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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10月31日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前9:00(100分)

ピーター・バラカン

リクエスト特集 1972年の名盤

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. Just In Time To See The Sun / Santana // Caravanserai

02. Shine A Light / Rolling Stones // Exile On Main Street

03. Dirty Work / Steely Dan // Can’t Buy A Thrill

04. Call Me The Breeze / J.J. Cale // Naturally

05. Willin’ / Little Feat // Sailin’ Shoes

06. I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever) / Stevie Wonder //Talking Book

07. You’ve Got A Friend /Donny Hathaway // Live

08. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? / Al Green // Let’s Stay Together

09. Freddie’s Dead / Curtis Mayfield // Superfly

10. The Harder They Come / Jimmy Cliff // The Harder They Come

11. Will The Circle Be Unbroken / Nitty Gritty Dirt Band // Will The Circle Be Unbroken

12. Give It Up Or Let Me Go / Bonnie Raitt // Give It Up

13. Let The Good Times Roll / Dr. John // Dr. John’s Gumbo

14. Taxes On The Farmer Feeds Us All / Ry Cooder // Into The Purple Valley

15. I Must Be In A Good Place Now / Bobby Charles // Bobby Charles

16. Political Science / Randy Newman // Sail Away

17. My Opening Farewell / Jackson Browne // Saturate Before Using


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10月31日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

渡辺亨

− 近づいてくる音楽・遠ざかる音楽 −

楽曲

修学旅行夜行列車南国音楽<ライヴ・ヴァージョン>」

ゴンチチ

(3分33秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-15002/B>

「ビッグ・イエロー・タクシー<ライヴ・ヴァージョン>」

ジョニ・ミッチェル

(3分05秒)

<ASYLUM REC. P-5169Y>

「プロローグ<心臓の鼓動>〜黒い足音」

山下毅雄

(3分27秒)

<VICTOR CDSOL-1071>

ハリケーン・ドロシー」

細野晴臣

(5分34秒)

クラウンレコード CRCP-28001>

「レモリノス」

メリー・ムルア

(3分37秒)

<LATITUD SUR NO NUMBER>

映画「ファブローゾ・フィッティパルディ」サントラから

「ヴィラブレキン(クランクシャフト)」

(3分40秒)

PHILIPS PHCY-3010>

「ウェイティング・フォー・ザ・サン

佐藤博

(5分25秒)

東芝EMI TOCT-8882>

ピンポンパン

榎本健一

(3分02秒)

東芝EMI CZ30-9050>

「新しい夜明け」

ホセ・アントニオ・メンデス

(3分19秒)

<DISCO CARAMBA CRACD-243>

あかつき

メレディス・モンク

(3分21秒)

<POLYDOR POCJ-1022>

「イズ・ザット・ソー」

ジョン・ヒックス・トリオ

(7分25秒)

<TIMELESS CD SJP357>

クローサー・ザン・クロース」

ロージー・ゲインズ

(5分09秒)

<POLYDOR POCT-1064>

「ガッタ・ゲット・クローサー・トゥー・ユー」

テリー・キャリアー

(3分24秒)

<UNIVERSAL/VICTOR MVCE-19310>

「ディスタンツァ」

中島ノブユキ

(3分44秒)

<SOTTO STTM-1002>

「バイ・ザ・タイム・アイゲット・トゥー・フェニックス」

グレン・キャンベル

(2分44秒)

<CAPITOL REC. 7243 5 35231 2 1>

「月の舟」

ゴンチチ

(4分42秒)

SONY MUSIC LABELS ESCL-30013,30014>

「ビトゥイン・ザ・バーズ

フォーレ・クァルテット

(3分21秒)

<UNIVERSAL 476 361-0>

「エンジェルズ」

エリオット・スミス

(2分57秒)

BANDAI MUSIC APCY-8403>

セレナータ・ド・アデウス」

ギンガ

(4分07秒)

<SELO SESC CDSS0068/15>

「イルザゥン・ヘアル」

ギンガ

(3分30秒)

<SELO SESC CDSS0068/15>


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

Carrie Underwood

Tue 27 Oct 2015

21:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06jwh0m

Country music superstar Carrie Underwood shares the stories behind her songs, reveals her favourite country artists and talks to Ricky Ross about new album Storyteller.

Music Played

01. Before He Cheats

Carrie Underwood

Blown Away

Sony Music, Tr.1

02. Don't Rock The Jukebox

Alan Jackson

Don't Rock The Jukebox

Arista

03. Country Nation

Brad Paisley

Moonshine in the Trunk

Arista Nashville, Tr.14

04. Jesus, Take The Wheel

Carrie Underwood

Blown Away

Sony BMG Music, Tr.18

05. So Small

Carrie Underwood

Carnival Ride

19 Recordings, Tr.3

06. Little Toy Guns

Carrie Underwood

Greatest Hits: Decade #1

Arista Nashville, Tr.2

07. The Thunder Rolls

Garth Brooks

The Hits

Liberty Records, Tr.6

08. The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia

Reba McEntire

For My Broken Heart

MCA Records, Tr.6

09. Family Tradition

Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr.'s Greatest Hits

Curb Records, Tr.1

10. Something In The Water

Carrie Underwood

Greatest Hits: Decade #1

Sony BMG

Storyteller

Storyteller

11. Smoke Break

Carrie Underwood

Storyteller

Arista Nashville, Tr.1

12. Dirty Laundry

Carrie Underwood

Storyteller

Arista Nashville, Tr.2

13. Chaser

Carrie Underwood

Storyteller

Arista Nashville, Tr.8

14. The Door

George Jones

Anniversary-Ten Years of Hits

Epic, Tr.13

15. Birmingham

Randy Newman

Good Old Boys

Reprise, Tr.2

16. Buffalo

Frankie Lee

American Dreamer

Loose Music, Tr.6

17. Burning House

Cam

Welcome to Cam Country

Arista Nashville, Tr.2

18. Whenever Kindness Fails

Robert Earl Keen

Angels & Ghosts

Koch, Tr.2

19. Take The Silver

Sarah Cracknell

Red Kite

Cherry Red, Tr.7

20. Silver Threads And Golden Needles

Wanda Jackson

The Best of the Classic Capitol Singles

Omnivore Recordings, Tr.4

21. Anybody Else

Phil Cook

22. September Fields

Frazey Ford

Indian Ocean

Nettwerk

23. The Last Pharaoh

Dave Rawlings Machine

Nashville Obsolete

Acony, Tr.5

24. Glimmer

Neil Young

Storytone

Reprise Records, Tr.14

25. Heart Heart

Withered Hand

New Gods

Fortuna Pop!, Tr.1

26. Over and Even

Joan Shelley

Over and Even

No Quarter, Tr.3


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 31 Oct 2015

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06l1v7j

Alyn Shipton's selection from the postbag of listeners' requests includes music by the trombonist J J Johnson and also by the singer Mel Tormé whose nickname was "the velvet fog".

Music Played

01. Wee Dot

Johnny Griffin

Performer: Kenny Drew. Performer: Art Taylor. Performer: Johnny Griffin

From Johnny Griffin With Love

Storyville, Tr.3

02. Lament

J. J. Johnson

Performer: Derek Healey. Performer: KENNY BAKER. Performer: Nigel Carter. Performer: Ronnie Hughes. Performer: Simon Gardner. Performer: Bill Geldard. Performer: Colin Sheen. Performer: Don Lusher. Performer: Gordon Campbell. Performer: Denis Walton. Performer: Roy Willox. Performer: Tommy Whittle. Performer: Joseph Sanders. Performer: Peter Hughes. Performer: Ray Swinfield. Performer: Louis Stewart. Performer: Chris Laurence. Performer: Terry Jenkins. Performer: Robert Farnon Orch

TANGENCE

VERVE, Tr.6

03. Speak Low

Ray Warleigh & Tommy Chase

Performer: John Burch. Performer: Danny Padmore. Performer: Tommy Chase

One Way

Spotlite, Tr.3

04. The Blues

Mel Torme & Marty Paich

Performer: Warren Launing. Performer: Jack Sheldon. Performer: Bob Enevoldsen. Performer: Lew McCreary. Performer: Jim Self. Performer: Ken Peplowski. Performer: Bob Efford. Performer: Gary Foster. Performer: Pete Jolly. Performer: Chuck Berghofer. Performer: Jeff Hamilton. Performer: Mel Tormé. Performer: Marty Paich

Dektette Reunion

CONCORD JAZZ, Tr.7

05. When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful

Fats Waller

Performer: Herman Autrey. Performer: Gene Sedric. Performer: James Smith. Performer: Charles Turner. Performer: Yank Porter. Performer: Fats Waller

Handful of Keys

Proper, Tr.2

06. South

George Webb's Dixielanders

Performer: Owen Bryce. Performer: Reg Rigden. Performer: Wally Fawkes. Performer: Eddie Harvey. Performer: Buddy Vallis. Performer: Arthur Streatfield. Performer: Roy Wykes. Performer: George Webb's Dixielanders. Performer: Wally Fawkes. Performer: Buddy Vallis. Performer: Arthur Streatfield. Performer: Roy Wykes

Jazz in Britain

Marshall Cavendish, Tr.22

07. Melancholy Blues

Johnny Dodds & His Chicago Boys

Performer: Charlie Shavers. Performer: Johnny Dodds. Performer: Lil Armstrong. Performer: Teddy Bunn. Performer: John Kirby. Performer: O'Neill Spencer. Performer: Johnny Dodds

New Orleans Jazz Giants 1936-40

JSP, Tr.14

08. Take The 'A' Train

Oscar Peterson

EXCLUSIVELY FOR MY FRIENDS VOL 4: My Favorite Instrument

MPS RECORDS, Tr.9

09. Bernie's Tune

Erroll Garner

Performer: Eddie Calhoun, Denzil Best, Erroll Garner

The Complete Concert by the Sea

CBS, Tr.13

10. As Long As I Live

Charlie Christian

Performer: Cootie Williams, Benny Goodman, Georgie Auld, Count Basie, Artie Bernstein, Harry Jaeger, Charlie Christian

The Original Guitar Genius

Proper, Tr.7

11. Equinox

John Coltrane

Performer: McCoy Tyner. Performer: Steve Davis. Performer: Elvin Jones. Performer: John Coltrane

THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION

ATLANTIC, Tr.3

12. Sunburn And Mosquito (Dedicated To Carolina)

Perez Pattitucci Blade

Performer: Danilo Pérez. Performer: John Patitucci. Performer: Brian Blade. Performer: John Patitucci. Performer: Brian Blade

Children of the Light

Mack Avenue, Tr.2


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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Kim Brandstrup

Sun 1 Nov 2015

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06l300f

Kim Brandstrup is one of the leading choreographers of his generation. He talks to Michael Berkeley about his passion for telling stories through music and dance. Born in Denmark, he originally trained in contemporary dance, but he now also works extensively in ballet, as well as film, theatre and opera, for companies including The Royal Ballet, the Royal Danish Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera, Glyndebourne and Rambert Dance - and his new piece for them is just opening at Sadler's Wells.

He chooses music from that piece, Schoenberg's Verklarte Nacht, and film scores by Prokofiev and Miles Davis, reflecting his days as a student of film in Copenhagen. He tells Michael how film has influenced his choreography and informed his narrative style.

His other music choices include Bach, and a wonderful, rousing gospel song he remembers from his childhood.

Producer: Jane Greenwood

A Loftus Production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:04

Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev

Shuisky and the Huntsmen (Ivan the Terrible)

Orchestra: Russian State Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Valery Kuzmich Polyansky

00:09

Johann Sebastian Bach

Eilt, ihr angefocht'nen Seelen (St John Passion)

Singer: Anton Scharinger

Choir: Arnold Schönberg Chor

Orchestra: Concentus Musicus Wien

Conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt

00:16

Benjamin Britten

Death in Venice (conclusion)

Singer: Philip Langridge

Choir: BBC Singers

Orchestra: City of London Sinfonia

Conductor: Richard Hickox

00:22

Igor Stravinsky

Les Noces (At the Bridegroom's House)

Choir: Mariinsky Theatre Chorus

Orchestra: Mariinsky Orchestra

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

00:31

Miles Davis

Lift to the Scaffold-film music

Performer: Miles Davis

00:37

Arnold Schoenberg

Verklarte Nacht

Performer: Hartmut Rohde

Performer: Michael Sanderling

Ensemble: Leipzig Quartet

00:47

Johann Sebastian Bach

Goldberg Variations (Variation 25)

Performer: Murray Perahia

00:56

Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Up Above my Head

Singer: Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Singer: Marie Knight


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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Islands

Sun 1 Nov 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06l3dkf

Kate Fleetwood and Dominic Mafham explore literary writings about islands from John Donne's famous Meditation No.17 to A. K. Ramanujam's take on the Donne, 'No Man is an Island', and Daniel Defoe to Derek Walcott. The music includes works by Rautavaara, Purcell and Otto Luening.

Producer's Note

Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises,

Sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not.

(Shakespeare: The Tempest)

There is an extraordinary wealth of literary writings about islands, from Shakespeare’s Tempest to Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, and John Donne’s Meditation 17 to A. K. Ramanujan’s take on Donne’s famous words, ‘no man is an island’. Islands offer a scenic and romantic setting for escape or contemplation, and they are also clearly-delineated places on which a drama can unfold.

This edition of Words and Music explores literary islands in their different guises and meanings. The programme beings with the names of fictional islands being layered over Otto Luening’s ground-breaking early tape composition, Low Speed, to create an ethereal seascape as we approach the first islands: Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Fair Isle at Sea’ and Claudian’s The Lonely Isle. Otto Luening’s Low Speed segues seamlessly into Richard Rodney Bennett’s Sea Change for Chorus, which sets Shakespeare’s famous words about the isle ‘full of noyses’ from The Tempest. Shakespeare’s Tempest takes place entirely on an island and its surrounding sea, and is iconic in the early literature of islands. The ‘pillars of light mournful and beautiful’ that open Neruda’s poem, The Island, match Caliban’s words, ‘I cried to dream again’, from the Shakespeare. I chose to set the Shakespeare and Neruda over a Plainte by Marin Marais paired with Bridge’s Moonlight as they capture the melancholic beauty and wonderment of the words.

Some of the most popular novels of all time take place on islands and this programme next visits Ralph and Piggy as it dawns on them that they have arrived on an island in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. Later in the programme, Daniel Defoe’s solitary figure, Robinson Crusoe, is also newly arrived on a desert island and sets about orientating himself to find a proper place for his habitation there.

Islands are born from volcanic explosions from deep on the sea bed and sometimes they disappear again. John Keats’ Sonnet to Ailsa Craig is a wonderful homage to the tectonic origins of the island: ‘Drown’d wast thou till an earthquake made thee steep, Another cannot wake thy giant size!’, while Lucretia Davidson’s poem Sabrina tells the tale of a volcanic island which appeared and then disappeared among the Azores in 1811. I have set Davidson’s poem to the explosive sounds of Boulez’s Memoriale (... explosante fixe... Originel). The programme also includes poems by Seamus Heaney and Vachel Lindsay on disappearing islands and Atlantis respectively.

Perhaps one of the most famous literary references to islands is found in John Donne’s Meditation 17 and in the words, ‘no man is an island’. I explore the idea of man as an island first in the words of Rin Ishigaki, whose poem Island portrays a solitary figure looking at himself as ‘a dot, a small island’ standing in a mirror. The solitary sounds of a single flute in Varese’s Destiny 21.5 counterpoint Ishigaki’s words, and then John Donne’s Meditation 17 is paired with A.K. Ramunujam’s poetic take on the Donne, No Man is an Island, in which the difficulties of living in isolation are expressed. There is a slightly comical end to the Ramanujam poem, which is echoed in Prokofiev’s quirky Scherzo humoristique for four bassoons.

Islands are places for love and Hilda Conkling’s The Lonesome Wave ends joyfully as golden waves fling themselves on the beach, leading into Debussy’s L’isle joyeuse. Derek Walcott claims in his poem Islands that ‘islands can only exist if we have loved in them’.

Robinson Crusoe is the most famous inhabitant of a deserted island, but Li Po also wrote about the solitude felt by an official banished on Parrot Island as the parrots flew west to Dragon Mountain. The parrots are illustrated by the ambiguous sounds in Ligeti’s Aventures. The ancient English tale, or riddle, of Wulf and Eadwacer also places the speaker on an island separated from his lover and is characterized by the earthy sounds of Martin Grubinger and Leonhard Schmidinger playing a percussion descant to the chanting of Schola Cantorum of the Benedictine Abbey Münsterschwarzach.

Mythical islands have also captured the imagination of writers, including Longfellow who sails for the Hesperides, tempest-haunted Orcades and then to the safe harbours of ‘Ultima Thule’. C. P. Cavafy’s poem Ithaka encourages us to make the most of the journey there for the purpose of Ithaka is entirely in making that journey. The programme concludes with a musical reference to Shakespeare’s Tempest in music from Sibelius’s incidental music for The Tempest.

Elizabeth Arno (producer)

Music Played

00:00

Otto Luening

Low Speed

Performer: Otto Luening (electronics)

OHM CD3670, CD1, Tr.6

Robert Louis Stevenson

Fair Isle at Sea, read by Dominic Mafham

Gerald Manley Hopkins

There is an island, read by Kate Fleetwood

Claudian, translated by Howard Mumford Jones

The Lonely Isle, read by Kate Fleetwood

00:03

Sir Richard Rodney Bennett

Sea Change for chorus (Isle full of Noyses)

Performer: Cambridge Singers, John Rutter (director)

COLLEGIUM CSCD521, Tr.1

Shakespeare

The Tempest (extract, 3.2.135-142), read by Dominic Mafham

00:06

Marin Marais

Plainte (Suite en sol)

Performer: Hille Perl (viola da gamba), Lee Santana (theorbo)

DHM 82876587912, Tr.11

00:09

Bridge

Moonlight (The Sea)

Performer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Charles Groves (conductor)

EMI CDM 7 69870 2, Tr.3

Neruda

XVII: The Island, read by Kate Fleetwood

William Golding

Lord of the Flies (extract), read by Dominic Mafham

00:16

Fryderyk Chopin

Nocturne in B major Op.32 No.1

Performer: Maria Joao Pires (piano)

DG 447096-2, Tr.9

John Keats

Sonnet to Ailsa Craig, read by Kate Fleetwood

00:21

Rautavaara

Isle of Bliss/ Lintukoto

Performer: Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam (conductor)

ONDINE ODE 989-2, Tr.13

00:32

Pierre Boulez

Memoriale (... explosante fixe... Originel)

Performer: Sophie Cherrier (flute), Soloists of Ensemble Intercontemporain, Pierre Boulez (conductor)

DG 480 6828, CD7, Tr.13

Lucretia Davidson

Sabrina. A Volcanic Island, Which Appeared Among the Azores, in 1811, read by Kate Fleetwood and Dominic Mafham

Seamus Heaney

The Disappearing Islands, read by Dominic Mafham

Vachel Lindsay

A Song in July, read by Kate Fleetwood

00:39

Henry Purcell

Fairest Isle (King Arthur)

Performer: Veronique Gens (soprano), Les Arts Florissants, William Christie (director)

ERATO 4509985352, CD2, Tr.10

Robert Browning

The Isle’s Enchantress, read by Dominic Mafham

00:44

Edgard Varèse

Density 21.5

Performer: Jacques Zoon (flute)

DECCA 460 208-2, CD2, Tr.11

Rin Ishigaki

Island, read by Kate Fleetwood

John Donne

Meditation 17 (extract), read Dominic Mafham

A. K. Ramunujam

No Man is an Island, read Kate Fleetwood

00:49

Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev

Scherzo humoristique, Op.12 No.9, arranged for 4 bassoons from ‘10 pieces, Op.12’

Performer: Martin Gatt, Meyrick Alexander, Melbon Mackie, John Orford (bassoons)

CONIFER CDCF173, Tr.13

Hilda Conkling

The Lonesome Wave, read Kate Fleetwood

00:52

Claude Debussy

L’isle joyeuse

Performer: Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)

CHANDOS CHAN 10443, Tr.14

Derek Walcott

Islands, read by Dominic Mafham

00:58

György Ligeti

Aventures (extract)

Performer: Jane Manning (soprano), Mary Thomas (mezzo soprano), William Pearson (bass), Ensemble Intercontemporain, Pierre Boulez (director)

DG 423244-2, Tr.11

Li Po, translated by Florence Ayscough

Parrot Island, read Kate Fleetwood

Daniel Defoe

Robinson Crusoe (extract from Chapter 4), read by Dominic Mafham

01:02

Anon/ Leonhard Schmidinger (instrumental music)

Ssequentia: Victimae paschali laudes

Performer: Martin Grubinger & Leonhard Schmidinger (percussion), Schola Cantorum of the Benedictine Abbey Münsterschwarzach, Godehard Joppich (director)

DG 4778797, Tr.8

Anonymous, translated by Michael Alexander

Wulf and Eadwacer, read by Dominic Mafham

01:05

Gabriel Prokofiev

Spheres

Performer: Daniel Hope (violin), Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, Simon Halsey (conductor)

DG 479 0571, Tr.9

Sam Taylor

The Island at the End of the World (opening extract), read by Kate Fleetwood

Longfellow

Ultima Thule, read by Dominic Mafham

01:09

Sibelius

Chorus of Winds (The Tempest, Suite No. 2)

Performer: Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Joseph Swensen (conductor)

LINN CKD 220, Tr.15

Andrew Young

Islands, read by Dominic Mafham

C. P. Cavafy, translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard

Ithaka, read by Kate Fleetwood

George Barlow

My Island, read by Kate Fleetwood


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

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Lau

Sun 1 Nov 2015

19:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06kpfvr

Bruce MacGregor has trio LAU in session with music from their latest album, The Bell that Never Rang. Plus, BBC Introducing artists 'Dowally' chat to Bruce about their approach to music. And we hear some of the shortlisted bands up for Album of the Year at the Scottish Trad Awards.

Music Played

01. Demon Kitty Rag

Katzenjammer

Le Pop

Propeller Recordings

02. Dunrobin Reels

Daimh

The Hebridean Sessions

Birnam

03. Tales From Down at the Harp

Ewan McLennan

Stories Still Untold

Fellside

04. Wally Pumpkin

Dowally(Dan Abrahams & Rachel Walker)

Dowally

https://dowally.bandcamp.com/releases

05. Quarter Chicken Dark

YoYo Ma/ Stuart Duncan/ Edgar Meyer/ Chris Thile

The Goat Rodeo Sessions

Sony

06. Cosy House

Dowally(Dan Abrahams & Rachel Walker)

Dowally

07. Beeswing

Richard Thompson

Walking on a Wire 1968-2009

Shout! Factory

08. Torsa

Lau

BBC Recording

09. Hounds

Treacherous Orchestra

Grind

Reveal Records

10. Settled in Clay

Mike Vass

In the Wake of Neil Gunn

Unroofed Records

The Bell That Never Rang

The Bell That Never Rang

11. First Homecoming

Lau

BBC Recording

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bell-That-Never-Rang/dp/B00UP41Q04/

12. Ghosts

Lau

BBC Recording

13. Death of the Dining Car

Lau

BBC Recording

14. Far from Portland

Lau

BBC Recording

15. Long Hellos and Short Goodbyes

Siobahn Miller

Flight of Time

Vertical

16. Spider’s

Peatbog Faeries

Blackhouse

Peatbog Records

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