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Michel Doneda, Tetsu Saitoh - Spring Road - Duo Japan Tour 2003 album flac

Michel Doneda, Tetsu Saitoh - Spring Road - Duo Japan Tour 2003 album flac
  • Performer: Michel Doneda
  • Title: Spring Road - Duo Japan Tour 2003
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Date of release: 2007
  • Music style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
  • MP3 size: 1708 mb
  • FLAC size 1720 mb
  • Formats AC3 MIDI DXD MPC AUD ASF MMF

Artwork – Michel Doneda. Contrabass, Harmonium, Gong – Tetsu Saitoh. Music By – Michel Doneda. Photography By – Idiot-san, Pascale Para. Producer – Wataru Matsumoto. Recorded By – Pierre-Olivier Boulant (tracks: 1 to 4, 6). Soprano Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone – Michel Doneda.

SoNAISH Gut Bass Duo. Carré Bleu: In Memory Of Bernard Prouteau. Spring Road - Duo Japan Tour 2003. Orbit 1. Orbit 2: Voyaging Antipodes. Une Chance Pour L'Ombre.

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Orbit 1, w/ Tetsu Saitoh & Michel Doneda (Travessia, 2006). Marginal Consort, w/ Marginal Consort (Improvised Music From Japan, 2007). Lee Konitz, Unaccompanied Live in Yokohama (PSF, 1997). Yuji Itsumi, Chi no kioku video (PSF, 2003). Deluxe Improvisation Series, Vol. 1: 2000 (ASE, 2001). 2: 2001 Part 1 (ASE, 2001). Improvised Music from Japan Presents Improvised Music from Japan 10 cd set (IMFJ, 2001). Deluxe Improvisation Festival 2001:. Festival Beyond Innocence: A Brief History in 67 Chapters 4-CD set (FBI, 2003). Free Will (PSF, 2003). Undecided: JMSA Presents Wave from Free Music (PSF, 2004). PSF & Alchemy: 20th Anniversary Live (PSF, 2005).

TETSU SAITOH is a third stream, latin jazz, avant-garde jazz jazz related improv/composition music artist

Over the years, Michel Doneda (b. 1954) has developed one of the most extensive musical vocabularies in free improvisation. A specialist of the soprano saxophone, he has gradually moved from left-field jazz to the fringes of free improv ever since he began to lead his own sessions in the early ‘80s. Doneda released his first solo album, L'Élémentaire Sonore, three years later on cellist Didier Petit's In Situ imprint. This album pictures the saxophonist in a transition between jazz-based and non-idiomatic improv. In parallel he has extended his circle of collaborators to include Japanese bassist Tetsu Saitoh, composer Alain Joule, poet Serge Pey (Les Diseurs de Musique), and bassist Barre Phillips. In 1998, Potlatch released his second solo album, L'Anatomie des Clefs, which shows how much ground he'd covered since 1992 and remains his most impressive recording.

Tetsu Saitoh - Casino, 03:08, . MB download mp3 full version here. Gramss, Dresser, Eckhardt, Guy, Hoock, Léandre, Phillips, Roccato, Saitoh, Thelin & Scodanibbio: Thinking of Stefano Scodanibbio: Best 2 songs. Barry Guy, Christine Hoock, Joëlle Léandre, John Eckhardt, Mark Dresser, Sebastian Gramss - Soffermiamoci 03:48. Barry Guy, Christine Hoock, Joëlle Léandre, John Eckhardt, Mark Dresser, Sebastian Gramss - Pezzi difettosi 01:47. Album: Gramss, Dresser, Eckhardt, Guy, Hoock, Léandre, Phillips, Roccato, Saitoh, Thelin & Scodanibbio: Thinking of Stefano Scodanibbio. Tetsu Saitoh: best 2 tracks. Barre Phillips, Joëlle Léandre, Tetsu Saitoh, William.

Trio Michel Doneda (saxophone), Tetsu Saitoh (double bass) and Frédéric Blondy (prepared piano). Live recording on April 11, 2016 from the studio 107 at the Maison de la Radio (Paris). Trio Michel Doneda (saxophone), Tetsu Saitoh (double bass) and Frédéric Blondy (prepared piano). Trio Michel Doneda, Tetsu Saitoh and Frédéric Blondy.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

TRV-004 (DVDr)
1-1 Untitled
Alto Saxophone – Kang Tae HwanDouble Bass – Hideto Ikegami*, John Dee Lee, Jun Kawasaki*, Nobuyoshi Ino, Yosaku MinataniGuitar – Kazuo ImaiKoto [17-string] – Hideaki Kuribayashi, Kazue SawaiPercussion [Kotsuzumi] – Shunichiro HisadaPerformer [Butoh Dance] – Hideyuki Okaniwa, Taketeru KudoPerformer [Live Painting] – Yuji Kobayashi Piano – Shuichi ChinoRead By [Poetry Reading] – Kiwao NomuraShakuhachi – Shozan TanabeStrings [Haegum] – Kang Unil
39:41
TRV-005 (CDr)
2-1 Untitled
Percussion [Noh Drum], Voice – Shunichiro Hisada
7:29
2-2 Untitled
Computer – Carl Stone
11:46
2-3 Untitled
Double Bass – Hideto Ikegami*, John Dee Lee, Jun Kawasaki*, Yosaku Minatani
6:01
2-4 Untitled
Performer – Various
4:47
2-5 Untitled
Piano – Shuichi Chino
10:08
2-6 Untitled
Guitar – Kazuo ImaiKoto [Bass] – Kazue Sawai
11:34
2-7 Untitled 13:29

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Nichifutsu Kaikan
  • Recorded At – In F
  • Recorded At – Gallery Morita
  • Recorded At – Airegin
  • Recorded At – Studio Es
  • Recorded At – Minamikumin Bunka Center

Credits

  • Double Bass – Tetsu Saitoh
  • Soprano Saxophone – Michel Doneda

Notes

DVDr: (39 minutes, NTSC, region free)
"Spring Road: The 2003 Michel Doneda & Tetsu Saitoh Duo Tour" directed by Mai Saitoh
Including live performances, Tetsu Saitoh interview, and poetry by Michel Doneda

CDr: Recorded live in Ashiya ; at the French Institute, Tokyo ; at In F, Tokyo ; at a workshop, Gallery Morita, Hakata ; at Airegin, Yokohama ; at Studio Es, Tokyo ; and at Minamikumin Bunka Center, Hiroshima , March 15-April 15, 2003
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