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Oasis Of The Wind II ～ A Story Of Forest And Water ～ 風のオアシスII～森と水の物語～ Tracklist: 00:00 森の目覚め (Awakening Of The Forest) 18:10 夏の記憶 (Memory Of Summer) 34:13 遥かなる青い星 (Distant Blue Star) Rip of the 1993 CD release from Teichiku Records Co. Takashi Kokubo (小久保隆) released ten albums over the course of 1992-93 in what is called the "Ion Series". These ten albums were released in two five-album sub-series, one in 1992 and one in 1993. This album is the first part of the latter sub-series released in 1993, making it the sixth album in the Ion Series.
Ryuichi Sakamoto, a revered Japanese composer and producer known for his innovative electronic music, has passed away at the age of 71. He was recognized for both his solo career and his time spent with the Yellow Magic Orchestra, for which he received an Oscar, a Grammy, and a Bafta YMO. In 2021, Sakamoto had a second cancer diagnosis. On Tuesday, his office announced his passing. In 1983, he co-starred with David Bowie in the film Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence. Award, Grammy, and Golden Globe for scoring 1987's The Last Emperor. The film was an epic about the life of Puyi, China's penultimate emperor, and he had a role in it. At age 10, influenced by the Beatles and Debussy, Sakamoto began studying composing. In 1978, he formed YMO with fellow keyboardists Haruomi Hosono and Yukihiro Takahashi; the group's synthesizer inventions have since impacted techno-pop and hip-hop. "Asian music impacted Debussy, and Debussy affected me, so the music flows around the world and comes full circle," he said in 2010. "He was a huge part of my '80s musical experience - originally for me through his work with David Sylvian and Japan," tweeted physicist and former keyboard player with the bands Dare and D:Ream, Prof. Brian Cox. "Of course, he leaves a beautiful collection of music behind." In an interview given in 2018, Sakamoto discussed his efforts to defy traditional approaches to Western music creation. The forms of Western composition I learnt as a teenager confine my thinking when I write scores, but I've always wanted to break it, break the wall, or break the restrictions I'm locked inside. Occasionally electronics or mixing with electronic sound can assist to shatter this wall. He also liked dabbling in other musical genres. "Just when I open my eyes in the morning, I begin to wonder, well, what music I'll listen to today," he explained. "There is no genre difference, or category differences, to me. Music is music," I have found myself saying on occasion. After the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident, he rose to prominence as an environmental activist in Japan. His father was a literary editor for Japanese authors such Nobel laureate Kenzaburo Oe before he was born in 1952. He attended the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and studied both classical music and ethnomusicology. The music of Okinawa, a Japanese island, particularly captivated him. He worked with Brian Eno, Alva Noto, and cellist Jaques Morelenbaum in later years. Miu Sakamoto, Sakamoto's daughter, is a popular J-pop performer. Ryuichi Sakamoto, trailblazing musician and film composer, dead at 71 Ryuichi Sakamoto, Oscar Winner for ‘Last Emperor’ Score, Dies at 71 Ryuichi Sakamoto, Japanese pop pioneer and Oscar-winning composer, dies aged 71 Ryuichi Sakamoto, eclectic composer who saw no borders, dies at 71 Ryuichi Sakamoto, Composer of 'The Last Emperor' and 'The Revenant,' Dies at 71. Ryuichi Sakamoto, Oscar-Winning Japanese Composer, Dies at 71 Oscar-winning Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto dies aged 71 ryuichi sakamoto,sakamoto,ryuichi sakamoto async,ryuichi,ryuichi sakamoto time,ryuichi sakamoto (musical artist),ryuichi sakamoto shiro takatani time,ryuichi sakamoto coda,ryuichi sakamoto rip,ryuichi sakamoto andata,andata ryuichi sakamoto,ryuichi sakamoto red bull,ryuichi sakamoto live,ryuichi sakamoto music,ryuichi sakamoto tokyo,ryuichi sakamoto a life,ryuichi sakamoto cover,ryuichi sakamoto requiem,life life ryuichi sakamoto
??? ??? ?? ??? “River Flows In You” 10??? ???? ??? ??? ??? ?? [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary]? ??? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ??? 'Reminiscent', LG TV ???? 'Infinia', ????? OST '??'? ?? ?????. Yiruma, a popular Korean pianist and composer released the album [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary] to commemorate 10th Anniversary. His most popular pieces include on the album including ‘River Flows in You’, ‘Kiss the Rain’ & ‘May Be’. Also includes 3 new tracks- ‘Infinia’, ‘Reminiscent’ & ‘Fairy Tale’. Youtube: 🤍 Available on iTunes 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Music video by Yiruma performing River Flows In You. (C) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment Korea Inc.
Music fans at Tower Records in Tokyo react to the death of Japanese composer, Ryuichi Sakamoto, who passed away on Sunday following his second cancer diagnosis. Sakamoto rose to prominence with the influential group Yellow Magic Orchestra and helped to lay the foundations of a range of popular modern genres, including hip-hop and house music. "He was magnificent, really" says one fan in the Japanese capital. Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Oscar-winning Japanese composer and musician Ryuichi Sakamoto has died at the age of 71. Sakamoto’s management team released a statement on April 2, 2023, that the composer had passed away the week before, on March 28. Sakamoto had reportedly been undergoing treatment for cancer since June 2020, but the musician continued to create works in his home studio whenever his health would allow. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #Asia #Japan
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#edo #japanesemusic #ancientmix Timeline: 00:00 Nihon Minyo Kumikyoku Dai Ichi-Ban (Ukiyo-e) 11:42 Onoe no Matsu (Composed By – Anonymous) 30:24 Ozatsuma (Shamisen) 33:08 Rembo-Nagashi 41:07 Sakura - Cherry Blossoms - Classical Koto Music 日本の伝統音楽 45:07 Sanya 51:47 Seoto (Composed By – Michio Miyagi) I'm just trying to find and share traditional music treasures to you guys but I don't own the copyright to this music!! Thank you very much for your support!
Ryuichi Sakamoto was first diagnosed with throat cancer in 2014. In 2022, he revealed that he was terminal, a year after he disclosed he was suffering from rectal cancer. READ MORE : 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Watch our LIVE here: 🤍 Subscribe to our thematic channels: NoComment: 🤍 Euronews Green: 🤍 Euronews Next: 🤍 Euronews Travel: 🤍 Euronews is available on YouTube in 12 languages: 🤍 #World
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra conducted by Takuo Yuasa. Yumiko Mizoiri (hichiriki) The Symphony 'Inno Meiji' had its première in Tokyo on 1 May 1921, with the composer himself conducting a provisionally assembled orchestra. The work was often performed in Japan until World War II, as well as in Berlin, London and Moscow, as one of Yamada's masterpieces. There exist 78 rpm recordings of Yamada conducting the Berlin Philharmonic. This single-movement epic work depicts Japanese history from the 1850s, when Japan was in confusion as to whether to open the country or to remain in isolation, to the early twentieth century, when the country was drastically westernised. It is a symphonic poem rather than a symphony, although it evokes the first or the last movement of the traditional symphony, in that it is in sonata form, where two themes expressing Japanese civilisation and Western civilisation respectively, conflict and harmonize. 'Meiji' of the title denotes the Meiji Period (1868-1912), during which Emperor Meiji ruled over Japan. For Yamada, who was one of the most important composers in Japan and who adored Richard Strauss, the great composer of symphonic poems, it was an inevitable task to depict Japanese history in orchestral music. The instrumentation consists of triple winds with additional percussion, including hichiriki and other Asian instruments. Picture: "Illustration of an Explosion from a Torpedo in the Sumida River During a Festival with Boat Races" (1881) by the Japanese artist Toyohara Chikanobu. Sources from the booklet of the recording: 🤍
Made by HiRes(Composer Oh) This Video is for Educational Purpose only. 00:00 White Landscapes Op.47a 09:28 Dream Colored Mobile Op.58 16:01 Suite 'Kiyomori' Op.112a 35:28 Pleiades Dances IX Op.85 - Lullaby in Celestial Night 39:06 Prelude to the Celebration of Birds Op.83 49:10 Memo Flora Concerto Op.67 Takashi Yoshimatsu (吉松 隆 Yoshimatsu Takashi) (born March 18, 1953) is a contemporary Japanese composer of classical music. He is well known for composing the 2003 remake of Astro Boy. Takashi Yoshimatsu was born in Tokyo, Japan, and like Toru Takemitsu, the composer generally considered to be Japan's greatest in the western classical style, did not receive formal musical training while growing up. He dropped out of Keio University in March 1974, and joined an amateur band named NOA as a keyboard player, emulating the music of Pink Floyd. He became interested in the jazz and progressive rock scenes, particularly in the possibilities being explored through electronic music. He was a fan of the Walker Brothers and the Ventures when he was 13, but symphonies of Beethoven and Tchaikovsky fascinated him when he was 14. Since then he composed a number of pieces before making his name with the serialist 'Threnody for Toki' in 1981. Soon afterwards, he became disenchanted with atonal music, and began to compose in a free neo-romantic style with strong influences from jazz, rock and Japanese classical music, underscoring his reputation with his 1985 guitar concerto. As of 2007, Yoshimatsu has presented six symphonies, 12 concertos: one each for bassoon, cello, guitar, trombone, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, marimba, chamber orchestra, traditional Japanese instruments, and two for piano (one for the left hand only and one for both hands), a number of sonatas, and various shorter pieces for ensembles of various sizes. His 'Atom Hearts Club Suites' for string orchestra explicitly pay homage to the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The majority of his work is triadic and contains simple, repeated progressions, or in some cases pandiatonicism. Often extended tertian harmonies are followed by whole tone harmonies (such as in the first movement of Symphony No. 5; or the first movement of his "Cyber Bird" Concerto for alto saxophone, which, in addition, makes use of free atonal jazz; or the final movement of his "Orion Machine" Concerto; or in his Saxophone Concerto "Albireo Mode"). His works for Japanese traditional instruments (such as Subaru, and Within Dreams, Without Dreams) make use of traditional Japanese scales and tunings. He has published some essays and primers about classical music. He likes to draw pictures and has illustrated his own books. -Wikipedia
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0:00 Yoko Shimomura 下村陽子 1:58 Hiroki Kikuta 菊田裕樹 2:35 Kohei Tanaka 田中公平 3:21 Junichi Masuda 増田順一 5:11 Kazumi Totaka 戸高一生 6:45 Yasunori Mitsuda 光田康典 9:04 Kenji Ito 伊藤賢治 12:49 Masashi Hamauzu 浜渦正志 15:02 Jun Wakita 脇田潤 16:38 Joe Hisaishi 久石譲 17:42 Yuzo Koshiro 古代祐三 18:25 Mari Yamaguchi 山口真理 20:08 Hitoshi Sakimoto 崎元仁 22:48 Hirokazu Tanaka 田中宏和 25:02 Keiichi Suzuki 鈴木慶一 26:15 Kow Otani 大谷幸 28:17 Koji Kondo 近藤浩二 35:06 Nobuo Uematsu 植松伸夫 40:14 Koichi Sugiyama すぎやまこういち 🤍
Hi, everyone. Welcome to Nosyerg & Shylium’s Piano Music. This piano cover was arranged by Japanese Composer Takushi Koyama. Please visit his website to download scores. Thank you for watching my performance and please press the like button and subscribe to my channel if you feel interested in my piano music. Cheers My Another Music Channel: 🤍 (BluePlanet Piano Music) (High-Res Audio) Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence Piano Trio Version, 坂本龍一 (戦場のメリークリスマス, ピアノ三重奏曲): 🤍 Final Fantasy Relaxing Piano - Tifa's Theme FFVII | エアリスのテーマ - ピアノコレクション : 🤍 Final Fantasy Relaxing Piano - Aerith's Theme FFVII | エアリスのテーマ - ピアノコレクション : 🤍 Takushi Koyama's YouTube: 🤍 Takushi Koyama's Sheet: 🤍
This is a bit of a video “literature review” of modern Japanese music that I like to find out what chord progressions are common in this music. Hopefully you can use them to access the modern Japanese sound in your next composition. これは現代の日本の音楽のしたビデオの「文学レビュー」で、私はこの音楽でどのようなコードが普通であるかを知りたいのです。皆さんは次の作曲で現代の日本の音にアクセスするためにそれらを使用することができます。 Come join our Discord server for further discussion! 🤍 If you like what you learned in this video and want to buy me coffee, you can do so with Ko-fi! 🤍 Songs in this video, in order of appearance: Chon - Suda Chon - Waterslide Chon - Sleepy Tea Elis Regina & Antonio Carlos Jobim - Triste 🤍 Approaching Aphelion - Mint Chip 🤍 🤍 Typical anime themes: Gintama - Sakura Mistusuki 🤍 Tora Dora - Orange 🤍 Sword Art Online Theme Ignite: 🤍 Examples for device 1: Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence 🤍 🤍 Joe Hisaishi - One Summer’s Day 🤍 Toe - I Dance Alone 🤍 Uchu Conbini - Pyramid 🤍 Examples for device 2: Seal - Kiss From a Rose 🤍 Joe Hisaishi - The Legend of Ashitaka (Ending) 🤍 ORANGE RANGE - *Asterisk 🤍 Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence 🤍 Examples for device 3 Koji Kondo - The Nocturne of Shadow 🤍 Koji Kondo - Minuet of the Forest 🤍 Koji Kondo - Serenade of Water 🤍 Koji Kondo - Borelo of Fire 🤍 Fox Capture Plan - Butterfly Effect 🤍 Examples for device 4 Joe Hisaishi - The Legend of Ashitaka (Ending) 🤍 Fox Capture Plan - The Last Story of Myth 🤍
Pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii bursts into tears when he plays at Carnegie Hall his own composition "Elegy for the Victims of the Tsunami of March 11, 2011 in Japan".
Tracklist: 0:00 ウェット・ランド [Wet Land] 4:35 水のきらめき (Spring Mix) [Singing Stream (Spring Mix)] 12:17 ハート・ランド [Heart Land] 16:52 かわも [Ka Wa Mo] 18:58 ミスト [Mist] 23:52 レイン・ダンス (Rain Mix) [Rain Dance (Rain Mix)] 31:23 ドーン (夜明け) [Dawn] 34:29 水のささやき [Humming Water] Rip of the 1993 CD release from Eastworld. Another beautiful piece of music by Yoshimura.
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⚠Riyoko's channel: 🤍 web: 🤍 0:00 Intro and MOJO Swing (pop version from THE DEBUT! album) 0:33 MOJO Swing (the real one - finger-breaker!) 4:13 Jewel Sea: Bossa Nova! 10:21 LunaSol: start (rocks!) 15:15 LunaSol: solo (mellow!) 17:37 Blowing Luv: intro improv (insane!) 20:50 Blowing Luv: start (rocks!) 25:58 Blowing Luv: Senri's drum solo 29:45 MIYABI: start (awesome!) 31:25 MIYABI: solo (tasty!) 34:20 MIYABI: finale (black key storm!) 34:55 Splasher (flows!) 40:59 Memorial Sea (soothing!) 45:51 Usseewa (fan request!) 48:00 Usseewa: high-speed solo 49:11 Dearest (soothing!) 51:35 Dearest: soaring solo 52:56 Natsumatsuri (fan request!) 54:12 Natsumatsuri: high-speed solo 55:55 BTS - Butter: intro improv! 57:21 BTS - Butter: start (great!) 1:06:16 BlackPink - Kill This Love (nice!) 1:10:04 BlackPink - Playing With Fire (nice!) 1:12:48 BlackPink - Lovesick Girls (nice!) 1:17:19 BigBang - BANG BANG BANG (good!) 1:22:17 Yoon Mi Rae - Flower (soothing!) 1:28:10 BTS - Boy With Luv (amazing!) 1:31:05 BTS - Dynamite (awesome!) 1:40:42 BONUS: Petals of Memory: info 1:41:25 BONUS: Petals of Memory: Smooth Jazz improv! Riyoko's bio/career/discography: 🤍 Riyoko's Wikipedia: 🤍 (sister pages I wrote and maintain) ⚠New channel dedicated to Riyoko's live performances: 🤍 "My mother played the piano and wanted to become a classical pianist, but she didn't entrust her dream to her daughter and I was sent to a piano class in my neighborhood from about the age of 4. Perhaps because I grew up listening to my mother's piano all the time before I could remember, my sense of sound was naturally trained, and I was a child who could play the sound that came from my ears on the piano immediately. For example, when I listen to the Dragon Quest theme, I immediately reproduce it myself. When my piano teacher saw this, she advised my mother, "It would be better to let this child take more specialized lessons than to stay with me," so we decided to attend the junior specialized course at the Yamaha Music School. When I entered the school, there was an audition, and I listened to the chords and melodies that were played without looking at the keys. Looking back on it now, it may have been a very difficult selection exam, but for a young child, it was fun like solving a quiz, and I was able to enter the school without being nervous. After that, there was a system called the Conservatory where you can enter if you are further selected and pass the audition, and I entered when I was in junior high school, and it was an amazing course where many people who could be called full-fledged classical pianists were attending. Among my seniors were Ayako Uehara, the first from Japan to win the Tchaikovsky Competition, and Jazz pianist Hiromi Uehara. Especially the part related to creation. It was important for me to know not only theory but also the joy of creating something from within myself. The curriculum involves composing original songs, and at first you can only do really simple ones, but gradually you will be able to take different approaches in your own way. In addition, the Yamaha Music School has a TV program called the Junior Original Concert, which presents songs made by children under the age of 15, and if you win the selection, you can perform there. I was able to perform there when I was in sixth grade. Around the time I went to junior high school, there were a lot of amazing people around me, and I started to think about whether I could be a successful classical performer and whether I could fight against these people and go out into the world. When I think of classical musicians, I have an image of playing the score faithfully, but I started to wonder if that was right for me. At one point, I had the opportunity to be introduced to a great classical teacher, but I wondered if I would seriously pursue that path. When I was faced with the ultimate choice, I told my mother for the first time, "That's not the way to go." That was the first big decision of my life. In addition to classical music, there were many Jazz CDs in the house and I was familiar with the music of Jazz pianists that so-called classical musicians fall in love with, such as Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett. Jazz improvisation is, so to speak, composing, isn't it? In the sense that you react to the sounds of other performers and create songs according to your own sensibilities. I was vaguely thinking, "This is amazing, it looks fun, and it might suit me." However, I actually started to experience Jazz myself in the fall of my second year of high school. I focused on practice rather than learning theory. I improvised and improvised. I had the groundwork for the performances and compositions that I learned at Yamaha from a young age." 高木里代子 #jazz #piano #jazzpiano #pianist #jazzmusic #riyokotakagi
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Mamoru Samuragochi, a 50-year-old deaf composer dubbed a "modern-day Beethoven," had someone else write his music for more than 10 years, his lawyer disclosed on Feb. 5. According to a statement faxed to the media, although Samuragochi had claimed that all of his pieces, including his representative work "Symphony No. 1 Hiroshima," were self written, what he actually did was give his ideas and vision for the works to another person, who subsequently composed the pieces on his behalf. Samuragochi wrote in an email, "I have been causing great trouble. I apologise deeply to my fans and reflect on what I did. I am very sorry to let everyone concerned down." Japanese TV stations have apologised for introducing Samuragochi. While Japanese record firm Nippon Columbia has decided to terminate his CD shipments and Internet deliveries. The pieces in question also include "Sonatina for Violin," a composition that Japanese figure skater Daisuke Takahashi plans to use for his short programme performance at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. On February 4, the release of the score originally slated for Feb. 11 was abruptly cancelled. However, Kansai University with which Daisuke Takahashi is affiliated, announced on February 5 on its website that the music score will remain unchanged. Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our official website: 🤍 For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: 🤍 Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: 🤍 Stay connected with us here: Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍tomonewsus 🤍 Google+ 🤍 Instagram 🤍tomonewsus 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Attack on titan anime soundtrack composer hiroyuki sawano nZk is also responsible for orchestral music in Blue Exorcist, 86 eighty six, seven deadly sins, gundam, Killl la Kill, Guilty Crown, and more. It's on crunchyroll #anime #manga Socials: Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 MyAnimeList: kitokunx Twitter: 🤍 Tiktok: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Anime / Manga / Light Novel: Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season - Kanketsu-hen - Attack on Titan: Final Season - The Final Chapters - 進撃の巨人 The Final Season完結編 TVアニメ BGM: Tiny Light from TBHK (Toilet bound Hanako-kun) by Akari Kitou + Call of Silence Fall 2023 anime: Frieren, Shield Hero Season 3, Spy x Family Season 2, Ragna Crimson,The apothecary diaries, The 100 Girlfriends, Undead Unluck as covered by gigguk
While most train stations alert passengers with basic dings and dongs, metro riders in Japan are treated to uniquely crafted melodies. Minoru Mukaiya is the mastermind behind these jingles—he’s made around 200 distinct chimes for over 110 stations. For Minoru, there’s no greater joy than bringing a little bit of music to millions across Japan every day. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 This story is a part of our Human Condition series. Come along and let us connect you to some of the most peculiar, stirring, extraordinary, and distinctive people in the world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍
A look at Japan's most famous composer. This was a viewer request from YouTuber classicalmusic26. If you've got a question or request for a future video, leave a comment, shoot me a message through YouTube, or use the email/Tumblr links below. Classical Nerd is a weekly video series covering music history, theoretical concepts, and techniques, hosted by composer, pianist, and music history aficionado Thomas Little. Music: - Tōru Takemitsu: Litany in memory of Michael Vyner (1989), performed by Chris Breemer - Tōru Takemitsu: Rain Tree Sketch II [In Memoriam Olivier Messiaen] (1992), performed by Chris Breemer [free recordings courtesy pianosociety.com] - Thomas Little: Dance! #2 in E minor, Op. 1 No. 2, performed by Rachel Fellows, Michael King, and Bruce Tippette Contact Information: Questions and comments can be directed to: nerdofclassical [at] gmail.com Tumblr: classical-nerd.tumblr.com All images and audio in this video are for educational purposes only and are not intended as copyright infringement. If you have a copyright concern, please contact me using the above information.
Follow me on Instagram! 🤍 Follow me on Facebook! 🤍 Please comment, like and subscribe for more great music! The holy grail of Japanese jazz has finally been found! This album was completely lost for the past twenty years with no known copies out there. I have been searching for this specific album for over two years, which has brought me into contact with some very cool and diverse people. I had practically given up all hope of ever finding this album, when I received a facebook message a few days ago. Someone had finally found the album through Ryo Fukui's widow, Yasuko. In any case, all stories of how this album got discovered aside, it's a wonderful piano masterpiece from front to back. It features both some of Ryo's original compositions aswell as covers by other artists. The tone is kept pretty minimal, featuring just Ryo Fukui and his piano. This album was recorded at Lutheran Hall, Sapporo on the 4th and 5th of June 1994. I hope you'll enjoy this album as much as I do and that the search was worth it. :) TRACKLIST: 1. Voyage (Ryo Fukui) 2. Scenery (Ryo Fukui) 3. Mellow Dream (Ryo Fukui) 4. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen 5. Nobody's (Barry Harris) 6. My Conception (Sonny Clark) 7. After Hours (Avery Parrish) 8. Nord (Ryo Fukui) CREDITS: Ryo Fukui (piano) Josh Coneby (for finding the album) PS. Don't ask me where to buy this album since there is just one known copy out there. :p
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The renowned Japanese composer and producer - Ryuichi Sakamoto - has died at the age of seventy-one. He had fought a long battle with cancer. He was a pioneer of electronic music - but became internationally famous as a film composer. He was the first Japanese musician to win an Oscar. The BBC's Tim Allman looks back at his life and career.
After battling multiple types of cancer for the past few years, Sakamoto passed away on Tuesday, according to his management team. Cancer (Disease)Celebrity Deaths #ryuichisakamoto #enews #news #newsupdate #celebritydeaths2023
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