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Mamiya: Piano Concerto No. 1 - Ifukube: Tryptique aborigène - Hayashi: Variations (1956)

Hiroshi Tamura, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Niklaus Aeschbacher

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Piano Concerto No. 1  
1
I. Allegro - Meno mosso (Moderato assai)
Michio Mamiya; Hiroshi Tamura; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
7:52
2
II. Lento
Michio Mamiya; Hiroshi Tamura; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
5:41
3
III. Allegro
Michio Mamiya; Hiroshi Tamura; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
5:37
Dozoku-teki san-renga (Tryptique aborigene)  
4
I. Payses: Tempo di jimkuu
Akira Ifukube; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
3:36
5
II. Timbe: Nom regional
Akira Ifukube; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
3:22
6
III. Pakkai: Chant d'Aino
Akira Ifukube; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
5:02
7
Variations
Hikaru Hayashi; NHK Symphony Orchestra; Niklaus Aeschbacher
20:25
Total Playing Time    51:35
Three Japanese composers are featured on this 1956 recording by the NHK Symphony Orchestra under conductor Niklaus Aeschbacher. Pianist Hiroshi Tamura joins the orchestra for Mamiya's Piano Concerto No. 1 which kicks off the album, part of the NHK Symphony Archive Series showcasing the greatest recordings of this orchestra and its various conductors over the years.
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This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth and dynamic range, due to the technology available at the time of its original creation. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

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