Mamoru Fujieda - Patterns Of Plants (CD, Album)

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Download Mamoru Fujieda - Patterns Of Plants (CD, Album)
1997
Label: Tzadik - TZ 7025 • Series: Composer Series - TZ 7025 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary, Experimental


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8 Replies to “ Mamoru Fujieda - Patterns Of Plants (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mazugor says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Patterns Of Plants on Discogs/5(7).
  2. Karg says:
    The cd is very harmonic in a positive sense (I refuse to like classical music written before , even if it is as skillful as Bach, to explain the value i give the term "harmonic") and very listenable. After a few listenings, you remember many "hooks", like a good pop album. This cd will most likely make it to my all time top twenty, pure magic.5/5(3).
  3. Kazrataxe says:
    Sep 16,  · Check out Mamoru Fujieda: Patterns of Plants by Sarah Cahill on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on canepofipreban.proncypovemokettsupryconnecounpurh.co
  4. Zoloshakar says:
    Info for Mamoru Fujieda: Patterns of Plants. The composition series "Patterns of Plants" by Mamoru Fujieda is an ongoing project of which first album was released in Throughout the series, a method of composition has constantly been taken, which converts the data from variations in electrical potential obtained from two electrodes attached to leaves and stems of plants into melodic patterns.
  5. Talabar says:
    In his third CD for Tzadik, Mamoru Fujieda continues his fascinating exploration of the creativity of, by and about plant life with five more pieces from his continuing series Patterns of Plants.5/5(1).
  6. Gubar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Patterns of Plants - Mamoru Fujieda on AllMusic - - The musical material for this elegant and 6/
  7. Meztishakar says:
    A contemporary classical composer from Japan, Mamoru Fujieda fashions music literally based on nature--in this case, plants--and a confluence of Eastern and Western musical traditions as well as acoustic and electronic media. PATTERNS is scored for koto (a huge, dulcimer-like instrument), sho (a Japanese mouth organ), and violin, and it exists seemingly in its own space, where the sustained .
  8. Mojind says:
    21 hours ago · The composition series “Patterns of Plants” by Mamoru Fujieda is an ongoing project of which first album was released in Throughout the series, a method of composition has constantly been taken, which converts the data from variations in electrical potential obtained from two electrodes attached to leaves and stems of plants into.

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