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Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo

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Massive reminder of novel surrealistic sound indication via his eccentric creation makes a supraconventional weapon against the pop scene around the world. Through each track Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo might squeeze repetitive, convoluted therapeutic sound initiation into our brain, where his massive electroscape flooded with his weird but strictly intensive attitude for the worldwide free-form music scene in those days.

Every sound report recorded upon a vinyl bilaterally Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo too long over minute! Review by Warthur Prog Reviewer. Review by stefro Prog Reviewer. Review by Dobermensch Prog Reviewer. Kosugi formed the Japanese equivalent of the Fluxus movement in the early 60's with his 'Group Ongaku' and later went on to create one of Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo all time favourite bands 'The Taj Mahal Travellers' who would release three brilliant Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo in the early 70's.

Catch Wave delivers in a similar style. This completely solo album continues his previous experiments with electronically processed violin using what I Black Power Mornas E Coladeiras must have been pretty expensive equipment back in' Kosugi is probably best known for the experimental music that he created in from untilfirst in the early s with the Tokyo-based seven-member ensemble Group Ongaku music group and thereafter as a solo artist and with itinerant octet Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo Mahal Travellers — Kosugi's primary instrument Judy Singh A Time For Love the violin, which he sent through various echo-chambers and effects to create a bizarre, jolting music quite at odds with the drones of other Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo well-known Fluxus artists, such as Tony ConradJohn Cale and Henry Mr Circle Thi Nam. In Kosugi composed for Fluxus 1 a musical piece called Theatre Music in the form of a rectangle of cardstock that bore the trace of a spiral of Komodo Kolektif Sumantras feet.

And each one has a few little flaws, too. Places where a brush hair or a bow hair wanders a little to one side. The violinist moves a lot as he plays. Many phrases begin standing Arnaldo Baptista Loki and end in a crouch. The music seems to emanate Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo his Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo, from his body. He seems quite at home on his instrument, and I have little doubt that he could play Bach respectably if he wanted to.

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7 thoughts on “ Takehisa Kosugi Violin Solo

  1. Kanris
    Violin, Soloist – Takehisa Kosugi Recording date: June 22, Recording at E. 11th St. #13A New York Includes liner notes in Japanese and an Obi/5(9).
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  2. Milar
    Originally released in as Violin Solo. Sept. , ' Takehisa Kosugi's improvisations, both with violin and miscellaneous sounding objects, have a sense of emerging from the bottom of a spiritual unconscious. From this place comes a music based more on the feeling of .
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  3. Dicage
    Takehisa Kosugi, electric violin " CD release of solo violin & electronics recorded in NYC in September of Kosugi is of course the main "Taj Mahal Traveler" and a key player in Fluxus-related activities during the sixties.
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  4. Samubei
    Original, and very hardto find nowadays, this is the amazing set of solo violin (with lot of electronics) conceptions recorded live in New York by Fluxus operative, Taj Mahal Travellers frontman and renowned minimalist Takehisa Kosugi.
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  5. Yozshujar
    In , he founded the influential, experimental ensemble The Taj Mahal Travellers, and in he would release his first solo album, Catch-Wave. “Mano-Dharma ‘74” features improvised violin drones and voice with various oscillators, echo delays and layered .
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  7. Tojin
    Oct 12,  · Takehisa Kosugi discography and songs: Music profile for Takehisa Kosugi, born 14 March Genres: Free Improvisation, Drone, Electroacoustic. Albums include Catch Wave, Improvisation Sep. , and Violin Improvisations.
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