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Laurence Crane, Pauline Oliveros, Per Norgard

Radio 3's weekly exploration of the world of contemporary classical music

Kate Molleson introduces live recordings of music by Christopher Fox, Pauline Oliveros, Eliane Radigue and Per Nørgård. In this week's composer interview, Laurence Crane talks to Robert Worby, and new releases include music by the Irish composer David Fennessy and American experimental duo Matmos.

Christopher Fox: This is the wind (world premiere)
Fidelio Trio

Pauline Oliveros Trio for flute, piano and page turner
Manuel Zurria (flute); Mark Knoop (piano)

Eliane Radigue: Occam XVII
Dominic Lash (double bass)

Per Nørgård: Symphony No.7
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Dausgaard (conductor)

1 hour, 59 minutes

Last on

Sat 20 Apr 2019 22:00

Music Played

  • Saba Alizâdeh

    Greetings to Earthfire

    Performer: Saba Alizâdeh.
    • Scattered Memories.
    • Karl Records.
    • 9.
  • Christopher Fox

    This is the wind

    Ensemble: Fidelio Trio.
  • Matmos

    Interior with Billiard Balls & Synthetic Fat

    Performer: Matmos.
    • Plastic Anniversary.
    • Thrill Jockey.
    • 3.
  • Laurence Crane

    Four Miniatures

    Ensemble: Apartment House.
    • Another Timbre.
    • at74x2.
    • 10.
  • Laurence Crane

    Sound of Horse (2nd movement)

    Ensemble: Asimisimasa.
    • Hubro.
  • Éliane Radigue

    Occam XVII

    Performer: Dominic Lash.
  • Per Nørgård

    Symphony No.7

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Thomas Dausgaard.
  • Pauline Oliveros

    Trio for flute, piano and page-turner

    Performer: Mark Knoop. Performer: Manuel Zurria.
  • David Fennessy

    Piano Trio (Music for the pauses in a conversation between John Cage and Morton)

    Performer: Benedict Holland. Performer: Jennifer Langridge. Performer: Benjamin Powell.
    • Panopticon.
    • NMC.
    • 2.
  • Saturday Night Late: Walking into Finsbury Park Tube Station, London

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