The Postcard

Scheduled for broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM
Tues 2nd November 6:30pm / repeated Sun 7th November 10:00am

In this episode Chris Cundy goes to Gloucester Cathedral in the South West of England and meets up with archivist Rebecca Phillips. We follow a story of a postcard that solved a puzzle of how to put a 72ft high window back together after it had been taken apart during the Second World War. Political campaigner and photo montage artist Peter Kennard talks about the social currency of postcards, and singer, improviser and performance artist Anna Homler divulges about her fascination with all things small and postcard sized.

FROM — https://www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk/

Crossing time, the voice and work of Anna Homler
Listen at http://soundin.org

Transportive and mesmerizing! 
Come along with Jim and Paul’s November 
Words On New Music 
audio podcast and listen
to the music of performance artist, singer,
sound maker and creator of Breadwoman,
Anna Homler!


Music featuring Anna Homler in this episode:

Plutonian Lullaby by Anna Homler & Sylvia Hallett
Ee Ché by Anna Homler & Steve Moshier
Yesh Té by Anna Homler & Steve Moshier
Tinselgruntz by Steve Beresford, Anna Homler and Richard Sanderson. From the Berlin Toy Bizaar at the Berlin Jazz Festival.
Probate Codes by the London Improvisatory Orchestra featuring Anna Homler and other voices, Adam Bohman and Sue Lynch.  Conducted by Steve Beresford.  Live voice processing Andrian Northover.  Recording by Jeff Ardone.

 

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KFJC 89.7 FM, The Attic
Hosted by Naysayer

Live Performance & Interview
with possible special guests, Alison Blunt and Gianni Mimmo.

Thursday, May 29, 2014
10:00 pm – 2:00 am

More information at
http://www.kfjc.org

copy-cropped-testcardwallgermany1From Radio-On Berlin, listen to Don Campau’s No Pigeonholes and his special feature on Anna Homler.

Don’s words:
“Anna is one of my favorites. Strangely, I originally found about her from Harald Ziegler in Koln and then found the CD at Gelbe Muisik in Berlin 1996. Later, she and I became friends…a wonderful person and we will finally meet in a few days in Berkeley.”

Click here to listen ->
http://www.mixcloud.com/doncampau/no-pigeonholes-radio-on-edition-anna-homler-special/