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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12月29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. Be Mine /Alabama Shakes

ALBUM:Boys & Girls

02. Pay In Blood / Bob Dylan

ALBUM:Tempest

03. Standing In The Doorway / Bonnie Raitt

ALBUM:Slipstream

04. Haul Away / Mark Knopfler

ALBUM:Privateering

05. Born to Sing / Van Morrison

ALBUM:Born To Sing: No Plan B

06. Cold Cold Feeling / Ry Cooder

ALBUM:Election Special

07. Let's Get Low Down / Jon Cleary

ALBUM:Occapella!

08. Stay Broke / Boukou Groove

ALBUM:A Lil' Boukou In Your Cup

09. I Wave Bye Bye / Allen Toussaint

ALBUM:Quiet About It, A Tribute To Jesse Winchester

10. Sugar / Trish ‘Teedy’ Boutte

ALBUM:Ingrid Lucia Presents New Orleans Female Vocalists

11. Larmame / Hassan Hakmoun

ALBUM:Spirit

12. Sonny Light / Jack DeJohnette

ALBUM:Sound Travels

13. Time Of No Reply / Misja Fitzgerald Michel

ALBUM:Time Of No Reply

14. In The Month Of March / No Nukes Jazz Orchestra

ALBUM:No Nukes Jazz Orchestra

15. Be At Peace with Yourself / Bill Fay

ALBUM:Life Is People


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12月29日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− 年末恒例 大蔵ざらえの音楽 −

「氷と水のワルツ」 (ゴンチチ)(2分41秒)

EPIC ESCL3738>

「シー」 (ジェフ・リン)(2分32秒)

<BIG TRILBY REC. FRLP-569>

アラベスク 第1番」 ドビュッシー作曲(4分38秒)

(ハープ)グザヴィエ・ドゥ・メストレ

SONY CLASSICAL 88691931792-18>

「リジア」 (ルーラ・ガルヴァオ)(6分11秒)

<55 REC. FNCJ-5536>

「ビフォア・ザ・ネクスト・ティアードロップス・フォールズ」(フレディ・フェンダー)(2分32秒)

abc Dot DOSD-2020>

巡礼の年 第1年から 第7曲 牧歌」 リスト作曲(ルイ・ロルティ)(4分25秒)

<chandos CHAN10662>

「インダー・ヴェンニラ」 (K.S.チスラ)K.S.CHITHRA作詞、K.S.CHITHRA作曲(4分28秒)

<B-MUSIC BM5041>

「エシン・ファンファン」 (アキーブ・カリーム)(4分45秒)

<HOT CASA REC. PCD-2477>

ケ・セラ・セラ」 (ビルヒニア・ロペス)(2分35秒)

<SPANORAMIC 503>

ハピネス・ホテル」 (ザ・マペッツ)(3分05秒)

RHINO R2 78>

「これが呑まずに居られるかい」 (三波春夫)(3分35秒)

テイチクエンターテインメント TECE-45989>

「インヴォケイション」 (ヒュー・ル・ケイン)(2分20秒)

<JWD MUSIC JWD03>

「ゾーズ・ロンリー・ロンリー・ナイツ」(ジョニー・ギター・ワトソン)(2分54秒)

P-VINE PCD-3026>

「アイ・ウォナ・ホールド・ユア・ハンド」 (ラフィー)(アーシャ)(S.D.バティシュ)(S.バルビー)(3分35秒)

HMV N54810>

パーフェクト・ワールド」(ヒューイ・ルイス・アンド・ニュース)(3分54秒)

<CAPITOL 09463-62996-2-4>

「シェイク・ア・ハンド」 (ジーニー・バーンズ)(ジョニー・オーティス・オーケストラ)(2分24秒)

ACE REC. CDCHD774>

交響曲 第9番 ニ短調“合唱つき”から第4楽章の終わりの部分」ベートーベン作曲

(合唱)ウィーン楽友協会合唱団

(管弦楽)ウィーン・フィルハーモニー管弦楽団

(指揮)クリスティアンティーレマン

(4分18秒)

SONY MUSIC SICC20140〜20145>

「歩いても歩いても」 (ゴンチチ)(1分49秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-15001>

「ダーク・デイ」 (クエル&ジャクソン・ジョー)(4分03秒)

<GAla pagos G4CD0037>

「愛の天使パトラー」 (青樹亜依)(5分25秒)

P-VINE PCD-4624>


Travelling Folk

Bruce MacGregor presents Radio Scotland's flagship folk programme and brings you the very best of today's music and song.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00tlyrt

Sharon Shannon

Thu 27 Dec 2012

20:05

BBC Radio Scotland

Bruce MacGregor is joined by Irish multi-instrumentalist Sharon Shannon.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pd2qb

A chance to hear Bruce Macgregor's interview with the Irish multi-instrumentalist Sharon Shannon.

Travelling Folk Playlist

TITLE: El Agus De La Vida

TRK: 6

ARTIST: Salsa Celtica

CD: En Vivo En El Norte

LABEL/CAT NR: DSLCD002

TITLE: The Bluebell Polka

TRK: 11

ARTIST: The Brock McGuire Band

CD: Green Grass Blue Grass

LABEL/CAT NR: PMCD001

TITLE: Gur Millis Morag

TRK: 6

ARTIST: Kathleen MacInnes

CD: Kilbride

LABEL/CAT NR: Kathleen MacInnes – KMAC001

TITLE: Waltz With Me

TRK: 6

ARTIST: Annbjorg Lien

CD: Waltz With Me

LABEL/CAT NR: Heilo – HCD 7216

TITLE: Peggy

TRK: 9

ARTIST: Dala Girls

CD: Best Day

LABEL/CAT NR: Campus Music – 7 4582 2

TITLE: Off The Hook

TRK: 12

ARTIST: Sharon Shannon and The Rte Concert Orchestra

CD: Flying Circus

LABEL/CAT NR: CACD2415

TITLE: Matt Peoples {Reels}

TRK: 1

ARTIST: Matt Molloy, Paul Brady, Tommy Peoples

CD: Mighty Sessions

LABEL/CAT NR: Mulligan Music

TITLE: April Magnolia

TRK: 12

ARTIST: Sharon Shannon and The Rte Concert Orchestra

CD: Flying Circus

LABEL/CAT NR: CACD2415

TITLE: Take Me Out Drinking Tonight

TRK: 6

ARTIST: Annie Grace

CD: Take Me Out Drinking Tonight

LABEL/CAT NR: Greentrax – CDTRAX 256

TITLE: McFadden’s Reels

McFadden’s Handsome Daughter/Dinny Langton’s/

The Maids of Mitchelstown

TRK: 13

ARTIST: Four Men and A Dog

CD: Barking Mad

LABEL/CAT NR: Topic – TSCD461

TITLE: Bulgarian Shed

TRK: 2

ARTIST: Sketch

CD: Shed Life

LABEL/CAT NR: Skye Records – SRCD001

TITLE: Asturias Part Two

TRK: 7

ARTIST: Nuala Kennedy

CD: Noble Stranger

LABEL/CAT NR: Compass Records – 7 4579 2

TITLE: Late to Slumber, Early to Rise /

The Highlandman Kissed His Mother / Iain Eoghainn Alasdair

TRK: 1

ARTIST: Calum Stewart and Lauren MacColl

CD: Wooden Flute and Fiddle

LABEL/CAT NR: Make Believe Records – MBR3CD

TITLE: I Can’t Be Right

TRK: 4

ARTIST: Adam Holmes and The Embers

EP: Promo

LABEL/CAT NR: Promo

TITLE: The Gallowhill Reel / The Spider’s Web / The Road to Diabaig

TRK: 12

ARTIST: Ian Hardie / Andy Thorburn

CD: The Spider’s Web

LABEL/CAT NR: Greentrax – CDTRAX 152

TITLE: Stone to Sand

TRK: 1

ARTIST: Cahalen Morrison & Eli West

CD: Our Lady of The Tall Trees

LABEL/CAT NR: www.cahalenandeli.com

TITLE: Cover Your Eyes

TRK: 1

ARTIST: Karine Polwart

CD: Traces

LABEL/CAT NR: Proper Music/ Hegri Musi

TITLE: Mary

TRK: 3

ARTIST: Rura

CD: Break it Up

LABEL/CAT NR: Greentrax – CDTRAX 364

TITLE: Hermless

TRK: 6

ARTIST: Michael Marra

CD: On Stolen Stationery

LABEL/CAT NR: Eclectic – ECLTC 9104


Mike Harding

Folk, roots and acoustic music, plus artist news and the latest album releases

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006wrmz

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Farewell Special

Wed 26 Dec 2012

19:00

BBC Radio 2

Mike bids farewell with a selection of his favourite ever folk, roots and acoustic tracks.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pdy5q

Mike bids farewell to Radio 2 by playing a selection of his favourite ever folk tracks.

Songs come from artists including the esteemed guitarists Martin Simpson and Nic Jones, and two young songwriters based in the North East of England: Emily Portman and Rebekah Findlay.

Jack-e McAuley's version of The Auld Triangle and The Unwanted's take on The Morning Blues also make Mike's final playlist, as do songs by Christy Moore and Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight, and a listener favourite by Roaring Jelly.

After nearly 15 years presenting the show, this special Boxing Day programme will be Mike's last on Radio 2. Mark Radcliffe begins presenting the new Folk Show on Wednesday 2 January 2013 at 7pm, with Bellowhead live in session.

Music Played

01. Jackie McAuley — The Auld Triangle

Shadowboxing, Road Goes On Forever RGF/JMCCD 041

02. The Unwanted — The Morning Blues

Music From The Atlantic Fringe, Compass COM45262

03. Emily Portman — Stick Stock

The Glamoury, Furrow Records FUR002

04. Roaring Jelly — Valerie Wilkins

Nowt So Funny As Folk, Ada ADA105CD

05. Rebekah Findlay — Far From Home

Northern Skies, Self-released TEDRFCD001

06. Christy Moore — On Morecambe Bay

Folk Tale, Columbia / Sony Music 88697973042

07. Nic Jones — Sir Patrick Spens

Ballads and Songs (LP), Trailer LER 2014

08. Marry Waterson & Oliver Knight — Some Old Salty

Once In A Blue Moon, Topic Records Ltd. TSCD706

09. Martin Simpson — One Day

True Stories, Topic Records Ltd. TSCD578

10. Show of Hands — Arrogance Ignorance & Greed

Arrogance Ignorance & Greed, Hands On Music HMCD 29

11. Dave Burland — Waltzing's For Dreamers

His Master's Choice, Road Goes On Forever RGFCD 009

12. Mike Harding — Closing Time

Plutonium Alley, Moonraker CDM009

13. The Voice Squad — The Parting Glass

Many's The Foolish Youth, Tara TARA 4004


Bob Harris Country

Bob presents his choice of country, roots and Americana music

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x527

The best sessions of 2012

Thu 27 Dec 2012

19:00

BBC Radio 2

Best sessions of 2012 including Mary Chapin Carpenter, Carrie Underwood and Vince Gill.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pdynk






Bob Harris Sunday

Bob Harris plays an eclectic mix of new tracks from the worlds of Americana, Alt Country, Indie, World, Nu-Folk and Blues

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006wqtf

Best Sessions of 2012

Sun 30 Dec 2012

00:00

BBC Radio 2

Bob remembers his best live sessions and interview guests of 2012.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pgp10

The best live session and interview guests of 2012 including Chris Isaak, Billy Bragg, The Silver Seas, Rival Sons, Joan Armatrading, Nell Bryden, Robert Cray and Dr. John.


Jazz Record Requests

Make a request...

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

Sat 29 Dec 2012

17:00

BBC Radio 3

Alyn Shipton presents a selection of listeners' requests, including favourites from 2012.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pd3jb

Alyn Shipton presents a selection of listeners' requests including a second chance to hear some of the most requested items from 2012.

Music Played

01. Oregon — Tern

Composer: Towner Performers: Ralph Towner, p; Paul McCandless, ss; Glen Moore, b; Mark Walker, d. April 2012.

Family Tree, Camjazz, CAM5046 Track 2

02. The Modern Jazz Quartet — Bag’s Groove

Composer: Jackson Performers: Milt Jackson, vib; John Lewis, p; Percy Heath, b; Connie Kay, d. 23 Nov 1974.

The Last Concert, Rhino, 7567819762 CD 2 Track 10

03. Count Basie — Corner Pocket

Composer: Green Performers: Thad Jones, Sonny Cohn, Lennie Johnson, Snooky Young, t; Quentin Jackson, Henry Coker, Benny Powell, tb; Marshal Royal, Frank Wess, Frank Foster, Budd Johnson, Charlie Fowlkes, reeds; Count Basie, p; Freddie Green, g; Eddie Jones, b; Sonny Payne. d. June 27/28, 1961, NYC.

Basie at Birdland, Roulette, 0946 3 97449 2 3 Track 12

04. Stan Tracey — In a Sentimental Mood

Composer: Ellington Performers: Kenny Baker, Paul Tongay, Derek Watkins, Eddie Blair, Les Condon, Ian Carr, t; Keith Christie, Don Lusher, Chris Pyne, Bobby Lambe, Chris Smith tb; Joe Harriott, as; Tony Coe, Don Rendell, ts; Stan Tracey, p; Lennie Bush, b; Barry Morgan, d. August 1968.

We Love You Madly, Columbia, SCX 6320 S2 T3

05. Enrico Tomasso — Lullaby in Rhythm

Composer: Samson, Goodman, Profit, Hirsch Performers: Enrico Tomasso t; John Pearce, p; Andrew Cleyndert, b; Bobby Worth d, 2012.

Al Dente, Woodville, 139 Track 5

06. Wynton Marsalis — Deep Creek

Composer: Jelly Roll Morton Performers: Wynton Marsalis, t; Lucien Barbarin, tb; Wycliffe Gordon, tu; Michael White, cl; Victor Goines, ss; Wes Anderson, as; Eric Lewis, p; Don Vappie, g; Reginald Veal, b; Herlin Riley, d. Jan 1999.

Mr Jelly Lord, Columbia, CK 69872 Track 5

07. Bill Coleman — I’m In The Mood For Love

Composer: Fields / McHugh Performers: Bill Coleman, t; Herman Chittison, p. Jan 31 1936.

Bill Coleman Vol. 1 1935-1937, Pathe Marconi, 155257 S1/T2

08. Sammy Price — Blues for the Bluesicians

Composer: Price Performers: Sammy Price, p. December 1969

Blues on My Mind, Black Lion, 30201 S2 T2

09. Brad Mehldau — Blackbird

Composer: McCartney Performers: Brad Mehldau, p; Larry Grenadier, b; Jorge Rossy, d. September 1996.

Art of the Trio Vol 1, Nonesuch, 46260-2 Track 4

10. Django Reinhardt — Topsy

Composer: Durham/ Battle Performers: Django Reinhardt, Joseph Reinhardt, g; Hubert Rostaing, cl; Emmanuel Soudieux, b; André Jourdain, d. 10 April 1947.

Retrospective, Saga, 036 161 2 CD 3 Track 1

11. Sandy Brown / Brian Lemon — True Love’s Heart

Composer: Brown Performers: Sandy Brown, cl; Brian Lemon, p; Tony Archer, b; Bobby Orr, d. 1983.

In the Evening, Hep, 2017 S1 / T1

12. Roy Budd — Blues Etude

Composer: Peterson Performers: Roy Budd, p,arr; Dave Holland, b; Chris Karan, d. Bettws Social Club, Newport, Monmouthshire: January 9, 1968

Roy Budd at Newport, Pye, NPL18212. S1 T 1


Geoffrey Smith's Jazz

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his passion for jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective. Having spent more than twenty years as host to Jazz Record Requests, reading listeners' letters and observing their passion for all types of jazz, Geoffrey Smith goes solo in this new series, exploring and illuminating the story of great jazz across its entire range, through personally-selected sequences of tracks.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h5z0s

Review of 2012

Sun 30 Dec 2012

00:00

BBC Radio 3

Geoffrey Smith reviews the 2012 editions of the programme, with listeners' suggestions.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pd3mr

Geoffrey Smith looks back at the last eight months of Geoffrey Smith's Jazz, responding to listeners' suggestions and delights. Count on a rich mix from the likes of Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and Pee Wee Russell, just for starters.

Music Played

01. Thelonious MonkLiza

Composer: G & I Gershwin Performers: Thelonious Monk, p; Oscar Pettiford, b; Art Blakey, d. 1955

The Unique, Riverside, VDJ1528 (1); Tr.1

02. Jo Jones — Little Susie

Composer: Bryant / Bryant / Jones Performers: Ray Bryant, p; Tommy Bryant, b; Jo Jones, d. 1959

The Jo Jones Trio, Top Rank, 35 039. S2/6

03. Charlie Parker — Sepian Bounce

Composer: Hall / McShann Performers: Charlie Parker with Jay McShann and his Orchestra: Charlie Parker, as; Buddy Anderson, Bob Merrill, Orville Minor, t; Lawrence Anderson, Taswell Baird, tb; John Jackson, as; Fred Culliver, Bob Mabane, ts; Jay McShann, p; Leonard Enois, g; Gene Ramey, b; Doc West, d. Skipper Hall, William J. Scott, arr. July 1942

Ken Burns Jazz: Charlie Parker, Verve, 549 0843. Tr.1

04. Frankie Newton — The Onyx Hop

Composer: Newton Performers: Frankie Newton and his Uptown Serenaders: Frankie Newton, t, arr; Pete Brown, Edmond Hall, cl; Pete Brown, Gene Johnson, as; Cecil Scott, ts; Don Frye, p; Frank Rich, g; John Kirby, b; O’Neill Spencer, d. 1937

Swing Street – Vol 2, Columbia, SX 1506. S1/5

05. Hal Singer — Fancy Pants

Composer: Shavers Performers: Hal Singer, ts; Charlie Shavers, t; Ray Bryant, p; Wendell Marshall, b; Osie Johnson, d. 1959.

Blue Stompin’, Esquire, 32 122. S2/2

06. Wynton Marsalis — Red Hot Pepper

Composer: Morton Performers: Wynton Marsalis, t; Wes Anderson as, Wycliffe Gordon, tb, t; Victor Goines, ts,Lucien Barbarin, tb; Michael White cl; Eric Lewis, p; Donald Vappie, g; Reginald Veal, b; Herlin Riley, d. 1999

Mr Jelly Lord: Standard Time, vol 6, Columbia /Sony Classical, CK 69872. Tr. 1

07. Max Kaminsky — Stuyvesant Blues

Composer: Russell Performers: Max Kaminsky and his Dixieland Band: Max Kaminsky, t; Pee Wee Russell, cl; Miff Mole, tb; Joe Sullivan, p; Jack Lesberg, b; George Wettling, d. 1954

Windy City Jazz, Concert Hall Society, CHJ-1009. S2/3

08. Ralph Sutton — Rain

Composer: Ford / Morgan / Swanstrom Performers: Ralph Sutton, p; Bob Barnard, t; Milt Hinton, b; Len Barnard, d. August 1983

Partners in Crime, Sackville, SKCD22023 (1); Tr.4

09. Stefano BollaniMaple Leaf Rag

Composer: Scott Joplin Performers: Stefano Bollani, p. 2005

Piano Solo, ECM, 9877372 (1); Tr. 14

10. Stan Tracey — Pudding and Mince

Composer: Tracey Performers: Stan Tracey Quartet: Stan Tracey, p; Simon Allen, as; Andy Cleyndert, b; Clark Tracey, d. 2011

A Child’s Christmas: Jazz Suite, Resteamed Jazz, RSJ 111; Tr. 11

11. Sonny Rollins — God Bless the Child

Composer: Holiday / Herzog Performers: Sonny Rollins, ts; Jim Hall, g; Bob Cranshaw, b; Ben Riley, d. 1962

The Bridge, Bluebird, ND90633 (1); Tr. 5


Private Passions

Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates, and talk about the influence music has had on their lives

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

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Simon Hoggart

Sun 30 Dec 2012

12:00

BBC Radio 3

Michael Berkeley's guest is journalist and broadcaster Simon Hoggart.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pd3n0

Michael Berkeley's guest is the journalist and broadcaster Simon Hoggart, son of the sociologist Richard Hoggart. He has been writing for The Guardian since the 1960s, and from 1993 has been its parliamentary sketch-writer. He also writes a wine column for The Spectator, and his books range from 'Life's Too Short to Drink Bad Wine' to a serious political review and several popular collections of hilarious Christmas round-robin letters. He chaired Radio 4's comedy show 'The News Quiz' in the 1980s, and again from 1996-2006, and has appeared on TV's Grumpy Old Men series.

His musical tastes range from Mozart's serenade Eine kleine Nachtmusik and Beethoven's 'Pastoral' Symphony to Tallis's motet Spem in alium, a piece by Piers Hellawell, and excerpts from Berlioz's 'Damnation of Faust', Donizetti's 'L'elisir d'amore' and Wagner's 'Tristan und Isolde'.

Music Played

01. ‘Allegro’ from ‘Eine kleine Nachtmusik’ K525 by Mozart

Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Neville Marriner

CD/Record number:DECCA 4437622

02. 1st mvt from Symphony no 6 in F major, Op 68 (Excerpt) by Beethoven

London Philharmonic Orchestra/Klaus Tennstedt

CD/Record number:EMI CDC7474592

03. ‘Spem in alium’ by Tallis

Choir of King’s College Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury, Peter Stevens (organ scholar)

CD/Record number:EMI 6090042

04. ‘Vivace’ from ‘Inside Story’ (Excerpt) by Piers Hellawell

Clio Gould (violin), Philip Dukes (viola), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Martyn Brabbins

CD/Record number:METRONOME METCD1059

05. ‘The Assumption of Marguerite’ from ‘The Damnation of Faust’ (Part IV) by Berlioz

Eton College Boys’ Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus/Myung-Whun Chung

CD/Record number:DG 4535002

06. ‘Una Furtiva Lagrima’ from ‘L’elisir d’amore’ (Act II sc 2) by Donizetti

Ferruccio Tagliavini (Nemorino), Metropolitan Opera Orchestra/Giuseppe Antonicelli (Broadcast 24 Dec 1949)

CD/Record number:NAXOS 811012526

07. ‘Liebestod’ from ‘Tristan and Isolde’ Act III sc3 by Wagner

Nina Stemme (Isolde), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/Antonio Pappano

CD/Record number:EMI 9668642

http://www.classicarts.co.uk/passions-thisWeek.asp


Words and Music

A sequence of music interspersed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose read by leading actors

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

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Perchance to Dream

Sun 30 Dec 2012

18:30

BBC Radio 3

Words and music on the subject of dreams. Readings by Sophie Thompson and Chiwetel Ejiofor

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pd3n8

Freud argued that dreams could be interpreted, and for many literary characters, such as Winston in 1984 and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina the dream is used as a device to reveal the character's true or subconscious feelings. Nightmares are also well represented, with chilling passages from Moby Dick and Wuthering Heights. There are also aspirational dreams from real people such as Churchill and George Mallory, and literary figures; Jude the Obscure is desperate to escape his miserable life through learning, while Rebecca Sharp sees a rich husband as her salvation. Prophetic and opium-induced dreams also feature, alongside music by Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Stravinsky and Handel. Extracts are read by Sophie Thompson and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Producer - Ellie Mant.


Producer's Note

Tonight’s Words and Music is on the subject of dreams. Freud argued that dreams could be interpreted, and with many literary characters the dream is used as a device to reveal the character’s true or subconscious feelings; George Orwell’s Winston feels his whole world is trapped in a glass paperweight, while Anna Karenina’s adulterous affair seems perfectly acceptable in her dreams, though she wakes from them in horror. Nightmares are also well represented. Captain Ahab’s disturbed nights are caused by his obsession for revenge against the whale Moby Dick – the accompanying music by Peter Mennin was inspired by Meville’s novel. Emily Bronte’s 'Wuthering Heights' features another famous nightmare; Mr Lockwood dreams of a ghostly child called Catherine trying to get in through his window.

There are also aspirational dreams, both literary and real. In 'The Gathering Storm', Winston Churchill describes his anticipation at taking control of Britain during the 2nd World War. For George Mallory, his only dream is to conquer Mount Everest, and Liszt’s symphonic poem 'Ce qu’on entend sur la montagne' seemed to provide a suitably inspirational soundtrack. Jude the Obscure is desperate to escape his miserable existence by becoming a scholar in the city of Christminster, which he has built up in his mind to have almost mythical status. For other characters, the route to happiness is more mercenary; Rebecca Sharp sees a rich husband as her salvation, and this is accompanied by an equally grasping operatic character – Massenet’s 'Manon'.

In the Bible Joseph has a famously prophetic dream, a story which was set to music by Handel in his little known sacred drama 'Joseph and his Brethren'. Coleridge claimed to have written his poem 'Kubla Khan' the day after an opium-induced dream, which has an obvious parallel with Berlioz’s 'Symphonie Fantastique' in which a young musician dreams of his love after having poisoned himself, also with opium. The programme ends with WB Yeatspoem 'He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven', with a beautiful setting of the text by Howard Skempton: "Tread softly, because you tread on my dreams."

Ellie Mant (Producer)


Music and featured items

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

00:00

attr. Purcell

The Tempest Overture- excerpt

Performer: Monteverdi Orchestra Performer: John Eliot Gardiner (conductor)

ERATO 4509965552, Tr.1

William Shakespeare

Caliban’s Dream (The Tempest), reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

Lewis Carroll

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, reader Sophie Thompson

00:01

Igor Stravinsky

Jeu de Cartes; First Deal – excerpt

Performer: Philharmonia Orchestra Performer: Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor)

SONY SK 44917, Tr.23

Sigmund Freud

The Interpretation of Dreams, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:03

Richard Wagner

Träume (Wesendonk Lieder) arr violin and orchestra - excerpt

Performer: Lesley Hatfield (violin) Performer: Northern Sinfonia Performer: Richard Hickox (conductor)

CHANDOS CHAN9354, Tr.12

William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair, reader Sophie Thompson

00:07

Jules Massenet

Voyons, Manon (Manon)

Performer: Angela Gheorghiu (soprano) Performer: Orchestre Symphonique de la Monnaie Performer: Antonio Pappano (conductor)

EMI CDC557006, CD 1 tr.14

Joseph Heller

Catch 22, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:10

Robert Schumann

Traumerei (Kinderszenen)

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (piano)

DG 431167-2, Tr.7

William Leighton

Dreams, reader Sophie Thompson

00:13

Clarke

A Dream

Performer: Patricia Wright (soprano) Performer: Kathron Sturrock (piano)

GUILD GMCD 7208, Tr.2

00:15

Peter Mennin

Concertato (Moby Dick) – excerpt

Performer: Seattle Symphony Performer: Gerard Schwarz (conductor)

DELOS DE3164, Tr.1

Hermann Melville

Moby Dick, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy

We Are the Music-Makers, reader Sophie Thompson

00:18

Sir Edward Elgar

The Music Makers - excerpt

Performer: London Symphony Chorus Performer: London Symphony Orchestra Performer: Richard Hickox (conductor)

EMI CDC7476742, Tr.2

George Mallory

excerpt from a speech, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:21

Franz Liszt

Ce qu’on entend sur la montagne – excerpt

Performer: Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra Performer: Kurt Masur (conductor)

EMI CZS5685982, CD 1 tr.1

George Orwell

1984, reader Sophie Thompson

00:24

Gabriel Fauré

Après une Rêve

Performer: Nicola Benedetti (violin) Performer: Alexi Grynyuk (piano)

DEUTSCHE GRAM 4763399, Tr.8

John Kendrick Bangs

In July, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:27

Felix Mendelssohn

Midsummer Night’s Dream Overture – excerpt

Performer: Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra Performer: Jeffrey Tate (conductor)

EMI CDS7543482, CD 1 tr.1

Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina, reader Sophie Thompson

00:30

Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin

Rêverie

Performer: Scottish National Orchestra Performer: Neeme Järvi (conductor)

CHANDOS CHAN 8462, Tr.6

Thomas Hardy

Jude The Obscure, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:35

[traditional]

Oh, what a beautiful City

Performer: London Adventist Chorale Performer: Ken Burton (conductor)

PARADISUM PDSCD1, Tr.1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Kubla Khan, reader Sophie Thompson

00:39

Hector Berlioz

Symphonie fantastique; Rêveries – excerpt

Performer: Berlin Philharmonic Performer: Daniel Barenboim (conductor)

SONY MK39859, Tr.1

00:41

Turnage

Night Dances: Dance 2 – excerpt

Performer: London Sinfonietta Performer: Oliver Knussen (conductor)

ARGO 4525982, Tr.5

Emily Bronte

Wuthering Heights, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

Dorothy Parker

A Dream Lies Dead, reader Sophie Thompson

00:44

Benjamin Britten

Cradle Song (Charm of Lullabies)

Performer: Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo-soprano) Performer: Northern Sinfonia Performer: Steuart Bedford (conductor)

NAXOS 8.557205, Tr.14

Jacob Sam-La Rose

A Life in Dreams, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:49

Claude Debussy

Rêverie

Performer: Martin Jones (piano)

NIMBUS NI 5160, Tr.5

King James Bible

Genesis 37:3-11, reader Sophie Thompson

00:53

George Frideric Handel

Joseph and his Brethren: Come, divine inspirer, come

Performer: James Bowman (countertenor) Performer: The King’s Consort Performer: Robert King (conductor)

HYPERION CDA671713, CD 1 tr.4

Philip Larkin

The North Ship - XXV, reader Chiwetel Ejiofor

00:58

Maurice Ravel

Daphnis and Chloe Suite no.2; Lever du jour – excerpt

Performer: London Symphony Orchestra Performer: Andre Previn (conductor)

EMI CDC 747162-2, Tr.2

Daphne Du Maurier

Rebecca, reader Sophie Thompson

01:03

George Crumb

Dream Sequence – excerpt

Performer: The International Contemporary Ensemble

BRIDGE 9261, Tr.26

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