Late Works: By Ear #14

December 1, 2020 19:00


In this episode: "P.R.E" - The 'By Ear' recordings resume with Otto Willberg's double bass improvisation over Pike Ogilvy's drums, after loose association in response to Gvidas Pakarklis' postcards. Including recordings of Bridget Riley, Wassily Kandinsky, Björk & Walter Benjamin.


22-22 - fragment

Bridget Riley, David Thompson - Bridget Riley (1979) (film clips)

M. K. Čiurlionis - Prelude B flat minor VL169

Wassily Kandinsky - Bassoon (read by Joseph Bradley Hill)

John Williams - The Five Sacred Trees I. Eó Mugna

John Berger - Ways of Seeing (1972) (clip)

Spike Jonze, Charlie Kaufman - Adaptation (2002) (film clip)

Björk - It’s Oh So Quiet

Leonard Bernstein, Béla Bartók - Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta Sz.106

Pike Ogilvy & Otto Willberg - First Drums + Double Bass (Late Works: By Ear Vein 2.12)

Daphne Oram - Adwick High School Workshop Result No.3

Walter Benjamin - How the Boat Was Invented and Why It Is Called ‘Boat’ (read by Joseph Bradley Hill)

Monty Python - Fish License

Monty Python - Eric the Half-a-Bee


Here are the postcards that were made in response to the previous show, which were used as inspiration for this show:

There were no postcards sent this month.

Artists (Postcards):

Musicians (By Ear Recordings):

Visual Tracklist:

Watch the videos from this show (that exist on YouTube) via the link below, or just a taster: