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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: 2015年 3月 7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://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/66/

(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

01. Stuck On The Treadmill / Richard Thompson // Electric

02. I Love Rock’n’ Roll / Tete // #Homebrew52

03. Everybody Sometimes / Glenn Tilbrook // Happy Ending

04. Locket Full of Dreams / Todd Wolfe Band // Miles to Go

05. Island / Dave Sinclair feat. 浦千鶴子 // The Little Things

06. Marcie / Joni Mitchell // Through Yellow Curtains

07. Eastern Rain / Joni Mitchell // Through Yellow Curtains

08. The Circle Game / Joni Mitchell // Through Yellow Curtains

09. Come to the Sunshine / Joni Mitchell // Through Yellow Curtains

10. Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down / Emmylou Harris // Twenty Thousand Roads

11. Forty Days / Emmylou Harris // Twenty Thousand Roads

12. Country Boy / Emmylou Harris // Twenty Thousand Roads

13. Sin City / Emmylou Harris // Twenty Thousand Roads

14. Can’t Find My Way Home / Bonnie Raitt // Under The Falling Sky

15. Since I Fell For You / Bonnie Raitt // Under The Falling Sky

16. I Thought I Was A Child / Bonnie Raitt // Under The Falling Sky

17. Baby I Love You / Bonnie Raitt // Under The Falling Sky

18. Unbelievable / Bettye LaVette // Worthy

19. When I Was A Young Girl / Bettye LaVette // Worthy


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: 2015年 3月 7日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

渡辺亨

− 顔の音楽 パート2 −

「見知らぬ人」 (ゴンチチ

(2分47秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1829>

「アイ・キャント・ウェイト・アンティル・アイ・シー・マイ・ベイビーズ・フェイス」(ダスティ・スプリングフィールド

(2分39秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-6747>

「21世紀のスキッツォイド・マン」 (キング・クリムゾン

(7分24秒)

<WHDエンタテインメント IECP-10003>

「ザ・フェイス・アイ・ラヴ」 (マルコス・ヴァーリ

(1分58秒)

<POLYGRAM POCJ-2564>

「イーサン・ラム・プルーン

(アンカナーン・クンチャイ、ウボン・パタナー・バンド)

(3分27秒)

<EM REC. EM1126CD>

「スマイリング・フェイス」 (ホレス・アンデイ)

(3分54秒)

東芝EMI VICP-68182>

「あてどなく歩いて」 (ジェニフェル・ソウザ)

(4分17秒)

<CORE PORT CO.LTD RPOP-10006>

「太陽の顔」 (ロー・ボルジェス

(3分38秒)

<BOMBA REC. BOM22013>

「ラヴァー・カム・バック・トゥー・ミー」

(ラリー・アドラージャンゴ・ラインハルト

(2分33秒)

RHINO R2 78265>

「アイヴ・グロウン・アカスタムド・トゥー・ユア・フェイス」

マチルダ・サンティン)

(2分51秒)

<ARIOLA 203335>

「ザ・ファースト・タイム・アイ・ソー・ユア・フェイス(愛は面影の中に)」(ロバータ・フラック

(5分21秒)

RHINO WPCR-12327>

「“四つの時の顔”から 3.雨音のメヌエット

(ギター)藤元高輝

(2分22秒)

<FONTEC FOCD20062>

「ザ・バイパー」 (トミー・ゲレロ

(2分53秒)

<TOO GOOD DDCN-6001>

「ティン・ソルジャー」 (スモール・フェイセス)

(3分24秒)

<VICTOR VICP-70109>

「ザ・プレッジ・オブ・フレンドシップ

(藤本一馬、カルロス・アギーレ)

(8分38秒)

NRT NKCD-1004>

フールズ・ラッシュ・イン」 (フランキー・ライモン)

(3分20秒)

<WESTSIDE WESM603>

「笑顔が最高」 (ノエル・ホーザ)

(3分26秒)

OFFICE RICE SAMBINHA BSR-440>

「バスで見た女」 (ゴンチチ

(4分05秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1062>

「エヴリ・リヴィング・パート」 (アラン・ハンプトン)

(3分49秒)

<インパートメント RCIP-0219>

アディオス」 (ベンジャミン・クレメンタイン)

(4分15秒)

バークリー 4714492>


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

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00hh26l

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BBC Introducing: C Duncan

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/dec/19/new-band-of-the-week-c-duncan-no-36

Fri 6 Mar 2015

20:05

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0543lw4

Ricky Ross has Glasgow artist C Duncan in session as part of BBC Introducing.

Music Played

01. Rock & Roll Is Cold

Matthew E. White

02. American Honey

Lady Antebellum

03. Future People

Alabama Shakes

04. Lightning

Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley

05. Wild One

Awna Teixeira

06. It's Dawned On Me You're Gone

Dottie West

07. Actually

Rozi Plain

08. Time Changes Everything

Asleep at the Wheel

09. New San Antonio Rose

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

10. Prisoner

Ben Glover

11. Pray To Jesus

Brandy Clark

12. American Beauty

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors

13. Your cheatin' Heart

Patsy Cline

14. She's Got You

Rhiannon Giddens

15. Say

C Duncan

16. Castle Walls

C Duncan

17. The Lovin' Kind

Martha L.Healey

18. The Loving Kind

Nanci Griffith

19. Architect

C Duncan

20. This Guy's In Love With You

C Duncan

21. Family

Teddy Thompson

22. No Shade In The shadow Of The Cross

Sufjan Stevens


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

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

Sat 7 Mar 2015

17:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051ztj3

Clarinettist Monty Sunshine topped the charts with his version of Sidney Bechet's "Petite Fleur" but in today's programme, we hear another of his celebrated solo recordings. Also in Alyn Shipton's selection of music requested by listeners is music from "My Fair Lady" reinterpreted by Andre Previn. The programme also celebrates pianist Dick Hyman's 88th birthday, and looks forward to International Women's Day with music from female jazz musicians including Maria Schneider, Kathy Stobart and Norma Winstone.

Music Played

01. Walking Batteriewoman

Carla Bley Band

Performer: Carla Bley, Anthony Arnold Dagradi, Carlos Ward, Joe Daley, Earl MacIntyre, Michael Mantler, Steve Swallow, Gary Valente

Rarum: Selected Recordings

ECM, Tr.8

02. Let Every Day Be Mother's Day

Dick Hyman

Gulf Coast Blues

Stomp Off, Tr.4

03. Lonesome

Chris Barber

Performer: Dick Smith, Monty Sunshine, Graham Burbidge, Chris Barber, Eddie Smith

1959 - 60

Lake, Tr.2

04. Get Me To The Church On Time

Shelly Manne

Performer: Leroy Vinnegar, André Previn, Shelly Manne

My Fair Lady

CONTEMPORARY, Tr.1

05. 'Round Midnight

Miles Davis

Performer: Paul Chambers, Miles Davis, Red Garland, John Coltrane, Philly Joe Jones

Miles Davis John Coltrane Complete Columbia Recordings

Columbia, Tr.9

06. Maple Leaf Rag

Alex Welsh

Performer: Fred Hunt, John Barnes, Alex Welsh, Lennie Hastings, Jim Douglas, Roy Williams, Harvey Weston

Classic Concert: Britain's Jazz Heritage

Black Lion, Tr.6

07. A Hundred Years From Today

Jack Teagarden

Performer: Denzil Best, Sidney Gross, Ruby Braff, Sol Yaged, Kenny Kersey, Jack Teagarden, Milt Hinton, Lucky Thompson

T for Trombone

SAGA, Tr.2

08. Everybody's Talking

Norma Winstone

Performer: Glauco Venier, Norma Winstone, Klaus Gesing

Dance Without Answer

ECM, Tr.13

09. Let Me Off Uptown

Anita O'Day

Performer: Gene Harris, Roy Eldridge, Andy Simpkins, Bill Dowdy, Anita O'Day

Anita O’Day and the Three Sounds

Essential Jazz Classics, Tr.2

Evanescence

Evanescence

10. My Lament

Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra

Performer: Jay Anderson, Scott Robinson, Ben Monder, Rich Perry, Larry Farrell, Mark Vinci, Laurie Frink, Tony Kadleck, Tim Hagans, Dennis Mackrel, Rick Margitza, Kenny Werner, George Flynn, Keith O'Quinn, Tim Ries, Greg Gisbert, John Fedchock

Evanescence

Enja

http://www.mariaschneider.com/albuminfo.aspx?ID=2

11. Bear Hops

Katie Williams

Performer: Gareth Lochrane, Steve Fishwick, Tom White, Katie Williams, Oli Hayhurst, Alex Garnett, Matt Fishwick

Atlas and Vulcana

KW Jazz, Tr.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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Carmen McRae

Sun 8 Mar 2015

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051zvvd

Tough, tender, sassy, sardonic, Carmen McRae (1920-94) made every song she sang her own. Influenced by her friend Billie Holiday, her poise and musicality made her a musicians' favourite. Geoffrey Smith surveys a rare vocal artist.

Music Played

01. Yardbird Suite

Carmen McRae

Performer: Mundell Lowe, Kenny Clarke, Carmen McRae, Mat Mathews, Wendell Marshall, Herbie Mann

BY SPECIAL REQUEST

BRUNSWICK, Tr.6

02. I'm Thru With Love

Carmen McRae

Performer: Ray Bryant, Carmen McRae, Ike Isaacs, Specs Wright

After Glow

Decca, Tr.5

03. Exactly Like You

Carmen McRae

Performer: Ray Bryant, Carmen McRae, Ike Isaacs, Specs Wright

After Glow

Decca, Tr.8

04. Dream of Life

Carmen McRae

Performer: Ray Bryant, Carmen McRae, Ike Isaacs, Specs Wright

After Glow

Decca, Tr.11

05. Baltimore Oriole

Carmen McRae

Performer: Carmen McRae, Ben Webster

BIRDS OF A FEATHER

VERVE, Tr.8

06. Love Is A Simple Thing

Carmen McRae

Performer: Carmen McRae, Ernie Wilkins

Something To Swing About

Kapp, Tr.7

07. Them There Eyes

Carmen McRae

Performer: Bob Cranshaw, Mundell Lowe, Carmen McRae, Lockjaw Davis, Norman Simmons, Walter Perkins

CARMEN MCRAE SINGS LOVER MAN AND OTHER BILLIE HOLIDAY CLASSICS

Essential Jazz Classics, Tr.1

08. Trav'lin' Light

Carmen McRae

Performer: Mundell Lowe, Carmen McRae, Lockjaw Davis

Sings Lover Man and Other Billie Holiday Classics

Essential Jazz Classics, Tr.9

09. Guess Who I Saw Today

Carmen McRae

Performer: Carmen McRae, Ed Bennett, Joey Baron, Marshall Otwell, p.

Carmen McRae at Ratso's

Hitchcock Media Records, Tr.12

10. Just You, Just Me

Carmen McRae

Performer: Carmen McRae, John Leftwich, Donald Bailey, John Colllins, Marshall Otwell

You're Lookin' At Me

CONCORD JAZZ, Tr.10

11. Stolen Moments (You Belong To Her)

Carmen McRae & Betty Carter

Performer: Winard Harper, Carmen McRae, Eric Gunnison, Jim Hughart

Our Favourite Things: 16 Classic Female Vocal Performances

Spectrum, Tr.2

12. Reflections (Looking Back)

Carmen McRae

Performer: Carmen McRae

CARMEN SINGS MONK

BLUEBIRD, Tr.10


Private Passions

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

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

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Anna Meredith

Sun 8 Mar 2015

13:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051zvvn

For International Women's Day Private Passions features Anna Meredith - one of Britain's leading composers coming up from the younger generation. She is hard to label as she composes and performs both acoustic and electronic music, and her work has been performed everywhere from the Last Night of the Proms to flashmob events in the M6 services. She studied at York University and the Royal College of Music, and alongside numerous awards, she's been Composer in Residence with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and a judge for BBC Young Musician of the Year. She was recently commissioned as part of the BBC Ten Pieces initiative to write a piece which will be played to primary school children across the country, to introduce them to classical music.

In Private Passions she talks to Michael Berkeley about the music which inspires her, and explains why composers now still have a lot to learn from 16th century madrigals. She celebrates Sibelius and his extraordinary 5th symphony, and Holst's music for wind band, unfashionable though it may be. She introduces work by a new generation of composers too: Emily Hall, Richard Ayres and Owen Pallett. And she reveals why she goes into schools to inspire teenage girls by playing Bjork, and reflects on what it means to be a woman composer now:

My music tends to be quite bombastic, and I've heard people say "It doesn't sound very female", or "What's a nice girl like you doing music like that?" When I'm doing electronic music I do all the computer stuff myself and sometimes there's an assumption that there must be a guy somewhere behind the scenes working all the software magic...

A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Produced by Elizabeth Burke

Music Played

00:05

Anna Meredith

Connect it

Performer: Drum Works

00:08

John Wilbye

Draw on sweet night

Conductor: Peter Phillips

Choir: The Tallis Scholars

00:18

Gustav Holst

Suite No.2 in F (1st mvt: March)

Performer: The Central Band of The Royal Air Force

Conductor: Eric Banks

00:25

Emily Hall

Sonnet (to words by Toby Litt)

Orchestra: London Sinfonietta

Singer: Olivia Chaney

00:31

Björk

Unison

00:39

Jean Sibelius

Symphony No.5 (3rd mvt: Allegro molto)

Conductor: Jukka-Pekka Saraste

Orchestra: Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

00:52

Richard Ayres

In the Alps (Scene 4: The Bobli Dance)

Conductor: Barbara Hannigan

Ensemble: Nederlands Blazers Ensemble

00:57

Owen Pallett

I am not afraid


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

Seven Ages of Women

Sun 8 Mar 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051zxlf

To mark International Woman's Day a special edition exploring the lives of women from birth to death in poetry, prose and music. The readers are Fiona Shaw and Ellie Kendrick. With words by Sylvia Plath, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Carol Ann Duffy, Kate Chopin, Muriel Spark, Kathleen Jamie, Emily Dickinson and Mrs Gaskell and music by Sofia Gubaidulina, Sally Beamish, Joan Baez, Judith Weir, Elizabeth Maconchy and Clara Schumann.

Producer Note

This week’s programme is a special edition to celebrate International Women’s Day. The theme is ‘Seven Ages of Woman’, a take on Jacques’ description of the life of a man in ‘As You Like It’. You’ll hear poems and prose portraying the life of a woman as child, mother, worker, artist, wife and friend. And with music all composed by women.

The programme begins with Amy Beach’s ‘Fireflies’. Born in 1867 Beach was the first female composer to achieve wide recognition in the United States, a child prodigy who began giving public recitals at the age of seven.

Like Amy Beach the poet Elizabeth Browning showed talent at a very early age. Educated at home she was reading Milton and Shakespeare by the age of ten and, by 12, had written her first ‘epicpoem. Here you’ll hear ‘Sonnet 14’ in which she expresses her views of what constitutes genuine love and her expectation of her husband to be, Robert Browning.

The great singer-songwriter Joan Baez’s ‘Diamonds and Rust’ also describes a relationship between two writers – Baez herself and her lover Bob Dylan.

Kate Chopin’s novel, ‘The Awakening’, published in 1899, was a landmark of early feminism, telling the story of a woman’s awakening to sexual passion and the difficulties she faces reconciling her role as wife and mother to her new desires. Published 20 years after Ibsen’s ‘The Doll’s House’ it shares many of the same themes. One reviewer wrote: "We are well-satisfied when Mrs. Pontellier deliberately swims out to her death in the waters of the gulf." After the censoring of the book which followed its publication Chopin never wrote another novel. The reading is heard alongside Sofia Gubaidulina’s early ‘Piano Quintet’. In mid-twentieth century Russia Gubaidulina faced very different problems. As a composer whose work expressed her religious convictions she found herself in opposition to the Soviet authors and was denounced, along with six other composers for writing ‘noisy mud instead of real musical innovation’. Gubaidulina’s response was to say that being blacklisted gave her the artistic freedom to write what she wanted without compromise.

A passage from Mrs Gaskell’s Cranford shows the capacity of women to form a community through friendship and is heard with Louise Farrenc’s exuberant Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano in E Minor.

‘Demeter’ by the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy tells the myth of Demeter and her lost daughter Persephone, a beautifully moving exploration of loss, reconciliation and a mother’s love. Judith Weir’s ‘The Song of the girl ravished away by the fairies in South Uist’ is a setting of a Scottish Gaelic folk song in which a child cries out to be reunited with her mother.

Woman’s work is heard in Chen Yi’s ‘Making the hand-pulled noodles’ from her ‘At the Kansas City Chinese New Year Concert’ and Kathleen Jamie’s ‘Flower Sellers, Budapest’.

Responses to war come in the American poet Sara Teasdale’s ‘There will come soft rains’, a work about the senseless destruction caused by war and the fascism espoused by Muriel Spark’s character Miss Jean Brodie. The Japanese composer Karen Tanaka’s ‘At the Grave of Beethoven’ is in part a response to her shock on hearing the news of the civil war in Kosovo which was being reported in 1999 as she wrote her String Quartet.

‘Seven Ages of Woman’ ends with Elizabeth Maconchy’s Finale from her ‘Music for Strings’, which she has called ‘an extrovert happy-go-lucky movement’ and Fiona Shaw and Ellie Kendrick reading Edna St Vincent’s First Fig, her glorious four line poem extolling the virtue of women living their lives to the full.

Producer: Fiona McLean

Music Played

00:00

Amy Beach

Sketches - Fireflies

Performer: Kirsten Johnson

GUILD GMCD7317, Tr.4

Sylvia Plath

Morning Song read by Fiona Shaw

00:03

Teresa Carreño

Le Sommeil de l’enfant

Performer: Clara Rodriguez

NIMBUS NI6103, Tr.12

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Sonnet 14 read by Ellie Kendrick

00:07

Joan Baez

Diamonds and Rust

Performer: Joan Baez

A&M CDA3234, Tr.1

00:12

Sally Beamish

The River –- March Watercolour

Performer: Swedish Chamber Orchestra

Performer: Robert Cohen

BIS CD971, Tr.2

Kate Chopin

from The Awakening read by Ellie Kendrick

00:16

Sofia Asgatovna Gubaidulina

Quintet for Piano, Two Violins, Viola and Violoncello

Performer: Rieko Aizawa, Kai Vogler, Mira Wang, Ulrich Eichenauer, Peter Bruns

BIS CD898, Tr.4

Emily Dickinson

I’'m Wife read by Fiona Shaw

00:23

Carole King

Like a Natural Woman

EPIC CD32110, Tr.12

Mary Gaskell

from Cranford read by Fiona Shaw

00:27

Louise Farrenc

Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano

Performer: Ambache Chamber Ensemble

CARLTON 3036600302, Tr.9

Carol Ann Duffy

Anon read by Ellie Kendrick

00:33

Cécile Louise Chaminade

Chanson Bretonne

Performer: Kimberly Schmidt

KOCH 372402, Tr.9

Carol Ann Duffy

Demeter read by Fiona Shaw

00:37

Judith Weir

Songs from the Exotic – The song of the girl ravished away by the fairies in South Uist

Performer: Susan Bickley, Ailish Tynan, Iain Burnside

SIGNUM SIGCD087, Tr.6

00:39

Lydia Kakabadse

Russian Tableaux – Mother Volga

Performer: Ensemble, George Vass, conductor

NAXOS 8572524, Tr.4

Kathleen Jamie

Flower Sellers, Budapest read by Fiona Shaw

00:45

Chen Yi

Making the Hand-pulled Noodles

Performer: The Ying Quartet

QUARTZ QTZ2055, Tr.10

Sara Teasdale

There will come soft rains read by Ellie Kendrick

00:50

Jennifer Higdon

Southern Harmony – Soft Summers

Performer: Ying Quartet

QUARTZ QTZ2055, Tr.12

Muriel Spark

from The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie read by Fiona Shaw

00:55

Karen Tanaka

At the Grave of Beethoven – First Movement

Performer: Brodsky Quartet

CHALLENGE CC72009, Tr.5

Elizabeth Bishop

One Art read by Fiona Shaw

01:01

Tineke Postma

Before Snow

Performer: Tineke Postma, Marc van Roon, Frans van der Hoeven

CHALLENGE CR73313, Tr.3

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dawn-Light-Tineke-Postma/dp/B004NIYH8G/

Mary Oliver

When Death Comes read by Ellie Kendrick

01:06

Grazyna Bacewicz

Partita - Toccata

Performer: Joanna Kurkowicz,(violin), Gloria Chien,(piano)

CHANDOS CHAN10250, Tr.13

Edna St Vincent Millay

First Fig read by Fiona Shaw and Ellie Kendrick

01:10

Elizabeth Maconchy

Music for Strings - Finale

Performer: London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Barry Unsworth

LYRITA SRCD288, Tr.13

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