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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11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. Turn Your Radio On / John Hartford // Aereo-Plain

02. November Tale / The Waterboys // Modern Blues

03. Peaceful Easy Feeling / Eagles // The Every Best Of The Eagles

04. Tennessee Jed / Grateful Dead // 1972/09/24 At The Palace Theater ~ Waterbury, CT. (30 Trips Around The Sun)

05. Statesboro Blues / Roy Bookbinder // Travelin’ Man

06. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More / Allman Brothers Band // Eat A Peach

07. Unfaithful Servant / The Band // Rock Of Ages

08. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile) / Van Morrison // The Essential Van Morrison

09. Someone Like You / Van Morrison // The Essential Van Morrison

10. I’d Rather Go Blind / Rod Stewart // Never A Dull Moment

11. Cold Morning Light / Todd Rundgren // Something/Anything?

12. Just One Victory (live 11/16/79) / Utopia // Somewhere/Anywhere? (Unreleased Tracks)

13. Papa Was A Rolling Stone / Temptations // The Best of the Temptations

14. The Cisco Kid / War // The World Is A Ghetto

15. (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right / Luther Ingram // (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right

16. On the Corner (Take 4) / Miles Davis // Complete On The Corner Sessions


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11月 7日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− 水・木・金曜日の音楽 −

楽曲

「水曜日の回廊」 (ゴンチチ

(4分37秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1796>

「灰の水曜日のマルシャ」 (ナラ・レオン

(2分58秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-90143>

「レディー・ウェンズデイ」 (スナーキー・パピー)

(9分04秒)

<AGATE IMP. AGIPI-3556>

「アイ・ゲット・イヴィル」 (アルバート・キング

(5分25秒)

STAX SCD-8556>

「木曜日の朝」 (ジャイルズ、ジャイルズ&フリップ)

(2分53秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-9062>

「聖水曜日のためのルソン・ド・テネブルから

預言者エレ三アの嘆きが始まる、アーレフ

(作曲)クープラン

ソプラノサンドリーヌ・ピオー

オルガンクリストフ・ルセ

(2分45秒)

<UNIVERSAL K.K. POCL-1926>

「フライデイ・オン・マイ・マインド」 (イージー・ビーツ

(2分35秒)

ACE REC. CDCHD1387>

「ティアーズ・オブ・ユニコーン」 (フジタ・マサヨシ)

(5分48秒)

<ERASED TAPES RECORDS LTD. ERATP 075CD>

ぜんまいじかけの水曜日」 (荻野目洋子

(4分08秒)

<VICTOR VDR-25002>

組曲“木曜日”から スウィフティ」

デューク・エリントン楽団

(3分06秒)

SONY MUSIC SICP4009>

「フライデイ・ナイト」 (オージェイズ

(2分20秒)

ACE REC. CDCHD1186>

「ヤマスキ」 (ヤマスキ)

(1分42秒)

<RAMBLING RBCP-2785>

「シラキューズ」 (イブ・モンタン

(2分07秒)

<POLYGRAM 836139-2>

「ウェンズデイ・イヴニング」 (ジョン・リー・フッカー

(2分57秒)

P-VINE PCD-3035>

「木曜日」 (オルケスタ・ファン・ダリエンソ)

(3分05秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-8033>

「ラ・プティッテイル」 (ジャルメーヌ・サブロン)

(2分52秒)

<CHANSO PHONE DISQUES 154>

「サムホエアー・フライデイ・ナイト」 (タートルズ

(3分11秒)

FLO AND EDDIE AIRAC-1569>

「サーズデイズ・シーム」 (ベニー・ゴルソン

(7分39秒)

EMI TOCJ-50225>

「ロス・マレアドス」 (シリアコ・オルティス

(3分01秒)

<HARLEQUIN HQCD120>

「ショーねえちゃん走る」 (ゴンチチ

(0分39秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1420>

「フライデイ・マイルス」 (マイルス・デイヴィス

(3分26秒)

<COLUMBIA 4-45327>

「好きってなんて言ったらいいの」 (柴田聡子)

(3分36秒)

P-VINE PCD-24421>


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 3 Nov 2015

21:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06kpz9b

Ricky Ross introduces new and classic Americana and alternative country.

Music Played

01. Out Of Your Sight

Rab Noakes

I'm Walking Here

Neon Records, Tr.2

02. Home

Dierks Bentley

Now That's What I Call Country Volume 5

Universal, Tr.18

03. Dime Store Cowgirl

Kacey Musgraves

Pageant Material

Mercury Nashville/ Nashville, Tr.2

04. I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow

The Stanley Brothers

The Road to Nashville: A History of Country Music 1926-1953

Indigo Recordings, Tr.60

05. Black Eyed Suzie

10 String Symphony

Weight of the World

Poppychop Records, Tr.5

06. Take The Silver

Sarah Cracknell

Red Kite

Cherry Red, Tr.7

07. I'm Not Looking Down

Matt McGinn

Latter Day Sinner

Matt McGinn Music, Tr.1

08. The Ballad of the Pajama Kid

John Murry

The Graceless Age

Evangeline, Tr.1

09. Carolina

The Honeycutters

Me Oh My

Organic Records, Tr.6

10. The End Of The Golden Age

The Wynntown Marshalls

11. Hurricane (Johnnie's Theme)

Lord Huron

Strange Tails

PIAS, Tr.1

12. Breaker

Deerhunter

Fading Frontiers

13. King Of The Road

Roger Miller

60 Number Ones Of The Sixties

Warner, Tr.26

14. I'm Comin' Over

Chris Young

I'm Coming Over

RCA, Tr.2

15. Luck In My Eyes

k.d. lang

k.d. lang

Chrome Dreams, Tr.1

16. Willow

Israel Nash

Silver Season

Loose Music, Tr.1

17. Folsom Prison Blues

Johnny Cash

Prisoners Songs

Starday Records, Tr.3

18. Breathe Life

Vox Liminis & Louis Abbott

Distant Voices: Silent Seconds

Vox Liminis, Tr.1

19. The Sweetest Gift (A Mother's Smile)

The Judds

Essential Judds

RCA, Tr.10

20. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle

Hank Williams

Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams Collection

Mercury Nashville, Tr.12

21. Tread Softly

Tiny Ruins

Hurtling Through

Bella Union, Tr.1

22. Like A Hurricane

Neil Young

American Stars 'n Bars

Reprise, Tr.8

23. I Am A Child

Nils Lofgren

The Loner: Nils Sings Neil

Broken Arrow Music, Tr.4


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 Nov 2015

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06nr54j

Alyn Shipton is joined by listeners who introduce their own requests for music that tears up the rule book in a live edition of the programme from Sage Gateshead as part of Radio 3's Free Thinking weekend. There'll be music from all eras of jazz, including pieces that challenge our ideas from fusion saxophonist Barbara Thompson and bass playing legend Henry Grimes.

Music Played

01. Doors of Perception

Dave Pike

Performer: Don Friedman. Performer: Lee Konitz. Performer: Eddie Daniels. Performer: Chuck Israels. Performer: Arnie Wise

Vortex, 2007

02. Little Annie-Ooh

Barbara Thompson

Performer: Colin Dudman. Performer: Dill Katz. Performer: Jon Hiseman

MCA, MCF-2852

03. That's What I Call Keen

Eddie South & His Alabamians

Performer: Antonia Spaulding. Performer: Mike McKendrick. Performer: Jerome Burke

RCA, PM 42420

04. Milestones

Turtle Island String Quartet

Performer: Darol Anger. Performer: David Balakirishnan. Performer: Irene Sazer. Performer: Mark Summer

Windham Hill Records, WH-0110

05. Greensleeves

Paul Edis

JUST LIKE ME

06. Tea For Two

Art Tatum

Proper, Properbox-60

07. Next Beginning

Samuel Eagles

Performer: Ralph Wyld. Performer: Fergus Ireland. Performer: Eric Ford

F-IRE Records, F-IRECD 72

08. The Thing

Don Cherry

Performer: Henry Grimes. Performer: Ed Blackwell. Performer: Pharoah Sanders

Blue Note, 11-436

09. The Way You Look Tonight

Thelonious Monk & Sonny Rollins

Performer: Tommy Potter. Performer: Art Taylor

Avid, AMSC964

10. Aurora

Arun Ghosh

Performer: Aref Durvesh. Performer: IDRIS RAHMAN. Performer: Jonathan Mayer

Camoci, CAMOCI-001


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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Sugata Mitra

Sun 8 Nov 2015

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06nr9p5

As part of Radio 3's Free Thinking weekend, Michael Berkeley talks to Sugata Mitra, who has started a revolution in education. He believes schools as we know them are obsolete; that exams shut down the brain; that children learn best when left alone, with computers, and that the best teachers are not education professionals, but grannies, who simply say 'Wow! That's amazing! How did you do that?'

Sugata Mitra is the Professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle University. In 2013 he was awarded the million dollar TED Prize to help build a School in the Cloud, a creative online space where children from all over the world can gather to answer 'big questions'. Though Sugata Mitra now lives in Gateshead, he was brought up in Delhi, and his work with children in the slums there was the inspiration for the Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire.

In Private Passions, he tells Michael Berkeley about the ground-breaking experiment in Delhi which has become famous as the 'hole in the wall' - he fixed a computer into the wall of a slum, and watched what happened. Within months, children who had never seen a computer before were browsing, painting, and downloading electronic keyboards and drums to make music. Teachers, he discovered, were obsolete. This was a particular personal challenge, as he was a teacher himself at the time!

Tearing up the rule book, Professor Mitra developed a radical new model of how to teach children, using computers. He talks in Private Passions about how to release children's creativity - but also how to safeguard them from the darker side of the internet. His music choices fuse East and West, with collaborations between Yehudi Menuhin and Ravi Shankar; the love poetry of Tagore; Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade; and a canon by Bach which can be played forwards and backwards.

Produced by Elizabeth Burke

A Loftus Production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:06

Ravi Shankar

Swara Kakali

Performer: Yehudi Menuhin

00:16

Johann Sebastian Bach

Musical Offering (Canon 1 a 2)

Ensemble: Academy of St Martin in the Fields

Conductor: Sir Neville Marriner

00:21

Jasraj

Maran re tuhu momo

Performer: Imon Chakroborty

Performer: Ranjan Bandyopadhyay

00:30

Vince Gill

No future in the past

Ensemble: The Alan Parsons Project

00:43

Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov

The Sea and Sinbad's Ship (Scheherazade)

Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor: Takuo Yuasa

00:57

Scotland.Traditional

The Barge o' Gorrie Crovan

Ensemble: Brogue


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

Rules and How to Break Them

Sun 8 Nov 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06nrg2z

From St Mary's Church in Gateshead, a special live edition of Words and Music as part of this year's Free Thinking Festival on the theme 'Tearing Up The Rule Book'. Patricia Hodge and Stephen Tompkinson read texts and poetry about Rules and How to Break Them, accompanied by live music from members of the Royal Northern Sinfonia, choir Voices of Hope, and pianist John Reid.

There are literary characters who railed against the rules, such as Winston in Orwell's 1984, and the unfortunate boys in Golding's Lord of the Flies, real life people like Charles Darwin and Emmeline Pankhurst who dared to challenge the status quo, and writers who broke the rules with their writing style or content. Musically there has been a long tradition of rule-breakers, from Byrd and Shostakovich using their music to subvert religious or political laws, to innovators such as Beethoven, Schoenberg and John Cage who changed the musical direction for all who followed them.

Producer's Note

We need rules. Sometime we also need to break them. This programme covers rules in their many forms: moral codes, rules enshrined in law, social norms and artistic conventions. There are artists who have produced great art despite an inability to stay within the law, those who have used their art to subvert religious or political dicta and those who have advanced their field by deliberately defying its conventions. There are also examples of literary characters who railed against the rules, and real people who, by daring to challenge the status quo - whether political, religious, intellectual or social - have changed it for ever.

The programme begins with one well-known set of rules: The Ten Commandments, followed by a madrigal by Gesualdo, who by murdering his wife and her lover broke at least one of them. Then to a concise set of rules from The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which I’ve coupled with a composer who stripped music back to its bare bones: Anton Webern. Robert Graves’ poem To an Ungentle Critic suggests that old-fashioned art has as much worth as innovative new art. CPE Bach’s Fantasia which follows shows a composer keen to create his own voice, rather than emulate his “old-fashioned” father, JS Bach. The choirboys stranded on an island without adults in Golding’s Lord of the Flies, are desperately trying to create rules to stop their little society from breaking down. This I felt should be accompanied with choral music – Hildegard of Bingen who was something of an innovator simply by being a female composer in the 12th century (along with being an abbess, writer, philosopher, visionary, etc..) Robert Herrick’s poem extols the virtues of disorder, which I think would have appealed to Charles Ives who could be notoriously unruly in his music.

Then to some real life rule-breakers: Charles Darwin, who realised that his Theory of Evolution wasn’t compatible with the accepted view of how God created the World. Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge which follows was condemned when it was written some thirty years earlier in 1825 for being completely incomprehensible, and to my ears still sounds startlingly modern. Next is Emmeline Pankhurst who, with her fellow WSPU members resorted to militant tactics to persuade the Government of the day to take women’s suffrage seriously. Pankhurst felt a strong connection to the female revolutionaries who stormed the Bastille, so Couperin’s Les Barricades Mysterieuses seemed fitting. In society’s eyes, Oscar Wilde broke the law by being actively homosexual. Here I have chosen his poem Libertatis Sacra Fames (Sacred Hunger for Liberty) in which he muses about socialism. William Byrd was a rule-breaker too, setting Catholic texts: a life-threatening endeavour in post-Reformation England.

Lewis Carroll delights us with his wit in the passage from Through the Looking Glass, where the Red and White Queens exasperate Alice with their arbitrary rules. This is followed with music by John Cage, who famously shook up the musical establishment by writing 4’33 of silence. Four minutes 33 seconds of silence on Radio 3 at this point would in itself subvert the rules of broadcasting mechanics, so I’ve included instead The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs for voice and the wood of the piano, which sets words by another stylistic rule-breaker, James Joyce. A comic poem by Hilaire Belloc about a python is paired with Ignaz von Biber, a composer who broke the rules of string writing by including techniques such as scordatura (mistuning). We’ll hear him in animal mode with part of his Sonata Representativa – Frog, and Cock &Hen.

In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, Julia believes that if you keep the small rules, you can break the big ones without anyone noticing. When Schoenberg broke the big rules by completely reinventing the harmonic system, everyone noticed! We’ll hear his Little Pieces for Piano, in which you can hear him experimenting with tonality before he went on to create his 12 tone method. Next to works of art which the authorities attempted to ban. Penguin Books was taken to court when it tried to publish D.H. Lawrence’s ‘obscene’ novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover in this country, while Shostakovich’s music fell foul of Stalin’s diktat that composers should only write ‘proletarian’ music. A fellow Russian musical rule-breaker was Stravinsky, whose Rite of Spring was so shocking with Nijinsky’s choreography that it cause a riot. Siegfried Sassoon’s poem Concert Interpretation explores how our attitude as an audience to such shocking sounds changes over time. The final poem is a set of rules again by Lewis Carroll, which signs off with the moral to rule-breakers - ‘behave’. The final composer, Satie, did anything but behave in his music-writing. His Vexations were interpreted by John Cage to be performed 840 times. We might not manage that but we’ll fit in as many as we can before the end of the programme!

Ellie Mant - Producer

Music Played

The Bible (KJV)

The Ten Commandments, read by Patricia Hodge

Carlo Gesualdo

Belta poi che t’assenti (Book 6 of madrigals 5vv)

Performer: Voices of Hope, Simon Fidler (conductor)

Douglas Adams

So long, and thanks for all the fish, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Anton Webern

3 Kleine Stücke, Op. 11

Performer: Daniel Hammersley (cello), John Reid (piano)

Robert Graves

To an Ungentle Critic, read by Patricia Hodge

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Fantasia in F sharp minor (excerpt)

Performer: John Reid (piano)

William Golding

Lord of the Flies, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Hildegard von Bingen

Praise to the Trinity (Laus Trinitati)

Performer: Voices of Hope, Simon Fidler (conductor)

Robert Herrick

Delight in Disorder, read by Patricia Hodge

Charles Ives

Study no.23

Performer: John Reid (piano)

Charles Darwin

On the Origin of Species, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Ludwig van Beethoven

Grosse Fuge (excerpt)

Performer: Members of the Royal Northern Sinfonia

Emmeline Pankhurst

My Own Story, read by Patricia Hodge

François Couperin

Les Barricades Mysterieuses

Performer: John Reid (piano)

Oscar Wilde

Libertatis Sacra Fames, read by Stephen Tompkinson

William Byrd

Mass for 4 voices - Agnus Dei

Performer: Voices of Hope, Simon Fidler (conductor)

Lewis Carroll

Through the Looking Glass, read by Patricia Hodge

John Cage

The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs

Performer: Hannah Reynolds (soprano), Mark Edwards (piano percussion)

Hilaire Belloc

More Beasts (For Worse Children): The Python, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber von Bibern

Sonata Representativa: Frog + Cock and Hen

Performer: Tristan Gurney (violin), John Reid (harpsichord)

George Orwell

1984, read by Patricia Hodge

Arnold Schoenberg

Little Pieces Op.19

Performer: John Reid (piano)

Opening Address for the Prosecution

Lady Chatterley trial, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Dmitri Shostakovich

String Quartet no. 8: 3rd movement

Performer: Members of Royal Northern Sinfonia

Siegfried Sassoon

Concert Interpretation (Le Sacre de Printemps), read by Patricia Hodge

Igor Stravinsky

Ave Maria

Performer: Voices of Hope, Simon Fidler (conductor)

Lewis Carroll

Rules and Regulations, read by Stephen Tompkinson

Erik Satie

Vexations

Performer: John Reid (piano)


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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Sun 8 Nov 2015

19:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06np5sf

Bruce MacGregor presents the best in folk and roots music from around the world.

Music Played

01. Barber Ave-Dr Alasdair Mackenzie/ Barber Ave

Scott Wood Band

Upsurge

Oak Ridge Records

02. Between the Pines

Rura

Despite The Dark

Rura Music

03. Pat the Budgie-The Insdie-oot Fish Eater/ Peerie Willie/ Pat the Budgie

Blazin' Fiddles

North. Blazin’ Records

04. The Chosen and The True

Dallahan

When The Day Is On The Turn

Dallahan

05. The Highway Carpark

Shooglenifty

The United Knot

Shoogle

06. My Old Man

Chaim Tannenbaum

Joy of Living

Cooking Vinyl

07. Jamie Foyers

Dick Gaughan

Joy of Living

Cooking Vinyl

08. The Terror Time

Karine Polwart

Joy of Living

Cooking Vinyl

09. Betsy Baker's/ The Wind That Shook The Barley/ From Dingle With Love

Barrule

Manannan's Cloak

Wardfell Records-EOTR04

10. Southern Girl

Kaia Kater

fRoots 56

fRoots

11. Miss Fahey’s Fancy/ I Have No money/ Jerry Hayes

The Casey Sisters

Sibling Revelry

Old Bridge Music

12. Soldiers Joy/ Floating Candle/ The Dutchess

Will Pound

Celtic Connections

Celtic Connections

13. Sleeping Beauty

Bella Hardy

Battleplan

Noe Records

14. Pattern Day Jigs-Mike MacDougall’s/ O’Keefe’s/ Pattern Day

Daimh

The Hebridean Sessions

Birnam

15. Green And Gold

Kate Young

Swimmings Of The Head

Kate Young Music

16. Maggie’s Jigs

Dallahan

When The Day Is On The Turn

Dallahan

17. My Girl's Waiting For Me

Tim O’Brien

Transatlantic Sessions 6 Vol 1

Whirlie Records

18. Krivo polska

Hazelius Hedin

Sunnan

Amigo

19. Rock in Space

FLAP!

A Great Day for the Race

Flap! Music

20. Venus in Tweeds/ The Earl of Crawford

Daniel Thorpe

The Curiosity Shop

Ellis Island Records

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