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Kaija Saariaho - Six Japanese Gardens & Trois Rivières Delta album mp3

Kaija Saariaho - Six Japanese Gardens & Trois Rivières Delta album mp3

Performer: Kaija Saariaho
Title: Six Japanese Gardens & Trois Rivières Delta
Released: 2002
Style: Contemporary, Musique Concrète
Rating: 4.9
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Artists Kaija Saariaho Six japanese gardens, Trois rivières delta. Six japanese gardens, Trois rivières delta Kaija Saariaho. Six japanese gardens, Trois rivières delta. This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/121 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Six japanese gardens, Trois rivières delta. 1. Six Japanese Gardens: Tenju-an Garden of Nanzen-ji Temple.

Six Japanese Gardens composed 1993. Produced at Center for Computer Music & Music Technology, Tokyo. Final mix made with Protools program with the assistance of Hans-Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg. Commissioned by the Kunitachi College of Music and written for Shinti Ueno. Trois rivières Delta for percussion and computer composed 1993. Text adapted from Moonlit night on the river poem by the Chinese poet Li Po (701-762).

Kaija Saariaho - Six Japanese Gardens & Trois Rivieres Delta Thiery Miroglio Electroacoustic. Six Japanese Gardens Tenju-an garden of Nanzen-ji Temple (3:21) Kinkaku-ki (golden pavillon) (1:20) Tenryu-ji (dry mountain stream) (3:03) Ryoan-ji (sand garden) (2:20) Saiho-ji (moss garden) (2:48) Daisen-in (stone bridges) (3:10). Trois Rivières Delta 1 (3:45) 2 (6:36) 3 (3:53). Исполнители: Thiery Miroglio, percussions.

Album · 1997 · 11 Songs. 6 Japanese Gardens: No. 6. Stone Bridges. By Kaija Saariaho - - & Florent Jodelet.

This album was released on the label Ondine (catalog number ODE 1047-2). This album was released in 2004 year. Six Japanese Gardens & Trois Rivières Delta. L'Oeuvre Pour Violoncelle. Complete Cello Works.

Tracklist

Six Japanese Gardens (16:03)
1 Tenju-An Garden Of Nanzen-Ji Temple 3:12
2 Kinkaku-Ji 1:20
3 Tenryu-Ji 3:03
4 Ryoan-Ji 2:20
5 Saiho-Ji 2:48
6 Daisen-In 3:10
Trois Rivières Delta (14:14)
7 1 3:45
8 2 6:36
9 3 3:53

Credits

  • Mixed By – Jean-Baptiste Mercier
  • Mixed By, Edited By – Antoine Mercier
  • Percussion – Thierry Miroglio
  • Recorded By – François Donato
  • Recorded By, Mastered By – Diego Losa
  • Technician – Jean-Baptiste Barrière (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Technician [Mix] – Hans-Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg (tracks: 1 to 6)

Notes

Released in Digipak.

Six Japanese Gardens composed 1993. Produced at Center for Computer Music & Music Technology, Tokyo. Pre-recorded material was mixed using a Macintosh computer in the composer's home studio with the resonant filters of CHANT program and SVP Phaser Vocoder. Final mix made with Protools program with the assistance of Hans-Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg. Commissioned by the Kunitachi College of Music and written for Shinti Ueno.

Trois rivières Delta for percussion and computer composed 1993. Text adapted from Moonlit night on the river poem by the Chinese poet Li Po (701-762).

Published by Chester Music.
(c)+(p) ina 2002 DDD 771 275922 3597492759228
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