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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12月 2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. Getting Ready For Christmas Day / Paul Simon // So Beautiful Or So What

02. The Thoughts Of Mary Jane / Nick Drake // Time Of No Reply

03. Which Will / Lucinda Williams // This Sweet Old World

04. Six Blocks Away / Lucinda Williams // This Sweet Old World

05. I've Got To See You Again / Norah Jones // Recorded live at the Loreto Theater at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in New York City

06. Flipside / Norah Jones // Recorded live at the Loreto Theater at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in New York City

07. Yeh-Yeh! / Lambert, Hendricks & Bavan // Georgie Fame Heard Them Here First

08. Round Midnight / Miles Davis // 'Round About Midnight

09. My Back Pages / Keith Jarrett Trio // Somewhere Before

10. Sell Me A Diamond / David Crosby // Sky Trails

11. Amelia / David Crosby // Sky Trails

12. Shumba / Thomas Mapfumo // Shumba - Vital Hits Of Zimbabwe

13. Rachenitsa / Country For Syria


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12月 2日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

渡辺亨

− サンの音楽 −

楽曲

「サン」

ゴンチチ

(3分00秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1406>

「サン・ホセへの道」

ボサ・リオ

(2分45秒)

<A&M REC. D18Y4110>

アクロスザ・サン

ラーシュ・ダニエルソン

(4分09秒)

<ビデオアーツ・ミュージック VACG-1006>

「フィーリョス」

アルトゥール・ヴェロカイ、イヴァン・リンス

(3分02秒)

<VILLAGE AGAIN VIA-0064>

組曲「動物の謝肉祭」から序奏とライオンの行進、終曲」

(作曲)サン=サーンス

ピアノマルタ・アルゲリッチ、(ピアノネルソンフレイレ、(バイオリンギドン・クレーメル、(チェロ)ミーシャ・マイスキー、ほか

(4分11秒)

PHILIPS PHCP-3136>

サンフランシスコガール

フィーバー・トゥリー

(3分28秒)

<UNIVERSAL CITY REC. 55060>

「アイ・ファウンド・ア・ニュー・ベイビー」

ザ・ベニー・グッドマンセクステットチャーリー・クリスチャン

(3分02秒)

SONY MUSIC C4K 65564>

「三個夢」

テレサ・テン

(2分30秒)

<(株)トーラス・レコード TACL-2362>

「コントルダーンス・ヌメロ・サンク」

ヌムール・ジャン・バチスト

(4分02秒)

<ボンバレコード BOM2009>

「サァンサ・シサンセ」

クリス・ハーンブウィーラ

(2分11秒)

<アオラコーポレーション BNSCD598>

「ボ・タ・クール」

ジョヴィノ・ドス・サントス

(3分39秒)

<OSTINATO REC. OSTCD002>

「サン・ロレンゾ・タヴァナヘル」

メキシコ・チアバス地方チナカンタン現地録音

(3分35秒)

<FREMEAUX&ASSOIES FA5252>

「サン・オブ・サンダー」

ジャンゴ・ダンス・バンド

(6分24秒)

<COMB&RAZOR SOUND CRZR1003-CD>

「ヒドゥン・ジェイビー」

ジャンピエーロ・ボネスキー

(3分12秒)

<NO INFORMATION NO NUMBER>

ハイサイおじさん

フレンチ、フリス、カイザー、トンプソン

(2分39秒)

RHINO REC. RNCD-70831>

「サンシャワーズ

エム・アイ・エー

(3分13秒)

<XL REC. XLT187>

「ブギー・ボッパー」

サン

(3分18秒)

<BGO REC. BGOCD1225>

「ア・ドラゴンフライ・イン・ザ・シティー」

サン・グリッターズ

(4分24秒)

<LEBEN STRASSE REC. KM004>

「太陽のあたる場所」

エンゲルベルト・フンパーディンク

(2分40秒)

<POLYDOR POCD-1534>

「ヨシコと歩けば」

林家三平

(2分42秒)

東芝EMI TOCT-6659>

「サンセット・サザナミ」

マサヒコ・ミカミ、マサヨシ・フジタ

(3分24秒)

<IN THE GARDEN SITGR-0001>

「オン・ザ・ウォーターフロント

レオン・ラッセル

(3分54秒)

<PALMETTO SICX93>

「ハナウタ」

マダムギター

(4分05秒)

<NYON REC. NJ-006>


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 2 Dec 2017

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09h34vt

Alyn Shipton with your requests in all styles and from all periods of jazz, including this week a track featuring the British trumpeter Bert Courtley.

Music Played

01. You Call It Joggin'

Mose Allison

Composer: Loudermilk

Performers: Mose Allison, p, v; Steve Masakowski, g; Billy Huntingdon, b; Tony Dagradi, ts; John Vidacovich, d.

1989

My Backyard

Blue Note CDP 7 93840 2 Tr.2

Ten Fingers One Voice

Ten Fingers One Voice

02. Joy Spring

Billy Taylor

Composer: Brown

Performer: Billy Taylor, p.

1998

Ten Fingers - One Voice

Arkadia Jazz 71602 Tr.2

03. Nana

John Patitucci

Composer: De Falla

Performers: John Patitucci, b; Adam Rogers, g.

2006

Line By Line

Concord 30003 Tr.6

04. Five Flat Flurry

Harry Hayes

Composer: Hayes

Performers: Harry Hayes, as; Norman Stenfalt, p; Archie Slavin, g; Tommy Bromley, b; George Fierstone, d.

13 Dec 1944

N/A

HMV

05. Stompin' at the Savoy

Courtley-Seymour Orchestra

Composers: Sampson/ Goodman

Performers: Bert Courtley, George Boocock, Al Spooner, Doug Taylor, t; Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey, tb; Jimmy Walker, as; Norman Hunt, Jack Massey, ts; Gery Gerke, bs; Don Innes, p; Jack Seymour, b; Dougie Cooper, d.

10 November 1956

3rd Festival of British Jazz

Decca DFE 6380 Side B

06. Merry Go Round

Chris Barber

Composer: Ellington

Performers: Pat Halcox, Mike Henry, t; Chris Barber, Bob Hunt, tb; Mike Snelling, Richard Exall, Tony Carter, reeds; Joe Farler, bj; Dave Green, b; John Sutton, d.

2007

Barber at Blenheim

Chris Barber Collection 4004 Tr.3

07. Bourbon Street Parade

Young Tuxedo Brass Band

Composer: Barbarin

Performers: John Casimir, e flat cl; Andy Anderson, John Brunoius, Fernandez Walters, t; Clem Tervalon, Jim Robinson, cl; Herma Shermanm, as; Andrew Morgan, ts; Wilbert Tillman, tu; Emil Knox, b, d; Paul Barbarin, sn d.

1958

Atlantic New Orleans Jazz Sessions

Mosaic MD4-179 CD1 Tr.5

08. All The Gals Like the Way I Ride

Percy Humphrey

Composer: Ory

Performers: Percy Humphrey, t; Albert Burbank, cl; Louis Nelson, tb; Emanuel Sayles, bj; Joe James, b; Cié Frazier, d.

1961

Percy Humphrey’s Crescent City Joymakers

Riverside RLP 378 Side B Tr.3

09. Maloyan Devil

Bob Brozman & Djeli Moussa Diawara

Composer: Trad

Performers: Bob Brozman, ; Djeli Moussa Diawara

African Blues

Rough Music Guides 1186 Tr.11

10. Norwegian Wood

Buddy Rich

Composers: Lennon/ McCartney

Performers: Bobby Shew, Charles Findley, Yoshito Murakami, John Scottile, t; Jim Trimble, Ron Myers, Bill Wimberely, tb; Quinn Davis, Ernie Watts, Marty Flax, Jay Corre, Robert Keller, reeds; Richard Resnicoff, g; Ray Starling, p; Jim Gannon, b; Buddy Rich, d.

1967

Big Swing Face

Pacific Jazz CDP 7243 8 37989 2 6 Tr.1

11. The Ruby and the Pearl

Branford Marsalis

Composers: Evans/ Livingston

Performers: Branford Marsalis, ss; Joey Calderazzo, p; Eric Revis, b; Jeff Tain Watts, d.

2004

Eternal

Rounder 11661 3309-2 Tr.1

12. Kansas City Stomps

Jelly Roll Morton

Composer: Morton

Performers: Ward Pinkett, t; Geechie Fields, tb; Omer Simeon, vl; Lee Blair, bj; Jelly Roll Morton, p; Bill Benford, tu; Tommy Benford, d.

11 June 1928

The Essential Collection

Avid 890 CD1 Tr.22

13. Early Autumn

Jo Stafford

Composers: Mercer/ Burns/ Herman

Performers: Jo Stafford, v; Paul Weston Orchestra

N/A

Columbia DO 3556 Side B


Geoffrey Smith's Jazz

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his love of jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective.

Each programme take us through his personally-selected playlist of tracks. It's loosely-themed; maybe a great artist, a jazz style or something more off-the-wall. But that serves as just the start of a fascinating journey to the heart of the music Geoffrey is so passionate about.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h5z0s

Joe Lovano

Sun 3 Dec 2017

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09h358w

Approaching his sixty-fifth birthday, Joe Lovano is the saxophonist's saxophonist. A master of tenor, soprano and alto, he's renowned for authority and invention across a spectrum of styles from funk to free, combos to chamber groups. Geoffrey Smith salutes a true contemporary virtuoso.

Music Played

01. But Not For Me

Paul Motian

Paul Motian on Broadway Vol.2, Tr.4

JMT

02. The Owl And The Fox

Joe Lovano

Landmarks, Tr.1

Bluenote

03. Body And Soul

Joe Lovano

From the Soul, Tr.4

Blue Note

04. Rush Hour On 23rd Street

Joe Lovano

Rush Hour, Tr.5

Blue Note

05. New York Fascination

Joe Lovano

Trio Fascination Edition One, Tr.1

Blue Note

06. On A Misty Night

Joe Lovano

52nd Street Themes, Tr.2

Blue Note

07. Alone Together

Joe Lovano

Joyous Encounter, Tr.4

EMI

08. Emperor Jones

Joe Lovano

Symphonica, Tr.1

Bluenote

09. Blue Sketches

Joe Lovano

Streams of Expression, Tr.6

Bluenote


Private Passions

Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnv3

Susan Richards

Sun 3 Dec 2017

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09h2v5m

Susan Richards, writer and commentator on contemporary Russia, talks to Michael Berkeley about her fascination with the country and her passion for 20th-century Russian music.

Susan's first book, Epics of Everyday Life, was about the euphoric period after the collapse of communism. She travelled all over Russia to try to find out how ordinary people were coping with the discovery that they'd been so comprehensively lied to for so long. Her second book, sixteen years in the writing, was Lost and Found in Russia, and it described the collective nervous breakdown that took place after that. Both books are a testimony to her fascination with the lives of ordinary Russians - and a celebration of friendship. They also include hair-raising encounters with the KGB and the Mafia.

A Founding Editor of OpenDemocracy, set up in 2001 to encourage democratic debate around the world, Susan is also the co-founder, with her husband the television producer Roger Graef, of Bookaid, which has sent more than a million books to Russian public libraries.

Susan's music takes us on a journey from pre-revolutionary Russia to the early 21st century, with pieces by Scriabin, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Stravinsky, and the contemporary composer Sofia Gubaidulina. And we hear music inspired by a Siberian forest, and a singer Susan first met during a hair-raising encounter with the mafia.

Producer: Jane Greenwood

A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:05

Iegor Reznikoff

Grand Magnificat (Liturgie Fondamentale)

Singer: Iegor Reznikoff

00:10

Alexander Scriabin

Piano Sonata no.9, Op.68

Performer: Vladimir Horowitz

00:19

Igor Stravinsky

The Rite of Spring

Orchestra: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

00:28

Dmitri Shostakovich

Cello Sonata in D minor, Op.40 (2nd mvt: Allegro)

Performer: Daniil Borisovich Shafran

Performer: Dmitri Shostakovich

00:36

Sergei Prokofiev

Piano Sonata No.7, Op.83 (1st mvt: Allegro inquieto)

Performer: Sviatoslav Richter

00:48

Elena Kamburova

Poem by Vladimir Vysotsky

Singer: Elena Kamburova

00:56

Sofia Gubaidulina

Et Expecto

Performer: Geir Draugsvoll


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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Foxes and Wolves

Sun 3 Dec 2017

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09hlx8v

Alison Steadman and Tim Dutton read from Aesop to Sarah Hall, Rudyard Kipling to Roald Dahl, with music from Janáček and Mozart to Sondheim and Jimi Hendrix in a programme exploring the wolves as both wild and nurturing, foxes as both cunning and prey.

Producer's Notes: Foxes and the countryside

Fox-hunting with horses and hounds was popular in Austria in Mozart’s day and his famous Horn Concerto No 4 featured the Jagdhorn or Waldhorn (hunting horn) which, around 1700, had made its way from being a horn, coiled in a circle to fit over the shoulder of a huntsman, to an orchestral instrument. The galloping rhythm and calls of the horn in the music evoke the hunt.

Roald Dahl’s ‘The Fantastic Mr Fox’ looks, from the animal’s point of view, at farmers’ attempts to control foxes with guns; Mr Fox employing his craftiness to outwit them. Meanwhile the more traditional method of fox-hunting is referenced in Robin Milford”s Orchestral Interlude ‘Mr John Peel Passes By’, Peel being the early 19th century Cumberland farmer and master of hounds. Famously, according to the song he rode in a ‘coat so gay’ which alludes to the red coats or ‘pink’ traditionally worn by fox-hunters. It is the social snobbery associated with the hunt that makes Siegfried Sassoon so self-conscious in the extract from his ‘Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man’, a novel first published in1928.

The annual Hunt Ball would surely have included a polka and one such is the ‘At The Hunt Polka’ by Johann Strauss from a 1875 operetta ‘Cagliostro in Wien’ which not only features hunting calls on the horn but gunshots.

Nic Jones’s version of the traditional folk song ‘Reynard the Fox’ also takes the fox’s view of the hunt - “And it's down for the stoney valleys I run, And the bloody dogs they followed me”. Once again firearms are involved.

The 17th century English poet and Vicar Robert Herrick took the English countryside for much of his is subject matter. His poem ‘The Country Life’ views the relationship between livestock and their predators more from the herder’s side seeing foxes and wolves as a threat to the peaceful bucolic order of things. But foxes are not just a rural animal. Barb Jungr’s song ‘Urban Fox’ expresses the way the fox’s natural stealth has translated to a city.

The attempts of foxes to use their cleverness to catch their prey and get their way, and sometimes failing, has long been a fascination for storytellers and Aesop in his fables from ancient Greece often made them the subject of his moral tales. There is ‘The Fox and the Cock’, ‘The Fox and the Crow’, ‘The Fox and the Crane’, ‘The Fox and the Goat’, ‘The Fox and the Hedgehog’ and this one, ‘The Fox and the Vine’, which gives us the expression ‘sour grapes’.

Wolves in imagination and fear

‘The Three Little Pigs’ is a children’s story, published in the 1840s but probably originating in an earlier time, in which a wolf tries to blow down pigs’ houses built of materials which are wolf-proof to varying degrees. The song ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf’ was written for the 1933 Disney cartoon ‘Three Little Pigs’ based on the legend and, thirty years later, inspired the title of Edward Albee’s play ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’. And the scariness of wolves to children is brought up to date in Richard Edward’s poem ‘A Wolf in the Park’.

Blues singer Chester Burnett was apparently given the name Howlin’ Wolf by his grandfather who would scare the boy with tales of wolves in the Mississippi woods as a warning to behave. In later life he seems pleased to present himself as a wolf as he sings ‘I’m a Wolf’. Wolves as a focus of childhood imagination are the theme of Frank Stanford’s 1979 poem ‘The Wolves’ in which the youths actually want to become the creatures in their imagination.

John Barry’s score from the film ‘Dances with Wolves’ provides a backdrop to an extract from ‘The Wolf Border’ by Sarah Hall in which, fictionally, wolves are reintroduced to Cumbria with the opposition of frightened locals. Here they are being monitored in an enclosure prior to release. A masque by Thomas Lupo, (which of course means wolf) who wrote music for the viol consort in the late 16th and early 17th century, leads into another passage written by Sarah Hall - this time about a fox.

Foxes and women

‘Mrs Fox’ is a ‘darkly erotic tale’ by Sarah Hall about a woman who transmogrifies into a fox It won the BBC Short Story award in 2013 and has been published in her collection ‘Madame Zero’ this year. Similar to the woodland encounter from that story, the scene from Janacek’s opera ‘The Cunning Little Vixen’ is a romantic encounter between a fox and a vixen. Are they supposed to be animals or are they humans in animal form?

David Malouf’s poem ‘The Year Of The Foxes’ uses the image of the fox fur as a stole worn by women until quite recent times. Here it is seen in Malouf’s native Brisbane towards the end of the Second World War where local women consorted with American soldiers. The association of the fox with a sexual woman is an image reinforced by another former GI, Jimi Hendrix, in ‘Foxy Lady’. The fox fur (it’s still on the fox this time) returns as a motif in Alice Oswald’s poem titled simply ‘Fox’.

Wolves and humans

The Wolf Pack, George Fenton’s composition for ‘Deep Blue’, a kind of big screen version of the television nature series ‘The Blue Planet’, underscores a reading from Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’. This is famously about a little boy adopted by a pack of wolves. Kipling may have been inspired by the legend of Romulus and Remus, raised by a she-wolf. Kipling’s poem briefly outlines how Romulus founded Rome. Joao Gilberto tells another legend, the story of Little Red Riding Hood, in ‘Lobo Bobo’ (Crazy Wolf).

Dances with Foxes

The American minimalist John Adams and the Russian Dmitri Shostakovich explore the idea of the Foxtrot dance rhythm in the former’s composition 1985 ‘The Chairman Dances’ and the latter’s ‘Foxtrot in F Sharp minor’ from his ‘Jazz Suite No1’. In between there’s an article published in the Weekly Times in Victoria Australia from 1914 which tells how a fox leads a group of would be hunters a merry dance through the streets of the town and Jane Hirschfield’s poem ‘Three Foxes on the Edge of the Field at Twilight’ hints at the strange pas de deux played out as elusive foxes observe humans from a distance.

Wolves and their fate

The European folk tale of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, stalked through the forest by a wolf when she goes to visit her grandmother, could date back as far as a thousand years. In the end the wolf is slaughtered by a woodchopper or huntsman. There are echoes of it in the Serbian/ Romanian poet Vasko Popa’s ‘Wolf Shadow’. Steven Sondheim casts her as a character in his musical ‘Into the Woods’ and she tells her story in ‘I Know Things Now’.

She also appears as character in Tchaikovsky’s ballet ‘The Sleeping Beauty’ and meets the Wolf in Act 3. The Russians are keen on wolves in their legends and stories, presumably because there are plenty about. Or were. Prokofiev wrote a ‘symphonic fairy tale’ of a boy Peter who catches a predatory wolf, as a story to introduce children to the instruments of the orchestra.

In ‘The Wolves’ Aleksey Tolstoy, cousin of Leo, also deals with the theme of how villagers deal with the threat of wolves, although his sympathies seem to lie more with the animals.

Concern for the fate of wolves in America informs ‘Will the Wolf Survive’ by the California band Los Lobos.

The Fate of the Fox

In an extract from William Blake’s ‘The Marriage of Heaven and Hell’ the wolf is seen as a part of the violence of nature and the fox is philosophical about his fate in a trap he has no control over. He does however have a measure of control in a chase and another Mozart piece the Allegro Assai from his String Quartet in B flat major, nicknamed ‘The Hunt’, leaves us to wonder what his fate might be.

Producer: Harry Parker

Music Played

00:00

Wolfgang Mozart

Horn Concerto No.4 (Rondo)

Performer: Dennis Brain (French Horn), Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor)

EMI 7243 5 65690 2 7 CD1 Tr.15

Roald Dahl

Excerpt from 'The Fantastic Mr Fox', read by Alison Steadman

00:04

Robin Milford

Two Orchestral Interludes Op.19e, Mr John Peel Passes By

Performer: Guildhall Strings

Hyperion CDA67444 Tr.6

Siegfried Sassoon

Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man, read by Tim Dutton

00:07

Johann Strauss

At The Hunt Polka Op.373

Performer: Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Erich Kunzel (Conductor)

Telarc CD 80098 Tr.8

00:10

Traditional

Reynard the Fox

Performer: Nic Jones

Leader (2) LERCD2014 Tr.8

Robert Herrick

Excerpt from 'The Country Life', read by Tim Dutton

00:13

Barb Jungr, Simon Wallace

Urban Fox

Performer: Barb Jungr

Naim Jazz naimcd179 Tr.6

The Fables of Aesop, by Joseph Jacobs

The Fox and Grapes, read by Alison Steadman

00:18

Frank Churchill

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Performer: Pinto Colig, Mary Moder, Dorothy Compton, Billy Bletcher

Walt Disney Records 60866 7 Tr.25

Richard Edwards

A Wolf in the Park, read by Tim Dutton

00:21

Howlin’ Wolf

I’m the Wolf

Performer: Howlin’ Wolf

MCA 1110732 Tr.3

Frank Stanford

The Wolves read, by Tim Dutton

00:25

John Barry

Suite: Two Socks Theme (From 'Dances With Wolves')

Performer: City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

Silva Screen 5014929019420 Tr.3

Sarah Hall

Excerpt from The Wolf Border, read by Alison Steadman

00:26

Thomas Lupo the Elder

Masque Music

Performer: New London Consort

Linn CKD011 Tr.14

Sarah Hall

Excerpt from 'Mrs Fox', read by Tim Dutton

00:29

Leos Janáček

Can It be That I Am Lovely?

Performer: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Simon Rattle (Conductor)

EMI Classics CDS 7 54212 2 Tr.30

00:33

Leos Janáček

Let me go! I am afraid of you!

Performer: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Simon Rattle (Conductor)

EMI Classics CDS 7 54212 2 Tr.31

David Malouf

The Year of the Foxes, read by Tim Dutton

00:34

Jimi Hendrix

Foxy Lady

Performer: The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Polydor 847 234 2 Tr.10

Alice Oswald

Fox, read by Alison Steadman

00:38

George Fenton

Wolf Pack

Performer: Berliner Philharmoniker, George Fenton (Conductor)

Sony Music Soundtrax SK 92747 Tr.12

Rudyard Kipling

Excerpt from The Jungle Book, read by Tim Dutton

Rudyard Kipling

Romulus and Remus, read by Alison Steadman

00:42

Carlos Lyra

Lobo Bobo (Foolish Wolf)

Performer: João Gilberto

Él ACMEM179CD Tr.2

00:43

John Adams

The Chairman Dances (Foxtrot For Orchestra)

Performer: San Francisco Symphony, Edo De Waart (Conductor)

Nonesuch 9548 38740 2 Tr.1

Weekly Times, Victoria Australia, (1914, February 21)

Fox In A Factory, read by Tim Dutton

Jane Hirschfield

Three Foxes on the Edge of the Field at Twilight, read by Alison Steadman

00:51

Dmitri Shostakovich

Jazz Suite No.1: : Foxtrot in F sharp Minor

Performer: Concertgebouw Orchestra, Riccardo Chailly (Conductor)

Decca 475 9983 Tr.3

Vasko Popa

Wolf Shadow, read by Alison Steadman

00:55

Stephen Sondheim

I Know Things Now

Performer: Danielle Ferland (Little Red Ridinghood)

RCA Victor BD86796 CD1 Tr.5

00:57

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

The Sleeping Beauty: Red Riding Hood And The Wolf (Act 3)

Performer: Philharmonia Orchestra, George Weldon (Conductor)

Mitchell Beazley REED 1 Tr.6

00:58

Sergei Prokofiev

Peter and the Wolf, children's tale for narrator & orchestra, Op. 67 – The wolf appears

Performer: London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras, Paul Dukas

Calas Records CACD 1022 Tr.4

Aleksey Tolstoy

The Wolves, read by Alison Steadman

01:03

David Hidalgo, Louie Perez

Will The Wolf Survive?

Performer: Los Lobos

Connoisseur Collection VSOPCD 225 Tr.5

William Blake

Excerpt from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, read by Tim Dutton

01:07

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

String Quartet In B Flat Major K.458 (The Hunt) - 'Allegro Assai'

Performer: Brodsky Quartet

Silva Classics SILKD 6701 Tr.3

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