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Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan - Moments Of Falling Petals Full Album

Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan - Moments Of Falling Petals Full Album Performer: Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan
Title: Moments Of Falling Petals
Style: Free Improvisation
Category: Jazz
Date of release: 2009
Country: Portugal
Label: Dromos Records
Catalog number: Dromos001
Size MP3: 1402 mb
Size FLAC: 2253 mb
Rating: 4.6

Tracklist

1Moments Of Falling Petals33:00

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarTetuzi Akiyama
  • Alto SaxophoneEdén Carrasco
  • Trumpet, Mastered ByLeonel Kaplan

Notes

Live recorded at Sala Azucena Carmona, Real Teatro, Córdoba, Argentina - September 24th 2008.

Album

Moments of Falling Petals by Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan, released 01 January 2009 1. Moments of Falling Petals The good old, bad old conservatory-trained composer in me is more drawn, I'll admit, to Moments Of Falling Petals, which finds Captain Akiyama back on acoustic guitar in the world of recognisable, even singable yes pitches for a delicate and elegantly understated three-way conversation with alto saxophonist Éden Carrasco and trumpeter Leonel Kaplan. Tetuzi Akiyama acoustic guitar Edén Carrasco alto sax Leonel Kaplan trumpet. Live recorded at Sala Azucena Carmona, Real Teatro, Córdoba, Argentina - September 24th 2008. Leonel Kaplan has been part of the improvised music scene since the early 2000, performing and recording throughout South America, Europe and U. with musicians like Lê Quan Ninh, Michel Doneda, Axel Doerner, Xavier Charles, Ivar Grydeland, Diego Chamy, Bhob Rainey, Eden Carrasco, Greg Kelley and Tetuzi Akiyama between many others. He was also part of groups like Silo wNate Wooley & Audrey Chen, Dog wTatsuya Nakatani and Diasporas wLy Thanh Tiên & Didier Lasserre. Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan - Moments Of Falling Petals CDr, Album, Ltd. Dromos Records. Dromos001. Moments of Falling Petals Dromos. Tetuzi Akiyama, Edén Carrasco & Leonel Kaplan. Portraits 2004 Audition Records. Ivar Grydeland, Leonel Kaplan, Axel Dörner & Diego Chamy. Una CasaObservatorio Three Chairs Recordings. Christof Kurzmann, Edén Carrasco & Leonel Kaplan. Casa Corp Dromos. Shortening Distances L'innomable. John Butcher, Christof Kurzmann & Leonel Kaplan. Read about Moments Of Falling Petals by Leonel Kaplan and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Leonel Kaplan 1973 Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Trumpeter and free improviser. Has toured both Americas and Europe with Michel Doneda, Tatsuya Nakatani, Bhob Rainey, Axel Dörner, Lê Q read more. Has toured both Americas and Europe with Michel Doneda, Tatsuya Nakatani, Bhob Rainey, Axel Dörner, Lê Quan Ninh, Ly Thanh Tiên and Tetuzi Akiyama bet read more. Similar Artists. Leonel Kaplan born November 21, 1973 is an Argentine trumpet player active in free improvisation. He has been part of the international improvised music scene since the early 2000s performing and recording throughout Latin America, Europe and U. More Kaplans recordings published through that time are Moments of Falling Petals 2009 Dromos Records, with Edén Carrasco and Tetuzi Akiyama, Portraits 2004 2011 Audition Records compiling unreleased recordings from the Diego Chamy, Axel Dörner and Ivar Grydeland era, and a solo trumpet track issued as part of the Another Timbres Anonymous Zone project Another Timbre 2013. Kaplan and Carrasco were also on the Dromos label's first release in 2009, Moments of Falling Petals, in a trio completed by guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama. The music consists of one 33-minute track recorded in December, 2011 at Buenos Aires' Casa Co. It opens so quietly that it might appear that there's a sound system malfunction only after t. Tetuzi Akiyama, Éden Carrasco, Leonel Kaplan MOMENTS OF FALLING PETALS Dromos. Kato Hideki, Tetuzi Akiyama, Toshimaru Nakamura OMNI Presqu'île. Guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama has never been easy to pigeonhole. The good old, bad old conservatory-trained composer in me is more drawn, I'll admit, to Moments Of Falling Petals, which finds Captain Akiyama back on acoustic guitar in the world of recognisable, even singable yes pitches for a delicate and elegantly understated three-way conversation with alto saxophonist Éden Carrasco and trumpeter Leonel Kaplan. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Edén Carrasco on your desktop or mobile device. He has been part of casual meetings of improvised music andor recorded and published albums with musicians Tetuzi Akiyama, Angélica Castello, Klaus Filip, Ly Thanh Tien, Jason Kahn, Leonel Kaplan, Christof Kurzmann, Andy Moor, Norbert Möslang, Günter Müller, Tatsuya Nakatani, David Stakenäs, Burkhard Stangl, Sabu Toyozumi, Taku Unami, Birgit Ulher, Dafne Vicente-Sandoval, Ute Völker and Manfred Werder. Excerpt from 'Una Casa, Observatorio' by Eden Carrasco alto sax, Leonel Kaplan trumpet, Christof Kurzmann lloopp. Released by Three Chairs Records, Dance - Greg Malcolm, Tetuzi Akiyama. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей

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The good old, bad old conservatory-trained composer in me is more drawn, I'll admit, to Moments Of Falling Petals, which finds Captain Akiyama back on acoustic guitar in the world of recognisable, even singable (yes!) pitches for a delicate and elegantly understated three-way conversation with alto saxophonist Éden Carrasco and trumpeter Leonel Kaplan. This could be a clue as to why I happen to find Akiyama such an intriguing musician – returning once again to the less-is-more world of Bar Aoyama and Off Site where he first made a name for himself, I'm struck by what I once described elsewhere (referring to an Arthur Doyle album, of all things) as "relaxed intensity". There were only two ways out of Off Site: either by playing even less – the Taku Sugimoto solution – or by playing more, which was Akiyama's strategy. (Toshi Nakamura can't decide which way to go, which is fine by me too..). There's an extraordinary tension to Sugimoto's work, both improvised and composed – I well recall him sweating, physically suffering to place those oh so few notes in just the right place in a concert with Radu Malfatti here a while back – while Akiyama in concert has never seemed to me to be in the throes of such an existential crisis. Can music be intense without necessarily being tense? I'd say it can, and Akiyama is a good example. Pursuing the comparison for a while, that Connors / Licht duo once more comes to mind, with Taku playing Connors, agonising over each sound, while Akiyama sits back (Licht positively slumps back) and lets the notes come – not that there are many more of them here than there used to be on echt Akiyama outings like Relator, or his wonderful duos with Jozef van Wissem, Proletarian Drift and Hymn for a Fallen Angel. There's a real sense of tonal – not in the traditional sense of course – interplay in this 33-minute piece, with Akiyama's delicate chordal threads and micro-melodies drawing Carrasco and Kaplan back into real pitch play (rare these days, that), which counterpoints their more "extended" techniques to great effect. It's glorious stuff, and strongly recommended. Same goes for the other two too – but you may want to prepare a secret tunnel out of your apartment if you want to play Omni at the volume it deserves.–Dan Warburton, París Transatlantic