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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25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. I’m Walkin’ / Fats Domino // /Fats Rocks/

02. Don’t Unplug My Body / Dayme Arocena // /Nueva Era/

03. Sin Empezar / Dayme Arocena // /Nueva Era/

04. Cry Me A River / Dayme Arocena // /Nueva Era/

05. Firebird Blues / Sonny Landreth // /Bound By The Blues/

06. The High Side / Sonny Landreth // /Bound By The Blues/

07. She Never Could Resist A Winding Road / Richard Thompson // /Still/

08. Guitar Heroes / Richard Thompson // /Still/

09. Don’t Take It Lying Down / Richard Thompson// /Still/

10. No End / Sandy Denny // /Like An Old Fashioned Waltz/

11. Alabama / Neil Young // /Harvest/

12. Fire In The Belly / Van Morrison & Steve Winwood // /Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue/

13. Can’t Go Home Again / Tellico // /Relics and Roses/

14. Backstep Blues / Tellico // /Relics and Roses/


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25日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

渡辺亨

− 観光と放浪の音楽 −

楽曲

ウォーターフォール

ゴンチチ

(3分00秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1061>

「南へ」

ものんくる

(5分32秒)

SONY MUSIC ARTISTS VRCL4034>

「海と大地に出会った男」

ルイス・エサ

(3分12秒)

<BOMBA REC./UNIVERSAL SCDP-PF-001/GB>

「トゥー・ラヴ・サムバディ」

天国の口、終わりの楽園サントラ

イーグル・アイド・チェリー

(3分39秒)

<IMPERIAL REC. TECI-24125>

「ランブリング・マン」

ローラ・マーリン

(3分16秒)

<VIRGIN REC. CDV3075>

「レター・オブ・レジグネーション」

ショーン・ジョーンズ

(4分27秒)

<MACK AVENUE REC. MAC1044>

「ゾーズ・レイジー、ヘイジー、クレイジー・デイズ・オブ・サマー」

ナット・キング・コール

(2分23秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-77280>

「ザ・レディー・イズ・ザ・トランプ」

ラリー・エルガート&ヒズ・オーケストラ

(1分58秒)

<MONTPELLIER MONTCD072>

「ノン・ストップ・トゥー・ブラジル」

『ザ・ジェントル・レイン』サントラ

ルイス・ボンファ、エウミール・デオダート

(1分41秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-77262>

「スパークル・アップ」

ハイ・ラマズ

(4分54秒)

EPICSONY ESCA6464>

ハバナ

スリム・ゲイラード

(4分10秒)

<TROJAN WORLD TWCD005>

「女ひとり」

デュークエイセス

(3分21秒)

<ビクターエンタテインメント NCS-442>

グラナダ

ジョージ・コルドバ

(2分35秒)

<DOT REC. DOT5029>

「コラサォン・ヴァガブンド」

カエターノ・ヴェローゾガル・コスタ

(2分27秒)

<VERVE 838555-2>

ヴァガボンド

ベイルート

(3分19秒)

<POMPEII REC. POMP003>

前奏曲集第1巻から 音と香りは夕暮れの大気に漂う」

ピアノ)ポール・クロスリー

(4分12秒)

SONY CLASSICAL 88691931792-4>

「さすらいのヨッパライ」

ザ・フォーク・クルセイダーズ

(3分01秒)

東芝EMI TOCT-6137>

「ジミーズ・オールド・シューズ」

ゴンチチ

(1分39秒)

EPIC REC. ESCL3738>

「マダム・エティエンヌ・リーセ」

シャソール

(2分07秒)

<TRICATEL ALBUM46>

ライヒダーウィン

シャソール

(6分06秒)

<TRICATEL ALBUM46>

「コミュニオン」

ギジェルモ・リソット

(5分50秒)

<INPARTMAINT INC. RCIP-0224>


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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First Aid Kit

Tue 21 Jul 2015

21:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b062msjx

Ricky Ross has concert highlights from Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit recorded at Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket, plus an interview with band members Johanna and Klara Soderberg.

Music Played

STAY GOLD

STAY GOLD

01. Master Pretender

First Aid Kit

Stay Gold

Sony BMG, Tr.1

02. Some Velvet Morning

Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood

Movin' With Nancy

Sundazed, Tr.6

03. Waitress Song

First Aid Kit

Stay Gold

Columbia

04. A Long Time Ago

First Aid Kit

Stay Gold

Columbia, Tr.10

05. Tiger Mountain Peasant Song

Fleet Foxes

Fleet Foxes

Bella Union, Tr.4

06. Say Please

Monsters of Folk

Monsters Of Folk

Rough Trade, Tr.2

07. Emmylou

First Aid Kit

(CD Single)

Witchita

08. In My Hour Of Darkness

Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris

Grievous Angel

Reprise, Tr.20

09. Waitin' Around To Die

Townes Van Zandt

Townes Van Zandt

Fat Possum Records, Tr.3

10. Rise Up With Fists!!

The Watson Twins & Jenny Lewis

Rabbit Fur Coat

Roug Trade, Tr.3

11. Down To The River To Pray

Alison Krauss

O Brother Where Art Thou?

Mercury, Tr.4

12. Stay Gold

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

13. Blue

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

14. King Of The World

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

15. This Old Routine

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

16. Cedar Lane

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

17. My Silver Lining

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

18. Wolf

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

19. Love Interruption

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

20. Heaven Knows

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

21. The Lion's Roar

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

22. America

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

23. Emmylou

First Aid Kit

Live from the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow)


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 25 Jul 2015

17:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b063d575

In this week's selection of listeners' requests, Alyn Shipton plays music by pianists Renee Rosnes and Bill Charlap, a classic track by Lester Young, and a piece by the saxophonist Tina Brooks. There's also British traditional jazz from Acker Bilk and Ottilie Patterson.

Music Played

01. Miss Hazel

Tina Brooks

Performer: Freddie Hubbard. Performer: Duke Jordan. Performer: Sam Jones. Performer: Art Taylor. Performer: Tina Brooks

TRUE BLUE

BLUE NOTE, Tr.5

02. A Foggy Day

Dakota Staton

Performer: Van Alexander. Performer: Hank Jones. Performer: Jonah Jones. Performer: Dakota Staton

THE LATE LATE SHOW

CAPITOL, Tr.5

03. Gigantic Blues

Lester Young

Performer: Roy Eldridge. Performer: Vic Dickenson. Performer: Teddy Wilson. Performer: Gene Ramey. Performer: Jo Jones. Performer: Lester Young

6tet/ 7tet

Lonehill, Tr.9

04. St Louis Blues

Chris Barber

Performer: Pat Halcox. Performer: Monty Sunshine. Performer: Jim Bray. Performer: Lonnie Donegan. Performer: Ron Bowden. Performer: Ottilie Patterson. Performer: Chris Barber's Jazz Band

The Complete Decca Sessions

Lake, Tr.13

05. Chorinho

Bill Charlap & Renee Rosnes

Performer: Renee Rosnes, Bill Charlap

DOUBLE PORTRAIT

BLUE NOTE, Tr.1

06. Bemsha Swing

Bill Holman

Performer: Carl Saunders. Performer: Pete DiSiena. Performer: Ron Stout. Performer: Bob Summers. Performer: Roger Ingram. Performer: Lanny Morgan. Performer: Bruce Babad. Performer: Pete Christlieb. Performer: Ray Herrmann. Performer: Jack Redmond. Performer: Andy Martin. Performer: John Grab. Performer: Craig Gosnell. Performer: Bob Enevoldsen. Performer: Christian Jacob. Performer: Joel Hamilton. Performer: Kevin Kanner. Performer: Bill Holman

Hommage

Jazzed Media, Tr.4

07. Smile

Raphael Johnson

Performer: Alan Wakeman. Performer: BILL COLEMAN. Performer: Tom Roberts. Performer: Raphael Johnson

Rachael Johnson

Rachael Johnson, Tr.8

08. Wandering

Ken Colyer

Performer: Sammy Rimington. Performer: Johnny Bastable. Performer: Bill Cole. Performer: Ken Colyer

Wandering

LAKE, Tr.7

09. Snake Rag

The Yorkshire Jazz Band

Potted History of British Jazz

Lake, Tr.6

10. Dr. Jazz

Jelly Roll Morton

Performer: George Mitchell. Performer: Omer Simeon. Performer: Kid Ory. Performer: Johnny St. Cyr. Performer: John Lindsay. Performer: Andrew Hilaire. Performer: Jelly-Roll Morton's Seven

Mr Jelly Lord

Naxos, Tr.11

11. Moanin'

Art Blakey

Performer: Woody Shaw. Performer: Carter Jefferson. Performer: Cedar Walton. Performer: Mickey Bass. Performer: Jon Hendricks. Performer: Art Blakey

Buhaina

Prestige, Tr.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

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Blithe Spirit

Sun 26 Jul 2015

18:15

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b063d81y

This edition of Words and Music hails Shelley's "blithe spirit" - the skylark. This rather nondescript little brown bird fills the skies with the most extraordinary torrent of sound, and has inspired poets and musicians throughout the centuries. Rising vertically from the ground he remains high in the air, fluttering and dropping his "silver chains of sound" , before plummeting back down to earth - a "singing firework" as Edmund Blunden put it. How apt that the collective noun for larks is an "exultation".

Carolyn Pickles and Adrian Lukis are the readers - there is poetry from Shakespeare to Shelley, Herrick to Ted Hughes, with lark-inspired folk music, art song, chamber and orchestral music and of course some well-known Vaughan Williams...

Producer Note

A summer’s evening edition of Words and Music hails Shelley’s “blithe spirit” – the skylark.

This rather nondescript-looking little brown bird fills the skies with the most extraordinary torrent of sound, which has inspired poets and musicians throughout the centuries. Rising vertically from the ground he remains high in the air, fluttering and dropping his “silver chains of sound” before plummeting back down to earth – “a singing firework” as Edmund Blunden put it. How apt that the collective noun for larks is an “exultation”.

The lark is the symbol of the early morning, bombarding the sun with music, which is beautiful and inspiring to most of our poets who concentrate on the song and the soaring, the paeans to the morning. But it’s not effortless – you’d expect Ted Hughes to notice that.

The lark is an inspiration to lovers as well. Herrick is one, seeing it as a minister, a priest, officiating at his prayers to his beloved, or in the jazz standard “Skylark”, it’s a hoped-for guide in the search for love.

And the lark represents freedom from our world of pain – singing above the battlefields, above the tempest and the mess of human life; to the extent that Shelley believes the bird must be a spirit, not of this world, inhabiting some other reality. But in our world the lark is as vulnerable to pain as any living creature, despite Bunyan’s best efforts to warn it away from the fowler’s net - Seamus O’Sullivan sings the song of the caged bird. And in fact Diana Hendry reminds us that many people have not seen or heard a skylark at all…Have you?

My music choices range from settings of poetry, including W. E. Henley’s profound “A Late Lark” with music by Delius, folk songs, chamber music, music on the theme of flight, but more than anything else, violin music –obviously the instrument of choice for composers inspired by lark song.

And as for the song itself – a challenge for any poet to emulate in words – Gerard Manley Hopkins and Cecil Day Lewis can do verbal ecstasy – and so can George Meredith, who inspired the climax of this sequence of words and music – Vaughan Williams’ “The Lark Ascending”…

Producer : Elizabeth Funning

Music Played

00:00

Roger Quilter

Hark! Hark! the lark

Performer: Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano).

Naxos 8557116, Tr.6.

Shakespeare

Venus and Adonis” (excerpt)

Reader: Adrian Lukis

00:01

Joseph Haydn

Haydn String Quartet No.5 in D major, Op.64 ‘Lark’. 1st movement

Performer: Amadeus Quartet.

DG 439479-2, Tr.1.

William D’'Avenant

“The Lark now leaves his watery nest,” read by Carolyn Pickles

00:06

Trad

The lark in the morning

Performer: Maddy Prior (vocals), Nick Nolland, Troy Donockley, Terl Briant.

Park Records PRKCD58, Tr.15.

Robert Herrick

“To the lark, read by Adrian Lukis

Cecil Day-Lewis

“The ecstatic,” read by Carolyn Pickles

Rev’'d Charles Alexander Johns

“The Skylark,” read by Adrian Lukis

Edmund Blunden

“Lark descending,” read by Carolyn Pickles

00:13

Sir Charles Villiers Stanford

The Little Red Lark (Fifty Songs of Old Ireland)

Performer: Stephen Varcoe (baritone), Clifford Benson (piano).

Hyperion CDA 67123, Tr.19.

00:14

Trad

Alouette

Performer: Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute and piccolo), Maurice Andre (baroque trumpet), The Saint-Laurent Children's Choir.

CBS MK 39669, Tr.16.

Arabella Buckley

The Skylark and her Enemy (excerpt), read by Carolyn Pickles

00:17

Jerome Kern

Up with the lark (Centennial Summer)

Performer: Anna Marie Gutierrez.

Rialto Recordings SLRR 9201, Tr.9.

00:19

Oliver Davis

Flight, Concerto for violin and strings. Third movement.

Performer: Kerenza Peacock (violin), LSO, Paul Bateman (conductor).

Signum SIGCD411, Tr.3.

Diana Hendry

“Skylark Researcher”, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:21

Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer

Mr Meadowlark

ASV CDAJA5147, Tr.21.

00:24

Hoagy Carmichael

Skylark

Performer: Clare Teal (vocal), Grant Windsor (piano).

Mud Records CDMUDCT2, Tr.2.

00:27

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

The Seasons (Op.37b) orch. Gauk . March (Song of the lark)

Performer: Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Jarvi (conductor).

Chandos CHAN9514, Tr.17.

John Bunyan

“Upon the lark and the fowler,” read by Carolyn Pickles

00:31

Jennifer Higdon

An exaltation of larks (excerpt)

Performer: Lark Quartet.

Bridge 9379, Tr.1.

Seamus O’'Sullivan

“Lark’'s Song,” read by Adrian Lukis

Gerard Manley Hopkins

“The Sea and the Skylark,” read by Adrian Lukis

00:35

Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev

Zhavoronok [The lark] for piano [after Glinka's song]

Performer: Evgeny Kissin (piano).

RCA 09026638842, Tr.4.

Isaac Rosenberg

“Returning we hear the larks”, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:41

Robert Johnson

Hark! Hark! the lark

Performer: Emma Kirkby (soprano), Anthony Rooley (lute).

Virgin Classics VC7593212, Tr.2.

00:42

Butterworth

The Banks of green willow - idyll for orchestra

Performer: Halle Orchestra, Mark Elder (conductor).

Halle CD HLL7503, Tr.1.

Percy Bysshe Shelley

“To a skylark” (excerpt), read by Adrian Lukis

Thomas Hardy

“Shelley'’s Skylark”, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:49

Oliver Davis

Air Waltz

Performer: Kerenza Peacock (violin), LSO, Paul Bateman (conductor).

Signum SIGCD411, Tr.12.

Ted Hughes

“The skylark came,” read by Adrian Lukis

00:51

Oliver Davis

Airborne Dances. No 1

Performer: Kerenza Peacock (violins), Dorothea Vogel and Alex Gale (viola), Philip Higham (cello), Ben Russell (double bass).

Signum SIGCD411, Tr.13.

Mary Oliver

“The Lark,” read by Mary Oliver

00:53

Frederick Delius

A Late lark for tenor and small orchestra [words: W E Henley]

Performer: Susan Gritton (soprano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, Edward GArdner.

CHANDOS CHAN10590, Tr.20.

00:58

Ralph Vaughan Williams

The Lark Ascending

Performer: Tasmin Little (violin), BBC Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davies.

Warner 9031731272, Tr.6.

George Meredith

“The Lark Ascending” (excerpt), read by Adrian Lukis


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

Sun 26 Jul 2015

19:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b063d4s4

Bruce Macgregor is joined by Calum and Rory Macdonald who will be talking about our Classic Album this week, 'Runrig Plays Gaelic'. Plus we celebrate 40 years of the Tannahill Weavers. And music from Sketch, The Elephant Sessions, a new BBC Introducing track and much much more.

Music Played

01. Homeward Bound

Sketch

Highland Time

Skye Records

02. Largs

King Creosote

Largs

Domino Recording Co

03. The Return of the Magic Horses

Taraf de Haïdouks

The Band of Gypsies

Crammed Disks

04. You May Go Further and Fare Worse

Lizabett Russo

BBC Introducing Upload

05. Ceol an Dannsa

Runrig

Plays Gaelic

Neptune Records

06. Air An Traigh

Runrig

Plays Gaelic

Neptune Records

07. The Band Form Rockall

Calum & Rory MacDonald

The Band from Rockall

Ridge Records

08. Tony’s Orange Sherbets

Marie Fielding

An Seisiun

Rumford Records

09. Fair Drawin’ In

Clype – vocals Jenny Sturgeon and Simon Gall

Clype

Other Music Records

10. Ainya's

The Elephant Sessions

The Elusive Highland Beauty

The Elephant Sessions

11. From An Airplane

Iris DeMent

The Trackless Woods

12. Hojby Skyttemarch

Spillemand !

Musik fra Carl Nielsens barndom

Go Danish Folk Music

13. Cycle

Inge Thomson

Shipwrecks and Static

Inge Thomson

14. Willie Cumming’s Set

The Tannahill Weavers

The Tannahill Weavers

Green Linnet Records

15. The Great Ships

The Tannahill Weavers

Epona

Green Linnet Records

16. The Athol Gathering

The Tannahill Weavers

Live and In Session

Green Linnet Records

17. Chaidh mo Dhonnchadh donn bheinn – My Duncan

Alyth McCormack

Homelands

Ane Records

18. April Lake

Fat-Suit

Jugaad

Fat Suit

19. White Gown

Siobhan Wilson

Say It’s True

Reveal Records

20. The Buie Ceilidh Band

Mairearad Green

Passing Places

Buie Records BUIECDDVD01

21. A travers la vitre (Through the window)

La Bottine Souriante

Anthologie

EMI/ Hemisphere


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

Sun 26 Jul 2015

19:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b063d4s4

Bruce Macgregor is joined by Calum and Rory Macdonald who will be talking about our Classic Album this week, 'Runrig Plays Gaelic'. Plus we celebrate 40 years of the Tannahill Weavers. And music from Sketch, The Elephant Sessions, a new BBC Introducing track and much much more.

Music Played

01. Homeward Bound

Sketch

Highland Time

Skye Records

02. Largs

King Creosote

Largs

Domino Recording Co

03. The Return of the Magic Horses

Taraf de Haïdouks

The Band of Gypsies

Crammed Disks

04. You May Go Further and Fare Worse

Lizabett Russo

BBC Introducing Upload

05. Ceol an Dannsa

Runrig

Plays Gaelic

Neptune Records

06. Air An Traigh

Runrig

Plays Gaelic

Neptune Records

07. The Band Form Rockall

Calum & Rory MacDonald

The Band from Rockall

Ridge Records

08. Tony’s Orange Sherbets

Marie Fielding

An Seisiun

Rumford Records

09. Fair Drawin’ In

Clype – vocals Jenny Sturgeon & Simon Gall

Clype

Other Music Records

10. Ainya's

The Elephant Sessions

The Elusive Highland Beauty

The Elephant Sessions

11. From An Airplane

Iris DeMent

The Trackless Woods

12. Hojby Skyttemarch

Spillemand !

Musik fra Carl Nielsens barndom

Go Danish Folk Music

13. Cycle

Inge Thomson

Shipwrecks and Static

Inge Thomson

14. Willie Cumming’s Set

The Tannahill Weavers

The Tannahill Weavers

Green Linnet Records

15. The Great Ships

The Tannahill Weavers

Epona

Green Linnet Records

16. The Athol Gathering

The Tannahill Weavers

Live and In Session

Green Linnet Records

17. Chaidh mo Dhonnchadh donn bheinn – My Duncan

Alyth McCormack

Homelands

Ane Records

18. April Lake

Fat-Suit

Jugaad

Fat Suit

19. White Gown

Siobhan Wilson

Say It’s True

Reveal Records

20. The Buie Ceilidh Band

Mairearad Green

Passing Places

Buie Records BUIECDDVD01

21. A travers la vitre (Through the window)

La Bottine Souriante

Anthologie

EMI/ Hemisphere

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