Presented by Helen Ottaway and Michael Ormiston.
LISTEN : A SUMMER OF SOUND ART was hosted by Black Swan Arts Frome during the summer of 2019. The season included exhibitions, installations, concerts, talks, walks and workshops. Check out the artists and programme at http://www.listensoundart.co.uk. This series of programmes made specially for FromeFM gives a flavour of what LISTEN was all about and includes interviews, performances and playlists chosen by the artists involved in the season. Broadcasting every 4th Wednesday between 7 – 8 pm.
Listen Playlist Show 1 : Bennett Hogg Wednesday 13th November 2019
Devil’s Water – A film by Merrie Snell with music and field recordings by Bennett Hogg and Stefan Östersjö. See the film at https://vimeo.com/360666722
Catch the Horsetail – Electroacoustic music by Sabine Vogel
Jarrow Slake – Field recording by Tim Shaw from his album “Split Frequencies”
Smallcleugh – A film by Alan Smith, with music by Bennett Hogg. See the film at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6f5gg1w7II
Dawn Chorus – extract recorded by natural history sound recordist Geoff Sample.
The Full Dawn Chorus: 2019 Composed by Bennett Hogg
Listen Playlist Show 2 : Sadie Harrison Wednesday 11th December 2019
Vigani’s Others – Composed by Sadie Harrison for soprano, vibraphones, bowed crotales and strings
Watan Jan (Dear Homeland) - Composed by Sadie Harrison, played by Ensemble Zohra, Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM),
Lezghinka Dance - Traditional from Tiflis, Georgia. a 1909 Recording
Alban Berg Piano Sonata opus 1 Performed by Maria Yudina
Gulestan – e -nur/Rose garden of light Section 1 - Composed by Sadie Harrison, performed by ensemble Zohra and chamber ensemble Cuatro Puntos
Gulestan – e -nur/Rose garden of light Section 2 - Composed by Sadie Harrison, performed by ensemble Zohra and chamber ensemble Cuatro Puntos
Allah Hu (This is God) - Composed by Sadie Harrison, solo viola performed by Kevin Bishop
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