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May 2021

Fact Club Qu x Rewire: Badsista, Hyph11e, Siete Catorce, Tzusing, BFTT, Bashar Suleiman

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Portrait of a psychedelic renegade.

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Aaron Copland (1900-1990)

This week, Donald Macleod explores Aaron Copland’s most productive decade, and features some of his best loved works in full. During this time Copland hit his prime. He became recognised as America’s leading composer, winning the Pulitzer Prize in Music and an Academy Award for his work in Hollywood.

He toured Europe and South America, absorbing diverse influences from each, and composed key works including his Symphony No.3, Appalachian Spring, Lincoln Portrait, Fanfare for the Common Man and Rodeo.

We get a sense of how Copland’s personal and professional interests developed over the 1940s and learn about his friendships and challenges during and in the aftermath of World War II.

Music Featured:

John Henry: A Railroad Ballet for Orchestra
Quiet City
Piano Sonata
Our Town
Music for Movies
Lincoln Portrait
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Danzón Cubano – (version for 2 pianos)
Las Agachadas (The Shake-Down Song)
Sonata for violin and piano
Fanfare for the Common Man
Appalachian Spring Suite (version for 13 instruments)
Letter From Home
The Red Pony Suite
Third Symphony (2nd & 3rd mvt)
The Heiress Suite
Preamble for a Solemn Occasion
Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson (Nos 4, 5 & 12)
An Outdoor Overture (version for wind ensemble)
Four Piano Blues
Clarinet Concerto

Presented by Donald Macleod
Produced by Iain Chambers

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Henry Bruce-Jones patten links up with Antipop Consortium’s Beans for ‘Eat Smoke’

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Songlines Music Awards 2021 Winners’ Announcement
Join us at 10am (BST) on May 13, 2021 for the announcement of the winners in this year’s Songlines Music Awards in the categories: Africa & Middle East, Americas, Europe, Asia & Pacific, Fusion, Best Artist and Best Group. For more information on the awards and details of all of this year’s nominees, visit https://ift.tt/3dKYgGL

Music by Bab L’Bluz – Ila Mata

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Songlines Music Awards 2021 Winners’ Announcement
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Peter Robinson New Music Friday: Georgia Twinn’s done a song about a moth

Georgia Twinn continues her fairly robust campaign to become one of Britain’s best new popstars this week with Moth, which references Nirvana and combined with Olivia Rodrido’s recent homage to…

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Vrinda Jagota Get to Know Arooj Aftab, the Defiant Singer Who’s Reimagining Traditional South Asian Music for Today

In this Rising interview, the boundary-breaking artist talks about growing up on Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Jeff Buckley, accepting grief as part of life, and her stunning new album, Vulture Prince.

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Sam Richards Exclusive! Watch a video for the new track by John Dwyer and friends

OSees leader John Dwyer has reassembled the same crew who recorded last year’s experimental throwdown Bent Arcana – Ryan Sawyer, Peter Kerlin, Tom Dolas, Brad Caulkins, Kyp Malone, Marcos Rodriguez, Joce Soubiran, Laena Myers-Ionita and Andres Renteria, plus Ben Boye – for a new album of improv jams entitled Moon-Drenched.

It’s out May 28 on Castle Face and you can watch a video for the track “Psychic Liberation”, directed by Andrew Schrader, below:

“We can all use a moment of peace and for me that is improvisation,” says Dwyer. “Take your mind out of the game for a short while. Life is full of affronts and tests but pure art for art’s sake is where it’s at. Good luck out there, be strong.”

Pre-order Moon-Drenched here.

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