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08:02

ウィークエンドサンシャイン

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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: 2017年 9月 9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. Rikki Don't Lose That Number / Steely Dan // Pretzel Logic

02. Black Man Ray / China Crisis // Flaunt The Imperfection

03. Satellites / Rickie Lee Jones // Flying Cowboys

04. Show Biz Kids / Rickie Lee Jones // It's Like This

05. Pearl Of The Quarter / Boz Scaggs // Memphis

06. Your Gold Teeth / Steely Dan // Countdown To Ecstasy

07. Do It Again / Terry Callier // Turn You To Love

08. Trans-Island Skyway / Donald Fagen // Kamakiriad

09. Book Of Liars / Walter Becker // 11 Tracks Of Whack

10. Reelin' In The Years / Steely Dan // Alive In America

11. Cousin Dupree / Steely Dan // Two Against Nature

12. Were You Blind That Day / Luciana Souza // The New Bossa Nova

13. I’m All Right / Madeleine Peyroux // Half The Perfect World

14. Bob Is Not Your Uncle Anymore / Walter Becker // Circus Money

15. Slang Of Ages / Steely Dan // Everything Must Go


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: 2017年 9月 9日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− 腕の音楽 −

楽曲

テイラーメイド

ゴンチチ

(1分46秒)

EPIC REC. ESCL3738>

「ジーズ・アームズ・オブ・マイン」

オーティス・レディング

(2分28秒)

<WEA 35XD-649>

「リンガー・イン・マイ・アームズ・ア・リトル・ロンガー・ベイビー」

ザ・フォンテーン・シスターズ

(2分59秒)

<FUTURE NOISE MUSIC FVDD094>

「ホエン・ライツ・アー・ロウ、リンガー・イン・マイ・アームズ」

カラブリア・フォーティ

(4分22秒)

キングレコード KICJ526>

「3つのバイオリンのためのソナタ

(作曲)

バイオリン)サイモン・スタンデイジ

バイオリンキャサリンマッキントッシュ

バイオリン)ジョン・ホロウェイ

(3分36秒)

ポリドール POCL-3300>

「腕を貸して」

アマリア・ロドリゲス

(2分25秒)

<SOM LIVRE/EVC VSL-1136-2>

「心の腕」

ボニー・プリンス・ビリー

(3分27秒)

<PALACE REC. PCD24220>

「ブギー・ムギー」

ジャンピエーロ・ボネスキー

(3分03秒)

配信 NO NUMBER>

「恋人の腕」

フィンランド カレリア地方の現地録音

(1分39秒)

ポリグラム POCL-4473>

「金の腕輪」

レ・アンバサドゥール・ドゥ・モテール・ド・バマコ

(4分56秒)

<STERNS AFRICA STCD3065>

「あなたの腕に包まれて」

チーデム・アスラン

(3分43秒)

<ASPHAIT TANGO REC. CD-ATR4313>

「ユー・キャント・プット・ユア・アームズ・アラウンド・ア・メモリー」

サラ・ジェーン・モリス

(3分15秒)

<VICTOR VICP-62412>

ビーズと腕輪」

ショーティー・ロジャース

(3分07秒)

WARNER BROS. WPCR-27927>

「キャリーズ・トランス

高柳昌行

(5分18秒)

SONY MUSIC THCD-236>

「細うで繁盛記」

(語り)新珠三千代

(3分16秒)

コロムビアミュージック COCP-32213>

「私の腕の中に」

シャルル・アズナヴール

(3分45秒)

東芝EMI TOCP-65120>

「腕をゆらゆら」

シド・バレット

(2分04秒)

東芝EMI TOCP-65765>

「「鉄腕アトム」テーマソング、アトム登場、エレクトリックサウンド「アトムのBGM」A」

鉄腕アトム・音の世界』から

(3分55秒)

日本伝統文化振興財団 VZCG-712>

「バック・イン・ベイビーズ・アームズ」

パッツィー・クライン

(2分04秒)

MCA B0001791-02>

バンブー・チェアー」

ゴンチチ

(4分15秒)

EPIC REC. ESCB1901>

「イン・マイ・ライフ」

ボーイズ・ツー・メン

(2分32秒)

ACE CDCHD1483>

「トラ」

トー・リブレ

(5分09秒)

<LIBRA REC. 103-040>


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 9 Sep 2017

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0948frr

In today's selection from listeners' emails and letters, Alyn Shipton picks music from across all styles and periods of jazz, including a memory of the singer Little Jimmy Scott, who was one of the few jazz vocalists to have a countertenor range, and who died in 2014.

Music Played

01. Dans Les Ruse D'Antibes

Olivier Franc & Rene Franc

Composer: Sidney Bechet

Performers: Oliver Franc, Rene Franc, ss; Philippe Bas, p; unknown, b and d.

1994

Hommage à Sidney Bechet

Rene and Olivier Franc Tr.12

02. The Basin Street Blues

Louis Armstrong

Composer: Williams

Performers: Louis Armstrong, t, v; Barney Bigard, cl; Trummy Young, tb; Bud Freeman, ts; Billy Kyle, p; Arvell Shaw, b; Kenny John, d.

1954

Glenn Miller Original Soundtrack

Coral 1008 Side A Tr.5

03. Down The Road A-Piece

Freddie Slack

Composer: Raye

Performers: Freddie Slack, p; Doc Golderg, b; Ray McKinley, d; Don Raye, v.

1940

Down The Road A-Piece

Fantastic Voyage, Tr.6

04. Single Petal of a Rose

Joe Temperley

Composer: Ellington

Performers: Joe Temperley, bs; Brian Lemon, p; Dave Green, b; Martin Drew, d.

Concerto For Joe

Hep 2062 Tr.6

05. Misterioso

Sonny Rollins

Composer: Monk

Performers: Sonny Rollins, ts; J J Johnson, tb; Thelonious Monk, Horace Silver, p; Paul Chambers, b; Art Blakey. d.

14 April 1957

The Best of Sonny Rollins

Blue Note 7 93203 2 Tr.4

06. Jean De Fleur

Grant Green

Composer: Green

Performers: Grant Green, g; Joe Henderson, ts; Bobby Hutcherson, vib; Duke Pearson, p; Bob Cranshaw, b; Al Harewood, d.

Idle Moments

Blue Note 24349 90032 Tr.2

07. I'll Be Around

Barry Green & Dave Green

Composer: Wilder

Performers: Barry Green, p; Dave Green, b.

2010

Turn Left At Monday

Moletone 002735 Tr.1

08. Collaboration

Stan Kenton

Composers: Rugolo/ Kenton

Performers: Ed Leddy, Maynard Ferguson, Pete Candoli, Sam Noto, Don Paladino, t; Bob Fitzpatrick, Milt Bernhardt, Carl Fontana, Kent Larsen, tb; Don Kelly, btb; Lennie Niehaus, Skeets Hurfurt, Vido Musso, Bill Perkins, Spencer Sinatra, Jack Nimitz, reeds; Stan Kenton, p; Ralph Blaze, g; Don Bagkeym, b; Mel Lewis, d.

Artistry In Rhythm

Avid 912 CD Tr.5

09. I Wish I Knew

Jimmy Scott

Composers: Gordon/ Warren

Performers: Jimmy Scott, v; David Newman, ts; Junior Mance, p; Billy Butler, Eric Gale, g; Ron Carter, b; Bruno Carr, d.

1970

The Source

Atlantic 8242 Side 1 Tr.4

10. Storyville Blues

Chris Barber

Composer: Pinkard

Performers: Pat Halcox, t; Monty Sunshine, cl; Chris Barber, tb; Lonnie Donegan, bj; Jim Bray, b; Ron Bowden, d.

The Complete Decca Sessions 1954/55

Lake 141/2 CD2 Tr.5

11. I'll Be Seeing You

Billie Holiday

Composers: Kahal/ Fain

Performers: Billie Holiday, v; Doc Cheatham, t; Vic Dickenson, tb; Lem Davis, as; Eddie Heywood, p; Teddy Walters, g; John Simmons, b; Sid Catlett, d.

April 1944

The Billie Holiday Story

Proper Properbox 26 CD3 Tr.25


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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The Great Escape

Sun 10 Sep 2017

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b094k54g

Words and Music on the theme of The Great Escape with readers Adrian Dunbar and Jade Anouka. The idea of escape is explored in poetry and prose, from the terror of a monstrous battle in Seamus Heaney's Beowulf, to the thrilling Prisoner of War break-out in Paul Brickhill's novel The Great Escape. But there's also the more existential desire to escape one's gender or relationship, dealt with by the likes of Christina Rossetti, Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. Then there's the escape we find in sleep and eventually death, explored by Shakespeare and Yeats. Mirroring the mood of our escapees is a soundtrack which features everything from Dowland to Ligeti, Elena Kaats-Chernin to Vaughan Williams.

Producer's Note

When I made this programme the summer holidays were almost upon us and the thought of escape was much on my mind. In this edition I’ve tried to explore how the idea of escape frames many of our relationships and fears – as well as our hopes. From Emily Dickinson’s “ flying attitude” at the very mention of escape to Paul Brickhill’s thrilling description of one of the most daring escapes of the second world war; from the claustrophobic relationship described in Sylvia Plath’s The Rabbit Catcher to Margaret Attwood’s sinister The Landlady. Mussorgsky’s Night on a Bald Mountain accompanies two tales of escape from sinister forces: Roald Dahl’s depiction of a boy fleeing the Grand High Witch and Seamus Heaney’s Beowolf escaping the grip of the monster Grendel. Siegfried Sassoon brings a note of euphoria with his description of battle-wearied soldiers escaping the misery of war through song, musically matched by Vaughan Williams’ soaring Let all the world in every corner sing. Lucy Honeychurch from E.M Forster’s Room With a View also uses music as a means of escape, playing Beethoven lifts her out of the polite and constricted society she inhabits. Christina Rossetti and Nina Simone explore the desire to escape the constraints of gender and race while Robert Service takes a rye stance on escaping his offspring during the holidays. Sleep as a means of escape is masterfully dealt with by Shakespeare in Henry IV Part 2 and by Dowland in his song Come Heavy Sleep. The final section of the programme explores the idea of the ultimate escape: from this life into the next, from the bodily life to the spiritual. Larkin’s melancholy reflection on the inevitability of death in Aubade is followed by one of his own Desert Island Discs choices, Bessy Smith’s I'm Down In The Dumps. We finish with Sara Teasdale finding liberation in the escape death provides: “Life is my lover—I shall leave the dead If there is any way to baffle death.” That vital, affirmatory vision finds musical expression in John Adams’ On The Dominant Divide from Grand Pianola Music.

Music Played

00:00

Elena Kaats-Chernin

Butterflying

Performer: Sarah Nicolls (piano), Nicola Sweeney (violin)

SIGNUM SIGCD058 Tr.13

Emily Dicksinson

I Never Hear The Word 'Escape' read by Jade Anouka

Paul Brickhill

Extract from The Great Escape read by Adrian Dunbar

00:00

Aaron Copland

Billy the Kid - suite, no.5; Gun battle

Performer: New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (conductor)

SONY SMK63082 Tr.17

00:00

Bob Dylan

Drifter’s Escape

Performer: Bob Dylan

THIS CAME FROM DESKTOP JUKEBOX!!

Roald Dahl

Extract from The Witches read by Jade Anouka

00:00

Modest Mussorgsky

Extract from Night on a Bald Mountain

Performer: Mariinsky Orchestra, Valery Gergiev (conductor)

MARIINSKY MAR 0553 Tr.20

Seamus Heaney

Beowulf

Siegfried Sasson

Everyone Sang read by Adrian Dunbar

00:00

Ralph Vaughan Williams

5 Mystical songs, no.5; Antiphon (Let all the world)

Performer: Corydon Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best

HYPERION CDS44322 Tr.6

E. M Forster

Extract from A Room With A View read by Jade Anouka

00:00

Beethoven

Sonata for piano no.32 (Op.111) in C minor, 1st mvt; Maestoso - allegro...

Performer: Eric Heidsieck (piano)

EMI 387757-2 Tr.9

00:00

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dark Pastoral for cello and orchestra (final section)

Performer: Guy Johnston (cello), Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Martin Yates (conductor)

DUTTON CDLX7289 Tr.10

Sylvia Plath

The Rabbit Catcher read by Sylvia Plath

D.H Lawrence

Escape read by Jade Anouka

00:00

Nina Simone

How I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free

Performer: GOT THIS FROM DESKTOP JUKE BOX

Christina Rossetti

00:00

Clara Schumann

Piano Trio in G minor, last Mvt

Performer: Antje Weithaas (violin), Tanja Tetzlaff (cello), Gunilla Sussmann (piano)

AVI MUSIC AVI8553294 Tr.2

00:00

Purcell

Extract from Fantasia in G minor in 7 parts ‘In Nomine’

Performer: Fretwork

MARMONIA MUNDI HMU907502 Tr.15

Shakespeare

Extract from Henry V read by Adrian Dunbar

00:00

John Dowland

Come Heavy Sleep

Performer: Iestyn Davies (countertenor), Thomas Dunford (lute)

HYPERION CDA68007 Tr.19

Margaret Attwood

The Landlady

00:00

György Ligeti

L'escalier du diable

Performer: Jeremy Denk (piano)

NONESUCH 7559-79621-9 Tr.15

Robert Service

My Holiday read by Adrian Dunbar

00:00

Cliff Richard

Summer Holiday

Performer: GOT THIS FROM DESKTOP JUKE BOX

00:00

Francis Poulenc

Aubade: (vii) Conclusion. Adagio

Performer: Louis Lortie (piano), BBC Philharmonic, Edward Gardner (conductor)

CHANDOS CHAN 10875 Tr.10

Philip Larkin

Aubade read by Jade Anouka

00:01

Bessy Smith

Down in the Dumps

Performer: GOT THIS FROM DESKTOP JUKE BOX

Yeats

Sailing to Byzantium read by Adrian Dunbar

Sara Teasdale

Since There Is No Escape read by Jade Anouka

00:01

John Adams

Extract from Grand Pianola Music (Part II ‘On the dominant divide’)

Performer: San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor)

SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY SFS 21938 0063-2 Tr.9

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