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Electro Acoustic Fairy Tales "The Acorns & Wildcat"-"The Telegraph Poles on a Moonlit Night" // Kazuya Ishigami / Tamako Katsufuji CD

Electro Acoustic Fairy Tales "The Acorns & Wildcat"-"The Telegraph Poles on a Moonlit Night" // Kazuya Ishigami / Tamako Katsufuji CD

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We have started handling works by Osaka experimental musician Katsuji Tamako.The following is a commentary by the person himself.

A collection of electronic and acoustic fairy tales that read and sound the masterpieces "Donguri to Yamaneko" and "Tsukiya no Denshinbashira" by Kenji Miyazawa.
"Sound" is not an adjunct to "reading", but "sound" and "words" are united to invite listeners to the world of Kenji Miyazawa's favorite fairy tales.

Tamako Katsufuji Other worksand /// Click here to see more Tamako Katsufuji releases available at Tobira. 

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"These works are "Electro Acoustic Fairy Tales" with'Sounds' and'Recitation' express the stories "The Acorns & Wildcat" and "The Telegraph Poles on a Moonlit Night" written by Japanese famous author Kenji Miyazawa.
'Sounds' are not the back ground music of the story, they come together with'Words' and take readers to his fantastic world. "

artist: Kazuya Ishigami / Tamako Katsufuji

label: self-released

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We have started handling works by Osaka experimental musician Katsuji Tamako.The following is a commentary by the person himself.

A collection of electronic and acoustic fairy tales that read and sound the masterpieces "Donguri to Yamaneko" and "Tsukiya no Denshinbashira" by Kenji Miyazawa.
"Sound" is not an adjunct to "reading", but "sound" and "words" are united to invite listeners to the world of Kenji Miyazawa's favorite fairy tales.

Tamako Katsufuji Other worksand /// Click here to see more Tamako Katsufuji releases available at Tobira. 

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"These works are "Electro Acoustic Fairy Tales" with'Sounds' and'Recitation' express the stories "The Acorns & Wildcat" and "The Telegraph Poles on a Moonlit Night" written by Japanese famous author Kenji Miyazawa.
'Sounds' are not the back ground music of the story, they come together with'Words' and take readers to his fantastic world. "

artist: Kazuya Ishigami / Tamako Katsufuji

label: self-released