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7:00 Resound

New Zealand music from the RNZ archives (2 of 10)

WHITEHEAD: Karohirohi (The Shimmering Light) - NZSO/ Alexander Lazarev (rec 23/6/06)
Introduced by Kenneth Young (RNZC)
CARR: Sonata for solo violin - Sigrun Edvaldsdottir (vln) (rec 26/3/93)
GARDNER: Some other plots for Babel - 175 East, Hamish McKeich (rec 20/8/00)

LIGETI: Lux aeterna
Choir of North German Radio, Helmut Franz
DG 477 6443

8.00 Kenny Barron @ Kennedy Centre Jazz Club, Washington

Kenny Barron (pno), Kiyoshi Kitigawa (bass), Jonathan Blake (drums)
MONK: Shuffle Boil; BARRON: New Samba; ELLINGTON/STRAYHORN: Medley: Lotus Blossom, A Flower is a Lovesome Thing, Melancholia, Star-Crossed Lovers; FRAGOS/BAKER/GASPARRE: I Hear a Rhapsody; BARRON: Calypso; Theme (NPR/EBU)

BJARNASON: Bow to String
Soeunn Porsteindottir  (cello), Valgeir Sigurusson (electronics)
Bedroom Community HVALUR 7 CD

Katie Buckley (harp), Frank Aarnink (percussion)
Bedroom Community HVALUR 7 CD

Remix of a track originally by Pole
From Four Tet’s Remixes album

9.30 Illegal Harmonies

Written & presented by Andrew Ford

(3 of 10) Anarchy & Order
The first world war - the Great War - changed a lot of people. Suddenly there were returned soldiers in the streets missing their limbs - or their minds. Composers changed too. Elgar and Sibelius gave it all way. And as for those pre-war revolutionaries: Stravinsky went back to the baroque, while Schoenberg wrote waltzes. But there were those who viewed war with contempt - and who viewed art with contempt, too. The Dadaists, in fact, laughed at everything. Still, if you wanted music that was bracingly new and full of optimism, there was always jazz.

Music by Igor Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Kurt Schwitters, Erik Satie, George Antheil, Edgard Varèse, Ruth Crawford Seeger, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Kurt Weill. (ABC Classic FM)

See the ABC website for this programme

11.00 New Music Dreams

AMIINA: Kurr (album)
Performed by Amiina