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2015-12-10 05:06:36

This Thursday night, we listen to the Grimethorpe Colliery Band, performing a Christmas Suite; new jazz by bassist/composer Misha Mullov-Abbado; Arthur Jeffes, continuing where his father left off with the Penguin Café Orchestra; we hear four Finnish harmonica-players, a.k.a. Svang; Peter Stampfel singing of “Goodbye To Booze”; more from the re-issue of the Bill Evans back catalogue on Fantasy Records; Philip Aaberg, playing a Bach prelude; Letizia Romiti, interpreting a Bach pastorale on church organ; jazz vocalist Kate McGarry, on the subject of the man she loves; and a rendition of “Jack Frost” by Waterson Carthy (see video).

 

 

"The Blue of the Night" - RTÉ lyric fm, Thursday 10pm…

 

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2015-12-06 09:37:44

On Sunday's BLUE, Talich Quartet play part of a string quartet by Johann Kalliwoda; Bugge Wesseltoft delivers movement seventeen; Caentano Veloso sings a song you may know from a particular Pedro Almodóvar movie; we hear Debussy's orchestration of a famous Satie melody; as well as Roy Harper's "East Of The Sun"; Paul Hillier directs the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Cassandra Wilson knows all about love; John Surman relates a tale of the ancient; and Radu Lupu interprets Beethoven; we've new jazz from Aaron Diehl; the ambient strains of Stephan Micus; part of a piano prelude by Baptiste Trotignon; the Ellington orchestra plays a little blues in orbit; Punch Brothers (see video) sing of "Missy"; and the Irish Chamber Orchestra perform music by Morton Gould.

 

 

"The Blue of the Night" - RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 10pm...

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2015-12-05 13:58:52

Lidija Bizjak attended the Music Academy in Belgrade before going on to study formally at the Paris Conservatoire. In 2002, she founded a piano duo with her sister Sanja (someone who'd publicly performed Haydn's Keyboard Concerto in D Major with the Belgrade Philharmonic when she was just 7 years of age). This Saturday, the siblings (see video) play a sonata for 2 pianos by Igor Stravinsky. Also coming our way tonight, Stan Getz with Gerry Mulligan; singer-songwriter David Sylvian; modern classical music by Rob Keeley; kora-player Ballaké Sissoko; a lament by Chris Potter; an elegy by Elliot Carter; a huffin' and puffin' Ray Nance; John Lee Hooker's "Tupelo Blues"; lutenist Robert Barto; Ry Cooder's "My Dwarf Is getting Tired"; Basie swings while Ray Charles sings of the long and winding road; Radu Lupu performs Grieg; there's a song by Marissa Nadler; and Ukranian pianist/composer Lubomyr Melnyk.

 

 

"The Blue of the Night" - RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 10:10pm (approx)

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2015-12-04 07:02:32

On Friday's BLUE, we'll listen to La Ritarata perform music from the 18th century; 2 x Ewan MacColl; Wynton Marsalis with the Orion String Quartet; singer-songwriter Lisa O'Neill; a harp concerto by Henriette Renié; Dennis Rollins' Velocity Trio, playing a tune associated with Bette Midler; French chanteuse Barbara; Dowland's "La Mia Barbara"; part of a jazz suite inspired by a Dylan Thomas radio drama; separate recordings by Beth Orton (see video) and her husband Sam Amidon; more from Romanian pianist Radu Lupu; and a solo piano reading of John Lennon's "Real Love", which you may know from a TV advertising campaign back in 2014.

 

 

"The Blue of the Night" - RTÉ lyric fm, Friday 9:30pm (approx)...

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2015-11-29 09:53:58

On Sunday's BLUE, we'll hear part of a Mendelssohn string trio; Charlie Haden with Geri Allen and Paul Motian; Bessie Smith and her "Kitchen Man"; "Oriental" music by Granados; a youthful Paul Brady, inclined to ramble; Dvorak's "Silent Woods"; more from Felip Carbonell's new double CD; 2 songs by Paul Buchanan (of The Blue Nile); a solo piano work by Harald Saeverud, one of Norway's most admired composers of the 20th century (see video); re-issued Joachim Kuhn; Irish cellist-cum-singer Naomi Berrill; Patricia Barber, crooning about a "Silent Partner"; and Max Richter, on the nature of daylight.

 

 

"The Blue of the Night" - RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 10pm...