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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 7月 4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. Kansas City / Hey Hey Hey Hey / The Beatles // Beatles For Sale

02. Oh, Atlanta / Little Feat // Feats Don’t Fail Me Now

03. Terminal Of Tribute To / Mark Knopfler // Tracker

04. Lights Of Taormina / Mark Knopfler // Tracker

05. Feeling Good / Nina Simone // I Put A Spell On You

06. Feelin Good / John Coltrane // The Classic Quartet - The Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings

07. Feelin’ Good / Little Junior’s Blue Flames // Sun Blues

08. Fool For A Cigarette/Feelin’ Good / Ry Cooder // Down At The Field - The 1974 Broadcast

09. European Echoes / The Ornette Coleman Trio // At The “Golden Circle” Stockholm

10. Turnaround / Ornette Coleman // Tomorrow Is The Question

11. Singing In The Shower / Ornette Coleman And Prime Time with Jerry Garcia // Virgin Beauty

12. These Are The Days / Van Morrison // Avalon Sunset

13. とんぼつり / 藤島晃一 // ベスト・通り過ぎれば風の詩

14. Occasional Rain / Terry Callier // About Time - The Terry Callier Story 1965-1982


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 7月 4日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− トラとライオンの音楽 −

楽曲

「動物達集まる-ヒロ-」

ゴンチチ

(2分40秒)

ポニーキャニオン PCCA-01960>

「タイガー・ラグ」

チェット・アトキンス

(1分52秒)

RCA REC. LPM-1577>

「ビリー・イン・ザ・ライオンズ・デン」

ビル・ジェニングス-レオ・パーカー・クインテット

(2分56秒)

SWING TIME REC. ST1025>

「ザ・ライオン・アンド・ザ・ウルフ」

リー・モーガン

(9分37秒)

EMIミュージックジャパン TOCJ-7132>

歌劇“アドメート”から 虎は怒りに燃え」

カウンターテナールネ・ヤーコプス

(演奏)コンチェルト・バロッコ

(指揮)アラン・クリュティス

(4分53秒)

東芝EMI TOCE-8693>

「タイガー・イン・ザ・レイン」

マイケル・フランクス

(4分17秒)

<WARNER MUSIC JAPAN WPCR-14431>

「アー・ユー・ロンサム・トゥナイト?」

エルビス・プレスリー

(2分52秒)

<FOLLOW THAT DREAM REC. 8287670306-2>

「万才 小原節」

砂川捨丸、高橋ライオン

(3分17秒)

日本コロムビア COCJ-38250>

「アグリー・ウーマン」

ザ・ライオン

(3分05秒)

<UNIVERSAL VICTOR MVCE-24077>

「パピー・ラヴ」

タイガー

(3分38秒)

日本クラウン CRCL-1011>

「アズマティック・ライオン」

フェルミン・ムグルサ

(3分18秒)

<ビーンズレコード BNSCD8860>

「良く吠えた、ライオンよ!」

クラウス・シュルツ

(5分24秒)

<REVISITED REC. REV110>

「シラキューズ」

ビレリ・ラグレーン&シルヴァン・リュック

(4分20秒)

<DREYFUS JAZZ FDM36604-2>

「なぜ虎について行くかって?」

(朗読)石坂浩二

(2分22秒)

東芝音楽工業株式会社 BP8898>

「ムブベ」

ソロモン・リンダズ・オリジナル・イヴニング・バーズ

(2分43秒)

ACE CDCHD1250>

アイム・ア・タイガー」

ルル

(2分45秒)

<COLUMBIA DB8500>

「ハンシン・タイガース

シム・レッドモンド・バンド

(3分50秒)

<YELLOW BUS/I TOWN REC. LBCY-416>

ラビン・ザ・ジニー」

ジーン・クイル・クインテット

(4分58秒)

<FRESH SOUND REC. FSR-CD667>

「レオのうた」

弘田三枝子

(1分39秒)

コロムビアレコード COCP31466>

ジャングル・フラワー」

ゴンチチ

(3分23秒)

ポニーキャニオン PCCA01792>

「サヨナラ」

ラタ・マンゲシュカール

(3分10秒)

<CALTEX REC. MSM4009>

「愛列車」

バンビーノ

(4分04秒)

<BAMBIPHONE REC. BFRB-12>


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

Tue 30 Jun 2015

21:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b060bdyy

Ricky Ross introduces new and classic Americana and alternative country, plus he plays the Country Connections of Old Crow Medicine Show.

Music Played

01. Up Above My Head

Rhiannon Giddens

Tomorrow Is My Turn

Nonesuch, Tr.5

02. Wagon Wheel

Darius Rucker

True Believers

Capitol, Tr.3

03. The Midnight Special

Willie Watson, Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings

Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of 'Inside Llewyn Davis

04. Take This Body

Gill Landry & Laura Marling

Gill Landry

ATO, Tr.5

05. Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer

Old Crow Medicine Show

Remedy

ATO Records, Tr.1

06. Motherless Children

Diana Jones

High Atmosphere

Proper Records, Tr.12

07. Nashville Blues

Doc Watson

Doc Watson

Vanguard Records, Tr.1

08. Mr. Rodriguez

Rayland Baxter

Imaginary Man

ATO, Tr.1

09. Shanghai Cigarettes

Caitlin Rose

Own Side Now

Names Records Ltd, Tr.4

10. All The Way Under The Hill

Daniel Romano

If I've Only One Time Askin'

New West Records, Tr.4

11. Foolin'

Andrew Combs

All These Dreams

Coin, Tr.3

12. 'Bout To FInd Out

Margo & The Pricetags

13. At Mail Call Today

Gene Autry

Playlist: The Very Best of Gene Autry

Columbia/ Legacy, Tr.10

14. Jimmy Choos

Rickie Lee Jones

The Other Side of Desire

The Other Side of Desire Music, Tr.1

15. 24 Frames

Jason Isbell

Something More Than Free

Southeastern Records, Tr.2

16. Scarecrow

Christopher Paul Stelling

Labor Against Waste

Anti, Tr.3

17. In The Morning

Good Lovelies

Burn The Plan

Six Shooter Records, Tr.1

18. Arkansas Traveler

Eck Robertson & Henry Gilliland

Sally Gooden

Victor

19. I Want To See The Light (Lost From Our Eyes)

Sarah MacDougall

Grand Canyon

Rabbit Heart Music, Tr.1

20. Harvest Moon

Neil Young

Harvest Moon

Reprise

21. Islands

Ralegh Long

Hoverance

Gare Du Nord Records, Tr.1

22. Bombshell

Jenn Grant

Compostela

Jenn Grant Music, Tr.1

23. Is The Flame Burning Low?

Cale Tyson

Introducing Cale Tyson

Clubhouse Records, Tr.2

24. Who Do You Think You Are?

Sam Outlaw

Angeleno

Six Shooter Records, Tr.11


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 4 Jul 2015

17:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b060zj1b

Alyn Shipton's selection of listener's suggestions includes music by pianist Horace Tapscott from his album Thoughts of Dar-es-Salaam, and the greatly under-appreciated vocal talent of Lee Wiley.

Music Played

01. Siena Red

Performer: Spike Wells, Andrew Cleyndert, John Critchenson, Simon Spillett

Siena Red

Woodville Records, Tr.9

02. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen/ Diga Diga Do

The Hot Sardines

Performer: Sam Raderman, Miz Elizabeth, "Fast Eddy" Francisco, Jason Prover, Evan "Sugar" Crane, Nicki Myers, Evan Palazzo, Joe McDonough, Alex Raderman

Hot Sardines

Decca, Tr.1

03. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

The Modern Jazz Quartet

Performer: Milt Jackson, Percy Heath, Connie Kay, John Lewis

Les Tresors Du Jazz 1955

La Chant Du Monde, Tr.14

04. The Brotherhood of Man

Gary Mcfarland

Performer: Willie Dennis, George Duvivier, Bernie Glow, Herb Pomeroy, Clark Terry, Sol Schlinger, Jim Hall, Oliver Nelson, Billy Byers, Bob Brookmeyer, Hank Jones, Doc Severinsen, Phil Woods, Gary Mcfarland, Mel Lewis, Al Cohn

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

VERVE, Tr.6

05. Deed I Do

Lee Wiley

Performer: Henry “Red” Allen, Ben Long, Ernie Sturgeon, Howie Anderson, Jack Honeywill, Dom Anghelone, Bill Green

Manhattan Moods (Outstanding Live Recordings)

Jazz Factory, Tr.20

06. Twitchy

René Hall

Performer: Willie Joe, Jewell Grant, Earl Palmer, René Hall, Plas Johnson, Ted Brinson

THE SPECIALITY STORY

SPECIALTY, Tr.8

07. Now's The Time

Horace Tapscott

Performer: Ray Drummond, Horace Tapscott, Billy Hart

Thoughts of Dar es Salaam

Arabesque, Tr.5

08. Lady Bird

Barney Wilen

Performer: Paul Revere, Barney Wilen, Daniel Humair, Duke Jordan, Kenny Dorham

Barney

RCA, Tr.4

09. Will You Be There/ 99% Won't Do

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

Performer: Britt Woodman, Pete Clark, Ziggy Harrell, Harold Ashby, Booty Wood, Duke Ellington, Rudy Powell, Bill Berry, Joe Benjamin, Russell Procope, John Sanders, Bob Freedman, Not Woodard, Louie Bellson, Ray Nance, Jimmy Jones, Billy Strayhorn

My People-Original Cast Album

Storyville, Tr.3

10. Young Woman's Blues

Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band

Performer: Humphrey Lyttelton, George Hopkinson, Mickey Ashman, Neva Raphaello, Freddie Legon, Johnny Parker

Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band and the Paseo Band 1953-6

Upbeat, Tr.6


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

Independence Day

Sun 5 Jul 2015

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b060zjbl

As America celebrates Independence Day on the 4th of July, Geoffrey Smith joins the transatlantic festivities with whoops and hollers from Sonny Terry, Wynton Marsalis, Carla Bley and Jazz at the Philharmonic.

Music Played

01. Star Spangled Banner

Duke Ellington

Performer: Britt Woodman, William "Cat" Anderson, Quentin Jackson, Duke Ellington, Sam Woodyard, Russell Procope, John Sanders, Willie Cook, Al Lucas, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges

Ellington At Newport 1956

Columbia/ Legacy, Tr.1

02. I Love A Parade

Jackie Williams

Performer: Phil Bodner, Marty Grosz, Keith Ingham, Phil Flanigan, Jackie Williams, Maxine Sullivan

The Great Songs From The Cotton Club

Stash, Tr.1

03. Hootin' Blues

Sonny Terry

Hootin' Blues/ Bop! Goes The Weasel

Parlophone, Tr.1

04. I've Told Every Little Star

Sonny Rollins

Performer: Barney Kessel, Hampton Hawes, Leroy Vinnegar, Shelly Manne, Sonny Rollins

The Contemporary Leader

Proper Box, Tr.7

05. Fourth of July

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Performer: Dave Brubeck, Jack Six, Bobby Militello, Randy Jones

So What's New

TELARC, Tr.2

06. Jubilee

Louis Armstrong

Performer: Henry “Red” Allen, Pete Clark, Louis Bacon, Shelton Hemphill, Wilbur de Paris, Charlie Holmes, J.C. Higginbotham, George Washington, Lee Blair, Chappie Willett, Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell, Bingie Madison, Paul Barbarin, George "Pops" Foster, Albert Nicholas

LOUIS ARMSTRONG-THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION

VERVE, Tr.17

07. Local Announcements

Wynton Marsalis Septet

Performer: Wycliffe Gordon, Herlin Riley, Walter Goines, Ben Wolfe, Eric Reed, Wes Anderson

Live At The Village Vanguard

COLUMBIA, Tr.3

08. The Lord Is Listenin' To Ya, Hallelujah!

Carla Bley

Performer: Vincent Chancey, Anthony Arnold Dagradi, D. Sharpe, Michael Mantler, Arturo O'Farrill, Steve Slagle, Steve Swallow, Earl McIntyre, Gary Valente, Carla Bley

Carla Bley Live!

Watt, Tr.2

09. Battle Royal

Duke Elllington & Count Basie

Performer: Charlie Fowlkes, William "Cat" Anderson, Jimmy Hamilton, Sam Woodyard, Paul Gonsalves, Sonny Payne, Frank Wess, Duke Elllington, Count Basie, Harry Carney, Lawrence Brown, Ray Nance, Johnny Hodges

COUNT MEETS DUKE

COLUMBIA, Tr.1

10. Blues

Jazz at the Philharmonic All-Stars

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

Le Chant de Monde, Tr.10


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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Conversations

Sun 5 Jul 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b060zkjj

Catherine Harvey and Jamie Parker muse on Conversations from the early Socratic dialogues to Larkin's 'Talking in Bed', and Debrett's to Theodore Zeldin. There are also conversation pieces between modern and original poems, as C. Day Lewis replies poetically to Christopher Marlowe's 'The Passionate Shepherd to his Love'. Music includes Messiaen's Antienne de la conversation intérieure and Telemann's chatty Divertimento in E flat major, TWV.50:21.

Producer Note

‘It’s good to talk’ has become a universally recognized slogan of positive thinking. Conversation is our key to reaching out to others, to exchanging ideas and establishing relationships, and ultimately, through agreement and disagreement, to building culturally-defined societies. The way in which we think and function within our societies today has come about largely through a conversational history of what we understand defines us.

Conversation can change the way we each live and this programme muses over how and why we talk to each other. It also asks how and why we should talk to each other. The need to talk is captured at the very beginning of the programme in the unknown words, ‘I just had to start a conversation’, and there is a guide to the art of conversation given in Debrett’s. Talking is a spontaneous communication between two or more people and there are poems in this programme that capture the importance of conversation in many aspects of life. The blithe conversation of youthful girls dreaming of their lovers in Boccaccio’s Of three Girls and of Their Talk, the gloomy gossip of women drinking sweetened tea in Matthew Green’s Sometimes I dress, with women sit, Tom Gunn’s Conversation of Old Men, a group of soldiers conversing about a better tomorrow in Robert Graves’ Over the Brazier, the neighbourly chat between George and Eddy about ‘the boy’ in E. E. Cummings ‘logeorge’, and the pillow talk of Philip Larkin’s lovers in his poem Talking in Bed.

The centre of the programme is the exposition of Ion, one of Plato’s Early Socratic Dialogues. This recorded conversation between Socrates and Ion, on the necessity of rhapsodes, is a crucial text in the literary history of conversations and dialogues. These texts present philosophical ideas in the form of conversation and have influenced subsequent writers across Europe, from Galileo in 17th century Italy to Berkeley in 18th century England. Whilst the oldest known dialogues are the Sicilian mimes, written in rhythmic prose by Sophron of Syracuse around the early 5th century BC, Plato has bequeathed to literature the first philosophic dialogues that expound the main tenets of Platonic philosophy.

This programme also contains philosophical poems that allude to nature. Mary Elizabeth Coleridge’s poem Winged Words likens our ‘winged words’ darting playfully over the depths of silence to swallows darting across a pool, and Giosuè Carducci tackles death in his Conversation with Trees. The contemporary Welsh poet, Mihangel Morgan, eavesdrops on the many languages spoken by furniture, from talking chair to mirror, Dylan Thomas portrays a father and child looking over the dying mother in his introspective poem, The Conversation with Prayers.

Much of the music I have chosen to complement these texts is related either directly or tenuously to conversation. If conversation is defined as a spontaneous communication of ideas between two or more people, then musically, the most obvious parallel to me is the duet, throwing into focus the exchange of ideas between two paired instruments. There are duets throughout the programme, beginning with Berio’s fleeting étude Piero for two violins and including a transcription of one of Nancarrow’s canonic studies for piano duet, Andreas Scholl singing in duet with himself in Wolkenstein’s beguiling morning dialogue Nu rue mit sorgen, Stravinsky’s brief Lied ohne Name for two bassoons that accompanies Matthew Green’s Sometimes I dress, with women sit, and the Labèque sisters playing the whistful final movement of Schubert’s Fantasy in F minor for piano duet underneath Boccaccio’s portrait of the three girls talking by a well of their lovers followed by one of the most beautiful love duets in opera, Pur ti miro from Monteverdi’s L'incoronazione di Poppea.

I have also included some pieces that relate directly to conversations. Telemann’s Divertimento in E flat major, TWV.50:21 makes specific references to the events in a princely day’s hunting, which includes a gavotte movement entitled ‘Conversation à la table’, a courtly discourse between two flutes, two horns and strings. This courtly movement follows neatly from Debrett’s guide to good conversation. Robert de Visée’s Courante for theorbo is a musical example of seventeenth-century ‘conversation’, which comes from the literary example of ‘artes discendi’, or the art of declamation, as in the writings of Théophile de Viau. The aim of both arts – ‘conversation’ in music and ‘artes discendi’ in literature - was to master rhetorical techniques in such a way as to enliven discourse and move the listener. The theorbo became the symbolic instrument of musical ‘conversation’ in late 17th century France.

Back to our own century, the Hungarian composer, Péter Eötvös, has placed short extracts of dialogue over a frenzied accompaniment of double-bell trumpet and ensemble in his piece, Snatches of a Conversation. I have also created an unlikely musical conversation between Messiaen and David Sylvian as Messiaen’s Antienne de la Conversation Intérieure, an antiphon of the international dialogue with the God within us, emerges seamlessly from the synthensized sound-world of David Sylvian’s Conversation ending in Divorce. Additionally, there is also music in the pogramme that simply sounds chatty like Rachmaninov’s Scherzo and Ligeti’s Étude Polyphonique.

I came across a lovely poetry book in making this programme called Conversation Pieces. It is a collection of poems that talk to other poems. I have included four of these wonderful poems in my programme. Christopher Marlowe’s famous poem The Passionate Shepherd to his Love has influenced a number of re-readings like Raleigh’s The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd and Ogden Nash’s Love under the Republicans (or Democrat), thus creating an inter-poetic conversation with the original Marlowe. I have chosen C. Day Lewis’s Song, which takes the romantic shine off Marlowe’s original. Similarly, Mark Jarman’s poem, Unholy Sonnet, is a reinterpretation of John Donne’s Holy Sonnet XIV. At the point in the programme when C. Day Lewis’s poem converses with Marlowe, there is a parallel musical conversation around Bach. First comes the glorious slow movement of Bach’s Double Concerto, itself a dialogue between two violins, and then comes Knut Nystedt’s reinterpretation of Bach’s chorale, Komm, süsser Tod, ‘come sweet death’, words which reflect so well the sentiments of C Day Lewis’s invitation to a life of strife and poverty.

Elizabeth Arno (producer)

Music Played

00:00

BERIO

PIERO (Farulli) from DUETTI for 2 violins, Vol.1 No.18

Performer: Carlo Chiarappa & Stefano Montanari (violins)

DENON CO 75448, Tr.18

UNKNOWN, translated by BURTON WATSON

I just had to start a conversation, read by Catherine Harvey

D. H. LAWRENCE

Talk, read by Jamie Parker

00:01

Claude Debussy

Preludes Book 1 No 3 Le Vent dands la plaine

Performer: Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)

CHAN 10421, Tr.3

DEBRETT’S

Conversation (extract), read by Catherine Harvey

00:04

Georg Philipp Telemann

La Conversation à la table. Gavotte, from Divertimento in E flat major, TWV.50:21

Performer: Collegium Musicum 90, Simon Standage (director)

CHAN 0787, Tr.29

LEONARD BACON

Afternoon Tea, read by Jamie Parker

00:06

Sergey Vasilievich Rachmaninov

Scherzo for orchestra in D minor [1887]

Performer: Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Holland, Edo de Waart (conductor)

EXTON OVCL-00156, Tr.3

E. E. CUMMINGS

logeorge, read by Jamie Parker

00:11

NANCARROW

Study # 19 (canon 12:15:20), from Studies for player piano, transcribed for piano duo

Performer: Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo (Helena Bugallo & Amy Williams)

WERGO 6670 2, Tr.10

MARY ELIZABETH COLERIDGE

Winged Words, read by Catherine Harvey

00:13

Igor Stravinsky

Lied ohne Name for two bassoons

Performer: Matthias Bühlmann & Johannes Jöhri (basssoons)

ARTE NOVA 74321 92650 2, Tr.11

MATTHEW GREEN

Sometimes I dress, with women sit, read by Jamie Parker

TOM GUNN

The Conversation of Old Men, read by Catherine Harvey

00:14

WOLKENSTEIN

Nu rue mit sorgen

Performer: Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Shield of Harmony Ensemble, Crawford Young (director)

HARMONIA MUNDI HMC902051, Tr.15

CARDUCCI, translated by EDWARD HENRY, Bishop of Exeter Bickersteth

Conversation with Trees, read by Catherine Harvey

ELIZABETH BISHOP

Conversation Poem, read by Jamie Parker

00:20

György Ligeti

Polyphonic Étude

Performer: Frederik Ullén (piano)

BIS CD 983 DIGITAL, Tr.16

THEODORE ZELDIN

How Talk Can Change Our Lives (extract, from Conversation, read by Catherine Harvey

00:23

Johann Sebastian Bach

Largo ma non tanto, from Concerto for two Violins in D minor, BWV.1043

Performer: Nigel Kennedy & Daniel Stabrawa (violins), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

EMI 5570912, Tr.11

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE

The Passionate Shepherd to his Love, read by Jamie Parker

C. DAY LEWIS

Song, read by Catherine Harvey

00:31

Knut Nystedt

Immortal Bach

Performer: Berlin Radio Chorus, Simon Halsey (director)

HARMONIA MUNDI HMC 801873, Tr.7

00:36

EÖTVÖS

Snatches of a Conversation (2001) (extract)

Performer: Marco Blaauw (double-bell trumpet), Omar Ebrahim (speaker), musikFabrik I Ensemble für Neue Musik, Péter Eötvös (conductor)

BMC CD 097, Tr.1

MIHANGEL MORGAN, translated from Welsh by MARTIN DAVIS

I’ve got a talking chair, read by Catherine Harvey

PLATO, edited by TREVOR J. SAUNDERS

Ion, extract from Early Socratic Dialogues, read by Catherine Harvey & Jamie Parker

00:44

Robert de Visée

Courante

Performer: Vincent Dumstre (theorbo)

ALPHA 003, Tr.4

GRAVES

Over the Brazier, read by Jamie Parker

00:48

David Sylvian

Conversation Ending in Divorce

Performer: David Sylvian (guitars, synthesisers, keyboard programming), John Taylor (piano), Stuart Bruce (computer programming)

VIRGIN VSCD1221, Tr.2

00:51

Olivier Messiaen

Antienne de la Conversation Intérieure

Performer: Yvonne Loriod (piano), Jeanne Loriod (onde Martenot), Maîtrise et orchestra de chamber de la R. T. F, Marcel Couraud (director)

ERATO ECD 71594, Tr.1

DYLAN THOMAS

The Conversation of Prayers, read by Catherine Harvey

01:02

Franz Schubert

Fantasy in F minor for piano duet, D.940/ Op.103(extract)

Performer: Katia and Marielle Labèque (piano four hands)

KML1117, Tr.4

BOCCACCIO, translated by DANTE

Of Three Girls and of Their Talk, from the Sonnets, read by Jamie Parker

JOHN DONNE

Holy Sonnet XIV, read by Jamie Parker

MARK JARMAN

Unholy Sonnet, read by Catherine Harvey

01:09

Claudio Monteverdi

Pur ti miro (Coronazione di Poppea)

Performer: Danielle de Niese (soprano), Andreas Scholl (countertenor), English Concert, Harry Bicket (conductor)

DECCA 4782260, Tr.7

PHILIP LARKIN

Talking in Bed, read by Catherine Harvey

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