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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10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. Living In The Past / Jethro Tull // The Very Best Of

02. Whatever It Takes / The James Hunter Six // Whatever It Takes

03. Blisters / The James Hunter Six // Whatever It Takes

04. My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains / Nona Hendryx And Gary Lucas // The World of Captain Beefheart

05. Tropical Hot Dog Night / Nona Hendryx And Gary Lucas // The World of Captain Beefheart

06. ヨロコビのうた / Sandii // Hula Dub

07. Row Row Row / Sandii // Hula Dub

08. Trouble / Inara George // Rock And Roll Doctor - A Tribute To Lowell George

09. Young Adult / Inara George // Dearest Everybody

10. Somewhere New / Inara George // Dearest Everybody

11. Made For Us / Dave Sinclair // The Little Things

12. Day Is Done / Nick Drake // Five Leaves Left

13. Day Is Done / Brad Mehldau Trio // Day Is Done

14. Mule Walk (Stomp) / James P. Johnson // All God’s Children Got Piano

15. 2300 Skidoo / Herbie Nichols // All God’s Children Got Piano

16. Monk’s Dream / Robert Glasper // All God’s Children Got Piano

17. Late Lament / Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette // After The Fall


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10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

− 風景の音楽 −

楽曲

ランドスケープ

ゴンチチ

(3分23秒)

<(株)フライングドッグ VTCL-60434>

「オータム・イン・ニューヨーク

マントヴァーニ&ヒズ・オーケストラ

(2分52秒)

<SPECTRUM MUSIC/UMC 0600753166062>

「ありがとうの風景」

野川算海

(3分43秒)

<BORROWED TUNE MUSIC NO NUMBER>

世界の車窓からオーケストラ・バージョン)」

溝口肇

(3分29秒)

<VICTOR VICP-61061>

ランドスケープ

サトシ・トミイエ

(6分37秒)

P-VINE PCD93897>

「エラスティック」

ジャンピエーロ・ボネスキー

(2分48秒)

<NO INFORMATION NO NUMBER>

「無意味な風景」

エスペランサ・スポルディング

(4分38秒)

<HEADS UP HUI-32372-02>

組曲「大峡谷」から

日の出」

(作曲)グローフェ

管弦楽NBC交響楽団

(指揮)アルトゥーロ・トスカニーニ

(5分04秒)

BMGジャパン BVCC-9936>

前奏曲集第2巻から

ヒースの茂る荒れ地」

(作曲)ドビュッシー

ピアノ)ミシェル・ベロフ

(2分20秒)

東芝EMI TOCE-7081>

「雨の降るキューバの風景」

ロサンゼルス・ギター・カルテット

(6分55秒)

<TELARC CD-80593>

「ターン・アウト・ザ・スターズ」

ステファン・D・アンダーソン

(3分40秒)

ART OF LIFE AL1022-2>

「ある風景の中で」

ウィリアム・オービット

(2分56秒)

WARNER MUSIC 3984-28957-5>

「ドン・イズ」

ボビー・ハッチャーソン

(5分04秒)

<BLUE NOTE REC. 0602537654482>

「光る波」

高良仁美

(2分26秒)

<リスペクトレコード RES-161>

アイム・イン・ラヴ・ウィズ・ユー」

佐藤博

(4分05秒)

東芝EMI TOCT-8882>

南部の夕暮れ」

ロイド・エリス

(6分43秒)

JAZZ BANK INC. MTCJ-1068>

「夏夢薄暮

ゴンザレス三上

(4分39秒)

<IN THE GARDEN XNHL-11001>

「レッツ・ゲット・ロスト」

シリル・エイメー

(2分33秒)

<MACK AVENNE REC. MAC1097>

「レッツ・ゲット・ロスト」

ヴァン・モリソン

(3分34秒)

<CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL HSUY-10170>

プリマベーラ

キャシー・クラレ

(3分21秒)

<リスペクトレコード RES-295>

コンドルは飛んで行く」

ラウルガルシアサラテ

(4分18秒)

<ビーンズレコード BNSCD934>


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

Jazz Record Requests at Free Thinking

Sat 10 Mar 2018

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09v5b37

This week's programme comes live from Sage Gateshead and Alyn Shipton is joined for live music and requests by violinist Emma Fisk and guitarist James Birkett

New Generation thinkers also appear with requests and, among this week's requests from regular listeners for all styles of jazz including tracks by Erroll Garner, Django Reinhardt and Ella Fitzgerald, Alyn also plays music to mark the 90th birthday this week of American saxophonist Bob Wilber, who has made his home in Britain for many years, and become a national jazz treasure. A pupil of Sidney Bechet, and a player who first visited the UK with Eddie Condon's band, Wilber also co-led Soprano Summit and directed the Ellingtonian soundtrack music for Francis Ford Coppola's film "Cotton Club".

Music Played

01. Cheese and Crackers

Composer: Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang

Performers: Emma Fisk, vn; James Birkett, g; Alyn Shipton, b.

02. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You

Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass

Composer: Razaf/ Redman

Performers: Ella Fitzgerald, v; Joe Pass, g.

1973

Take Love Easy

Pablo 20031 Tr.7

03. Time's a Wastin'

Duke Ellington

Composer: Duke and Mercer Ellington, Don George

Performers: Rex Stewart, Cat Anderson, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, t; Joe Nanton, Claude Jones, Lawrence Brown, tb; Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwicke, Al Sears, Harry Carney, reeds; Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, p; Fred Guy, g; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Time's a Wastin'

Naxos 8 120811 Tr.1

04. S'wonderful

Erroll Garner

Composer: Gershwin

Performers: Erroll Garner, p; Eddie Calhoun, b; Denzil Best, d.

19 Sep 1955

The Complete Concert By The Sea

Columbia Legacy 88875120842 CD2 Tr.4

05. Polka Dot Stomp

Sidney Bechet with Bob Wilber's Wildcats

Composer: Sissle/ Bechet/ Tolliver

Performers: Johnny Glasel, t; Bob Mielke, tb; Bob Wilber, cl; Sidney Bechet, ss; Dick Wellstood, p; Charlie Traeger, b; Denny Strong d.

14 Jul 1947

Shake Em Up

Avid AMSCD 694 CD2 Tr.19

06. Fine and Mellow

Billie Holiday

Composer: Holiday

Performers: Doc Cheatham, t; Vic Dickenson, tb; Lester Young, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, ts; Mal Waldron, p; Danny Barker, g; Jim Atlas, b; Jo Jones, d.

Dec 1957

Billie Holiday/ Lester Young Complete Studio Sessions

Essential Jazz Classics 55683 CD3 Tr.25

07. Invitation

Michael Brecker & UMO Jazz Orchestra

Composer: Bronislaw Kaper

Performers: Michael Brecker and UMO Jazz Orchestra

Live in Helsinki 1995

Random Act 1018 Tr.1

08. Touch Her Soft Lips and Part

Norma Winstone

Composer: Walton/ Winstone

Performers: Norma Winstone, v; Glauco Venier, p; Klaus Gesing, bcl; Mario Brunello, vc; Helge Andreas Norbakken, per.

Mar 2017

Descansado – Songs for Films

ECM 578 6989 Tr.10

09. Charleston

Django Reinhardt & Stéphane Grappelli

Composer: Johnson

Performers: Stephane Grappelli, vn; Django Reinhardt, Pierre Ferré, Marcel Bianchi, g; Louis Vola, b.

21 Apr 1937

Complete String Quintet

Label Ouest 304031 2 CD3 Tr.14

10. Let There Be Love

Nicola Farnon

Composer: Rand/ Grant

Performers: Nicola Farnon, b, v; Piero Tucci, p; Phil Johnson, d.

Nicola Farnon Trio Live – A Day at the Market

Nicolafarnnonmusic.com Tr.1

11. Straight No Chaser

Miles Davis

Composer: Parker

Performers: Miles Davis, t; Cannonball Adderley, as; John Coltrane, ts; Bill Evans, p; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d.

3 Jul 1958

At Newport 1955-75

Columbia 88875081952 CD1 Tr.7

12. Sunday

Composer: Conn/ Styne/ Krueger/ Miller

Performers: Emma Fisk, vn; James Birkett, g; Alyn Shipton, b.


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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Richard Flanagan

Sun 11 Mar 2018

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09v5j7f

Richard Flanagan first came to worldwide attention in 2001 with one of the most original titles ever: "Gould's Book of Fish, a Novel in Twelve Fish". It was his third novel, the story of a 19th-century forger sentenced to hard labour off the coast of Van Diemen's Land. Van Diemen's Land, or Tasmania as it's now called, is where Flanagan was brought up, and still lives and writes, publishing every few years a novel that is extraordinarily thought-provoking and original - and very different from all the books before.

His last novel, The Narrow Road to the Deep North, about the Death Railway in Burma, won the Booker Prize. Four years on, his new novel First Person is the story of a conman, and it's based on an extraordinary experience of his own. Flanagan dreamed of being a writer but was working as a builder's labourer when he suddenly got a commission: to write the life story of a notorious conman who was facing jail. They spent three weeks together shut up in a publisher's office, and it was frightening to be incarcerated with such a violent murderer. After three weeks the man shot himself, but for Flanagan that trauma was just the beginning of the story - he then had to recreate the criminal's life on the page, making it all up.

Flanagan talks to Michael Berkeley about a life lived on the edge, in the wild beauty of Tasmania, and about his admiration for those who live outside the cultural mainstream, often lone voices of dissent. His music choices reflect this: the Polish Australian composer Cezary Skubiszewski, Arvo Part, John Field, Von Westoff, and Jane Birkin.

Produced by Elizabeth Burke

A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:09

Johann Paul Westhoff

Violin Sonata no.3

Performer: Daniel Hope

Music Arranger: Christian Badzura

Orchestra: Kammerorchester Berlin

Conductor: Simon Halsey

00:17

Serge Gainsbourg

Valse de Melodie

Singer: Jane Birkin

00:24

John Field

Nocturne no.6 in F

Performer: Benjamin Frith

00:30

Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne in F minor, Op.55 no.1

Performer: Chad Lawson

Music Arranger: Chad Lawson

00:39

Mikis Theodorakis

Hassapiko Dance (Zorbas)

Choir: Montreal Symphony Chorus

Orchestra: Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Conductor: Charles Dutoit

00:46

Cezary Skubiszewski

For There is This (The Sound of One Hand Clapping)

Orchestra: Victorian Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor: Cezary Skubiszewski

00:50

Arvo Pärt

Vater Unser

Singer: Heldur Harry Põlda

Performer: Arvo Pärt

00:57

Johann Sebastian Bach

Aria (Goldberg Variations)

Performer: Glenn Gould


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

The One and the Many

Sun 11 Mar 2018

17:30

BBC Radio 3

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09v5j7s

A special edition of Words and Music, recorded earlier today in the Glass Box at Sage Gateshead as part of the Free Thinking Festival. Carolyn Pickles and Jonathan Keeble read poetry and prose on the festival's theme of 'The One and the Many'. The programme will explore literary and real people who have thought or acted differently from the crowd - and the crowd's attitude to them. Including texts by George Orwell, Albert Camus and Elizabeth Jennings, and music by Benjamin Britten, Bohuslav Martinu and Igor Stravinsky.

Producer's Note

The programme begins with a character who really does stand out from the crowdHans Christian Andersen’s Emperor, who proudly parades his non-existent new clothes until a child points out that he’s naked. For me this extract exemplifies the theme of The One and the Many: Someone who thinks or acts differently to the crowd, and the crowd’s attitude towards them. Kierkegaard explores the idea that the truth always rests with the minority, as the majority is formed by people with no opinion of their own, and Elizabeth Jennings describes the feeling of being an outsider in world created by somebody else. Another famous outsider is Camus’ anti-hero Meursault, who refuses to conform to social norms, instead living by his own set of truths. And then to one of the most impressive displays of crowd behaviour – a murmuration, described in a poem by Katharine Towers.

I wanted to include some real-life individuals whose thoughts and deeds went against the prevailing view. Oskar Schindler rescued over a thousand Jews from the clutches of the Nazis by employing them in his factories during the 2nd World War. Centuries earlier, Copernicus’ theory on the movement of planets around the sun was perplexing to many, including 16th Century astronomer Thomas Hill who couldn’t understand how the earth could turn quickly without everything falling off it.

Billy Collins’ The Parade describes the exhilaration of marching with a crowd, while also lost in a private dream. And private thoughts are crucial to Winston Smith who is trying to hold out against the tyranny of the Thought Police in Orwell’s 1984. Mob rule comes to the fore in Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, which describes the lynching of a prisoner during the French Revolution. I’ve paired this musically with The Borough rising up against outsider Peter Grimes in Britten’s opera. Robert Ardrey explains how far from being chaotic, a mob is actually a very orderly phenomenon; the music I’ve chosen for that is an extract from Busoni’s eccentric piano concerto, where the soloist really has to fight to be heard above the massed orchestra. Then two more characters who are persecuted for being different: Houseman’s Young Sinner and Brontë’s Jane Eyre.

Siegfried Sassoon’s poem Concert Interpretation interested me because it shows how a group mentality can change over time - Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring which caused a riot at its premiere is met with genteel applause just a few years later. Nick Hornby describes the anger and disappointment of a football crowd (followed by the only piece of classical music I know that’s about football!), and then a poem about another accidental group of people, this time rail commuters.

Fleur Adcock describes the lonely experience of being an immigrant in a new country, followed by a poem by William Blake; something of an outsider himself - Oh why was I born with a different face? The programme ends with a solitary solo violin.

Producer: Ellie Mant

Music Played

00:00

Herbert Howells

Procession (extract)

Performer: London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox (conductor)

CHANDOS CHAN24120 CD1 Tr.6

Hans Christian Andersen

The Emperor’s New Clothes, read by Carolyn Pickles

Soren Kierkegaard

The Diary of Soren Kierkegaard, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:03

Dobrinka Tabakova

Such Different Paths (extract)

Performer: Janine Jansen, Julia-Maria Kretz (violins), Amihai Grosz, Maxim Rysanov (violas), Torleif Thedeen, Boris Andrianov (cellos), Stacey Watton (double bass)

ECM 4764826 Tr.9

Elizabeth Jennings

World I have not Made, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:06

Darius Milhaud

La Création du Monde (extract)

Performer: Orchestre national de Lille-Region Nord/Pas de Calais,Jean-Claude Casadesus (conductor)

NAXOS 8 557287 Tr.1

Albert Camus, trans Joseph Laredo

The Outsider, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:12

William Lawes

When man for sin thy judgment feels (extract)

Performer: Robin Blaze (countertenor), Elizabeth Kenny (lute)

HYPERION CDA67589 Tr.26

Katharine Towers

Murmuration, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:16

P?teris Vasks

Flying birds music (extract)

Performer: Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble

OLYMPIA OCD282 Tr.3

Edgar Allan Poe

Alone, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:20

Germaine Tailleferre

Partita for Piano: Perpetuum mobile

Performer: Cristina Ariagno (piano)

TIMPANI 1C10741 Tr.25

00:23

Ernest Bloch

From Jewish Life; Prayer (extract)

Performer: Steven Isserlis (cello), Moscow Virtuosi, Vladimir Spivakov (conductor)

RCA 09026 619662 Tr.6

Thomas Keneally

Schindler’s Ark, read by Carolyn Pickles

Thomas Hill

The Schoole of Skil, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:27

Philip Glass

Etude no.1

Performer: Philip Glass (piano)

ORANGE MOUNTAIN OMM0009 Tr.1

Billy Collins

The Parade, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:31

Charles Ives

Walking

Performer: Gerald Finley (baritone), Julius Drake (piano)

HYPERION CDA67516 Tr.18

00:34

Zoltán Kodály

Sonata for solo cello; Adagio (extract)

Performer: Truls Mørk (cello)

SIMAX PSC1023 Tr.7

George Orwell

1984, read by Jonathan Keeble

Charles Dickens

A Tale of Two Cities, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:37

Benjamin Britten

Peter Grimes; Who holds himself apart, lets his pride rise (extract)

Performer: Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Bernard Haitink (conductor)

EMI CDS7548322 CD2 Tr.17

John Keats

O Solitude, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:41

Charles Koechlin

Sonata for 2 flutes, Op.75; Allegro

Performer: Fenwick Smith and Leone Buyse (flutes)

HYPERION CDA CDH55107 Tr.17

Robert Ardrey

The Social Contract, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:45

Ferruccio Busoni

Piano Concerto; Pezzo giocoso (extract)

Performer: Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano), The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Mark Elder (conductor)

HYPERION CDA67143 Tr.2

AE Houseman

Oh Who is that Young Sinner, read by Jonathan Keeble

00:49

Gabriel Fauré

Prison

Performer: Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor), Jerome Ducros (piano)

ERATO 2564616695 CD1 Tr.16

00:51

Modest Mussorgsky

Reminiscence of Childhood (extract)

Performer: Viktoria Postnikova (piano)

OLYMPIA OCD117 Tr.18

Charlotte Brontë

Jane Eyre, read by Carolyn Pickles

00:54

Igor Stravinsky

The Rite of Spring (extract)

Performer: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle (conductor)

EMI CDC7496362 Tr.11

Siegfried Sassoon

Concert Interpretation, read by Jonathan Keeble

Fleur Adcock

Immigrant, read by Carolyn Pickles

01:00

John Ireland

Ballade of London nights (extract)

Performer: John Lenehan (piano)

NAXOS 8 570461 Tr.18

Nick Hornby

Fever Pitch, read by Jonathan Keeble

01:03

Bohusav Martinu

Half Time (extract)

Performer: Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Petr Vronsky (conductor)

SUPRAPHON CO1669 Tr.1

Harold Monro

Journey, read by Carolyn Pickles

01:07

Michael Nyman

MGV: 1st Region (extract)

Performer: Michael Nyman Band, Michael Nyman (conductor)

ARGO 4433822 Tr.5

William Blake

Oh why was I born with a different face?, read by Jonathan Keeble

01:11

Johann Sebastian Bach

Violin Sonata no.1 in G minor, BWV.1001: Adagio (extract)

Performer: Julia Fischer (violin)

PENTATONE PTC5186072 Tr.1

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