Tuesday, August 22, 2006


Here is the playlist for the show on waltzes, broadcast Friday 18th August:

1. (D and A Theme)Barry: 'Overture', The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, Markson / RTE National Symphony Orchestra, RTE
2. Burl Ives: 'There was an Old Lady' (mistakenly played), from The Best of Burl Ives, Half Moon
3. Burl Ives: 'There's a Hole in my Bucket', as above.
4. Ravel: La Valse, CBSO / Rattle, EMI
5. Various: 'Four Waltzes', from The Waltz: Ecstasy and Mysticism, Concerto Koln / Sarband, DG
6. Anton Karas, 'Cafe Mozart Waltz', The Very Best of Anton Karas, Disconform
7. Tom Waits: 'Good Old World', from Night on Earth OST, Island
8. Hank Williams: 'How Can You Refuse Him Now?', from The Gospel According to Hank Williams, Country Stars
9. Dohnanyi: Waltzes Op. 3, Duo Egri abd Pertis, Hungaraton
10. Satie: Poudre d'or, Queffelec, Virgin
11. Gershwin, arr. Finnissy: They're Writing Songs of Love But not for Me, Ian Pace, Metier
12. Schnittke: Piano Quintet, second Movement, Borodin String Quartet / Ludmilla Berlinsky, Virgin
13. Elfman: 'Waltz to the Death', Batman OST, Warner Brothers
14. Tchaikovsky, arr. Kunzel: 'Waltz', The Neverending Waltz, Kunzel and the Cincinatti Pops, Telarc
15. Chopin, Waltz No.5, Lipatti, EMI
16. Strauss, arr. Schoenberg: Kaiserwaltz, Arditti String Quartet and Friends, Montaigne

Thanks for listening. (Tim)

I'm back from a trip around the Netherlands and as it was so sublime I'm paying homage, like previous shows on France and the Czech Republic, by devoting (most of) this Friday's program to music from that glorious land, along with a few new releases. Tim will be away watching David McAlmont's final DJ spot, but I will be joined by occasional collaborator Max Benezeth of Les Sept Mondes for a messy alternative to our regular show. Hope you can join us. (Josh)

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