Bluetone I Fagiolini

A beautiful singing voice can mesmerise us, opening an acoustical door to new worlds. This week's Bluetone will do just that when you listen to one of the world's greatest choirs, the Latvian Radio Choir, singing modern arrangements of traditional songs such as Riga Dimd and Sen to Rigu Daudzinaja; Poulenc's Gloria sung by Cambridge's own Polyphony with the Britten Sinfonia conducted by Stephen Layton, and the outstanding vocal ensemble I Fagiolini, performing Bede's Death Song, a contemporary work composed by Sean Rourke.

Throw your cares away and join presenter Anne L Ryan in another world this Thursday September 18 at 9pm for Bluetone on Cambridge Community Radio209radio 105fm.

Moving Tone would like to hear from composers both amateur and professional who would like their music performed on Bluetone. Please send a good quality CD and a biography (mp3s are not acceptable as the quality is not good enough) to:

Moving Tone Promotions Ltd (NFP) 6A Green End, Comberton, Cambs CB23 7DY

Bluetone covers contemporary music from across the spectrum of experimental, avant-garde, electro-acoustic and new music from all over the world every fourth Thursday on 209radio.

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