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音楽の泉

週末の朝に、さわやかなクラシック音楽を、やわらかい解説を添えてお届けする「音楽の泉」。クラシック音楽入門番組として1948年に放送を開始、今まで数々の名曲をご紹介してきました。曲の合間に、音楽学者の皆川達夫さんが楽曲の解説や作品にまつわるエピソードなどを分かりやすく、やわらかい語り口でお伝えします。ゆったりと流れる時間のおともに、「音楽の泉」でクラシック音楽をお楽しみください。

http://www.nhk.or.jp/r1/shou/ongaku_izumi.html

放送日: 2012年 4月21日(土)

放送時間: 午前6:00〜午前6:50(50分)

解説: 皆川達夫

− イタリアのセレナード −

「弦楽六重奏曲 ニ短調 作品70“フィレンツェの思い出”」チャイコフスキー作曲

(弦楽)ボロディン弦楽四重奏団

(ビオラ)ユーリ・ユーロフ

(チェロ)ミハイル・ミリマン

「イタリアのセレナード ト長調」ウォルフ作曲

(バイオリン)ナージャ・サレルノ・ソネンバーグ

(バイオリン)ベニー・キム

(ビオラ)川崎雅夫

(チェロ)マッツ・リドストレーム


ウィークエンドサンシャイン

ブロードキャスター、ピーター・バラカンのナビゲートで送るウィークエンド・ミュージックマガジン。独特の嗅覚とこだわりの哲学でセレクトしたグッド・サウンドと、ワールドワイドな音楽情報を伝える。

http://www.nhk.or.jp/fm/sunshine/

放送日: 2012年 4月21日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前9:00(100分)

ピーター・バラカン

THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST

01. Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo / Johnny Winter

ALBUM: Setlist: The Very Best of Johnny Winter Live

02. Good Texan / The Vaughan Brothers

ALBUM: Family Style

03. T-Bone Shuffle / T-Bone Walker

ALBUM: Capitol Years

04. Hot Little Mama / Johnny 'Guitar' Watson

ALBUM: HOT Just Like TNT

05. Okie Dokie Stomp / Clarence Gatemouth Brown

ALBUM: Boogie Uproar: Texas Blues And R&B 1947-1954

06. Frosty / Albert Collins

ALBUM: Truckin' With Albert Collins

07. I'm Tore Down / Freddie King

ALBUM: Texas Sensation

08. Texas Blues / Big Maceo

ALBUM: Vol 1 Flying Boogie (1941-1945)

09. Waitin' Round To Die / Townes Van Zandt

ALBUM: A Far Cry From Dead

10. L. A. Freeway / Guy Clark

ALBUM: Old No. 1

11. Ripple / Jimmie Dale Gilmore

ALBUM: One Endless Night

12. I Ain't Living Long Like This / Rodney Crowell

ALBUM: Ain't Living Long Like This

13. Memories Of East Texas / Michelle Shocked

ALBUM: Short Sharp Shocked

14. All I Need / Sahara Smith

ALBUM: Myth Of The Heart

15. Don't Know Why / Norah Jones

ALBUM: Come Away With Me

16. Sample The Dog / Timbuk 3

ALBUM: Eden Alley

17. Blade Of Grass / Asylum Street Spankers

ALBUM: Spanker Madness

18. That's Right (You're Not From Texas) / Lyle Lovettz

ALBUM: Live In Texas

19. Still King / Illinois Jacquet

ALBUM: The Blues; That's Me!

20. C.C. Rider / King Curtis

ALBUM: Plays The Great Memphis Hits

21. Paris,Texas / Ry Cooder

ALBUM: Paris,Texas (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


世界の快適音楽セレクション

"快適音楽"を求めるギターデュオのゴンチチによる、ノンジャンル・ミュージック番組。

http://www.nhk.or.jp/fm/kaiteki/

放送日: 2012年 4月21日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

藤川パパQ

− コーヒーの音楽 −

「コーヒー・ブレイク・イン・ザ・バーン」(スモークド・サーモン・レイルウェイ・マシーン)(4分06秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-18001>

「コーヒー・ブルース」 (ミシシッピー・ジョン・ハート)(3分43秒)

<VANGUARD VSD-79220>

「カフェジーニョ」(ヴィニシウス・カントゥアリア、ビル・フリゼール)(1分35秒)

<EONEMUSIC EOM-CD-2110>

「コーヒー・カラー」 (クレール・シュヴァリエ)(3分15秒)

<SONY SRCS6863>

「カンタータ 第211番“おしゃべりしないで”から ええ、コーヒーのおいしさったら」バッハ作曲(4分08秒)

(ソプラノ)エマ・カークビー

(管弦楽)エンシェント室内管弦楽団

(指揮)クリストファー・ホグウッド

<POLYGRAM POCL-5248>

「カシミールズ・コーン」 (ヴィクトリア・ウィリアムズ)(4分24秒)

<ATLANTIC REC. AMCY2536>

「コーヒー・ルンバ」 (内海みゆき&コンフント・エスパシオ)(3分35秒)

<EPIC ESCB1159>

「コーヒー・イン・ザ・モーニング・アンド・キス・イン・ザ・ナイト」(ザ・ストールン・スウィーツ)(2分58秒)

<THE STOLEN SWEETS NO NUMBER>

「ワン・モア・カップ・オブ・コーヒー」(ンディア・ダヴェンポート)(3分52秒)

<V2 REC. 63881-27040-2>

「オシャラ・キ・ショヴァ・カフェ」(フアン・ルイス・ゲーラ)(4分12秒)

<KAREN PUBLISHING 107930174-2>

「ポントロバート」 (ケヴ・ホッパー)(2分19秒)

<AFTER HOURS AH-117>

「一杯のコーヒーから」 (雪村いづみ&キャラメル・ママ)(3分50秒)

<日本コロムビア COCA-12155>

「カリオカの夜」 (シヴーカ、エポカ・ヂ・オウロ)(4分02秒)

<TELDEC 8573-82368-2>

「“最後の七つの歌”から 私はこの世に忘れられ」マーラー作曲(6分52秒)

(メゾ・ソプラノ)ジャネット・ベイカー

(管弦楽)ハレ・オーケストラ

(指揮)ジョン・バルビローリ

<EMI 7243 5 66996 2 5>

「ダスト・イン・マイ・コーヒー」 (ウッフェ・スティーン)(5分55秒)

<STUNT REC. STUCD04092>

「コーヒー・ソング」 (ヒルデガルト・クネフ)(1分57秒)

<my jazz 06007 5317403>

「コーヒー・オア・ティー?」 (ゴンチチ)(2分07秒)

<EPIC ESCL3738>

「ザ・コンチネンタル」 (小林千代子)(2分03秒)

<VICTOR VICJ-60718>

「ザ・コンチネンタル」 (イリアーヌ)(2分58秒)

<東芝EMI TOCJ-5595>

「ジェマヤ・アフロ・スイート」(ルイス・バジェ&アフロ・キューバミーゴス)(3分12秒)

<HOT RIVER REC. HOTRCD-005>

「魔女」 (オネイラ)(4分48秒)

<オルターポップ ERPCD-15021>


Jazz Record Requests

Geoffrey Smith presents a selection of listeners' jazz requests.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnn9

Sat 21 Apr 2012

22:00

BBC Radio 3

Geoffrey Smith presents a selection of listeners' jazz requests.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01gd6rd

Music played

01. Original Dixieland Jazz Band — Tiger Rag

Composer: LaRocca / Da Costa Performers: Dominick James "Nick" LaRocca (cornet), Edwin Bransford "Daddy" Edwards (tr), Larry "Pat" Shields (cl), Hanery W. Ragas (p), Tony Sbarbaro (d) Recorded: 1918

Sensation!, ASV CDAJA5023 (1), Tr 3, 3.05

02. James P. Johnson — Worried and Lonesome Blues

Composer: Johnson Performers: James P. Johnson Recorded: 1923

James P. Johnson (p), Classics 658 (1), Tr 8, 3.12

03. Stan Kenton — Painted Rhythm

Composer: Rugolo / Kenton Performers: Stan Kenton (p), Buddy Childers, Ray Wetzel, John Anderson, Russ Burgher, Bob Lymperis (tp), Freddie Zito, Jimmy Simms, Milt Kabak (tb), Bart Vasalona (b tb), Al Anthony, Boots Mussulli (as), VIdo Musso, Bob Cooper (ts), Bob Gioga (bs), Bob Ahern (g), Eddie Safranski (b), Ralph Collier (d) Recorded: 1945

The Stan Kenton Story, Proper P1149, Tr. 20, 2.54

04. Art Pepper — Come Rain or Shine

Composer: Arlen / Mercer Performers: Art Pepper (as), Dolo Coker (p), Jimmy Bond (b), Frank Butler (d) Recorded: 1960

Intensity, Contemporary OJCCD3872 (1), Tr 3, 4.45

05. Kathy Stobart — If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind

Composer: Cameron Performers: Kathy Stobart (tenor), Marion Williams (voc), Harry Beckett (tr), Martin Blackwell (p), Harvey Weston (b), Tony Mann (d) Recorded: 1978

Arbeia, Spotlite SPJCD409, Tr. 6, 2.30

06. Miles Davis — Gone

Composer: Gil Evans Performers: Miles Davis (flugel horn), Gil Evans (arr. cond), Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci (tp), Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Joe Bennett (tb), Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins, Gunther Schuller (Fr h), Bill Barber (tu), Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque (fl), Cannonball Adderly (as), Danny Bank (b cl), Paul Chambers (b), Philly Joe Jones (d) Recorded: 1958

Porgy and Bess, Columbia CK65141 (1), Tr. 15, 3.37

07. Jonathan Gee Trio — Three Wishes

Composer: Johnathan Gee Performers: Johnathan Gee (p), Steve Rose (b), Winston Clifford (d) Recorded: 2000

Chez Auguste, Jazz House JHCD064 (1), Tr. 3, 6.56

08. Charles Mingus — Better Git Hit In Your Soul

Composer: (Charles Mingus) Performers: Charles Mingus (b & p), Ted Curson (tp), Eric Dolphy (as), Booker Ervin (ts), Dannie Richmond (d) Recorded: 1960

Charles Mingus & Eric Dolphy: Jazz Festival, Antibes, Giants of Jazz CD02036, Tr. 1, 11.08


Jazz Library

Advice and guidance to those interested in building a library of jazz recordings.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x41z

Milt Jackson

Sun 22 Apr 2012

00:00

BBC Radio 3

Alyn Shipton selects the most enduring records from vibraphonist Milt Jackson's catalogue.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01gd775

Alyn Shipton selects the most enduring records from vibraphonist Milt Jackson's extensive catalogue, with the help of an archive interview with Jackson himself.

Music played

01. Milt Jackson Quartet — Milt Meets Sid

Composer: D and E Performers: Milt Jackson vib; John Lewis, p; Ray Brown, b; Kenny Clarke D; 18 August 1951.

Bags of Soul, Proper, Box 126, CD 1 Track 6

02. Milt Jackson / Sonny Stitt Sextet — Red Shoes

Composer: Stitt Performers: Russell Jacquet, t; Sonny Stitt, as; Milt Jackson, vib; Sir Charles Thompson, p; Ray Brown, b; Dave Heard, d. Detroit, June 1948.

Bags of Soul, Proper, Box 126, CD 1 Track 2

03. Dizzy Gillespie — Dizzy Atmosphere

Composer: Gillespie Performers: Dizzy Gillespie., t; Charlie Parker, as; Milt Jackson, vib; Al Haig p; Ray Brown, b; Stan Levey, drums. Hollywood, Dec 1945.

The Dizzy Gillespie Story, Proper, Properbox 30, CD 2 Track 3

04. Woody Herman & His Orchestra — Spain

Composer: Jones / Kahn Performers: Conte Candoli, Bernie Glow, Paul Cohen Don Ferrara, Neal Hefti, t; Eddie Bert, Bill Harris, Eddie Dorn, tb; Wpody Herman, Al Cohn, Buddy Wise, Bob Graf, Marty Flax, reeds; Dave McKenna, p; Red Mitchell, b; Sonny Igoe, d; Milt Jackson, vib. 5 May 1950.

Complete 1948-50 Capitol Sessions, Definitive, 11195, CD 2 Track 10

05. Dizzy Gillespie — The Champ

Composer: Gillespie Performers: DG, t; Budd Johnson, ts; J J Johnson, tb; Milt Jackson, vib, p; Percy Heath, b; Art Blakey d.16 April 1951.

Groovin High, Living Era, 5565

06. Milt Jackson — Bags Groove

Composer: Jackson Performers: Lou Donaldson, as; MJ, vib; John Lewis, p; Percy Heath, b; Kenny Clarke, d. 7 April 1952.

Milt Jackson, Wizard of the Vibes, Blue Note, 32140, Track 3

07. Thelonious Monk — I Mean You

Composer: Monk Performers: Milt Jackson, vib; Thelonious Monk, p; John Simmons, b; Shadow Wilson, d. 2 July 1948.

Milt Jackson, Wizard of the Vibes, Blue Note, 32140, Track 13

08. Milt Jackson Quartet — Softly as in a Morning Sunrise

Composer: Hammerstein, Romberg Performers: Milt Jackson, vib; John Lewis, p; Percy Heath, b; Kenny Clarke, d. April 1952.

Bags of Soul, Proper, Properbox 126 CD 1, Track 14

09. Milt Jackson Quartet — Can’t Help Lovin That Man

Composer: Hammerstein, Kern Perforners: MJ, vib; Hank Jones, p; Wendell Marshall b; Kenny Clarke, d. 23 Jan 1956.

Bags of Soul, Proper, Properbox 126, CD 3 Track 10

10. MIlt Jackson and John Coltrane — Three Little Words

Composer: Ruby / Kalmar Performers: MJ, vib; John Cotrane ts; Hank Jones, p; Paul Chambers, b; Connie Kay, d. 15 Jan 1959.

Bags and Trane, Atlantic / Rhino, 1368, Track 6

11. Milt Jackson — Sam Sack

Composer: Jackson Performers: Wes Montgomery. g; Mily Jackson, vibes; Wynton Kelly p; Sam Jones, b; Philly Joe Jones, d. 19 Dec 1961.

The Best of Milt Jackson, Riverside, RCD 5707-2, Track 4

12. Milt Jackson — Namesake

Composer: Jackson Performers: Tom McIntosh, Melba Liston, tb; Clark Terry, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young t; Willie Ruff, frh; James Moody, Earle Warren, Jerome Richardson, Jimmy Heath, Tate Houston, reeds; Hank Jones, p; Ron Carter b; Connie Kay d. 5 July 1962.

The Best of Milt Jackson, Riverside, RCD 5707-2, Track 8

13. Milt Jackson, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown — Caravan

Composer: Ellington, Tizol Performers: MJ, vib; Oscar Peterson, p; Ray Brown, b; Karreim Riggins, d. 24-26 Nov 1998.

Very Tall Band, Telarc, CD 83443, Track 9


Jazz Line-Up

Programme exploring jazz music, focussing both on established, mainstream players and on the new generation of younger artists..

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnmw

John Turville and Takana Miyamoto

Sun 22 Apr 2012

23:30

BBC Radio 3

Claire Martin presents a gig performed by pianists John Turville and Takana Miyamoto.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ghb97

This week, Jazz Line-Up features pianists John Turville and Takana Miyamoto.

A multi-award winning pianist, John Turville (UK) and an internationally-acclaimed pianist/composer Takana Miyamoto (Japan/USA) were introduced to each other by a mutual friend, pianist Frank Harrison. John and Takana will explore the sound of two pianos featuring their original compositions, as well as their favourite jazz standards' recorded at the Pizza Express Jazz Club, Dean Street in London.

Also Claire Martin talks to "Bad Bone", Dennis Rollins about his Velocity Trio and Congo born Baloji - both appearing at this year's Brighton Festival.

Music played

01. Paul Booth — Three Hours

Performers: Paul Booth (Sax), Phil Robson (Guitar), Adriano Adewale (Percussion) Composer: Nick Drake

Trilateral, Pathway Records PBCD 0103

02. Dennis Rollins Velocity Trio — Samba Galactica

Performers: Dennis Rollins (Trombone/Electronics), Ross Stanley (Hammond Organ), Pedro Segundo (Drums/Percussion)

The 11th Gate, Motema 233 437

03. Takana Miyamoto, John Turville — Stella By Starlight

Composer: Victor Young BBC Recording, recorded on Friday March, at Pizza Express, Dean Street London as part of the Steinway Piano Festival 2012

04. Takana Miyamoto, John Turville — Scatterbrain

Composer: Radiohead BBC Recording, recorded on Friday March, at Pizza Express, Dean Street London as part of the Steinway Piano Festival 2012

05. Takana Miyamoto, John Turville — It’s All Up To You

Composer: Takana Miyamoto BBC Recording, recorded on Friday March, at Pizza Express, Dean Street London as part of the Steinway Piano Festival 2012


Private Passions

Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnv3

Steven Berkoff

Sun 22 Apr 2012

12:00

BBC Radio 3

Michael Berkeley's guest is actor, playwright and director Steven Berkoff.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ghjcj

Michael Berkeley welcomes the actor, playwright and director Steven Berkoff, renowned for the visceral quality of his plays such as East, West, Decadence, Greek, Sink the Belgrano, Scumbags, Ritual in Blood and Messiah.He has also adapted and directed for the stage Kafka's Metamorphosis and The Trial, the Greek tragedy Agamemnon, and Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher. His plays, adaptations and his one-man show have toured widely abroad, from the Far East to the USA.

As an actor, Steven has appeared in films ranging from A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, Octopussy and Beverly Hills Cop to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. On TV he has been seen in The Professionals, Star Trek and Jonathan Creek, among others. He has published a variety of books on the theatre, and an autobiography, Free Association.

His eclectic musical choices range from music for the stage - Milhaud's ballet 'La Creation du monde' Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet, Britten's opera 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', and incidental music to Brecht's 'Mother Courage' - to music that reflects his love of travel - Buddhist chant and an unusual Monkey Dance from Bali. There's also Ivo Pogorelich pl;aying the second movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor, Op.111, and Chet Baker with the Rogers and Hart classic 'My Funny Valentine'.


Words and Music

A sequence of classical music mixed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x35f

Perfection

Sun 22 Apr 2012

18:30

BBC Radio 3

A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of perfection.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ghb91

Physical beauty is the ultimate expression of human perfection. In geometry, the circle is, according to Aristotle, 'the perfect, first, most beautiful form'. This week's Words and Music goes in pursuit of perfection - an often elusive intangible concept for many writers and musicians. It can be an unattainable state, ending only in disappointment and failure. But there is still hope, for comfort can be found in the simplicity and stability of its sibling, imperfection.

PRODUCER'S NOTE

Beginning with Billy the Kid, this week's Words and Music on the theme of Perfection opens with a riff on the perfect fifth, used by Copland to evoke the wide open prairie of the American West as the pioneers trekked towards their future.

The idea of mathematics as an expression of perfection unfolds during the programme through pieces such as Bartok's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta - based on the Fibonacci sequence - and Purcell's Golden Sonata. They represent a metaphysical notion of perfection and of unity.

Ted Hughes’s translation of Ovid’s verse poem Venus and Adonis (and Atalanta) narrates the birth of Adonis, the god of beauty. Often considered the ultimate expression of human perfection, physical beauty can inspire complex and multitudinous feelings of desire, love, fear - or for Venus, the goddess of love herself, when she sees Adonis, awe.

With advances in medicine and bio-technology, physical perfection has become something that we can construct ourselves. Taking power from the gods, we become creator. I’ve used the score from the 1997 film Gattaca - which offers a meditation on the idea of genetic perfection - to hint at this.

As the pioneers traversed the scorched earth of the West, their hopes were for a new beginning, for the discovery of new lands to settle. Their chapter is just one in humankind’s long history of search for the promised land - for Utopia. Szymborska's poem of that name explores how this imagined place may be: an island, in the Polish Nobel Laureate’s poem, where ‘all becomes clear’, and where ‘Meaning lies’. Cunningly, Szymborska explains that ‘For all its charms, the island is uninhabited’ - perhaps suggesting that our search for utopia can only ever fail. Goethe’s hero in The Sorrows of Young Werther has a similar epiphany, which Brahms beautifully articulates in his C-Minor Piano Quartet.

Menna Elfyn, the passionate Welsh language poet, offers us some consolation for the disappointment when our quest fails and perfection eludes us: ‘imperfection / is simple, stable’.

Producer: Gavin Heard

Music and featured items

Timings are shown from the start of the programme in hours and minutes.

00:00

Aaron Copland — Billy the Kidd

Performer: San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas

RCA 09026635112, tr1

00:00

François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire

Patience, David Schofield

00:03

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The Sorrows of Young Werther, Helen Baxendale

00:04

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Cosi fan Tutte

Performer: Kiri te Kanawa, Frederica von Stade, Teresa Stratas, David Rendall, Philippe Huttenlocher, Jules Bastin, Choeurs de l’Opera du Rhin, Gunter Wagner, Alain Lombard, Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg

Erato 2292 45683 2, tr17

00:07

Charles Tomlinson

Images of Perfection, David Schofield

00:07

Michael Nyman — Impromptu for 12 fingers

Performer: Ryan Dorin, Michael Lang

Virgin CDVE936, tr12

00:10

Gerard Manley Hopkins

The Habit of Perfection, Helen Baxendale

00:11

Richard Dering — Factum est silentium

Performer: The Cambridge Singers, John Rutter

Collegium COLCD113, tr11

00:14

Carol Ann Duffy

River, David Schofield

00:14

Claude Debussy — La Cathedrale engloutie

Performer: Nelson Freire

DECCA 4781111, tr10

00:20

Wislawa Szymborska

Utopia, Helen Baxendale

00:22

Michael Nyman — God's Hands

Performer: Ryan Dorin, Michael Lang

Virgin CDVE936, tr2

00:23

Henry Purcell — Sonata No.9 in F Major 'Called for its excellence the Golden Sonata'

Performer: The Purcell Quartet

CHANDOS CHAN8763, tr1

00:30

Howard Nemerov

Grace to be said at the supermarket, David Schofield

00:31

Johann Sebastian Bach — Invention No.13 in A Minor & Sinfonia No.13 in A Minor

Performer: Glenn Gould

Sony Classical 5174832, tr19 & 20

00:34

Ovid translated by Ted Hughes

Tales from Ovid, Helen Baxendale

00:35

Johannes Brahms — Piano Quartet No. 3

Performer: Isaac Stern, Yo-Yo Ma, Claudio Abbado, Chicago Symphony Orchestra

CBS CD42387, tr4

00:46

Lord Byron

She Walks in Beauty like the Night, David Schofield

00:47

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Laudate Dominum

Performer: Barbara Hendricks, Justin Sillman, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir Nevill Marriner

EMI CDC7492832, tr2

00:51

Wislawa Szymborska

Pi, Helen Baxendale

00:53

Felix Mendelssohn — Perpetuum mobile in C, Op. 119

Performer: Benjamin Frith

NAXOS 8550939, tr16

00:55

WB Yeats

What Then, David Schofield

00:56

Igor Stravinsky — The Nightingale

Performer: BBC Singers, Simon Joly, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Boulez

ERATO 2292456272, tr9

01:00

Menna Elfyn

Matins, Helen Baxendale

01:00

Arvo Pärt — Silentium

Performer: Tasmin Littler, Martin Roscoe, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Richard Studt

EMI CDEMX2221, tr7

01:02

John Keats

Endymion, David Schofield

01:03

Carol Ann Duffy

Name, Helen Baxendale

01:03

Joseph Haydn — The Creation

Performer: Gabrieli Consort and Players, Paul McCreesh

ARCHIV 4777361, tr2

01:07

Alice Walker

Perfection, David Schofield

01:07

Béla Bartók — Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta

Performer: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti

DECCA 4705162, CD2 tr4