LIVRAISON GRATUITE - SANS VALEUR MINIMALE - PAIEMENT SÉCURISÉ - GRANDE SÉLECTION - PETIT PRIX

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Liste des titres

CD 1

1)

Kumoi Jishi (06:56) Stan Richardson

2)

Banshiki (08:55) Stan Richardson

3)

Akebono Jishi (05:22) Stan Richardson

4)

Esashi Oiwake (03:17) Stan Richardson

5)

Yoru No Uta (06:01) Stan Richardson

6)

Komoro Uta (04:14) Stan Richardson

7)

Tsuru No Sugomori (18:10) Stan Richardson

CD 2

1)

Daiwa Gaku (04:20) Stan Richardson

2)

Mukaiji (13:05) Stan Richardson

3)

Jimbo Sany (10:42) Stan Richardson

4)

Musuhin Kyoku (09:29) Stan Richardson

5)

Shingetsu (05:38) Stan Richardson

6)

Renpo-Ken Tsuro No Sugomori (21:26) Stan Richardson

Critique

The two-CD set Moon on the Water consists of Stan Richardson's solo compositions for the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute whose distinctively woody, breathy tone will be instantly familiar to anyone who has ever heard Japanese traditional music. This is not Japanese music, however; Richardson's compositions place the instrument in the usual tradition of solo instrumental new age performances, focusing on musical texture in place of structure, and long, free-flowing notes in place of melodies. The only difference between the two discs is that disc two unobtrusively works in nature sounds, mostly of rushing water and twittering birds, underneath Richardson's solos. Those who like this sort of thing will undoubtedly find Moon on the Water to be the sort of thing they like, but those who flinch at the idea of nearly two hours' worth of amorphous bamboo flute solos will not likely change their minds. ~ Stewart Mason

Contributeurs

Label Sounds True

Label Gemini Sun

Artiste Stan Richardson

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 163GB26POHP

GTIN 0600835092722

Date de publication 29.12.2005

Nombre de disques 2

Type de produit CD

Nombre de pistes 13

Moon on the Water

Stan Richardson

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