with Folk on 2 As part of Radio 2's Live Music Week, Jim Lloyd introduces a special performance from Isla St Clair. The next generation of folk performers is represented by fiddler
Carlene Anglim who is one of the finalists in the 1993 Young Tradition Award, and the current award holder Luke Daniels reports from the Philadelphia Folk Festival.
In the fourth of six programmes,
John Kirkpatrick presents a programme looking at the role of the concertina. He talks to expert Neil Wayne , who ran Free Reed, a magazine and record label devoted to the instrument, and plays tracks from his huge collection of concertina recordings. Producer David Corser
In the last of six programmes, Lucie's theme is Love and Lust.
Among the music featured is "Lavender Blue, Lavender Green"; a chorus from "The Coronation of Poppea"; Henry Purcell's "The Virtuous Wife" and a song which was used in Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana".
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