The Contemporary Music of Japan 13
Nippon Columbia (Japan) 197x
OS-10120-N (LP) gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(SOC, some wear on edge and corner, slightly color-faded.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)
The thirteenth volume in Nippon Columbia's "Japanese Contemporary Music" series released in the 1970s, featuring Shinichi Matsushita's "Haleines Astrales," Kazuo Fukushima's "Hi-Kyo," Makoto Moroi's "Cinq Epigrammes," Takekuni Hirayoshi's "Esquisse for Five Wind Instruments," conducted by Kazuyoshi Akiyama and performed by Tokyo Solisten. Conducted by Kazuyoshi Akiyama and performed by Tokyo Solisten. There are six guest brass players in addition to Korean flutist Chang Kook Kim. The most outstanding pieces are A1 by Shinichi Matsushita, in which a harp melody dances in an unstable sound, and A2 by Kazuo Fukushima, in which an emotional melody with harmonic scales is hidden in many places.A1: 松下真一 “星達の息吹き”
A2: 福島和夫 “飛鏡”