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BBC Radio 3 Late Junction: Lute Junction

For one night only, Late Junction becomes Lute Junction as we explore sounds created on instruments from the extensive lute family. Jennifer Lucy Allan leads our whistlestop tour, sharing pieces from the Renaissance to the present day from all corners of the globe.

There’ll be carnatic music performed with the Indian vina and Xylouris White’s meditative repetitions on the Cretan lute as well as sounds by the panduri that accompanies traditional polyphonic singing in Georgia. There’ll be experiments on the Chinese pipa accompanied by field recordings from duo Southeast of Rain, and transportative rituals from Gnawa legend Maalem Mahmoud Gania’s guembri, a three-stringed bass lute. It won’t all be lute-shaped though, Elsewhere there’ll be new releases from Jamaican collective Equiknoxx’s Gavsborg and his joyous living-room collages to traditional Yiddish songs reinterpreted by experimental cellist Francesca Ter-Berg.

Produced by Katie Callin A Reduced Listening Production for BBC Radio

1 Kooshin – Meeday Dahabadeydii

2 John Dowland – Prelude, P. 98

3 Southeast of Rain – Day 8 Between Fleeting Somethings

4 Sathönay – Tekirdag

5 Praed Orchestra! – Embassy Of Embarrassment

6 Raven Chacon – Chorale

7 Francesca Ter‐Berg – Wtybcrechk

8 Gavsborg – Domestic Termites Love Rock Music

9 Ekegogo player – Ekegogo – Spike Lute

10 Telavi Ensemble – Dililme

11 Marianne Schuppe – Deux

12 Maalem Mahmoud Gania – Shaba Kouria

13 William Parker – Essence Calling Out

14 Reet Maff’l – I’m Just a Bit Concerned / Trolley

15 Xylouris White – Goat Hair Bow

16 Toru Takemitsu – Kwaidan: 3. Biwa-Uta

17 Maurice Louca – Benhayyi Al​-​Baghbaghan (Salute the Parrot)

18 Caterina Barbieri & Evelyn Saylor – Fantas Variation for Voices

19 M. Nageswara Rao – Telisi Rama Chintanato

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