Along the River: Annea Lockwood
Max Reinhardt gets the week flowing with composer Annea Lockwood’s river inspirations.
Music that’s upstream, downstream but rarely mainstream.
As part of Radio 3’s Along the River week, composer and sound artist Annea Lockwood talks about her fascination with these bodies of water. She shares favourite field recordings that have inspired her own work making sound maps of the Danube, Hudson and Housatonic. And she introduces her tribute to Pauline Oliveros: a graphic-score piece modelled on the bayous around Houston.
Plus, Max Reinhardt guides us down a river of his own making - a mini-mix of tracks flowing from source to estuary along a musical approach that has evolved over time.
Produced by Chris Elcombe.
A Reduced Listening Production for BBC Radio 3.