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The debut work of Australian cellist Judith Hamann.As the title suggests, it expresses the intuition when confronting the cello with humming, and includes eight songs in which her faint voice is fused with the cello. DL code included. Music for Cello and Humming by Judith Hamann For her first album releases ...
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The debut work of Australian cellist Judith Hamann.As the title suggests, this is a musical expression of the speed of the tremor of one's left hand and the resulting resonance frequency with the cello.Contains all 4 micro-macro songs. DL code included. Shaking Studies by Judith Hamann For her first album releases as a soloist, ...
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Masayuki Takayanagi The second archive reissue. Takayanagi jumped over the frame of "real jazz" in a two-disc set that recorded the concert recording of the New Direction Unit held at Yasuda Seimei Hall in Shinjuku, Tokyo on September 2, 1975. It is a content that seems to be deeply pursuing what has come to be called "music". Axis / Another Revolvable Thing by Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit Axis / Another Revolvable ...
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The first release of the duo by Don Cherry's grandson Naima Karlsson and Japanese jazz player Kenichi Iwasa.Karlsson, who likes analog and digital, acoustic and electric, and natural and non-natural contrasts, has synthesizers in addition to pianos, celestas, and bells, and Iwasa has contrabass recorders, drums, and time-honored 90's Yamaha keyboards and guitarlets. It incorporates the double bass and Don Cherry's original instrument "Don's Yakan" (because it produces a loud treble).Includes 3 works that are too avant to be called jazz. DL code included. Customer's Copy by Exotic Sin Customer's Copy is the debut ...
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The third in the archive series of the legendary Swedish composer Catherine Christer Hennix, who also has the face of a philosopher and mathematician. In February 1974, she played a song by Stockhausen, and she is in charge of reading, percussion, and electronics, and HANS ISGREN is in charge of gongs.Stephan Mathieu is in charge of mastering. DL code included. Blank Forms · Catherine Christer Hennix: Unbegrenzt (excerpt) ...
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