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Japanese Orchestral Favourites: Ifukube - Akutagawa - Toyama

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Ryusuke Numajiri

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1.1
Rhapsody for Orchestra
Yuzo Toyama; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
7:13
1.2
Etenraku
Traditional; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
8:58
Japanese Rhapsody  
1.3
I. Nocturne
Akira Ifukube; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
8:01
1.4
II. Fête
Akira Ifukube; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
8:38
Music for Symphony Orchestra  
1.5
Andantino
Yasushi Akutagawa; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
4:42
1.6
Allegro
Yasushi Akutagawa; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
5:01
1.7
Kobiki-Uta for Orchestra
Kiyoshige Koyama; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
11:21
1.8
Threnody to Toki for String Orchestra and Piano, Op. 12
Takashi Yoshimatsu; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri
11:47
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:41
Ryusuke Numajiri, principal conductor of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, leads the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in a mesmerizing performance of traditional and contemporary Japanese orchestral works.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space from 25th to 27th July, 2000 Producer: Andrew Walton (K&A) Engineer: Tony Faulkner Post-production: Emma Stocker / Andrew Walton

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