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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://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/

放送日: 2014年 4月 5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

http://www.nhk.or.jp/program/sunshine/playlist.html

(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

 01. Sunny / Bobby Hebb // Night Train To Nashville - Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-1970

 02. Leckan Mor / Lunasa // Se

 03. Lord Franklin / Sinead O'Connor // Sean-Nos Nua

 04. Josephine / Chris Rea // Vol.?

 05. I Can Hear Your Heartbeat / Chris Rea // New Light Through Old Windows

 06. I'm Still Holding On / Chris Rea // The Blue Cafe

 07. Seamus / Pink Floyd // Meddle

 08. Trouble In Mind / Lightnin' Hopkins // The Tradition Masters

 09. Lord Protect My Child / Bob Dylan // The Bootleg Series 1961-1991 Volume 3

 10. A Fistful Of Dollars Theme / Petra Haden // Petra Goes To The Movies

 11. Calling You / Petra Haden // Petra Goes To The Movies

 12. Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand / Petra Haden // Sings: The Who Sell Out

 13. I Can See for Miles / Petra Haden // Sings: The Who Sell Out

 14. If I Were A Bluebird / Linda Thompson (Feat. Amy Helm, Sam Amidon) // Won't Be Long Now

 15. As Fast As My Feet / Linda Thompson (Feat. Teddy, Kami, & Muna Thompson) // Won't Be Long Now

 16. Long Hard Climb / Maria Muldaur // Maria Muldaur

 17. ふなまち唄 Part II / 矢野顕子 // Japanese Girl

 18. Tupelo Honey / Cassandra Wilson // Blue Light 'Til Dawn


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://www4.nhk.or.jp/kaiteki/

放送日: 2014年 4月 5日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− 再開の音楽 −

「帰ってきた息子」 (ゴンチチ

(3分33秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1058>

「よりを戻そうよ」 (ニール・セダカ

(2分45秒)

BMG BVCM37265>

「ザッツ・マイ・デザイアー」 (ノリ・パラマー楽団

(3分40秒)

<VOCALION CDNJT5200>

サムソン・アンド・デリラ」

(ブラインド・ゲーリー・デイヴィス)

(4分03秒)

<PRESTIGE/BLUES VILLE OBCCD-547>

「オーベルニュの歌 から 野原の羊飼いの乙女」

カントルーブ作曲

(2分38秒)

ソプラノ)ネタニア・ダヴラツ

キングレコード KICC-2174,2175>

「もし若ければ」 (チュイート)

(2分48秒)

<ボンバレコード BOM3004>

「アイド・ライク・トゥー・ゴー・バック・トゥー・ザット・

オールド・パル・オブ・マイン」

(ハーフウェイ・ハウス・ダンス・オーケストラ

(3分00秒)

<DUST TO DIGITAL DTD-04>

「ビリーズ・ビーネリー」 (ジョン・ピサノ、ビリー・ビーン

(2分28秒)

<FRESH SOUND REC. FSR-CD736>

「アンダー・ユア・スペル・アゲイン」 (バック・オウエンス)

(2分42秒)

<MAPS 233320-36>

「オープン・ザ・ドアー・トゥー・ユア・ハート」

(ダレル・バンクス)

(2分35秒)

<WARNER WPCR-27581>

「フィール・アゲイン」 (ニック・ロヴェ)

(2分48秒)

<SOUND CIRCUS SCCD23>

男達のメロディー」 (ショーグン)

(4分02秒)

CBSSONY 06SH499>

「恋の仲直り」 (ピーチズ&ハーブ

(5分44秒)

<POLYDOR POCP-1633>

「アンコールの微笑み」

セルソ・フォンセカ、ロナルド・バストス)

(4分36秒)

<ボンバレコード BOM22153>

プット・オン・ア・ハッピー・フェイス」(ボビー・ハケット)

(2分48秒)

SONY MUSIC COL-CD-6697>

「フリム・フラム・ソース」

(ラリー・エルガート・アンド・ヒズ・オーケストラ

(2分20秒)

<MONTPELLIER PCCA-02230>

「レッツ・オンド・アゲン」 (アミーゴ布谷)

(5分06秒)

SONY MUSIC SRCL7510>

「風景」 (中塚正人)

(4分14秒)

キングレコード KICS2240>

「オレオ」 (パット・マルティーノ

(6分52秒)

東芝EMI TOCJ-66109>

「夜の扉」 (ゴンチチ

(4分36秒)

ポリドール PCCA-02230>

「トゥモロー・イズ・アナザー・デイ」 (ビー・ビー・キング)

(2分54秒)

P-VINE PCD-4365>

「君が泣くなら」 (突然段ボール

(2分17秒)

P-VINE PCD-26057>


Jazz Record Requests

Make a request...

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

Sat 5 Apr 2014

17:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04002gc

From the hot jazz of Albert Ammons's Rhythm Kings to the contemporary sounds of Empirical from the album Tabula Rasa, Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests covers all styles and periods of jazz.

Music Played

Django a La Creole Live

Django a La Creole Live

01. Riverboat Shuffle

Evan Christopher's Django a la Creole

Performer: Dave Kelbie. Performer: David Blenkhorn. Performer: Sebastien Girardot.

Live!, Fremeaiux, 2

02. Jodie Man

Louis Armstrong

Performer: Billy Butterfield. Performer: Sid Stoneburn. Performer: Jules Rubin. Performer: Bill Stegmeyer. Performer: Art Rollini. Performer: Paul Ricci. Performer: Dave Bowman. Performer: Carl Kress. Performer: Bob Haggart. Performer: Johnny Blowers.

Jack Armstrong Blues, Fremeaux, 21

03. Caprice No. 24

Julian Bliss

Performer: Neal Thornton. Performer: Martin Shaw. Performer: Colin Oxley. Performer: Tim Thornton. Performer: Matt Skelton. Performer: Jim Hart.

A Tribute To Benny Goodman, Signum Classics, 2

04. The Prophet

Empirical

Performer: Nathaniel Facey. Performer: Lewis Wright. Performer: Tom Farmer. Performer: Shaney Forbes. Performer: Zara Beyounes. Performer: Emily Holland. Performer: Sara Roberts. Performer: Kim Vaughan.

Tabula Rasa, Naim, 3

05. Isotope

Phil Woods

Performer: Gordon Beck.

The Complete Concert: Live at the Wigmore Hall, JMS, 1

06. Nagasaki

Albert Ammons

Performer: Guy Kelly. Performer: Dalbert Bright. Performer: Ike Perkins. Performer: Israel Crosby. Performer: Jimmy Hoskins.

MANY FACES OF BOOGIE WOOGIE, AVID, 11

07. Blues

Jazz at The Philharmonic

Performer: J. J. Johnson. Performer: Jack McVea. Performer: Illinois Jacquet. Performer: Nat King Cole. Performer: Les Paul. Performer: Johnny Miller. Performer: Lee Young.

The Illinois Jacquet Story, Proper, 2

08. Misty

Erroll Garner

Performer: Wyatt Ruther. Performer: Fats Heard.

Erroll Garner plays Misty, 1953-54, Naxos, 9

09. I Got Rhythm

Emilio Caceres

Performer: Ernie Caceres. Performer: Johnny Gomez.

Ernie & Emilio Caceres, Paris Jazz Corner Productions, 1

10. What A Difference A Day Makes

Dinah Washington

Performer: Dinah Washington.

WHAT A DIFF'RENCE A DAY MAKES, VERVE, 7

11. Last Minute Bossa Nova

Vic Lewis

Performer: Jimmy Deuchar. Performer: Shake Keane. Performer: Ronnie Scott. Performer: Tubby Hayes. Performer: Terry Shannon. Performer: Ray Dempsey. Performer: Freddy Logan. Performer: Kenny Clare.

Vic Lewis Plays Bossa Nova At Home and Away, HMV, 4


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 love of jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective.

Each programme take us through his personally-selected playlist of tracks. It's loosely-themed; maybe a great artist, a jazz style or something more off-the-wall. But that serves as just the start of a fascinating journey to the heart of the music Geoffrey is so passionate about.

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

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Stuff Smith

Sun 6 Apr 2014

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04002kd

Hezekiah "Stuff" Smith was the clown prince of jazz violin. Ruling New York's 52nd street with his madly swinging sextet, he partnered the likes of Dizzy Gillespie till his death in 1967. Geoffrey Smith surveys an exuberant career.

Music Played

01. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jonah Jones. Performer: James Sherman. Performer: Bobby Bennett. Performer: Micky Waller. Performer: Cozy Cole.

The Complete 1936 - 1937 Sessions, Hep, 4

02. You'se A Viper

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jonah Jones. Performer: James Sherman. Performer: Bobby Bennett. Performer: Micky Waller. Performer: Cozy Cole.

The Complete 1936-1937 Sessions, Hep Records, 9

03. After You've Gone

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jonah Jones. Performer: James Sherman. Performer: Bobby Bennett. Performer: Mack Walker. Performer: Cozy Cole.

The Complete 1936-1937 Sessions, Hep Records, 8

04. Old Joe's Hittin' The Jug

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jonah Jones. Performer: James Sherman. Performer: Bobby Bennett. Performer: Mack Walker. Performer: Cozy Cole.

The Complete 1936-1937 Sessions, Hep Records, 13

05. A Ghost of A Chance

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jimmy Jones. Performer: John Levy.

Classics 1939 - 1944, Classics, 7

06. Desert Sands

Stuff Smith

Performer: Jimmy Jones. Performer: John Levy.

Classics 1939 - 1944, Classics, 25

07. Test Pilot

Stuff Smith

Performer: Lucky Thompson. Performer: Erroll Garner. Performer: George Wettling.

Onyx Club Spree, Topaz, 23

08. I Know That You Know

Stuff Smith

Performer: Nat King Cole. Performer: JOHN COLLINS. Performer: Charlie Harris. Performer: Lee Young.

After Midnight, Capitol, 8

09. Things Ain't What They Used To Be

Stuff Smith

Performer: Oscar Peterson. Performer: Barney Kessel. Performer: Ray Brown. Performer: Alvin Stoller.

Stuff Smith, Verve, 3

10. It Don't Mean a Thing

Violin Summit

Performer: Stuff Smith. Performer: Stéphane Grappelli. Performer: Svend Asmussen. Performer: Jean-Luc Ponty.

Violin Summit, Storyville, 4

11. Rio Pakistan

Dizzy Gillespie

Performer: Stuff Smith. Performer: Wynton Kelly. Performer: J.C. Heard.

Dizzy Gillespie And Stuff Smith, Verve, 1


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

The Sticking Place

Sun 6 Apr 2014

20:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04003kl

The Sticking Place: words and music exploring risk and failure; with poems by Emily Dickinson, Anne Sexton and T.S Eliot .

.

When Macbeth says to Lady Macbeth, "If we should fail", she responds "We fail! But screw your courage to the sticking place and we'll not fail".

This edition is about daring to take the plunge, doing and building the impossible, Icarus's flight, Byron's swim, the Tower of Babel, the fear of failure and the loss of it all. Poems by Samuel Beckett, Tennyson and Philip Larkin are read by Sylvestra Le Touzel and Peter Marinker. Music includes work by Leos Janacek, Frederick Delius, Ivor Gurney and Igor Stravinsky.

Producer’s Note: The Sticking Place

This edition of Words and Music takes us to the edge and asks us to jump off: it’s about daring to take risks and flying; the determination to reach impossible heights and defeat crushing odds; to pit human ingenuity, strength and insane determination against nature, God and good sense.

It is also about failure.

We begin with Britten’s piece for Phaeton’s daring and disastrous attempt to drive the chariot of the sun and the unrealised dreams of Leonardo da Vinci’s flying machines and Anne Sexton’s treatment of the Icarus myth where the boy’s foolish but splendid soaring into the sun is contrasted with his sensible father’s earthly trudge away from the scene.

The dizzying achievement of the almost impossible is celebrated in Rita Streich’s famous ‘Queen of the Night’s’ aria from Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’ whilst the bold daring of a more domestic kind is conjured by William Carlos Williams naked and marvellous ‘Danse Russe’ placed with John Adamsalleged” dance piece for dances yet to be imagined.

Submitting to the pleasure of the fall, irrespective of the potential smash to earth, is echoed in Orlando Gough’s beautiful, insistent swoon: ‘Falling’ set, here, with George Herbert’s unsuccessful resistance of spiritual Love, alongside Byron’s boastful account of his swimming the Hellespont and Liszt’s account of Leander’s swim for love of Hero that Byron replayed for glory.

Emily Dickinson’s observation of the industry of the spider recalls the story of Robert Bruce’s inspiration to renewed determination after witnessing a spider’s efforts to spin a web across a cave and contrasts with the energetic but deluded efforts of Strauss’ ‘Don Quixote.’

Two grand schemes for buildings, Gaudi’s Barcelona Cathedral La Sagrada Família and the Tower of Babel, here receive less than favourable reviews from the critics George Orwell and God and there’s music from Werner Herzog’s film, ‘Fitzcarraldo’, about an extraordinary project to transport a steamship over a hill to reach a rubber plantation.

Another grand plan gone awry was S A Andree’s doomed attempt to be the first to cross the Arctic in a hydrogen balloon in 1897. Buoyed by the hot air of international publicity and subscriptions, he and his two companions attempted an arctic flight which ended after only 2 days. The balloonists survived for several weeks but their remains, diaries and photographs were discovered more than thirty years later.

And then, failure and the tender beauty of its description and recognition by Philip Larkin, TS Eliot’s Prufrock and John Clare, with a brief rally via Tennyson’s ‘Ulysses’, whose purpose holds to sail beyond the sunset.

At the end there is the final unravelling as words themselves fail in Beckett’s ‘What is the Word’ and their power is reasserted in Gorecki’s ‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs’, inspired by the words of a young woman written on the walls of a Gestapo prison cell in Poland, and a hymn to courage in the face of darkest despair.

Natalie Steed


Music Played

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

00:00

Benjamin Britten

6 Metamorphoses after Ovid for oboe solo, no 2 Phaeton

Performer: Roy Carter.

EMI Classics 21752629, Tr12

William Shakespeare

from Macbeth, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel and Peter Marinker

Christopher Logue

Come to Edge, reader Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:01

Eric Whitacre

Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine for Chorus

Performer: Whitacre Singer, Laudibus, cond. Eric Whitacre.

DECCA 3209, Tr9

Anne Sexton

To A Friend Who Has Come To Triumph, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:11

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen, from Die Zauberlflöte

Performer: Rita Stretch.

Deutsche Grammophon 4357412, Tr6

00:14

Igor Stravinsky

The Firebird Suite, The Firebird and her Dance

Performer: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, cond Paavo Järvi.

TELARC CD80587, Tr7

00:15

Igor Stravinsky

The Firebird Suite, Round of the Princesses Khorovod

Performer: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, cond Paavo Järvi.

TELARC CD80587, Tr8

William Carlos Williams

Danse Russe, read by Peter Marinker

00:16

John Adams

John's Book of Alleged Dances, Judah to Ocean

Performer: Kronos Quartet.

NONESUCH 755794652, Tr1

George Herbert

Love Bade Me Welcome, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:19

Orlando Gough

Falling

Performer: The Shout.

B00E8W5MEA, Tr9

00:23

Laura Marling

Crawled Out Of The Sea (Interlude)

Performer: Laura Marling.

Virgin/EMI, Tr7

00:24

Franz Liszt

Ballade No 2

Performer: Leslie Howard.

HYPERION CDA67034, Tr12

Lord Byron

Written After Swimming from Sestos to Abydos, read by Peter Marinker

Emily Dickinson

The Spider Holds a Silver Ball read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:28

Richard Strauss

Don Quixote, Variation V

Performer: cello, Mstislav Rostropovich; viola, Ulrixh Koch; Berliner Philharmoniker; cond Herbert von Karajan.

EMI CDC7493082, Tr7

George Orwell

From Homage to Catalonia, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, read by Peter Marinker

00:33

Florain Fricke

Wehe Khorazin, from Soundtrack to Fitzcarraldo

Performer: Popul Vuh.

High Tide ?– TIDE 9112-2, Tr1

Book of Genesis

Tower of Babel; from Genesis 11 (King James Version), read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:37

Terje Isungset

Floating

Performer: Terje Isungset.

All Ice 0601, Tr4

00:39

Knudåge Riisager

Kærlinghedsdans from Månerenen (Moon Reindeer)

Performer: Aarhus Symohiny Orchestra, cond Bo Holten.

DACAPO 8226022, Tr14

SA Andree (trans John Lowe)

Extract from the Andree Diaries, read by Peter MArinker

Philip Larkin

To Failure, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

00:44

John Dowland

Lachrimae, "Seaven Teares": II. Lachrimae Antiquae Nouae

Performer: Jakob Lindberg.

BIS-CD-315, Tr2

TS Eliot

extract from The Lovesong of J Alfred Prufrock, read by Peter Marinker

00:50

Frederick Delius

Pale amber sunlight falls, from Songs of Sunset

Performer: Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, cond Richar Hickox.

CHANDOS CHAN2914, Tr9

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

from Ulysses, read by Peter Marinker

00:55

Ivor Gurney

Sleep

Performer: Tenor Paul Agnew, piano Julius Drake.

HYPERION CDA67243, Tr18

John Clare

Written in Northampton County Asylum, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel

01:00

Leos Janacek

from On an overgrown path, no 6 Nelze Domlubit (Words Fail)

Performer: Charles Owen.

SOMMCD 028, Tr8

Samuel Beckett

What is the Word, for Joe Chaikin, read by Peter Marinker

01:03

Henryk Mikolaj Górecki

Symphony no. 3 (Op.36) "Symphony of sorrowful songs" for soprano and orchestra, 2nd movement

Performer: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, cond Donald Runnicles.

Telarc 80699, Tr1

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