Sound Out with Ian McGlynn

Sound Out with Ian McGlynn

Sunday, 9-10pm

Sound Out Sunday 25 August 2019

Sound Out with Ian McGlynn

Tonight we hear orchestral works by Mozart in chamber music arrangements, and viola da gamba works by Marin Marais

The Glenarm Festival of Voice in Antrim and contemporary organ works in Dun Laoghaire

The Glenarm Festival of Voice in Antrim and contemporary organ works in Dun Laoghaire

In tonight's Gig Guide with Sheelagh Dempsey, the Glenarm Festival of Voice with the NI Opera Studio in Antrim, jazz at MPV with Ronan Guilfoyle, Simon Jermyn & Matthew Jacobson and organist David Adams plays Jonathan Nangle and Sebastian Adams - nice!

Sunday October 27th

Refleksija (Reflection) is a musical dialogue between Serbian composer Dejan Despic and Irish composer Ian Wilson, and also the title of their new collaborative album. Based on the idea of glints of light or sound reflected from the object to the observer, tonight we explore these new works performed by the Anime Violin Trio. We’ll also hear the latest album from English lute/viola ensemble Fretwork, the follow-up to their acclaimed debut release of thirty years ago, In Nomine.


Sunday November 3rd

In the early nineteenth century, chamber music for wind ensemble moved from private salons to public venues, elevating it from background party music to works for concert performance. Tonight we explore a new album of Beethoven’s original and arranged wind music from the time performed by the period wind ensemble, Boxwood & Brass. We’ll also hear songs from baritone Christopher Maltman accompanied by Joseph Middleton that reflect a narrative of a soldier at war, an album called The Soldier: From Severn to Somme.

(Boxwood & Brass photo by Tom Bowles)


Watch Jennifer Walshe's The Site of an Investigation 

Dublin-born composer Jennifer Walshe was recently elected to the highly prestigious German Akademie der Kunste, the first Irish-born member. A unique voice in contemporary music composition and performance, tonight we’ll hear Walshe’s The Site of an Investigation, the world premiere performance recorded at New Music Dublin earlier this year. Featuring Walshe on vocals with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jean Deroyer, the piece considers our contemporary predicament and takes in microplastics, Facebook likes, grief, precarity, interplanetary colonisation, artificial intelligence and loss. 


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You can now hear our playlists each week on Spotify, and where possible we'll include all the music featured on the programme. 

Music Played on the Show

21:05

Title: L’Isle Joyeuse

Composer: Debussy, Claude

Performer(s): Imogen Cooper (Piano)

Album: Iberia y Francia - Imogen Cooper / Chandos / CHAN 20119

Duration: 8:12

21:14

Title: Suite In E Minor

Composer: Marais, Marin

Performer(s): Robert Smith (Viola Da Gamba)

Album: La Gracieuse: Pièces de viole by Marin Marais / Resonus / RES10106

Duration: 14:27

21:29

Title: Symphony No 41 In C Major 'Jupiter' K551 (3rd Movement) Minuetto: Allegretto

Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Performer(s): David Owen Norris (Piano)

Album: The Jupiter Project: Mozart in the nineteenth-century drawing room / Hyperion / CDA68234

Duration: 11:20

21:39

Title: It's Green

Composer: Jermyn, Simon

Performer(s): Simon Jermyn

Album: Hymni / Diatribe / 837 6549 8388 1

Duration: 4:48

21:46

Title: Symphony No 41 In C Major 'Jupiter' K551 (4th Movement) Finale Allegro Molto

Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Performer(s): David Owen Norris (Piano)

Album: The Jupiter Project: Mozart in the nineteenth-century drawing room / Hyperion / CDA68234

Duration: 12:11

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Presenter: Ian McGlynn

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