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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: 2018年 1月 6日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前11:50(270分)

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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)

(Part 1:Best of 2017)

01. Wake Up / Eddie Bo & Chris Barber // The 1991 Sea-Saint Sessions

02. Woulinewa / Orchestra Baobab // Tribute To Ndiouga Dieng

03. Tita / Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet // Ladilikan

04. We Could Fly / Rhiannon Giddens // Freedom Highway

05. Woodstock / Jack DeJohnettte/Larry Grenadier/John Medeski/John Scofield // Hudson

06. Don't Think Twice It's Alright / Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau // Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau

07. I Don't Care Anymore / Rodney Crowell // Close Ties

08. Going Going Gone / Gregg Allman // Southern Blood

09. Black Muddy River / Gregg Allman // Southern Blood

10.They Love Each Other / Grateful Dead // Get Shown the Light: 1977.05.08 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

11. Walking In The Wind / Steve Winwood // Greatest Hits Live

(Part 2:日本の響)

12. 琵琶行 / 野坂操壽

13. 東風 / 藤原道山

14. Spain / 藤原道山

15. 三味線よされ / 高橋竹山

16. 津軽山唄 / 高橋竹山

17. 三味線じょんがら+即興曲 / 高橋竹山

18. 刈干切唄(宮崎県民謡) / 藤堂輝明

19. 秋田音頭(秋田県民謡) / 藤堂輝明

20. 椰子の実 / ヒダノ修一 EnTRANS

21. 竹田の子守歌 / ヒダノ修一 EnTRANS

22. ソーラン節 / 出演者全員

(Part 3:Live Magic

23. Teach Your Children / Playing For Change

24. 会津磐梯山 / 民謡クルセイダーズ

25. Use Me / The New Stew

26. Hope She’ll Be Happier / The New Stew

27. Revolution / Soulive

28. Fatiliku / Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita featuring Gustavo Ovalles

29. Nariyama Ayagu / Myahk Song Book

30. Tennessee Waltz / 濱口祐自

31. Get On Board / We Banjo 3

32. Catch Me Falling / Steve McQueens

33. Drop Your Fears / Quarter To Africa


Bob Harris Country

Country music news, reviews and interviews, with Bob Harris

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x527

A preview of 2018 in the country world

Thu 4 Jan 2018

19:00

BBC Radio 2

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jv57f

Wondering what to look out for in the coming year? Bob has the answers with a look at forthcoming tours, albums and studio sessions.

Music Played

01. Night On Our Side

Little Big Town

The Breaker, Tr.2

Capitol Nashville

02. Three Chords & The Truth

Chase Rice

Lambs & Lions, Tr.8

Broken Bow

03. God Bless This Mess

Jillian Jacqueline

Jillian Jacqueline, Tr.3

Big Loud

04. Legends

Kelsea Ballerini

Unapologetically

Sony Music

05. This Old Heart

Midland

On The Rocks, Tr.10

Big Machine

06. A Mansion On The HIll

Hank Williams

Hank Williams- The Original Singles Collection Plus, Tr.22

Polydor/Polygram

07. Fool Me Once

Lukas Nelson

Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Tr.3

Universal International Music Bv

08. Cadillac

Gwen Sebastian

Download single

Flying Island Entertainment

09. Bullet Holes in The Sky

Mary Gauthier

Rifles and Rosary Beads, Tr.5

Proper Records

10. Old Church Hymns & Nursery Rhymes

Beth Nielsen Chapman

Hearts Of Glass, Tr.2

BNC/Proper Records

11. Waiting On You

Lindsay Ell

The Project, Tr.1

PROMO

Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

12. If My Name Was Whiskey

Carly Pearce

Every Little Thing, Tr.6

Big Machine

13. Record Year

Eric Church

Mr Misunderstood, Tr.9

EMI Nashville


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 6 Jan 2018

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09l21cb

This week's postbag and emails contain requests from across the spectrum of jazz. Alyn Shipton's selection includes Duke Ellington's famous version of Creole Love Call with vocalist Adelaide Hall.

Music Played

01. Stoona

Duke Ellington with Alice Babs

Composer: Ellington

Performers: Alice Babs, v; Duke Ellington, p; Gilbert Rovere, b; Christain Garros, d; 4 anonymous French horn players

Paris, 1 Mar 1963

Serenade to Sweden

Telestar TRS 11100 Side 1 Tr.3

02. Swingin' the Blues

Kenny Baker

Composers: Basie/ Durham

Performers: Kenny Baker, Derek Healey, Bruce Adams, Simon Gardner, t; Don Lusher, Bill Galdard, Richard Edwards, tb; Roy Willox, Alan Barnes, Vic Ash, Dave Willis, Eddie Mordue, reeds; Brian Dee, p; Dave Green, b; Ralph Salmins d.

Sep 1993

The Boss Is Home

Big Bear 224 Tr.1

03. The Thrill Is Gone

Stan Getz

Composers: Brown/ Henderson

Performers: Stan Getz, ts; Jan Johansson, p; Dan Jordan, b; William Schiopffe, d.

Jan 1960

Stan Getz Quartet at Large – Complete Sessions

Essential Jazz Classics 55651 CD2 Tr.5

04. Le Souk

Dave Brubeck

Composers: Brubeck/ Desmond

Performers: Paul Desmond, as; Dave Brubeck, p; Bob Bates, b; Joe Dodge, d.

Mar 1954 Oberlin College

Time Was

Proper Properbox 90 CD4 Tr.5

05. Jazz Me Blues

Kenny Davern

Composers: Clarence and Spencer Williams

Performers: Bernie Privin, t; Lou McGarity, tb; Kenny Davern, cl; Dill Jones, p; Eddie Condon, g; Jack Lesberg, b; Cliff Leeman, d.

30 Apr 1971

A Night With Eddie Condon

Arbors ARCD 19238 Tr.5

06. After You've Gone

Benny Goodman

Composers: Layton/ Creamer

Performers: Roy Eldridge, Yank Lawson, Mickey McMickle, t; Ward Silloway, Vernon Brown, tb; Benny Goodman, cl; Hymie Schertzer, Reggie Merrill, Art Rollini, Ernie Caceres, Wolff Tayne, reeds; Teddy Wilson, p; Tommy Kay, g; Gene Traxler, b; Specs Powell, d.

1944

Benny Goodman and His Orchestra 1944-1945

Classics 1345 Tr.1

07. Criss Cross

Joey Alexander

Composer: Monk

Performers: Joey Alexander, p; Larry Grenadier, b; Ulysses Owens, Jr. d.

2016

Countdown

Motema 234279 Tr.6

08. Whistman's Wood

John Surman

Composer: Surman

Performer: John Surman, bcl, bs, ss, kb, syn.

2012

Saltash Bells

ECM 279 8108 Tr.1

09. Friday Night at the Cadillac Club

Bob Berg

Composer: Berg

Performers: Bob Berg, ts; Mike Stern, g; Don Grolnick, kb; Will Lee, b; Peter Erskine, d.

Mar 1987

Short Stories

Denon CY1768 Tr.1

10. Creole Love Call

Duke Ellington

Composer: Ellington

Performers: Cootie Williams, Arthur Whetsol, Freddie Jenkins, t; Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown, Juan Tizol, tb; Barney Bigard, cl; Johnny Hodges, as; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, bj; Wellman Braud, b; Sonny Greer, d; Adelaide Hall, v.

11 Feb 1932

Masterpieces 1926-1949

Proper Properbox 25 CD1 Tr.20


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

Plague, Pox and Pestilence

Sun 7 Jan 2018

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09l22n7

Daniel Defoe to W B Yeats, Koechlin to Cole Porter, Fanny Burney to Mrs Beeton. Music, poetry and prose on the subject of disease. This edition pops a thermometer under the tongue and examines for buboes, sores and carbuncles. The readers are Michael Fenton Stevens and Josette Simons.


Producer's Notes

Don’t panic – if the subject matter itself is not exactly uplifting, authors and composers down the ages have often responded to the pain and indignity of disease with honesty, compassion and sometimes even a certain black humour.

We start in the 17th Century which had a very direct and earthy attitude towards disease and death. Purcell’s Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary sets the timeless poetry of the Book of Common Prayer with a powerful simplicity which reminds us that “Man that is born of woman hath but a short time to live, and is full of misery”. Daniel Defoe’s “Journal of the Plague Year” is an account of one man's experiences of the year 1665, in which the Great Plague struck the city of London – an event that would still have been very fresh to Purcell’s contemporaries.

To lighten the mood we pause for the first of Mrs Beeton’s no-nonsense cures. In the words of historian Graham Nown, Isabella Beeton was “a singular and remarkable woman, praised in her lifetime and later forgotten and ignored when a pride in light pastry were no longer considered prerequisites for womanhood. Yet in her lively, progressive way, she helped many women to overcome the loneliness of marriage and gave the family the importance it deserved. In the climate of her time she was brave, strong-minded and a tireless champion of her sisters everywhere.”

The connection between love, sickness and death came to haunt the imagination of many artists in the Nineteenth Century when syphilis, or “the great pox”, was largely incurable.

Against Nature is a “decadent” novel by the French writer Joris-Karl Huysmans which deals with the inner life of an eccentric aesthete who retreats into an ideal artistic world of his own creation. In this surreal scene he visualises the figure of syphilis as a frightening but fascinating creature that transforms from a phallic woman into something darkly rapacious and vaguely floral. It’s like a nightmare version of the Flowermaidens in Wagner’s Parsifal.

Fanny Burney was a successful novelist in her day, and her diaries still fizz with the gossip and scandals of literary London in the late 18th century. But her most powerful piece of writing is the letter she wrote to her sister, Esther describing her breast cancer and mastectomy without modern anesthetic. It is a harrowing account, through which her bravery and strength shine out.

After that, only Beethoven can take over where words leave off. His late A minor string quartet was written after recovering from a serious illness and the third movement is headed with the words “Holy song of thanksgiving of a convalescent to the Deity, in the Lydian Mode”.

No meditation on sickness and disease would be complete without an extract from the disease-obsessed Thomas Mann who said “Disease, and most specially opprobrious, suppressed, secret disease, creates a certain critical opposition to the world, to mediocre life, disposes a man to be obstinate and ironical toward civil order, so that he seeks refuge in free thought, in books, in study.”

The passage from Mann’s “Death in Venice” describes the relentless journey of the Indian cholera which eventually kills the protagonist of the novella. “Born in the sultry swamps of the Ganges delta, ascended with the mephitic odour of that unrestrained and unfit wasteland, that wilderness avoided by men, in the bamboo thickets in which the tiger is crouching, the epidemic had spread to Hindustan, to China, to Afghanistan and Persia and even to Moscow.” This atmospheric passage is underscored with a movement from Koechlin’s Persian Hours describing a caravan, or group of travellers on a long slow journey.

A brief glance back at the 17th Century with the dyspeptic and flatulent belchings listed in Robert Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy before a final visit to matron in the company of the permanently unmarried Adelaide who complains that “just from waiting around for that plain little band of gold, a person can develop a cold.”

Producer: Clive Portbury

Music Played

00:00

Henry Purcell

March Z.860

Performer: Orchestre du Collegium Vocale, Philippe Herreweghe (conductor)

Harmonia Mundi 941462 Tr.6

Daniel Defoe

A Journal of the Plague Year (Extract) read by Michael Fenton Stevens

00:00

Henry Purcell

Man that is born of woman and Canzona Z860

Performer: Choeur et Orchestre du Collegium Vocale, Philippe Herreweghe (conductor)

Harmonia Mundi 941462 Tr.6

Daniel Defoe

A Journal of the Plague Year (Extract) read by Josette Simons

00:00

Henry Purcell

In the midst of life we are in death

Performer: Choeur et Orchestre du Collegium Vocale, Philippe Herreweghe (conductor)

Harmonia Mundi 941462 Tr.6

Thomas Nashe

A Litany in Time of Plague read by Michael Fenton Stevens

00:00

Constant Lambert

King Pest (from Summer’s Last Will and testament) (extract)

Performer: English Northern Philharmonia, David Lloyd-Jones (conductor)

Hyperion CDA66565 Tr.8

Mrs Beeton

A Cure for Warts (from The Book of Household Management) read by Josette Simons

00:00

Cole Porter

The Physician (from Nymph Errant)

Performer: Lisa Kirk (soprano), Orchestra, Donald Pippin (conductor)

EMI 7540792 Tr.11

Ben Johnson

To Sickness read by Michael Fenton Stevens

00:00

Richard Wagner (arr. Henk de Vlieger)

Parsifal, an Orchestral Quest (Flowermaidens) (extract)

Performer: Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Neeme Jarvi (conductor)

Chandos 5077 Tr.4

William Shakespeare

Sonnet 118 read by Josette Simons

Joris-Karl Huysmans

Against Nature (extract) read by Michael Fenton Stevens

00:00

Benjamin Britten

Elegy from Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings (extract)

Performer: Peter Pears (tenor), Barry Tuckwell (horn); LSO, Benjamin Britten (conductor)

Decca 4363952 Tr.4

Mrs Beeton

A Cure for Toothache (from The Book of Household Management) read by Josette Simons

Ogden Nash

This Is Going To Hurt Just A Little Bit read by Michael Fenton Stevens

00:00

Camille SaintSaëns

Fossils from Carnival of the Animals

Performer: Pittsburgh SO, Andre Previn (conductor)

Philips 4426092 Tr.15

00:00

Giuseppe Verdi

Prelude from La Traviata (extract)

Performer: LSO, Carlo Rizzi (conductor)

Teldec 9031763482 Tr.1

W B Yeats

Upon a Dying Lady read by Josette Simons

00:00

Hildegard von Bingen

Ave generosa

Performer: Margaret Philpot (contralto)

Hyperion 44251 Tr.2

Fanny Burney

Account from Paris of a Terrible Operation—1812 (extract) read by Josette Simon

00:00

Ludwig van Beethoven

String Quartet No.15 in A minor, op.132, 3rd mvt (extract)

Performer: Mosaiques Quartet

Naïve 5445 Tr.3

00:00

Charles Koechlin

La Caravane from Les Heures persanes (extract)

Performer: Michael Korstick (piano)

SWR Music 19047 Tr.2

Thomas Mann (Translated by Martin C. Doege)

Death in Venice (extract) read by Michael Fenton Stevens

Mrs Beeton

A Cure for Palpitation of the heart (from The Book of Household Management) read by Josette Simons

00:01

John Dowland

Lachrimae Tristes (extract)

Performer: Phantasm, Elizabeth Kenny (lute)

Linn 527 Tr.4

Robert Burton

Anatomy of Melancholy (extract) read by Michael Fenton Stevens

Mrs Beeton

A Cure for A Cold on the Chest (from The Book of Household Management) read by Josette Simons

00:01

Frank Loesser

Adelaide’s Lament from Guys and Dolls

Performer: Nathan Lane, Faith Prince, Orchestra, Edward Strauss (conductor)

RCA 09026 613172 Tr.7

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