Late Works: By Ear #6

April 7, 2020 19:00


In this episode, more influences and loose association in response to postcards sent in by Plum Cloutman, Ines Gradot, Danny Leyland, Ella Squirrell & Tommy Brentnall, including pieces by Harry Partch, Orson Welles & Laurie Anderson.


Alice in Wonderland (1951) (Alice Meets the Caterpillar clip)

Harry Partch - O Frabjous Day (after Lewis Carroll's 'Jabberwocky')

Pascola Music of the Yaqui Indians of Northern Mexico - Heragua Loquo

Miscellaneous Yaqui Singers - Deer Dance

Björk - Overture (Dancer in the Dark (2000))

Albert Schwartz - Dancing in the Dark (The Band Wagon) (clip)

Mia Farrow - I Don’t Want to Walk Without You (Radio Days) (clip)

Orson Welles - War of the Worlds (1938 Radio Broadcast) (clip)

Rubinoff & His Violin - Dark Eyes

Casablanca (1942) (Play it Once, Sam clip)

Dooley Wilson - As Time Goes By

James Reese Europe - Memphis Dance

Laurie Anderson - Songs for Anagrams and Muffled Words

Red Krayola and Art & Language - Gross and Conspicuous Error

Cornelius Cardew & The Scratch Orchestra - The Great Learning (Paragraph 1) (clip)

Sol LeWitt & Robert Dahinden - Pentas for Computer and 5 Loudspeakers (clip)


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):

There was no By Ear Recording this month.

Visual Tracklist:

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