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Dai Fujikura: Chance Monsoon

Various Artists

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1
Chance Monsoon
Dai Fujikura; Soichi Muraji
5:36
2
Returning
Dai Fujikura; Jacob Greenberg
3:14
3
Uto
Dai Fujikura; Yui Ensemble
6:36
2 Little Piano Pieces  
4
No. 1. Seksek
Dai Fujikura; Jacob Greenberg
6:07
5
No. 2. Ayatori
Dai Fujikura; Jacob Greenberg
2:02
6
Neo
Dai Fujikura; Hidejiro Honjoh
8:25
7
Rare Gravity
Dai Fujikura; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Antoni Wit
14:52
8
Silence Seeking Solace
Dai Fujikura; Alice Teyssier; Leah Asher; Marina Kifferstein; Anne Lanzilotti; Meaghan Burke
10:55
9
Cello Concerto (version for Ensemble)
Dai Fujikura; Katinka Kleijn; International Contemporary Ensemble; Karina Canellakis
23:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:21:21
Chance Monsoon is a collection of pieces for both Western and Japanese instruments and ensembles by award-winning composer Dai Fujikura. Displaying the immense range of Fujikura's skill, the album opens with the solo guitar piece that gives the collection its title, and then moves through piano works such as Returning, followed by Uto for taiko drums, Neo for shamisen, and concluding with three often atmospheric orchestral works. These diverse pieces are united by Fujikura's unique compositional voice which displays interest in unusual tonalities and mesmerically shifting rhythmic patterns.
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Track 2 – 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit; contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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