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放送日: 2015年 1月10日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前 9:00(100分)


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(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

01. The Vanishing Race / Rhiannon Giddens, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings // Look Again to the Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited

02. Cold Day In Hell / Lucinda Williams // Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone

03. Duquesne Whistle / Benmont Tench // You Should Be So Lucky

04. Lies / Eric Clapton Feat. John Mayer // The Breeze (An Appreciation Of JJ Cale)

05. What's Broken / David Crosby // Croz

06. Singing the Blues / Ruthie Foster // Promise of a Brand New Day

07. Panhandle Rag / Jerry Douglas, Rob Ickes, Mike Auldridge // Three Bells

08. For Everyman / Jimmy LaFave // Looking Into You

09. Standing In The Breach / Jackson Browne // Standing In The Breach

10. Keep It Out Of Sight / Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey // Going Back Home

11. Vagabond / Eddi Reader // Vagabond

12. Night School / Rosanne Cash // The River & The Thread

13. Down To The Nightclub / Tower Of Power // Hipper Than Hip: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow - Live On The Air & In The Studio 1974

14. Wall of Death / Richard Thompson // Acoustic Classics

15. Every Day I Get The Blues / Jesse Winchester // A Reasonable Amount of Trouble

16. Balili (My Father) / Hassan Hakmoun // Unity

17. Sweet Hunk O'Trash / Dr. John Feat. Shemekia Copeland // Ske-Dat-De-Dat...Spirit Of Satch




放送日: 2015年 1月10日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)



ひつじとおおかみの音楽 −

「行ってきます」 (ゴンチチ


SONY MUSIC ESCL30013,30014>




EMI-CAPITOL MUSIC 72435-23745-2-6>





羊飼い」 (マリアナバラフ


<アオラコーポレーション BNSCD-7705>

「天上のヒツジ」 (プレイアード)



「レイト・フォー・ザ・スカイ」 (ジャクソン・ブラウン



ブレード・ランナー(エンド・タイトル)」 (ヴァンゲリス







「ウルフ」 (ダリル・ウェイ&ウルフ)


<POLYDOR P25L-25057>

「狼たちの街のテーマ」 (ティル・ブレナー)


<UNIVERSAL 06025 3795977>

「磯野家のおでかけ」 (“サザエさんサントラ盤)



「メリーさんの子羊」 (オーティス・レディング


<ATLANTIC 85XD-921,922,923>

ピーターと狼」 (ステファン・ツァピス)



「ザ・ライオン・アンド・ザ・ウルフ」 (リー・モーガン


EMIミュージックジャパン TOCJ-7132>




東芝EMI VSCD-534>

「放課後の音楽室」 (ゴンチチ


SONY MUSIC ESCL30013,30014>

サマータイム」 (マイルス・デイヴィス



サマータイム」 (ニコライ・ヘス)







Another Country with Ricky Ross

Ricky Ross enters the landscape of Americana and alternative country. Expect to hear both classic and future classics, with Ricky taking a close look at the stories behind the songs


Celtic Connections 2015 Preview


Fri 9 Jan 2015


BBC Radio Scotland


Ricky Ross previews Celtic Connections 2015 with a look at some of the Americana and country artists playing at the festival, plus details of the Another Country live show.

Music Played

01. Thunderstorm/ Hurricane

Allison Moorer

02. Hey Sheriff

Rusty & Doug Kershaw

03. I Blew It Off

Punch Brothers

04. Nothing To It (Featuring Jim James)

The New Basement Tapes

05. Waterboy

Rhiannon Giddens

06. Bossy

JD McPherson

07. Come In The Water

The Barr Brothers

08. Success

Loretta Lynn

09. Paradise

Lewis & Leigh

10. Alabama Pines

Jamey Johnson

11. Chateau Lobby #4

Father John Misty

12. Say

C Duncan

13. May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose

'Little' Jimmy Dickens

14. Hey Good Lookin'

Hank Williams Sr

15. Spaghetti Western Swing

Brad Paisley

16. All These Things

Charlie Dore

17. You’ll Never Steal My Spirit

The Pearlfishers

18. Then Came The Morning

The Lone Bellow

19. Long Gone Wrong

Daniel Meade

20. Don't Listen To The Wind

Lee Ann Womack

21. A Good Memory For Pain

Ags Connolly

22. Days Ahead

The Lost Brothers

23. Least I Got The Blues

Justin Townes Earle

24. We Are One

Zervas & Pepper

25. Snowbird

Elvis Presley

Jazz Record Requests

Jazz records from across the genre, played in special sequences to highlight the wonders of jazz history. All pieces have been specifically requested by Radio 3 listeners


Sat 10 Jan 2015


BBC Radio 3

Plenty of contrast in today's selection of listeners' requests presented by Alyn Shipton. A classic track by saxophonist Joe Harriott contrasts with the latest CD from altoist Trevor Watts. The traditional jazz trumpet of Ken Colyer sits alongside the more mainstream sound of Chet Baker. When it comes to pianists, the stride-meets-classical-music of Harlem player Donald Lambert is startlingly different from the self-proclaimed inventor of jazz Jelly Roll Morton.

Music Played

01. Revival

Joe Harriott

Performer: Bobby Orr, Shake Keane, Pat Smythe, Joe Harriott, Chris Barber, Coleridge Goode


Columbia, Tr.5

02. Battle Royal

Duke Ellington & Count Basie

Performer: Charlie Fowlkes, William "Cat" Anderson, Quentin Jackson, Aaron Bell, Laurence Brown, Thad Jones, Ed Mullens, Freddie Green, Frank Foster, Henry Coker, Jimmy Hamilton, Sonny Cohn, Sam Woodyard, Paul Gonsalves, Lonnie Johnson, Sonny Payne, Juan Tizol, Lou Blackburn, Russell Procope, Frank Wess, Willie Cook, Snooky Young, Budd Johnson, Andrew "Fats" Ford, Urbie Green, Harry Carney, Ray Nance, Marshall Royal, Eddie Jones, Benny Powell, Johnny Hodges

Duke Ellington Meets Count Basie

Essential Jazz Classics, Tr.1

03. Anitra's Dance

Donald Lambert

Classics In Stride

Pumpkin, Tr.1

04. Painting The Clouds with Sunshine

Ken Colyer

Performer: Ray Smith, Alyn Shipton, Bruce Bakewell, Colin Bowden, Bill Stotesbury, Mike Sherbourne

Painting the Clouds with Sunshine

Black Lion, Tr.2

05. Sorry

Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang

Performer: Chauncey Morehouse, Frank Signorelli, Don Murray, Bill Rank, Adrian Rollini

The Bix Beiderbecke Story

Proper, Tr.26

06. Sidewalk Blues

Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers

Performer: Omer Simeon, Barney Bigard, Andrew Hilaire, George Mitchell, Johnny St. Cyr, Kid Ory, Darnell Howard, John Lindsay

Birth of the Hot

Bluebird, Tr.20

07. The Way You Look Tonight

Paul Desmond & Gerry Mulligan

Performer: Joe Benjamin, Mel Lewis

Two of a Mind

Bluebird, Tr.5

08. Solus

Trevor Watts


FMR, Tr.1

09. Where You Are

Natalie Williams

Where You Are

Little Girl Records, Tr.3

10. Hindustan

Alex Welsh

Performer: Fred Hunt, Alex Welsh, Roy Crimmins, Lennie Hastings, Diz Disley, Bill Reid, Archie Semple

It's Right Here For You

Vocalion, Tr.8

11. Largo From Winter

Jacques Loussier

Performer: Jacques Loussier, André Arpino, Vincent Charbonnier

The Four Seasons

Telarc, Tr.11

12. Bad Penny Blues

Humphrey Lyttelton

Performer: Humphrey Lyttelton, Eddie Taylor, Jim Bray, Johnny Parker

Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band and the Paseo Jazz Band

Upbeat, Tr.24

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.



Kenny Wheeler

Sun 11 Jan 2015


BBC Radio 3


In honour of what would have been Kenny Wheeler's 85th birthday, Geoffrey Smith chooses favourite works by the revered trumpeter-composer who died last October, including excerpts from his portrait of Don Quixote, Windmill Tilter.

Music Played

01. The Long Time Ago Suite

Kenny Wheeler

A Long Time Ago

ECM, Tr.1

02. Altisidora

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: John Dankworth, Kenny Wheeler, Tony Coe

Windmill Tilter

Fontana, Tr.3

03. Toot-Toot

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, Norma Winstone

Song For Someone

Incus Incus, Tr.1

04. Smatter

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: Keith Jarrett, Kenny Wheeler, Jack DeJohnette, Dave Holland

Gnu High

ECM, Tr.2

05. 3/4 In The Afternoon

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: Kenny Wheeler, John Abercrombie, Jack DeJohnette, Jan Garbarek, Dave Holland, Ralph Towner

Deer Wan

ECM, Tr.7

06. Sweet Time Suite: Part 1 - Opening

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, John Abercrombie

Music for Large and Small Ensembles

ECM Records, Tr.1

07. Know Where You Are

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, John Abercrombie, Norma Winstone

Music for Large and Small Ensembles

ECM Records, Tr.4

08. Now, and Now Again

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, John Abercrombie, Dave Holland, Peter Erskine

The Widow In The Window

ECM, Tr.3

09. Past Present

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: Kenny Wheeler, Dave Holland, Lee Konitz, Bill Frisell

Angel Song

ECM Music, Tr.8

10. Breughel

Kenny Wheeler

Performer: Kenny Wheeler, Norma Winstone, London Vocal Project


Edition, Tr.5

Words and Music

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



Sun 11 Jan 2015


BBC Radio 3


Hugh Bonneville and Barbara Flynn travel across maps in literature, from 'The Pilgrim's Progress' by John Bunyan to Roger McGough's comical poem, 'The Map'.

This edition of Words and Music looks at the early maps described by Herodotus, and poetic reflections on the Mappa Mundi by John Davies of Hereford and the contemporary poet, Philip Gross. There are reflections too on Captain Cook's cartography, a farcical description of map-making from Lewis Carroll's 'Sylvie and Bruno Concluded', and poems on mapping the next world by John Donne and Joy Harjo.

Music includes the anonymous Italian melody 'Ayo visto lo mappamundi' and John Cage's Atlas Eclipticalis.

Elizabeth Arno (producer)

Producer Note

Maps are beautiful works of art that give us an intriguing glimpse into how mankind has interpreted the world through the ages. Whilst modern maps are the culmination of precise, scientifically-evolved cartographic practices, and astronomical atlases are derived from astrophysical research, some of the earliest maps, like the medieval mappae mundi, were intended not as literal navigational charts, but as mini encyclopaedias of knowledge – from Bible stories to mythology, and distant lands to flora and fauna.

This edition of Words and Music comprises meditations on the art of map-making and the fantasies that maps create. It begins with the wonderment of The First Atlas as written by Primo Levi, and then nods at the very earliest maps, which were engraved on solid matter like bronze, as reported by Herodotus. The poets Howard Nemerov and Thom Gunn capture the challenges of cartography in their poems The Map-maker on his art and A Map of the City; and there are light-hearted extracts from Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and Lewis Carroll’s Sylvie and Bruno Concluded on the art of making maps.

No programme on maps would be complete without mention of the great explorers like Captain Cook, captured here in a journal entry from January 1770 as he etches leagues around the Cape Maria Van Dieman on the most northerly point of New Zealand, and Margaret Atwood’s poem The Reincarnation of Captain Cook¸ which laments that everywhere on Earth has now been discovered, and hopes to find ‘a new land cleaned of geographies’. Christopher Columbus too was inspired in his ‘Enterprise of the Indies’ when he saw a mappa mundi in the late 15th Century, given to him by the Florentine astronomer and physician, Paolo Toscanelli. He is represented in the programme, setting out to sail, in an extract from William Walton’s opera, Christopher Columbus.

Mappae mundi were circulated through the courts of Europe in the late 15th Century and not only captured the imagination of early explorers, but also of composers. The anonymous poem, Ayo visto lo mappamundi, appears in various settings and interpretations of late 15th-century music, which recur throughout the programme. Most notably, there is a mass setting by Johannes Cornago, who probably became familiar with the poem and its melody at the Neapolitan court of Alfonso I, which he visited in April 1453. What is more, this is the first mass to set a non-liturgical text and melody.

Two texts on the mappae mundi are drawn into a meditation on the Hereford Mappa Mundi, which is an iconic circular map placing Jerusalem at its centre, and it records how thirteenth-century scholars interpreted the world in both spiritual and geographical terms. John Davies of Hereford’s poem, Wit’s Pilgrimage, asks to see the ‘mapp’ and leads into Philip Gross’s ethereal poem entitled Mappa Mundi.

There are also reflections on journeys led by maps: John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress and Roger McGough’s humorous poem The Map. The programme ends with two meditations on mapping the next world: John Donne’s Hymn to God and Joy Harjo’s A Map to the Next World.

Musically, in addition to Ayo visto lo mappamundi, there is a fascinating composition by John Cage called Atlas Eclipticalis. Cage took an astronomical atlas and derived instrumental parts graphically by using chance operations. The parts are to be played in whole or part in any ensemble and I chose to use a recording of the three flute parts by Eberhard Blum. Modern cartography is a precise art of drawing lines and I have included canons by both Bach and Scriabin, which involve the combination of precisely-composed musical lines. Boulez’s Notations and Vahi’s Pastoral on Computerized World are both drawn into my musical portrayal of modern cartography. The other pieces in this programme reflect individual poems.

Elizabeth Arno (producer)

Music Played



Improvisations on Ayo visto lo Mappamundi

Performer: Waverly Consort, Michael Jaffee (director)

EMI CDC 754506-2,Tr.18

Primo Levi, trans. Ruth Feldman

The First Atlas, read by Hugh Bonneville


The Histories (c. 450 – 420BC), read by Barbara Flynn


Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov

Mazurka (Chopiniana, Op.46)

Performer: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Vladimir Ashkenazy (conductor)

DECCA 460 019-2, Tr.6

Howard Nemerov

The Map-maker on his art (1957), read by Hugh Bonneville


Pierre Boulez

Modere – Fantasque (Notations I)

Performer: Wiener Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado (conductor)

DG 429 260-2, Tr.5


Johann Sebastian Bach

Canon alla Duodecima in Contrapuncto alla Quinta (Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV.1080)

Performer: Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano)

DG 477 7345, Tr.18

Mildmay Fane, 2nd Earl of Westmorland

I am but Saxon and soe toule the Bell, read by Barbara Flynn



Atlas Eclipticalis (extract from instrumental parts for flute 1-3)

Performer: Eberhard Blum (piccolo, flute and alto flute)

Hat ART CD 6111, Tr.2

Thom Gunn

A Map of the City, read by Hugh Bonneville


Sir William Walton

Litany of the Saints (extract from Christopher Columbus)

Performer: Jamie Glover (Ironic Spirit/ Sailor), Tom Randle (tenor), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, Richard Hickox (conductor)

CHANDOS CHSA 5034, Tr.20


MG Improvisation

I am Map

Performer: Fred Frith (acoustic guitar), Carla Kihlstedt (nyckelharpa), Stevie Wishart (hurdy-gurdy/ electronics)

INTAKT CD 103, Tr.8

Captain James Cook

Journal - 2 January 1770 (extract), read by Hugh Bonneville



Canon for piano [1883]

Performer: Stephen Coombs (piano)

HELIOS CDH55286, Tr.13

Margaret Atwood

The Reincarnation of Captain Cook, read by Barbara Flynn


Frederick Delius

Winter Landscape (North Country Sketches for Orchestra, No.2)

Performer: Orchestra of Welsh National Opera, Charles Mackerras (conductor)

ARGO 430202-2, Tr.6

Jonathan Swift

Gulliver’s Travels (Chapter IV, opening extract), read by Hugh Bonneville



Ayo visto lo mapamundo

Performer: Paul Hillier (baritone)

HMU 907083, Tr.1

John Davies of Hereford

Wit’s Pilgrimage, read Barbara Flynn



Sanctus (Missa de la mapa mundi)

Performer: Members of His Majestie’s Clerkes, Paul Hillier (director)

HMU 907083, Tr.5


Peeter Vahi

Pastoral of computerized world (opening extract)

Performer: Baltic Trio

FINLANDIA 0630184352, Tr.1

Philip Gross

Mappa Mundi, read Barbara Flynn and Hugh Bonneville


Johann Sebastian Bach

Canon alla Decima in Contrapuncto alla Terza (Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV.1080)

Performer: Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano)

DG 477 7345, Tr.17

Lewis Carroll

Sylvie and Bruno Concluded (Chapter 11, extract), read by Hugh Bonneville



Moderato (2 Icelandic Melodies)

Performer: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Neeme Jarvi (conductor)

CHANDOS CHAN 10766, Tr.6


Sonnet 68, read by Barbara Flynn



Bassa & Alta Danza ‘Mappamundi’

Performer: Hesperion XXI, Jordi Savall (director)

ALIA VOX AVSA 9838, Tr.15

John Bunyan

The Pilgrim’s Progress, paras.722-723 [1678], read by Barbara Flynn

Roger McGough

The Map, read by Hugh Bonneville



Tango [1940]

Performer: Katia & Marielle Labeque (piano 4 hands)

KML 1112/3, Tr.15



Kyrie (Missa de la mapa mundi)

Performer: Members of His Majestie’s Clerkes, Paul Hillier (director)

HMU 907083, Tr.2

John Donne

Hymn to God, My God, in My Sickness, read by Hugh Bonneville


Arvo Pärt

Da pacem Domine arr. for string quartet [orig. for chorus]

Performer: Callino Quartet

Louth Contemporary Music Society LCMS 901, Tr.6



Tranquillo (Symphony No.8 ‘The Journey’)

Performer: Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam (conductor)

ONDINE ODE 978-2, Tr.6

Joy Harjo

A Map to the Next World, read by Barbara Flynn

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