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12:23

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12月 5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. Subterranean Homesick Blues (Take 1) / Bob Dylan// The Bootleg Series Vol 12 - 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Deluxe Edition

02. Subterranean Homesick Blues (Take 1, Alternate Take) / Bob Dylan// The Bootleg Series Vol 12 - 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Deluxe Edition

03. Tombstone Blues (Take 1, Alternate Take) / Bob Dylan// The Bootleg Series Vol 12 - 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Deluxe Edition

04. Masters Of War / Vieux Farka Toure & Julia Easterlin // Touristes

05. Boots Of Spanish Leather / Dervish // A Celebration

06. The Tin Key/Sam Kelly’s Jig/The Gravediggers (Jigs) / Altan // The Widening Gyre

07. Prettiest Little Girl In The County / We Banjo 3 // Gather The Good

08. Anyhow / Tedeschi Trucks Band // Let Me Get By

09. Hang Tough / Crescent City Gold // The Ultimate Session

10. Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues) (Original Mix) / Frankie Miller// Frankie Miller...That’s Who! The Complete Chrysalis Recordings (1973-1980)

11. Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley / Robert Palmer // Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley

12. Who’s Gonna Help Brother Get Further? / Lee Dorsey // Yes We Can/Night People

13. Veronica (Demo) / Elvis Costello // Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album

14. April 5th / Rosanne Cash, Elvis Costello and Kris Kristofferson // Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album

15. I Can’t Turn It Off / Elvis Costello // Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album

16. Train Song / Tom Waits // Franks Wild Years

17. Sun Moee / Mats Eilertsen’s Sky Dive Trio // Sun Moee


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12月 5日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

藤川パパQ

2015年 大蔵ざらえの音楽 −

楽曲

「7シーズン・4ビート」

ゴンチチ

(3分06秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-15002/B>

「ユー・ユー・ユー」

エイムズ・ブラザーズ

(2分54秒)

<TARAGON REC. TARCD-1041>

「ゆっくりとかして」

フェイターン

(4分36秒)

<FATERN FTN-001>

「糸くり」

里アンナ

(3分00秒)

<PRIMITIVE VOICE ANNA-001>

「ホンガ・アンコール」

イツァーク・パールマン、ザ・クレズマティクス

(1分34秒)

<WARNER CLASSICS 0825646129850>

バンプ・ラム・プルーン

ホーン・トーン・ダーオウドン

(4分13秒)

<EM REC. EM1142CD>

「イッツ・ザ・ガール」

ジャネット・クライン&ハー・パーラー・ボーイズ

(3分05秒)

<モガレコード MGR-0201>

カンタータ 第147番“心と口と行いと命”から“主よ、人の望みの喜びよ”」

クレイグ・レオン

(2分46秒)

SONY CLASSICS 88875052612>

「バシアオン」

アナット・コーエン、ホメロ・ルバンボ

(3分36秒)

<ANZIC REC. ANZ-0050>

「レーニー・デイ」

ボブ・ブルックマイヤー

(5分26秒)

<LONEHILL JAZZ LHJ-10374>

「トーキョー」

スウィンドル

(3分33秒)

P-VINE PCD-24430>

「コモ・フエ」

ジャズ・アット・リンカーン・センター・オーケストラウィントン・マルサリス、ボビー・カルカセス

(6分54秒)

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER CD1 2767248>

「ドリーム13」

マックス・リヒター

(3分07秒)

<DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 00289 479 5257>

「土砂降り」

マリアナバラフ、グスタボ・サンタオラヤ

(2分56秒)

<ビーンズ BNSCD-7722>

Time Is a Blind Guide

Time Is a Blind Guide

「タイム・イズ・ア・ブラインド・ガイド」

トーマス・ストローネン

(5分37秒)

ECM ECM2467>

「街の灯り」

やく

(5分30秒)

<のろしレコード NORO-001>

「フル・ファゾム・ファイヴ」

ノア・クレシェフスキー

(6分55秒)

<EM REC. EM1140CD>

「放課後の音楽室」

ゴンチチ

(2分03秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-15002/B>

「フライト・トゥ・ナハ」

ココムジカ

(6分08秒)

COCO←MUSIKA REC. C MSK-004>


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

A New International

Tue 1 Dec 2015

21:00

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06qh5l3

Ricky Ross introduces new and classic Americana and alternative country. Glasgow band A New International are in session as part of BBC Introducing.

Music Played

01. Infamous

Basia Bulat

Good Advice

Secret City Records Tr.1

02. Post To Wire

Richmond Fontaine

Post To Wire

El Cortez Tr.10

03. Valentino

A New International

American Stars 'n Bars

Reprise Tr.8

04. I'm Your Kinda Guy

A New International

American Stars 'n Bars

Reprise Tr.8

05. Tennessee Whiskey

Chris Stapleton

Traveller

Mercury Tr.3

06. Paper Mansions

Dottie West

The Best Of Dottie West

RCA Victor Tr.7

07. Tenterhooks

A New International

American Stars 'n Bars

Reprise Tr.8

08. Waiting Around To Die

A New International

American Stars 'n Bars

Reprise Tr.8

09. Love Her For A While

Sam Outlaw

Angeleno. Six Shooter Records Tr.4

10. Gone

Ferlin Husky

Classic Country Stars

Time-Life Music Tr.8

11. Cryin' Time

Buck Owens

The Best of Buck Owens Vol.3

Capitol Tr.2

12. Still Believe In You

The Dreaming Spires

Searching For The Supertruth

13. Take The Silver

Sarah Cracknell

Red Kite

Cherry Red Tr.7

14. In Wonder

Punch Brothers

The Wireless

Nonesuch Tr.1

15. Farm Relief

Uncle Dave Macon

First Featured Star Of The Grand Ole Opry

Decca

16. House Of Mirrors

Evening Hymns

Quiet Energies

Outside Music Tr.3

17. Faded Gloryville

Lindi Ortega

Faded Gloryville

Last Gang Records Tr.2

18. Die A Happy Man

Thomas Rhett

Tangled Up

Valory Tr.3

19. Little Green Apples

Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell

The Best Of Bobbie Gentry

EMI Tr.6

20. Lonesome & I'm Going Back Home

Pharis & Jason Romero

21. Firecracker

The Bros. Landreth

Let It Lie

Slate Creek Tr.2


Jazz on 3

Programme showcasing the pick of today's live jazz recordings, as well as talking to leading players, reviewing new releases and looking back over the history of the music

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tt0y

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Curios with Iain Ballamy

23:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06qjzx0

Saxophonist Iain Ballamy joins forces with pianist Tom Cawley's Curios at the Vortex Jazz Club in London, for a special collaboration masterminded by Jazz on 3.

Cawley is a long-time admirer of Ballamy's playing and was briefly taught by the saxophonist while studying in London, but this is the first time they've performed together in public.

Featuring new compositions by both musicians, the result is a rollercoaster set that juxtaposes languid melodies and shape-shifting grooves. Cawley and Ballamy craft searching improvisations, while bassist Sam Burgess and drummer Joshua Blackmore keep the quartet on their toes with stuttering cross-rhythms and bursts of broken swing.

Music Played

New Release

00:02

The Spike Orchestra

Gehegial

Composer: John Zorn

A World Of Piano

Contemporary Records

Curios featuring Iain Ballamy in concert at the Vortex, London on 3rd September 2015

00:10

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

Mistakes

Composer: Tom Cawley

00:18

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

Strawberries

Composer: Iain Ballamy

My Day In Music: Tom Cawley

00:31

Phineas Newborn

Daahound

Composer: Clifford Brown

A World Of Piano

Columbia

00:32

Wayne Shorter

Joy Ryder

Composer: Wayne Shorter

Joy Ryder

Columbia

Curios featuring Iain Ballamy in concert at the Vortex, London on 3rd September 2015

00:35

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

Captive

Composer: Tom Cawley

00:44

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

El Tranquilo

Composer: Iain Ballamy

00:52

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

Untitled Ballad

Composer: Tom Cawley

00:57

Tom Cawley's Curios & Iain Ballamy

What’s In A Name?

Composer: Iain Ballamy

Unsung Heroes: Sarah Gail Brand in conversation with Alex Ward

01:07

Derek Bailey & Alex Ward

Studio 1

Composer: Derek Bailey/ Alex Ward

LOCationAL

Incus

01:09

Eric Dolphy

Hypochristmutreefuzz

Composer: Misha Mengelberg

The Complete Last Recordings-In Hilversum & Paris 1964

Domino Records

01:10

Predicate

Nails

Composer: Alex Ward

Nails

Gaffer Records

01:14

Alex Ward Quintet

Glass Shelves And Floor (version 2-live)

Composer: Alex Ward

Glass Shelves And Floor

Copepod Records

Mark Lockheart Introduces Malija

01:23

Malija

Wayne’s World

Composer: Liam Noble

The Day I Had Everything

Edition Records

01:24

Malija

Mr Wrack

Composer: Liam Noble

The Day I Had Everything

Edition Records

01:25

Malija

With One Voice

Composer: Mark Lockheart

The Day I Had Everything

Edition Records

Line up:

Iain Ballamy (saxophones); Tom Cawley (piano); Sam Burgess (double bass); Joshua Blackmore (drums)


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 5 Dec 2015

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06r424d

Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests includes Scandinavian and Baltic jazz, plus further suggestions of the ten essential jazz records.

Music Played

01. Long As You Know You're Living Yours

Keith Jarrett

Composer: Jarrett

Performers: Jan Garbarek, ts; Keith Jarrett, p; Palle Danielsson, b; Jon Christensen, d.

April 1974

Keith Jarrett Selected Recordings

ECM 014 168-2 CD1 Tr.12

02. Because He Lives

Tricia Boutté with Ytre Søloens

Composer: Trad

Performers: Tricia Boutté, v; Kare Nymark Jr, t; Jan Inge Melsaeter, tb; Jens Arne Molvaer, cl; Eine Aarøo, bj; Askjell Molvaer, p; David Gald, tu; Ottar Endersen, d.

2007

Oh Mahalia

Herman Records, Tr.6

03. So I Write

Sidsel Endresen

Composer: Balke, Endresen

Performers: Sidsel Endresen, v; Nils Petter Molvær, t,fluegelhorn, percussion; Django Bates, p; Jon Christensen, perc.

June 1990

So I Write

ECM 841 776-2 Tr.1

04. Gallop

Sunna Gunnlaugs

Composer: Gunnlaugs

Performers: Sunna Gunnlaugs, p; Thorgrimur Jonsson, b; Scott McLemore, d.

2013

Distilled

Sunny/ Sky 730 Tr.5

05. Baby It's Cold Outside

Ben Webster

Composer: Loesser

Performers: Matty Peters, v; Ben Webster, ts; Danish Radio Jazz orchestra

1970

No Fool No Fun

Storyville Tr.10

06. Circle Song

Karin Krog & John Surman

Composer: Krog/ Surman

Performers: Karin Krog, v; John Surman, bcl; Ivar Kolve, vib; Bjorn Klakegg, g; Terje Geweld, b; Tom Olstad, d.

April 2013

Songs About This And That

Meantime Records MR 20 Tr.4

07. The Well

Tord Gustavsen Quartet

Composer: Gustavsen

Performers: Tore Brunborg, ts; Tord Gustavsen, p; Mats Eilartsen, b; Jarle Vespestad, d.

Feb 2011

The Well

ECM 2237 Tr.8

08. Witchi-Tai-To

Jim Pepper

Composer: Trad/ Pepper

Performers: Jim Pepper, chants, ts; John Scofield, g; Kenny Werner, kb; Hamid Drake, d; Nana Vasconcelos, perc.

1983

Comin' and Goin'

Antilles AN 8706 Tr.1

09. Looking For Ornette

Andy Sheppard

Composer: Sheppard

Performers: Andy Sheppard, reeds; Eivind Aarset, g; Michel Benita, b; Seb Richford, d.

2015

Surrounded By Sea

ECM 471 4273 Tr.12


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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Sara Wheeler

Sun 6 Dec 2015

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06r44b4

As part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season, Michael Berkeley's guest is the award-winning writer on the Polar Regions, Sara Wheeler.

Sara Wheeler spent years resisting the magnetic North. She established her reputation with books about the South Pole, where the American Government appointed her writer-in-residence: she is the only person to have slept on Captain Scott's bunk, apart from that great Antarctic explorer of course. Her book about the Antarctic became an international best-seller, and she went on to write a biography of another Antarctic explorer, Apsley Cherry-Garrard. So it was not till middle age that she realized she couldn't resist the pull of the North Pole. Her book 'The Magnetic North' draws on journeys through Russia, Canada and Greenland, staying with the people who live within the Arctic Circle. She says 'The Antarctic, with its purity and beauty, symbolizes what the earth could be; the Arctic, which is peopled and polluted, symbolizes what the earth actually is. I was desperately trying to avoid the Arctic, but I realized as the years went by that for all its problems it was too important a part of the contemporary world for a writer to ignore.'

For Private Passions, Sara Wheeler has compiled a playlist of music inspired by the sounds of the Arctic: the calls of Arctic birds, the sound of ice cracking. She includes rare archive of music made by indigenous peoples in Greenland, recorded in igloos there at the beginning of the 20th century, but very similar to the music she heard herself when travelling a few years ago. Composers include Prokofiev, Tippett, Vaughan Williams and Einojuhani Rautavaara, whose 'Cantus Arcticus' captures the sound of Arctic birds.

Music Played

00:04

Einojuhani Rautavaara

Cantus arcticus (1st mvt: The Bog)

Orchestra: Sinfonia Lahti

Conductor: Osmo Vänskä

00:13

Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev

The Battle on the Ice (Alexander Nevsky)

Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Claudio Abbado

00:24

[traditional]

Traditional Greenlandic Songs

Performer: Olga Maratse

00:37

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Sinfonia Antartica (5th mvt: Epilogue)

Orchestra: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor: Vernon Handley

00:51

Sir Michael Tippett

The Ice Break (Act 3: Who holds me tight around the waist?)

Singer: Heather Harper

Orchestra: London Sinfonietta

Conductor: David Atherton


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

Northern Lights: The North Pole

Sun 6 Dec 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06r4615

Olivia Williams and Charles Edwards go on a literary journey to the North Pole through texts by A. A. Milne, Jules Verne and Pindar, and including music by Rautavaara, Nystroem and Tanya Tagaq. Part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season.

Producer's Note

As part of Northern Lights on Radio 3, this edition of Words and Music looks at the most northerly point of our planet: the North Pole, in both its geographical and magnetic sense. It’s a place that has captured the imagination of explorers from Robert Peary, the American citizen who became the first man to ‘claim the Arctic gold’, to Ranulph Fiennes and the Norwegian Salomon August Andrée, who ambitiously set out from Spitsbergen to reach the North Pole by hot air balloon with tragic consequences. All these explorers play a part in this programme, together with Frankenstein travelling north of St Petersburg to icy climes and Winnie the Pooh on his ‘expotition’ to the North Pole.

The North Pole is located on an ice sheet afloat the Arctic Ocean, but no longer seems as unobtainable in our globalized world. It is now possible to engage in Arctic tourism and the North Pole has even hosted an international golf tournament. Jules Verne foreshadows man’s desire to own a piece of the North Pole in his fictional auction of the ‘land’.

Whilst the reality of the North Pole is one the most inhospitable places on Earth, with its harsh climate and utterly barren landscape of ice, the idea of travelling as far north as possible has lent itself to a romantic vision since the 1st century AD. The early histories of Herodotus, Hesiod, Homer, and Pliny the Elder claimed that the Hyperboreans were a joyful people who lived beyond the North Wind. Pindar too wrote about the fabulous gatherings of the Hyperboreans and their carefree lives filled with wonderful frolics and bounteous feasts.

A spiritual romanticism about the Northern Lights also characterizes the far North in Sufi mysticism. The dawning of light in the cosmic North, and of the Midnight Sun in particular, represents the impartial but brilliant light of Truth. Berber mythology also depicts the North Pole as the perilous gleaming mountain, al-Jabal al-Lamma, which looms on the furthest point of the earth, lying in a mist-shrouded land of ice and circled by flocks of white birds.

There is neither a distinct music culture in the North Pole nor much music specifically about it. This edition of Words and Music does, however, use music entirely from the Northern Lights countries, and particularly music that captures the frozen landscape, the misty halo of freezing air that hovers above the ice on the wide almost-circular horizons, the biting winds and the frenzied arctic seascapes. Above all, it sounds cold!

The musicians closest to the North Pole are Inuit and the programme begins with the Canadian Inuk singer, Tanya Tagaq, singing her hauntingly beautiful and chilly-sounding song, Howl. The Kronos Quartet also plays a wild Inuit Throat Song to accompany the mythical Hyperboreans dancing and reveling beyond the North Wind. Another musical tradition from the far north comes from Norwegian Yoiking and the programme ends with Nils-Aslak Valkeapaa performing a traditional yoik, Kemi lea Kemi.

Much of the classical music, from Lars-Erik Larsson to Sorensen, and Tveitt to Rautavaara, uses wind music – particularly for flute or recorder – that captures the sense of the howling arctic wind. At the centre of the programme, Nystroem’s Ishavet refers directly to the ferocious Arctic Ocean.

I have also used music made from recordings of landscapes beyond the Arctic Circle. Terje Isungset makes music out of his own ice percussion and has recorded in igloos in the far north of Sweden and Norway. Two of his compositions take part in this programme: Ice Talks and Ice Memories. John Luther Adams is also preoccupied with the arctic landscapes of the far northern part of Canada, and his piece, Where the Waves Splash, Hitting Again and Again, follows Frankinstein in his journey northwards. Chris Watson’s Weather Report is made from recordings at Vatnajökull, the Vatna Glacier of Iceland, which depicts the 10.000 year climatic journey of ice formed deep within this Icelandic glacier and its lingering flow into the Norwegian Sea.

Elizabeth Arno (producer)

Music Played

00:00

Tanya Tagaq

Howl (Animism)

Performer: Tanya Tagaq (Canadian Inuk singer).

Six Shooter Records Tr.7.

Valerie Worth

Magnet, read by Charles Edwards

William Ellery Leonard

Ultima Thule (For Commander Peary), read by Olivia Williams

00:04

ISUNGSET

Ice Memories

Performer: Terje Isungset & The Nature (ice-pure frozen water instruments).

ALL ICE NORWAY 2010 Tr.11.

Robert Peary

The North Pole (extract from Chapter 1), read by Charles Edwards

00:07

LARS-ERIK LARSSON, arr. JERKER JOHANSSON

Epilog

Performer: Goran Marcusson (flute), Camerata Roman.

INTIM IMCD023 Tr.11.

Arthur Davison Ficke

12 (Epitaph for the Poet 5: [A Hymn to Intellectual Beauty])read by Olivia Williams

00:11

LAURIDSEN

O Nata Lux (Lux Aeterna)

Performer: Nordic chamber Choir, Nicol Matt (conductor).

BAYER RECORDS 100 305 CD Tr.8.

00:16

TVEITT

Fanfara funebra. Andante, deciso (Sinfonietta di soffiatori)

Performer: Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, Clark Rundell (conductor).

CHANDOS CHAN10038 Tr.11.

Jules Verne

The Purchase of the North Pole (extract), read by Charles Edwards

00:21

RAUTAVAARA

Dances with the Winds

Performer: Petri Alanko (flutes), Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä (conductor).

BIS CD 687 Tr.4.

Shuzo Takiguchi, translated by Mary Jo Band and Yuki Tanaka

Rene Magritte, read by Olivia Williams

Mary Shelley

Frankenstein (extract from Letter 1, Ste. Petersburgh, Dec.11th 17-), read by Charles Edwards

00:27

John Luther Adams

Where the Waves Splash, Hitting Again and Again

Performer: John Luther Adams and Musicians.

NEW WORLD 804592 Tr.10.

Maxine W. Kumin

Sonnets Uncorseted, read by Olivia Williams

00:29

Derek Charke

Inuit Throat Song (22 Inuit Throat Song Games)

Performer: Kronos Quartet.

Centrediscs CMCCD 21015 Tr.2.

00:29

NYSTROEM

Adagio (Ishavet (La mer arctique))

Performer: Malmo Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Jarvi (conductor).

BIS CD 682 Tr.1.

Pliny the Elder, translated by John Healey

Natural History 4.88, read by Charles Edwards

Pindar

Pythian 10, read by Olivia Williams

A. A. Milne

Robin Leads an Expotition to the North Pole (extract), read by Olivia Williams

00:42

ARTO JARVELA

Kayden

Performer: JPP.

OArtCD4 Tr.8.

00:46

Chris Watson

Vatnajökull (Weather Report) (extract)

Performer: The 10,000 year climatic journey of ice formed deep within this Icelandic glacier and its lingering flow into the Norwegian Sea.

TOUCH TO47 Tr.3.

Ranulph Fiennes

Cold, read by Charles Edwards

00:47

ISUNGSET

Ice Talks

Performer: Terje Isungset (ice-pure frozen water instruments).

ALL ICE NORWAY2010 Tr.7.

00:51

NYSTROEM

White Land

Performer: Miah Persson (soprano), Roger Vignoles (piano).

HYPERION CDA67329 Tr.20.

Randall Jarrell

90 North, read by Olivia Williams

00:55

SORENSEN

Whispering (2014)

Performer: Michala Petri (recorder), Lapland Chamber Orchestra.

OUR Recordings 6.220613 Tr.1.

Henry Corbin

The Man of Light in Iranian Sufism (extract), read by Charles Edwards

Mythology (Berber/ Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia) in Harold Scheub

Irgam Yigfagna (al-Jabal al-Lamma), the Gleaming Mountain, read by Olivia Williams

01:05

JOHN OLE MORKEN, OLAV MJELVA & ANNLAUG BORSHEIM

Fjellvåk (Mountain Bird)

Performer: The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc.

ETNISK MUSIKKLUBB EM98 Tr.9.

01:08

Chris Watson

Vatnajökull (Weather Report) (extract)

Performer: The 10,000 year climatic journjey of ice formed deep within this Icelandic glacier and its lingering flow into the Norwegian Sea.

TOUCH TO47 Tr.3.

Alec Wilkinson

The Ice Balloon (extract), read by Charles Edwards

01:10

TRADITIONAL YOIK

Kemi lea Kemi

Performer: Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, Johan Anders Baer, Seppo Paakkunainen, Esa Kotilainen.

DATCD 17 Tr.2.

John Davies of Hereford

To the Right Honorable Earle of Cumberland, read by Olivia Williams

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