• 00:01 Gregorio Paniagua, ‘Anakrousis’, 1978
  • 00:05 Bernie Krause, TED talk (excerpt), 2013
  • 02:36 David Rothenberg, ‘Treehop’ (excerpt), 2013
  • 04:28 Graeme Revell, ‘Variation on the Sakura’, 1986
  • 05:57 Bernie Krause/Richard Blackford, ‘Song of the Musician Wren’ (excerpt), 2014
  • 06:01 Les Baxter, ‘Frogs’ (excerpt), 1972
  • 09:36 Jim Nollman, ‘Froggy Went a Courting’ (excerpt), 1973
  • 11:12 Lisa Walker, ‘Tenakee Feeding Call’ (excerpt), 2001
  • 12:10 David Rothenberg, ‘Whales and Nightingales’ (excerpt), 2007, possibly earlier
  • 14:02 Maciunas Ensemble and Kanary Grand Band, ‘Live With the Birds’ (excerpt), 1997
  • 15:30 On Fillmore, ‘Checking In’ (excerpt), 2009
  • 16:23 Jonathan Harvey, ‘Bird Concerto With Pianosong’ (excerpt), 2001
  • 17:52 Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, ‘From Here to Ear’ (excerpt), 2010
  • 19:18 Virginia Belmont/Franz Schubert/Canaries, ‘Ave Maria’ (excerpt), 1825/1960
  • 21:34 Bernie Krause/Richard Blackford, ‘Elegy’ (excerpt), 2014
  • 22:02 Beatrice Harrison, ‘Londonderry Air’ (excerpt), 1924
  • 23:34 Karlheinz Stockhausen, ‘Mittwochs-Abschied’ (excerpt), 1996
  • 25:08 Annea Lockwood, ‘World Rhythms’ (excerpt), 1975
  • 26:26 Olivier Messiaen and Yvonne Loriod, ‘Untitled’ (excerpt), date unknown
  • 27:52 Evan Parker, untitled track from Evan Parker With Birds (excerpt), 2004
  • 29:14 Gregorio Paniagua, ‘Anakrousis’, 1978
27/05/2021 29' 21''

English

Annea Lockwood

The PROBES AUXILIARIES dig deeper into the main programme topic but are also programmed for your ecstatic listening pleasure; so examples here are edited and sequenced and cut together on the wheels of steal; there’s no talking either (at least not by me), so you need to download the playlist to get the details, backstory and relevance of each of the pieces featured. In this new episode, composers and performers expand their classical, contemporary, avant garde, jazz, rock, electronic and installation art vocabularies by incorporating real or virtual collaborations with wildlife, soundscapes, insects, amphibia, birds, whales and wolves. And we learn what a whale has in common with a nightingale.

Curated by Chris Cutler
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