The Blue of the Night with Eamonn Lenihan

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    Coming up on Sunday's programme...

    Oct 19. Emil Gilels (pictured) was born on this day in 1916. On tonight's BLUE, he plays a well-known Beethoven piece; as does the Tokyo String Quartet; Eamonn also links duetting pianists Kevin Hays and Brad Mehldau; Peter Gabriel with Robert Fripp; business graduate-cum-oud-player Attab Haddad; we'll hear a new recording from Germany's Felice Sound Orchestra; Paris-based Jun Miyake; music by Welsh composer Stephen Goss; a rarity - flute featured in the Ellington Orchestra - from "the New Orleans Suite"; and Theo Bleckmann (see BLUE TUNES, below) sings a song that will be familiar to Marlene Dietrich fans. 10pm start...

    The Blue of the Night with Eamonn Lenihan Friday 28 February 2014

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    Richard Strauss - not his operas but his songs and sonatas - in the Blue Tunes spotlight all this week including his Four Last Songs

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    Franz Liszt: Oct  20th - 26th
     
    Fransz Liszt is remembered as a virtuoso. Much of his self-composed concert repertoire is considered to be the most technically-difficult music written for piano. In the week of the anniversary of his birth, "The Blue Of The Night" features Liszt's late career compositions, including low-key pieces for cello and piano performed by, amongst others, Paul Lewis, Nikolai Lugansky, Pascal Amoyel and Emmanuelle Bertrand. Join us any night between now and Sunday, from 10pm...
     

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