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Japanese Guitar Music, Vol. 3

Shin-ichi Fukuda, Yasuo Watani

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12 Songs for Guitar (arr. by T. Takemitsu for Guitar)  
1
No. 3. Summertime (George Gershwin)
George Gershwin; Shin-ichi Fukuda
3:35
2
No. 7. Secret Love (Sammy Fain)
Sammy Fain; Shin-ichi Fukuda
2:36
3
No. 2. Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen)
Harold Arlen; Shin-ichi Fukuda
2:36
Hadaka no Shima (Naked Island)  
4
Main theme (arr. by Daisuke Suzuki for Guitar)
Hikaru Hayashi; Daisuke Suzuki; Shin-ichi Fukuda
4:57
5
Alternative theme and main theme (arr. by Daisuke Suzuki for Harmonica and Guitar)
Hikaru Hayashi; Daisuke Suzuki; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
3:42
6
Song Book
Hikaru Hayashi; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
8:31
7
Hamon (Ripple on the Water)
Hikaru Hayashi; Shin-ichi Fukuda
3:23
8
Tamayura (Fleeting Moment)
Yoichi Togawa; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
8:40
9
Orasho
Michio Kitazume; Shin-ichi Fukuda
4:18
10
Autumn Song
Jun-ichi Nihashi; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
6:44
Forgetful Angel II, Op. 8  
11
I. The Angel is counting the fragments of cloud by pretending to see me
Takashi Yoshimatsu; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
6:19
12
II. The Angel is glimmering in the rainbow while waiting for me
Takashi Yoshimatsu; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
4:52
Tender Toys  
13
XVIII. Velvet Waltz
Takashi Yoshimatsu; Yasuo Watani; Shin-ichi Fukuda
2:20
Ballades for Koto, Vol. 2 "Spring"  
14
No. 1. Mebae (Young Sprout) (arr. by L. Brouwer for Guitar as In the Realm of the Senses: Main Theme)
Minoru Miki; Leo Brouwer; Shin-ichi Fukuda
3:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:07
The flourishing culture of the classical guitar in Japan is further revealed in the third volume of this admired series. The expressive nature of music for guitar and for the harmonica often represents the principles of Ma – the idea of space and time. Takemitsu’s contemporary arrangements of popular songs, where virtuosity fuses with flexible spirituality, are of extraordinary originality whilst melodic inventiveness is the hallmark of Hikaru Hayashi’s varied pieces. There are also examples from film scores and explorations of sound qualities, such as Yoshimatsu’s intensely evocative and masterful Forgetful Angel II.
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