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Dai Fujikura: My Letter to the World (Live)

Claire Chase, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins, Simon Bailey, International Contemporary Ensemble

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1
Flute Concerto (version for Flutes and Orchestra)
Dai Fujikura; Claire Chase; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
20:45
My Letter to the World (version for Voice & Orchestra)  
2
No. 1.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
2:05
3
No. 2.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
1:04
4
No. 3.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
2:54
5
No. 4.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
1:41
6
No. 5.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
3:28
7
No. 6.
Dai Fujikura; Simon Bailey; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
1:43
8
Mina
Dai Fujikura; International Contemporary Ensemble; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
15:03
9
Banitza Groove!
Dai Fujikura; Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins
5:09
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Total Playing Time    53:52
Martyn Brabbins leads the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) on four works by Dai Fujikura, a composer in residence at the NPO for several years. Opening with the Flute Concerto for virtuoso and MacArthur genius winner Claire Chase, the programme also includes Mina written for Chase and four of her ICE colleagues, the song cycle My Letter to the World featuring critically acclaimed British baritone Simon Bailey and Fujikura's wonderful Banitza Groove for orchestra.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Minabel Studio Masters

Tracks 8, 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

Recorded by Mari Yamamoto at Studio Frohla
Producer: Dai Fujikura

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