ducktape Vol 3

Here we go. Volume 3 where we enthuse about the goose, anser, together with WH Auden, Selma Lagerloef, Richard Wagner, Tenor Saw and many others and other others. Profuse thanks to Bernd Boesel, Anna-Klara Soucek and Sophie Macpherson.

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Total running time: 52:45 min

Wodka am AmmerseeThe Duke of Earl

00:09 Ogden Nash, The Fanciful World Of, Music by Glenn Osser (Capitol Records, 1961)

00:30 Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, “Oh Happy Gabe”, in In the Jungle, Babe (Warner Bros. Records, 1969)

03:39 Greylag geese, flight calls, recorded by Dieter Wallschlaeger, Tierstimmenarchiv Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Bernd Boesel, Philosophie und Enthusiasmus: Studien zu einem umstrittenen Verhaeltnis (Passagen Verlag, 2008)

Nils Holgerson and the Wild Geese 04:59 Greylag geese, departing, recorded by Karl-Heinz Frommolt, Tierstimmenarchiv Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

5:39 Gene Chandler, “Rainbow ’65′”, in Live at the Regal (Charly Records, 1986)

Nils Holgerson and the Wild Geese

11:54 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Placido E Il Mar”, in Idomeneo, K 366 (1781), performed by The Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists directed by John Eliot Gardiner (Deutsche Grammophon, 1991)

13:39 Chinese geese, recorded by Günter Tembrock, Tierstimmenarchiv Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Nils Holgerson and the Wild Geese

13:55 Richard Wagner, “Hoechsten Heiles Wunder”, in Parsifal, WWV 111 (1882), performed by the Leipzig Radio Choir, Berlin Radio Choir and the Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra directed by Herbert Kegel (Berlin Classics, 1975)

Tractored, sugar-beet country

19:09 Bar-headed geese, recorded in Assam by Hans Lütgens, Tierstimmenarchiv Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

19:59 “Nils no fushigi na tabi” by Katsumi Kahashi, Opening theme to The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, Anime (Studio Pierrot, 1980)

Audenstrasse, Kirchstetten

21:40 Greylag goose, departing, recorded near Malmoe by Louis A. Hansen

21:55 Judy Henske, “High Flying Bird”, in High Flying Bird (Elektra, 1963)

25:25 Odetta, “The Fox”, in At the Gate of Horn (Tradition Records, 1957)

WH Auden's house, Auden museum29:10 Tenor Saw, “Ring The Alarm” (Techniques Records, 1985)

32:25 Pink-footed goose, recorded by Günter Tembrock, Tierstimmenarchiv, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
In the Auden Museum
33:10 Recordings in the WH Auden Museum, Kirchstetten, Lower Austria by Anna-Klara Soucek

35:25 WH Auden reads The More Loving One (1957)

36:43 Recordings in the WH Auden Museum, Kirchstetten, Lower Austria by Anna-Klara Soucek

39:24 Charles Mingus, “Ecclusiastics”, in Oh Yeah (Atlantic Records, 1962)

47:40 Taiga Bean Goose, recorded in Austria by Hans Luetgens, Tierstimmenarchiv, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Elizabeth Grosz, Space, Time and Perversion: Essays on the Politics of Bodies (1995, Routledge)

48:10 Mary Oliver reads “Wild Geese” (1986, in Dream Work) in 2001 at Lannan Foundation

50:15 Ann Peebles, “Fill this World with Love” (Hi, 1976)

 

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ducktape Vol 2

The second ducktape drops just in time to make it monthly. This time you can listen to finny contemporaries and mistaking. Aside from a lot of fish, it features among others Henry David Thoreau, Isabel Waidner, Dr Mary Poland Fish, Don Giovanni, Bette Midler, Erving Goffman and The Beach Boys. Also, I have my voice back.

 

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Total running time: 53:57

00:00 Ogden Nash, The Fanciful World Of, Music by Glenn Osser (Capitol Records, 1961)

00:21 Drumbago All Stars, “Duck Soup”, in Jazz in Jamaica (Treasure Isle, 1960/1967), 2:34 min

03:41 Henry David Thoreau, The Journal 1837-1861 (New York Review Books, 2009) with lake sounds by R. Humphries, 1:13 min

05:22 Franz Schubert, “Liebhaber in allen Gestalten”, D558 (1817), performed by Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) and Gerald Moore (piano) in Schubert 24 Lieder (EMI, 2004), 1:08 min

07:15 Isabel Waidner, Frantisek Flounders (8fold, 2010), read by Sophie Macpherson, 0:42 min

07:57 Jacques Cousteau, “The Night Of The Squid”, in The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (History Channel, 2011), 0:31 min

08:48 Finny contemporaries: common jack, barred grunter, mongolar drummer, weakfish, rock hind, squirrelfish, cowfish, 1:53 min

12:20 Lincoln Chase, “Fish species”, in Lincoln Chase ‘n You (Paramount Records, 1973), 8:04 min

21:03 and 21:44 Isabel Waidner, Frantisek Flounders (8fold, 2010), read by Sophie Macpherson, 0:15 min

23:56 Vinicius de Moraes, Maria Creuza and Toquinho, “Canto de Ossanha”, in Cores do Brasil: Bossa Nova (MCI, 2006), 2:56 min

28:11 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Deh! Vieni Alla Finestra”, performed by Ingvar Wixell, in Don Giovanni [1787] , cond. Sir Colin Davis, Royal Opera House Covent Garden Orchestra (Philips, 1992) 1:53 min

32:54 Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin in Big Business, dir. Jim Abrahams (Touchstone Pictures, 1988) 1:20 min

35:42 Isabel Waidner, Frantisek Flounders (8fold, 2010), read by Sophie Macpherson, 0:44 min

37:22 Sergei Prokofiev, Toccata in D minor [1912], in Grand Piano: The Composer Plays (Nimbus, 1997) 4:16 min

43:01 Gustav Mahler, “St Anthony of Padua’s sermon to the fish”, performed by Thomas Quasthoff, in Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [1892-98], cond. Claudio Abbado, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Deutsche Grammophon, 1999), 4:02 min

47:27 Isabel Waidner, Frantisek Flounders (8fold, 2010), read by Sophie Macpherson, 0:33 min

49:13 Jacques Cousteau, “The Tragedy Of The Red Salmon”, in The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (History Channel, 2011), 0:38 min

50:27 The Beach Boys, “Sail On”, in Holland (Reprise, 1973) 3:14 min

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ducktapes debut

The debut tape explores “entranced waiting” (Ralph Waldo Emerson) in song, film and story. You can hear, among other things, a lament by Ulysses’ Penelope, some shady figures lurking at a train station, street life in Lagos, Nigeria and a very hoarse me.

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Total running time 53:24

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00.00 Ogden Nash, The Fanciful World Of, Music by Glenn Osser (Capitol Records, 1961)

00:21 Gene Harris and The Three Sounds, “Sittin Duck”, in Live at the IT Club (Blue Note, 1970) 7:34 min

12:34 Claudio Monteverdi, “Lamento di Penelope” performed by Gloria Banditelli, in Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria [1639/40], cond. Alan Curtis, Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca (Nuovo Era, 1995) 10:50 min

25:53 Eddie Hinton, “Every Natural Thing”, in Dear Y’all: The Songwriting Sessions (Zane, 1976), 2:12 min

29:23 Opening sequence from Once Upon A Time in the West, dir. Sergio Leone (Rafran-San Marco, 1968)

33:11 Sonny Boy Williamson II, “A Mighty Long Time”, in King Biscuit Time (Arhoolie, 1993) 2:54 min

36:47 Bregtje van der Haak, Lagos Wide & Close: An interactive journey into an exploding city, (Submarine Media, 2002)

36:47 Jane Guyer, Marginal gains: Monetary transactions in Atlantic Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2004)

41:00 Esther Phillips, “Til my back ain’t got no bone”, in From a whisper to a scream (Kudu/CTI, 1972) 6:13

49:18 Bill Withers, “Kissing My Love”, in Still Bill (Sussex Records, 1972) 3:50 min