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Rhythm of Silence

Erika Tazawa

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Quiet Rhythms  
1
Prologue and Action No. 9
William Susman; Erika Tazawa
4:41
Miniature  
2
Discovery
Francesco Di Fiore; Erika Tazawa
1:57
3
Hush
Francesco Di Fiore; Erika Tazawa
4:50
4
Sketch
Francesco Di Fiore; Erika Tazawa
1:51
5
Theme from Wiek
Anonymous; Douwe Eisenga; Erika Tazawa
10:50
Quiet Rhythms  
6
Prologue and Action No. 4
William Susman; Erika Tazawa
6:17
7
I Buried the Truth
Matteo Sommacal; Erika Tazawa
6:08
8
Prologue and Action No. 18
William Susman; Erika Tazawa
4:11
Agu  
9
I. Audio
Marc Mellits; Erika Tazawa
3:11
10
II. Triumph of the Water Witch
Marc Mellits; Erika Tazawa
1:31
11
III. You're a Fake!
Marc Mellits; Erika Tazawa
9:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    54:36
On her debut album Rhythm of Silence, award-winning young Japanese pianist Erika Tazawa presents a range of 21st century solo music from the US, Italy and the Netherlands. A passionate advocate of new works, Tazawa enjoys partnerships with contemporary composers.

"There is nothing more inspiring than working with people who truly love what they do. The honest and beautiful music on this album (is) by the composers I admire and I am humbled to be given the opportunity to share my vision of these works."
- Erika Tazawa
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Belarca Studio Masters

Recorded by James Zick at Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix, Arizona on May 28 & 29, 2014
*Recorded at Ravensworks Digital, October 24, 2014
Mastered by Michael Romanowski, San Francisco, CA
Piano provided by Ravenscroft Pianos, Phoenix, AZ
Photography: front, inside: Michael Barnes; rear: James Zick; in studio: Tom Newton
Cover design by Daniel Sofer

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