Friday, September 01, 2006


Below is the playlist for last week's program on (or rather, mash-up of) music from The Netherlands. Apologies to regular listeners who were hoping to hear complete works but I hope you found something to enjoy there.

1. (D and A Theme)Barry: 'Overture', The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, Markson / RTE National Symphony Orchestra, RTE
2. Frans Van Schaik: 'Ketelbinkie', Cafe Rotterdam, Intermusic
3. Clemens Non Papa: Si Mores Dissolvit, Cancion Francesca, Capilla Flamenca / La Caccia, Etcetera
4. Vermeulen: Cello Sonata No.1, 2nd movement, Bijlsma / de Leeuw, Composers' Voice LP
5. Wagemans: Muziek II, Sudwestfunk Orchestra / Bour, Donemus
6. de Leeuw: Music for Piano I, Krochmalska, Gaudeamus Foundation LP
7. Staalplaat 3"CD sampler, track 2
8. Loevendie: Six Turkish Tone Poems, Dorow / de Leeuw
9. Staalplaat, track 6
10. Schat: The Fall, Netherlands Chamber Choir / van dan Hombergh, Composers' Voice LP
11. Heppner: Nachklange, Netherlands Chamber Choir / Muller, Composers' Voice LP
12. Staalplaat, track 7
13. Kilima Hawaiians: 'Ola Bapa Dja', Cafe Rotterdam, Intermusic
14. Wagemans: Rosebud, Hague Philharmonic Choir / van Steen, Donemus
15. van Noordt: Psaume 119, Bailleux, Stil Discoteque LP
16. Andriessen: Worker's Union, Bang On A Can, Canteloupe
17. van Noordt: Psaume 24.
18. Staalplaat, track 4.
19. Ten-Holt: Lemniskaat, Dijkhuizen / Brink / van Groningen à Stuling / Wieringa, Composers' Voice
20. Beequeen: limited edition 3"
21. Jaap Blonk, Staalplaat 3" CD
23. de Vries: Areas (played backwards), Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra / Zinman, Composers' Voice
24. Kirkegaard: 'Church', Four Rooms, Touch

Apologies also to Driftwood, the folk duo I saw perform all over Vlieland and whose music I had hoped to play - we'll be playing them this Friday, September 1st, on a show focusing on new and recent releases. Hope you can tune in...

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