Wednesday, October 31, 2007


Here is the playlist for our programme on Sex, broadcast October 19:

1. Schulhoff: Sonata Erotica

2. Weill: Song of Sexual Slavery

3. Luzzasco:

4. Barry: Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

5. Janacek: Diary of One Who Disappeared

6. Bonnie Prince Billy: After I've Made Love to You

7. Wagner: Tristan and Isolde

8. Bessie Smith: I'm Wild at That Thing

9. Ades: Powder Her Face

10. Smith: You've Got to Gimme Some

11. Bruce Springsteen: Tougher Than the Rest

12. Phonique / Robert Babicz: River

13. Mozart: Dearest, wear a Condom

14. Wagner: Tristan...

15. The Necks: Sex

Thanks for listening. Anyone wanting further information please get in touch - contact details all at the top of this page.

Friday, October 19, 2007


Last Friday, October 12, we played microtonal music, and featured works by Alois Haba (pictured, on his quartet-tone piano), Bach, Bartok, Rytis Mazulis, Ligeti, Scelsi, Foulds, Ives, Partch, some gamelan, and finished with Haba's monstrous quarter tone opera, The Mother.
The week before we played film music. Do get in touch if you'd like any additional information.
Tonight, October 19, we're playing music on the theme of sex - ooh err! Expect some Wagner, Barry, Gainsbourgh and The Necks.

Monday, October 08, 2007


Our first show for the new season has now been and gone, and featured various pieces of music we'd been enjoying over the past few months. Opening with our theme tune, the overture from Gerlad Barry's Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, we then played work by Gordon Mumma, Mendelssohn's Octet, Bryman, Cardew, Porter Wagoner, Lola Flores, Nono, Hindemith, Haass, Enescu, Mazulis (pictured), Arthur Lyman and Donnacha Dennehey. Many thanks to Lina, our Lithuanian engineer, for pronunciation assistance. Our second show, on film music, was last Friday - full playlist details will be posted wehn (if?) I can locate them. Do please get in touch if you'd like any additional information - contact details at the top of the page.

This Friday, October 12th, we'll be looking at microtonality. Expect to hear music by Alois Haba, among others.