Posts Tagged: Masayoshi Fujita

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

When averaged, the Modern Composition category included not the most submissions, but the best.  We wish we could make this a list of 20, but then we’d have to double every list, and not every category features this many excellent releases in a given year.

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

When averaged, the Modern Composition category included not the most submissions, but the best.  We wish we could make this a list of 20, but then we’d have to double every list, and not every category features this many excellent releases in a given year.

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Book of Life

Even when played decisively, the vibraphone’s sounds are delicate and diffuse, a far cry from the clarity of its percussive siblings such as the xylophone or the marimba. To these instruments’ strong presence, the vibraphone opposes an absence-in-the-making, a living

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Book of Life

Even when played decisively, the vibraphone’s sounds are delicate and diffuse, a far cry from the clarity of its percussive siblings such as the xylophone or the marimba. To these instruments’ strong presence, the vibraphone opposes an absence-in-the-making, a living

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Apologues

The cover art for Apologues works upon an intriguing mirroring that makes the frottage-like forms look as if they were a landscape in which a forest stands over a lake. It is a sort of distillation of the natural into

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Apologues

The cover art for Apologues works upon an intriguing mirroring that makes the frottage-like forms look as if they were a landscape in which a forest stands over a lake. It is a sort of distillation of the natural into

Peter Prautzsch ~ Schwere See

Sometimes, just looking at a release, one knows.  Schwere See is packaged in a slim, handsome DVD case, dark ocean waves inside and out, simple yet striking.  The artist’s website displays a similar sense of style.  Like us, Peter Prautzsch prefers the order

Peter Prautzsch ~ Schwere See

Sometimes, just looking at a release, one knows.  Schwere See is packaged in a slim, handsome DVD case, dark ocean waves inside and out, simple yet striking.  The artist’s website displays a similar sense of style.  Like us, Peter Prautzsch prefers the order