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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 3月 3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. Crescent City / I'm With Her // See You Around

02. Hundred Miles / I'm With Her // See You Around

03. We'd Be Home / Joan Shelley // Joan Shelley

04. If The Storms Never Came / Joan Shelley // Joan Shelley

05. Time Has Told Me / Joan Shelley // Nick Drake Covered/free with Mojo March 2018

06. Cello Song / Bill MacKay // Nick Drake Covered/free with Mojo March 2018

07. Saturday Sun / Luluc & Lisa Hannigan // Nick Drake Covered/free with Mojo March 2018

08. Magic Christmas Tree / Pilgrims' Way // Red Diesel

09. Reynardine / Anne Briggs // An Introduction to Anne Briggs

10. Go Your Way (My Love) / Anne Briggs // An Introduction to Anne Briggs

An Introduction to June Tabor

An Introduction to June Tabor

11. The Band Played Waltzing Matilda / June Tabor // An Introduction to June Tabor

12. The Dark End of the Street / June Tabor // An Introduction to June Tabor

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077F9QQQD/

13. Tuiza Naki / Myahk Song Book // Ima

14. Come By Here / Barbara Dane // Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs

15. Mother Earth / Barbara Dane // Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs

16. Trouble In Mind / Barbara Dane // Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs

17. You Don't Know Me/You Don't Know My Mind / Barbara Dane // Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs

18. Only A Pawn In Their Game / Barbara Dane // Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs


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: 2018年 3月 3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

− あふれ出る思い・秘めたる思いの音楽 −

楽曲

「テ・キエロ・デ・ヒエステ」

ゴンチチ

(2分29秒)

EPIC ESCL30013,30014>

「アイル・フォロー・マイ・シークレット・ハート」

ポール・ウェストン

(2分53秒)

<COLLECTABLES COL-6469>

「すきになると」

小室等

(4分03秒)

<FOR LIFE MUSIC FLCF-4509>

「押さえきれない私の心」

アシュクン・ヌル・イェンギ

(3分31秒)

<オルターポップ TKCD-513>

精霊の出会い」

ジョン・マクラフリン&マハビシュヌ・オーケストラ

(6分49秒)

SONY MUSIC ENT. SICJ243>

「アイ・ハヴ・ア・ドリーム」

ケンドリック・スコット・オラクル

(5分10秒)

<CONCORD JAZZ 0888072341920>

「想いあふれて」

アンドレア・モティ

(5分46秒)

<IMPULSSE! 0602557317947>

片想い

長嶺ルーシー

(4分30秒)

<リスペクトレコード RES298,299>

歌劇オテロ」第3幕から 恥と悲しみに満ちて」

(作曲)

テノールプラシド・ドミンゴ

管弦楽)パリ・バスティーユ管弦楽団

(指揮)チョン・ミョンフン

(3分59秒)

<UNIVERSAL CLASSICS&JAZZ UCCG-3099>

「オール・ユア・ラヴ」

オーティス・ラッシュ

(5分35秒)

P-VINE PVCP-9654,9655>

デューンズ」

ジャンピエーロ・ボネスキー

(3分00秒)

<NO INFORMATION NO NUMBER>

「秘めた恋」

服部富子

(3分14秒)

<VICTOR VICL-64017>

「アイ・キャント・エクスプレス・マイ・ディープ・ラヴ」

ハウシュカ

(3分31秒)

<P*DIS PDIP-6568>

「秘めたる恋」

ドリス・デイ

(3分37秒)

CBS REC. 467610-2>

スメルズ・ライク・ティーン・スピリット

ニルヴァーナ

(5分02秒)

<GEFFEN REC. 0602527779089>

「ア・ポーターズ・ラヴ・ソング・トゥー・ア・チェンバーメイド」

マーティー・グロス・ウィズ・デステニーズ・トッズ

(3分41秒)

<JAZZOLOGY JCD-210>

「マイ・フェイヴァリット・シングス」

ゴンチチ

(3分53秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-15004/B>

「アイヴ・ガット・ユー・アンダー・マイ・スキン」

ジョセフィン・ベーカー

(3分07秒)

東芝EMI EGR-2007>

「アイヴ・ガット・ユー・アンダー・マイ・スキン」

シール

(3分13秒)

<UNIVERSAL 5793528>

「人生よありがとう」

ルス・カサル

(4分19秒)

<リスペクトレコード RES-303>


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 3 Mar 2018

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09tbzcb

One of the most innovative and influential pianists in jazz, Earl Hines is featured in this week's pick of requests from listeners for all styles of jazz, presented by Alyn Shipton.

Music Played

01. Heimweh

Glen Manby

Composer: Manby

Performers: Glen Manby, as; Steve Waterman, t; Leon Greening, p; Adam KMing, b; Matt Home, d.

2016

Homecoming

Mainstem 0059 Tr.8

02. Seven Seas

Avishai Cohen

Composer: Cohen

Performers: Avishai Cohen, b; Shai Mestro, p; Itmar Doari, per.

2010

Seven Seas

Blue Note 509999495492 0 Tr.3

03. Goin' Up The River

Chris Barber & Jeff Healey's Jazz Wizards

Composer: trad

Performers: Jeff Healey, t, g; Chris Barber, tb, v; Brian Graville, p; Colin Bray, b; Gary Scriven, d.

Memories of My Trip

Proper CD1 Tr.9

04. Rehearsin' for a Nervous Breakdown

John Kirby

Composer: Shavers

Performers: Charlie Shavers, t; Buster Bailey, cl; Russell Procope, as; Billy Kyle, p; John Kirby, b; O’Neil Spencer, d.

1940

John Kirby and His Band 1940

Jazz Anthology 55025 Tr.7

05. Oh You Sweet Thing!

Earl Hines

Composers: Razaf/ Waller

Performers: Charlie Allen, George Dixon, Walter Fuller, t; Billy Franklin, Louis Taylor, tb; Omer Simeon, Darnell Howard, Cecil Irwin, reeds; Earl Hines, p; Lawrence Dixon, g; Quinn Wilson, b; Wallace Bishop, d.

14 July 1932

Classic Earl Hines Sessions 1928-1945

Mosaic MD7 254 CD2 Tr.1

06. Ostrich Walk

Bix Beiderbecke

Composers: La Rocca/ Sheilds

Performers: Bix Beiderbecke, c; Bill Rank, tb; Don Murray, Roc Ryker, Frankie Trumbauer, reeds; Irving Riskin, p; Eddie Lang, g; Chauncey Morehouse, d.

9 May 1927

The Bix Beiderbecke Story

Proper Properbox 66 CD1 Tr.26

07. The Sharp Edge

Howard McGhee

Composer: McGhee

Performers: Howard McGhee, t; Junior Mance, p; Jimmy Tucker, b; Jimmy Cobb, d.

8 Dec 1961

Shades of Blue

Black Lion BL305 Tr.1

08. Sunday Waltz

Joey Alexander

Composer: Alexander

Performers: Joey Alexander, p; Dan Chmielinski, b; Ulysses Owens, Jr. d.

2016

Countdown

Motema 234297 Tr.2

09. Centerpiece

Lambert Hendricks & Ross

Composer: Edison

Performers: Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross, v; Harry Sweets Edison, t; Gildo Mahones, p; Ike Isaacs, b; Walter Bolden, d.

1959

Everybody's Boppin'

Columbia/Sony CK45020 Tr.6

10. The Lady Who Swings the Band

Mary Lou Williams

Composers: Cahn/ Chaplin

Performers: Harry Lawson, Paul King, Earl Thompson, t; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, John Williams, Dick Wilson, reeds; Mary Lou Williams, p; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, d. Harry Mills, v.

9 Dec 1936

The First Lady in Jazz

Fremeaux 5449 CD1 Tr.5

11. I'm Not Supposed To Be Blue Blues

Anita O’Day

Composers: Garner/ Russell

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Lonnie Hewitt, p; Freddie Schreiber, b; Cal Tjader, d.

1962

Time for 2

Essential Jazz Classics 55559 Tr.19

12. Pala

Ivo Neame

Composer: Neame

Performers: George Crowley, reeds; Ivo Neame, p; Tom Farmer, b; James Maddren, d.

2017

Moksha

Edition Tr.3


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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Katherine Grainger

Sun 4 Mar 2018

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09tc3vp

In a special edition to mark International Women's Day next week, Michael Berkeley talks to Britain's most decorated female Olympic athlete, the rower Dame Katherine Grainger.

Katherine won a silver medal in Rio in 2016 - at the age of 40. It was her fifth medal from five consecutive Olympic Games, including a gold in the double sculls at London 2012. On her return from Rio, she was voted the Olympians' Olympian by her fellow Team GB athletes. The holder of six World Champion titles, she has an MBE and a CBE, was made a dame in 2017 New Year's Honours list, and, since last summer, has been the Chair of UK Sport.

On top of her huge sporting achievements, Katherine has a PhD in Criminal Law and is Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University.

Katherine tells Michael how music has helped her to cope with the pressure of competing at the highest level, and how music has been an important part of her life since her Scottish childhood. She chooses a Mozart aria to remind her of her grandparents in Aberdeen, and Rachmaninov for her rowing partner Cath Bishop, who is a talented pianist.

In celebration of International Women's Day, all but one of her choices - which include Elgar, Chopin and Bach - are performed or conducted by female musicians.

Producer: Jane Greenwood

A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:05

Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op.posth

Performer: Kathryn Stott

00:12

Gustav Mahler

Symphony No.6 (1st mvt)

Orchestra: Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor: Simone Young

00:25

Giuseppe Verdi

La Donna e mobile (Rigoletto)

Singer: Luciano Pavarotti

Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Richard Bonynge

00:30

Sergei Rachmaninov

Piano Concerto no.2 in C minor (2nd mvt)

Performer: Valentina Lisitsa

Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Michael Francis

00:39

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Voi che sapete (Le Nozze di Figaro)

Singer: Ann Murray

Orchestra: Vienna Philharmonic

Conductor: Riccardo Muti

00:46

Edward Elgar

Softly and Gently (The Dream of Gerontius)

Singer: Janet Baker

Orchestra: Hallé

Conductor: John Barbirolli

00:57

Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto in D major, BWV.972

Performer: Alison Balsom

Performer: Colm Carey

Music Arranger: Johann Sebastian Bach


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

Mothers and Daughters

Sun 4 Mar 2018

17:30

BBC Radio 3

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09tn1hx

As we look ahead to International Women's Day, this edition of Words and Music explores mothers and daughters. The readers are real-life mother and daughter Samantha Bond and Molly Hanson. From Shakespeare's domineering Lady Capulet and bewildered Juliet to Austen's neurotic Mrs Bennet and her brood of daughters, the mother and daughter relationship is one fraught with concern and competition but also - often - full of love. From the adoration of Christina Rosetti in her 'Sonnets are full of love' to the tussle over identity in Gillian Clarke's 'Catrin', this is a journey through one of life's most multi-faceted relationships with music by Ives, Dvorak, Laurie Anderson and Richard Strauss.

PRODUCER'S NOTES: Mother and Daughters

As we approach International Women’s Day, this edition of Words and Music explores one of the most complex, loving and sometimes fraught of female relationships: mothers and daughters. It’s one that has been much on my mind since I had my own daughter three years ago. Real life mother and daughter Samantha Bond and Molly Hanson read poetry, prose and drama which takes us from the cradle, in Sylvia Plath’s Morning Song (underscored by a Cradle Song by Grieg), through the difficulties of adolescence and the shift from a daughter who is very much a child, to one who is becoming a woman. The American poet Anne Sexton explored this relationship perhaps more profoundly than any other. I’ve placed an extract of a letter Sexton wrote to her daughter Linda Gray, a sort of comforting reminder of her ever-lasting presence as a mother even after death, next to her poem Dreaming the Breasts, where the mother is a far more problematic presence; someone who suffocates but someone who also craves freedom. Laurie Taylor placed the contradiction of the mother figure at the heart of her electronic masterpiece O Superman, a disembodied, robotic voice says: ‘This is your mother…you don't know me, but I know you.’ The fight for separation, bubbling away beneath the closeness of this relationship is also at the heart of Gillian Clarke’s Catrin, but Sophocles’ Elektra shows us just how bleak things can get when the darkness takes over. Alongside those dark portrayals, I’ve placed some light-infused ones: Lola Ridge’s poem depicts her mother’s presence as a luminescence, similarly Carol Ann Duffy in The Light Gatherer portrays a daughter who catches the light wherever she goes. We hear the voices of Eliza Carthy and her mother Norma Waterson and Martha Wainwright sings the heart breaking Proserpina, the last song written for her by her mother Kate McGarrigle. I chose to end the programme on a sentimental note (and one that very much resonates with me), a daughter who now has ‘silver threads’ in her hair longing to be taken back into her mother’s arms ‘just for tonight’.

Producer: Georgia Mann-Smith

Music Played

00:00

Grieg

Lyric pieces - book 2 for piano (Op.38); no.1; Vuggevise [Cradle song]

Performer: James Rhodes (piano)

Warner 5249835832 Tr.3

Sylvia Plath

Morning Song, read by Samantha Bond

Christina Rossetti

Sonnets are full of love, and this my tome, read by Molly Hanson

00:00

Ives

Songs My Mother Taught Me

Performer: Roberta Alexander (soprano), Tan Crone (piano)

Etcetera KTC 1020

00:00

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Extract from Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture after Shakespeare

Performer: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Semyon Bychkov (conductor)

Decca 4830656 Tr.5

Shakespeare

Extract from Romeo and Juliet Act One, Scene 3, read by Samantha Bond and Molly Hanson

00:00

Sergei Prokofiev

Romeo and Juliet - Juliet refuses to marry Paris

Performer: LSO, Valery Gergiev (conductor)

LSO LIVE LSO0682

Angela Carter

Extract from The Bloody Chamber, read by Molly Hanson

00:00

Trad

Shallow Brown

Performer: Eliza Carthy and Norma Waterson

Topic TSCD579

Anne Sexton

Extract from letter by Anne Sexton, read by Samantha Bond

Anne Sexton

Dreaming The Breasts, read by Molly Hanson

00:00

Laurie Anderson

O Superman (For Massenet)

Performer: Laurie Anderson

Warner USWB10101173

00:00

Joseph Haydn

Sonata in E flat major H.16.28 for piano; Menuet and Trio

Performer: Ronald Brautigam (Fortepiano)

BIS BISCD1093

Jane Austen

Extract from Pride and Prejudice, read by Molly Hanson and Samantha Bond

Gilian Clarke

Catrin, read by Samantha Bond

00:00

Grace Williams

Extract from Fantasia on Welsh Nursey Tunes

Performer: Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Andrew Penny (conductor)

Marco Polo 8225048

Erica Jong

Extract from Mother read by Molly Hanson

00:00

Kate McGarrigle

Proserpina

Performer: Martha Wainwright

V2 Music Ltd 338626-4

00:00

Richard Strauss/Manfred Honeck/Tomas Ille

Elektra Suite

Performer: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Manfred Honeck (conductor)

Reference Recordings FR-722SACD Tr.1

Sophocles translated by Anne Carson

Extract from Elektra, read by Samantha Bond and Molly Hanson

00:00

George Frideric Handel

First perish thou from Jephtha

Performer: Anne Sofie von Otter (contralto)

Philips 4223512 Tr.11

00:00

Gustav Holst

Nocturne, A Moorside Suite

Performer: Grimethorpe Colliery Band

BELART 450 043 3 Tr.11

Jeanette Winterson

Extract from Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, read by Samantha Bond

Louisa M Alcott

Extract from Little Women, read by Molly Hanson and Samantha Bond

00:00

Ives

The Alcotts - third movement of Concord Sonata (Piano Sonata No 2)

Performer: Jeremy Denk (piano)

Think Denk Media TDM2567 Tr.10

Lola Ridge

Mother, read by Molly Hanson

00:00

Claudio Monteverdi

Vespro della Beata Vergine 1610 (Hymnus - Ave maris stella)

Performer: Emma Kirkby (soprano), Taverner Choir & Consort, Andrew Parrott (director)

EMI CDS7470788 Tr.5

00:01

David Lang

Light Moving

Performer: Hilary Hahn (violin), Cory Smythe (piano)

DG 4791725 Tr.4

Carol Ann Duffy

The Light Gatherer, read by Samantha Bond

Extract from Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Narration read by Adriana Caelotti

Dodi Smith

Extract from I Capture the Castle, read by Molly Hanson

00:01

Anon

Italiana for lute

Performer: Paul O’Dette

Helios CDH55146 Tr.6

Elizabeth Akers Allen

Extract from Rock Me to Sleep, read by Samantha Bond

00:01

Dvorak

Lasst mich allein, Op.82; Songs my mother taught me, Op.55 No.4

Performer: Alisa Weilersteion (cello), Anna Polonsky (piano)

Decca 4785705

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