paris, and the virtuoso voice of Lore Lixenberg. The title is an amalgamation of the letters featured in the two cities.
Iain Chambers' House Of Sound is a sound work that time-travels from the sounds of medieval London to the present day.
Frédéric Acquaviva's piece is a co-production between BBC Radio 3 and Radio France.
Iain Chambers' piece was commissioned by West Deutsche Rundfunk.

1 hour, 59 minutes

Music Played

  • Iain Chambers

    The House of Sound

  • Matthew Shlomowitz

    Popular Contexts: ii Jazz in the Park

    Ensemble: asamisimasa.
    • All That Dust.
  • Séverine Ballon


    Performer: Séverine Ballon.
    • All That Dust.
  • Cassandra Miller

    O Zomer

    Ensemble: Apartment House.
    • Another Timbre.
  • Frédéric Acquaviva

    £pØ@n®diØ$n (LPOANRDIOSN)

    Singer: Loré Lixenberg.


  • Sat 29 Sep 2018 22:00

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