on radio - night moves (classical) since mmvii
welcome to night moves on bdfm with me,
norm dunk and my chief engineer, bradley;
night moves is (mostly) classical music with a twist
we play soundtracks, video game music, modern & x-over as well as all the usual fayre.
ever wondered how metallica would sound with a full orchestra ?
(or scorpions, kiss, led zepellin, pink floyd come to that)
maybe ac/dc, snow patrol, hendrix or bon jovi set to a string quartet ?
perhaps chris isaac wicked game amongst many more done as a gregorian chant ?
then there's the very excellent baritone, thomas quasthoff singing jazz ?
joni mitchell performing george gershwin
how about henry purcell portrayed in a norwegian folk style ?
or moonlight sonata on the banjo
(with a cello and violin to accompany it of course)
every avenue is covered and we've played
music from 1104ad (Petrus
right up to the present
we've had many uk exclusives incl being the first uk radio station to play:
einaudi - nightbook (first by 1 week)
max richter - sleep (not the 8 hour version though)
einaudi - live at royal albert hall (first by 2 weeks)
zimmer - the dark knight rises - a uk first full stop!
max richter - waltz with bashir (ost)
einaudi - in a time lapse (full cd exclsuive)
other notable composers/artists we have played first, and who, in the last few years have now become very well known:
the piano guys
alice sara ott
the harp twins
klazz brothers (cuban jazz meets classical)
we've played 'em all and that's what makes us unique
if you like to relax on a sunday evening ...
join me and bradley
who we are not:
the lark ascending
the four seasons
eine kleine nacht musik etc
not that there's anything wrong with these
but you hear them every day
we bring you something a wee bit different
listen here from 21:00 gmt
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