Various - Experimental Music Of Japan flac album
Title: Experimental Music Of Japan
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Various – Experimental Music Of Japan. Label: Victor – VX-52. Series: Contemporary Music Of Japan – 7. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. Released: Genre: Electronic. Hamon-Ripples (For Chamber Ensemble, Violin And Taped Music). Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc. Produced At – NHK Electronic Music Studio. A1 recorded in 1957 (First electronic music recording in Japan) - A2 recorded in 1958 - A3 recorded in 1964 - B1 recorded in 1967 - B2 recorded in 1966 - B3 recorded in 1965. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
This list includes more than just bands, as experimental music solo artists from Japan are included as well . Japanese Music Japanese Experimental Music Bands List. This list includes more than just bands, as experimental music solo artists from Japan are included as well. It's always interesting to see where famous bands got their starts, so use this list to discover some great Japanese music that you've never heard before. The experimental music bands and artists below have played their music all over the world, but they all were formed in Japan.
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|A1||–Toshiro Mayuzumi + Makoto Moroi||Variations Sur ||14:49|
|A2||–Toru Takemitsu||Sky, Horse And Death (Concrete-Music)||3:22|
|A3||–Joji Yuasa||Projection Esemplastic (For White-Noise)||7:40|
|B1||–Toshiro Mayuzumi||Campanology (For Multi-Piano)||8:01|
|B2||–Toshi Ichiyanagi||Situation (For Biwa, Koto, Violin, Double Bass, Piano And Multiplier)||6:31|
|B3||–Maki Ishii||Hamon-Ripples (For Chamber Ensemble, Violin And Taped Music)||9:53|
NotesSupervised by K. Akiyama and W. Uenami.
Produced by NHK Electronic Studio.
- A1 recorded in 1957 (First electronic music recording in Japan.)
- A2 recorded in 1958
- A3 recorded in 1964
- B1 recorded in 1967
- B2 recorded in 1966
- B3 recorded in 1965
|VX-52||Various||Experimental Music Of Japan (LP, Comp)||Victor||VX-52||Japan||Unknown|