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Swallow Flies High In The May Sky - Masayoshi Fujita - Apologues (CD, Album)

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  • Tukazahn
    2nd vibraphone acoustic album. 1. Tears of Unicorn. 2. Moonlight. 3. Swallow Flies High in the May Sky. 4. Beautiful Shimmer. 5. Flag. 6. Knight and Spirit of Lake.
  • Shashakar
    Apologues by Masayoshi Fujita, released 11 September 1. Tears of Unicorn 2. Moonlight 3. Swallow Flies High in the May Sky 4. Beautiful Shimmer 5. Flag 6. Knight and Spirit of Lake 7. Puppet's Strange Dream Circus Band 8. Requiem Masayoshi Fujita, the Berlin-based Japanese vibraphone player, also known under his alias el fog came to the attention of label founder Robert Raths a few .
  • Kigat
    Masayoshi Fujita Apologues. ERATP Tears Of Unicorn Moonlight place bead strings on the vibraphone bars to create an ambient shimmer that can be heard on songs like Moonlight and Swallow Flies High in the May Sky. The latter was composed to let the clarinet express its characteristics and tell its story, whilst the.
  • Fenrirr
    Sep 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Apologues on Discogs/5(20).
  • Akinozuru
    Buy Apologues by Masayoshi Fujita on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP, CD. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC. Apologues on Bleep. Bleep Masayoshi Fujita ReleaseProduct Apologues Label Erased Tapes Catalogue Number ERATPDL Release Date 3 Swallow Flies High in the May Sky Buy. Swallow Flies High in the May Sky WAV / FLAC. $
  • Kagakasa
    "Masayoshi Fujita, the Berlin-based Japanese vibraphone player, also known under his alias el fog came to the attention of label founder Robert Raths a few years ago. Not only because the vibraphone is an intriguing instrument, but also the way Masayoshi treats his instrument and draws ethereal and layered sounds, is what truly attracted him to Masayoshi’s work. Having released more ambient.
  • Dorisar
    In addition to the mallets, Masayoshi often plays the vibraphone with a violin or cello bow, like on ‘Tears of Unicorn’ and ‘Knight and Spirit of Lake’. He would also place bead strings on the vibraphone bars to create an ambient shimmer that can be heard on songs like ‘Moonlight’ and ‘Swallow Flies High in the May Sky’.
  • Basida
    beautiful, touching composition full of brilliant flourishes and touching melodies - not bad for a vibrophone player. staccato strings, ebbing piano and the novel use of vibraphone make this album endearing and startling in a unique way that's at once subtle and powerful. recalling in part the compositional approach of penguin cafe orchestra, the emotive brilliance of labelmate lubomyr melnyk.

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