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BBC Folk Connections January 2016

GUEST,henryp 28 Jan 16 - 11:05 AM
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Bonzo3legs 28 Jan 16 - 02:28 PM
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Subject: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 28 Jan 16 - 11:05 AM

BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting Folk Connections over this weekend, 29/30/31 January.

The content is wonderful, but the branding is haphazard - and the publicity is minimal.

Folk Connections

Half a dozen programmes have been specially commissioned, but the great majority of programmes over the weekend have links - of varying degree - to folk music.

Appalachian Trail

Here is a list of programmes for the series, and some leading up to it too.

Thursday 28 January

7:30pm BBC Radio 3 Radio 3 In Concert BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Recorded at Celtic Connections at the weekend
7:30 Liam O'Flynn, with his colleagues Arty McGlynn and Rod McVey, performs from his orchestrated repertoire, including The Brendan Voyage by Shaun Davey (excerpts)
8:30 Bela Fleck performs his own The Imposter Banjo Concerto, commissioned by the Nashville Symphony and premiered in 2011

Friday 29 January

10:30am Radio 3 Music in Time Delius's Brigg Fair
The focus is on the Modern period and Delius's English Rhapsody, Brigg Fair. 'Brigg Fair', the folksong, was 'collected' by Grainger in 1905 after a musical festival in the North Lincolnshire town of Brigg. When Delius heard Grainger's own arrangement of the song for solo tenor and chorus, he asked his permission to use it as the basis for this magnificent orchestral theme and variations.
2:00pm BBC Radio 3 Afternoon on 3
Penny Gore pre-empts Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend with a concert recorded in November at Chichester Festival Theatre. The BBC Concert Orchestra are joined by the folk musicians Nancy Kerr and James Fagan in a specially arranged programme featuring folk-inspired orchestral music by the likes of Holst, Moeran and Britten alongside traditional song and dance tunes.

BBC Radio 3 Folk Connections weekend; Celebrating folk music and the influence of folk on classical music

Friday 29 January

4:30pm In Tune Folk Connections Special Suzy Klein presents a special edition of In Tune live from Cecil Sharp House to launch Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend celebrating folk music and exploring how folk music has inspired composers through the centuries. Alongside traditional folk song there will be music influenced by folk, including the songs of George Butterworth in the year which marks the centenary of his death at the Somme.
11:00pm World on 3 Folk Connections Lopa Kothari presents music from Calan, Bella Hardy and Afro Celt Sound System from Celtic Connections at the CCA in Glasgow - performances by leading musicians from Scotland, Wales and England as part of Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend.

Saturday 30 January

7:00am Breakfast Tom McKinney including music for Folk Connections
10:30am Record Review Recent recordings of British folk music
12:15pm Music Matters Debating the appropriation of folk music in the classical repertoire with Sandra Kerr
1:00pm Saturday Classics chosen by Kathryn Tickell 2/2 (Available on demand 23 January Kathryn Tickell 1/2)
***3:00pm Folk Connections 1/3 Voice of the People Continuing Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend, Verity Sharp chairs a discussion about the history, origins and future of folk song collecting in the UK. With live performances from Emily Portman, Fay Hield and Thomas McCarthy.
***9:45pm Between the Ears Return to Brigg Fair
Jim Moray bends sound and time to recreate the encounter between composer Percy Grainger and elderly farm bailiff Joseph Taylor which marked a major turning point in the history of traditional folk music.
10:15pm Hear and Now Modern Muses Beamish's folk-infused double concerto Seavaigers
12:00 midnight Geoffrey Smith's Jazz The folk-jazz connection from Lead Belly to Dizzy Gillespie

Sunday 31 January

7:00am Breakfast Tom McKinney with folk-inspired classical music
9:00am Sunday Morning including Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger and Beethoven's settings of Scottish and Irish songs
12:00 noon Private Passions Michael Berkley welcomes Shirley Collins She tells Michael about her Sussex childhood, her passion for Baroque music, and the pleasure she's finding in singing again after a gap of more than thirty years. And we hear Shirley singing with her late sister and collaborator Dolly.
***1:00pm Folk Connections 2/3 Sam Lee and Friends in concert from Celtic Connections
2:00pm The Early Music Show Lucy Skeaping explores the influence of folk music on early music
4:00pm The Choir with guest Paul Sartin and his own Loft Singers
5:30pm Words and Music Village Minstrel - Celebrating John Clare Texts and music inspired by John Clare's poetry. With folk music from Paddy Tunney and Fred Jordan, singer-songwriters Vikki Clayton and Chris Wood, fiddler Giles Lewin and The Imagined Village, plus works by Britten, Haydn, Gurney, Tippett, Thomas and Linley.
***6:45pm Sunday Feature Cecil Sharp's Appalachian Trail Andy Kershaw follows Cecil Sharp's Appalachian Trail through Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee, hearing some of the songs he collected both in their original versions and in present-day interpretations in specially-recorded sessions from Martin Carthy, Brian Peters and more.
7:30pm Radio 3 in Concert Transatlantic Sessions concert from Celtic Connections
***11:50pm Folk Connections 3/3 Verity Sharp and Bruce MacGregor join the Festival after-show party, sample more highlights from Celtic Connections, and contrast the folk scenes in England and Scotland.

Radio 3 this week


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Felipa
Date: 28 Jan 16 - 02:14 PM

thanks - I've seen your message in time to listen tonight


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 28 Jan 16 - 02:28 PM

Many thanks for your efforts in all this.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 28 Jan 16 - 02:40 PM

Thank you.

Tonight's concert has just started - and sounds wonderful!

Lots more to come!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Marje
Date: 28 Jan 16 - 05:41 PM

Wow, I would never have spotted all this stuff, thank you so much!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 03:16 AM

Friday 29 January

10:30am Radio 3 Music in Time Delius's Brigg Fair
The focus is on the Modern period and Delius's English Rhapsody, Brigg Fair. 'Brigg Fair', the folksong, was 'collected' by Grainger in 1905 after a musical festival in the North Lincolnshire town of Brigg. When Delius heard Grainger's own arrangement of the song for solo tenor and chorus, he asked his permission to use it as the basis for this magnificent orchestral theme and variations.

2:00pm BBC Radio 3 Afternoon on 3
The BBC Concert Orchestra are joined by the folk musicians Nancy Kerr and James Fagan in a specially arranged programme featuring folk-inspired orchestral music by the likes of Holst, Moeran and Britten alongside traditional song and dance tunes.

We used to visit my Granny in Brigg every half term. She was living there when Percy Grainger first came to the North Lincolnshire Musical Festival in 1905 - and she may well have attended it too. I never thought to ask her.

In their concert, James sings Brigg Fair, while Nancy sings Fol the day, her tribute to Joseph Taylor. Just wonderful!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,matt milton
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 06:55 AM

For me, the pick is Sunday's edition of Private Passions - featuring Shirley Collins. Can't wait.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,Peter C
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 07:06 AM

The lack of publicity for this reminds me that there are only two theories of management - the conspiracy theory, and the cock up theory. (Actually some people only think there is one theory - the conspiracy cock up - but that is another subject!)Under the conspiracy theory, the BBC are reacting to continued pressure from people like us to put on some folk music at last, then can say, well no one listened, so no demand! Under the cock up theory, well it is just a cock up!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,DaveRo
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 07:38 AM

GUEST,Peter C wrote: The lack of publicity for this...
What do you expect the BBC to be doing that they're not doing? Adverts on TV?

There's a lack of publicity for radio generally. We've recently gone back - after some decades - to buying Radio Times, because other listing mags have either dropped radio in the face of more and more TV channels or are useless - they'll say 'composer of the week' without saying who. The BBC website is good, but to scan the week ahead I prefer a listings mag.

But the posts here are welcome - thanks for those.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,Peter C
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 08:00 AM

I also take Radio Times! But did not realise the scope and content of this festival. Adverts on TV - why not? BBC do it for other things!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 08:38 AM

Rosie Hood tweeted:

@RosieHood
Here @cecilsharphouse for @BBCRadio3 @BBCInTune this afternoon! @OllieKing @TheDovetailTrio


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 08:46 AM

Leveret were superb on Late Junction - 25 minutes of performance, that's what I call a session, I have it playing in my car today!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 09:25 AM

Presumably, the BBC wants Folk Connections to retain its classical music listeners and attract new listeners to Radio 3.

I don't think the publicity for Folk Connections reached most people with an interest in folk, except those who are already regular Radio 3 listeners.

There are some indications of integration in the programmes and announcements on Radio 3. But I'm afraid Folk Connections is unlikely to attract many new listeners to either Radio 3 or folk music.

That is a shame, because it has a lot to offer. But I shall enjoy it!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 12:11 PM

Very nice stuff on Afternoon On 3 today (Friday) from Nancy Kerr and James Fagan. Some unaccompanied singing, some duet, some with fiddle and plucked thing (bouzouki? Come on, I'm a harmonica man!) and some with the BBC Concert Orchestra. We even got the Archers theme during their break! Lovely, fresh, flexible voices without a hint of affectation. Get it on iPlayer! That's Radio 3 by the way.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 12:15 PM

A second interview or were they reusing the Late Junction interview from Tuesday?


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 12:56 PM

If that was to me, it wasn't an interview. It was a concert.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 03:40 PM

Different then, Tuesday was more like Desert Island Discs.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 04:43 PM

Steve - and anyone else - you can encourage Radio 3 if you like a programme.

You can air your views by contacting Points of View.

For opinions and comments on BBC Radio output use the Feedback programme page.

If you'd like to tell us how much you enjoyed a BBC programme, or send us any appreciative comments, you can do so by using the 'Contact Us' link below.

If you would like to contact a BBC programme have a look at the Contact a programme FAQ. Not all programmes can be contacted directly, but the FAQ will help point you in the right direction.

Alternatively you can use the 'Contact Us' link to send us your comments or ask a question.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 04:47 PM

Well, Guest, you're talking to a bloke who's had his name read out 21 times by Rob and Sarah for getting the daily challenge right! :-)


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 29 Jan 16 - 04:48 PM

Leveret

Hare-raising!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Felipa
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 06:44 AM

I'm listening to bbc radio 3 a lot this weekend, because of the special programming.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 07:28 AM

Radio 3 continuity announcers say, "For full details, see the Folk Connections website."

But there isn't a front page! At least, I can't find one.

There are pages for individual programmes - with lots of interesting clips - but there is no description of the whole weekend. Very strange.

Coming up next in Music Matters, 12:15 onwards

Folk Connections: Folk and classical connections

As part of Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend, Tom Service talks to folk musician Sandra Kerr, classical music writer and broadcaster Stephen Johnson, and music historian & ethnographer Philip Bohlman about the boundaries between folk and classical genres and the appropriation of folk music into classical repertoire.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 07:32 AM

All available for download as aac 320kbps - with appropriate free software!!!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,Joe G
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 07:58 AM

Radio 3 is the first place I would look for folk music content on the radio - there is a lot of it in programmes such as Late Junction and World on 3. I scour the Radio Times each week to what is coming up - only listings magazine worth considering!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: FreddyHeadey
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 09:05 AM

Henryp "...But there isn't a front page! At least, I can't find one."
In some ways the BBC web pages are brilliant, in other ways they baffle me too.
The one that looks like the front page
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b070wx5d

is only useful in giving an episodes tab

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b070wx5d/episodes/guide

The other thing they do is so sometimes have a 'contact' button on a page but when there isn't a button they never say "sorry you can't contact the producers of this programme". As I can never quite remember where the contact button should be I can spend ages looking for it. Here.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: MoorleyMan
Date: 30 Jan 16 - 07:21 PM

You're right on both counts, Guest Joe G!
Radio 3 does a lot for the promotion of the spectrum of folk music, presenting it in an informed context and a sensible, non-sensational manner while not losing sight of its entertainment value.
The difficulty of "signposting" individual musical items is recognised, though, and the various programmes' playlists go some way towards addressing this.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 31 Jan 16 - 08:05 AM

I doubt we'll hear anything else as moving as A Denying (The Blacksmith) by Shirley Collins, and her sister Dolly.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Continuity Jones
Date: 31 Jan 16 - 08:38 AM

Wonderful to hear all this on BBC R3. I've listened in to maybe four of the programmes and they've all been top notch.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 31 Jan 16 - 09:03 AM

More live music from Celtic Connections on BBC Radio Ulster "Folk Club" 7pm this evening

Here is the webstream for high quality at 320kbps

http://a.files.bbci.co.uk/media/live/manifesto/audio/simulcast/hls/uk/sbr_high/ak/bbc_radio_ulster.m3u8


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 31 Jan 16 - 09:12 AM

Anthems In Eden (the song cycle, not the whole CD), by Shirley and Dolly, has long been on my list of eight desert island discs. Not forgetting the contribution of the much-loved, much-lamented, wonderful David Munrow. It was lovely to hear Shirley on Private Passions. She mischievously challenged her interviewer to find an example of a Handel piece sung by an untrained voice!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 03:09 AM

And so it ends, now I have about 20 hours of recordings to sort out!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 01:59 PM

Crikey, it's 38 hours !!!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 03:25 PM

Every half term, we used to stay with my Granny in Brigg. And Brigg Fair cropped up four times! Ruairidh Greig talked about Joseph Taylor and the White Hare was mentioned in Nancy Kerr's song;

Though the end of time is long before us
We are hunted like the Oldham Hare
Let us sing like it's the fifth of August
And our love is way beyond the fair

Fol the day-O, love is sweet-O
Seeds are blooming underneath our feet-O
From the fields through city streets-O
Like a Joseph Taylor melody


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 02:47 AM

Pity that a set list has not been posted for the Folk Connections "In Tune" programme.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 06:55 AM

@Bonzo3legs
Contrary to Mudcat myth most of the world doesn't even know that this site exists. It is very easy to contact the BBC, Google is your friend!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 08:05 AM

Ah thanks I might try that.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: FreddyHeadey
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 12:02 PM

re Folk Connections "In Tune" programme
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06xyqr5

00:00:30 Dovetail Trio*......
- Banks of Mossy

00:05:40 Florilegium........
- Ellen O'.....?

00:12:00 Florilegium........
Teleman - trio Am

00:15:15 Peter Savidge & David Owen Norris ......
Vaughan Williams - Linden Lea

00:22:45 Peter Savidge & David Owen Norris ......
Cecil Sharp - Incidental Music from Midsummer Night's

Dream - Roses

00:25:30 Belshazzar's Feast......
John Playford - Mundesse & Gathering Peascods

00:32:50 Rosie Hood & Ollie King...
- William Taylor

00:40:30 Emily Portman, Rosie Hood & Ollie King.....
- Eilmer the Flying Monk

00:45:05 Peter Savidge & David Owen Norris......
George Butterworth - The Lads In Their hundreds

00:51:00 Peter Savidge & David Owen Norris ......
George Butterworth - Come My Own One
(this was actually quite straight)

00:53:10 Florilegium........
Thomas Baltzar - Variations on John con______?

01:01:20 Florilegium........
Francesco Barsanti - Scots Aires

01:06:40 Belshazzar's Feast......
- Abbots Bromley

01:13:20 Belshazzar's Feast......
Cisely Fox Smith & Sarah Morgan - Home Lad Home (
href="@displaysong.cfm?SongID=10098">Homeward
)

01:20:30 David Owen Norris......
Butterworth/Grainger(/Sharp) - Helston Ferry, Shepherd's Hey

01:23:10 RLPO...........
Butterworth - Engish Idyl no 1

01:37:30 Florilegium........
from a Bolivian folk tune - "January"

01:43:00 Peter Savidge & David Owen Norris ......
Britten - O Waly, Waly

01:47:50 Dovetail Trio*......
- Two Magicians

01:56:40 Belshazzar's Feast......
- If I Was A Blackbird


*Rosie Hood, Matt Quinn, Jamie Roberts


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: GUEST,Clive Pownceby
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 12:47 PM

Enjoyed everything I heard, so thanks Henry for giving us the heads-up on this. Would that it could the start of a regular programming even if on a lesser but more frequent scale.


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 04:37 PM

Many thanks FreddyHeady, I'm not seeing that set list when I go into the programme page!


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Subject: RE: BBC Folk Connections January 2016
From: FreddyHeadey
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 05:55 PM

B3l
....quiet afternoon at work.... and it deserved another listen.
I'm not sure about the spellings/timings...


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