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Glenn Horiuchi - Elegy for Sarajevo mp3 download

Performer: Glenn Horiuchi
Title: Elegy for Sarajevo
Style: Avant-Garde Jazz,World Fusion
Location: Pacifica Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Duration: 01:02:20
Released: September 13, 1995
Date of recording: September 13, 1995
Size MP3 version: 1617 mb
Size FLAC version: 1775 mb
Size WMA version: 1489 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 235
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Genre: Jazz

Glenn Horiuchi - Elegy for Sarajevo mp3 download


Pianist, koto and shamisen player, composer, and bandleader Glenn Horiuchi is one of the most sociopolitically minded cats in experimental music. With a band who includes Francis Wong on reeds, William Roper on tuba, and percussionist Joseph Mitchell, Horiuchi performs six compositions, including the 20-minute "Elegy. The title piece is paced slowly, like Horiuchi's best work. Influenced tonally by Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, it is full of long, open spaces.

Glenn Horiuchi (February 27, 1955 – June 3, 2000) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and shamisen player. He was a central figure in the development of the Asian American jazz movement. Horiuchi had many diverse talents and interests: besides attending graduate school in mathematics he had work experience as an auto mechanic, construction worker, and music teacher He served as an Artist in Residence teaching at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, California. He was also a Zen practitioner of the Kwan Um School

GLENN HORIUCHI is a third stream, hard bop avant-garde jazz music artist. Chicago native Glenn Horiuchi seems to have been destined for a life of music, as he grew up singing and hearing Japanese folk songs. His grandfather, Saburo Sugita, who not only was one of the first Japanese-Americans to be heard playing music on the radio (he was known for his Shakuhachi or Japanese flute playing), he also composed a song about life in the US concentration camps during World War II.

Chicago native Glenn Horiuchi seems to have been destined for a life of music, as he grew up singing and hearing Japanese folk songs. It was this weaving of music and politics which would color almost all of his compositions. In 1987, Horiuchi met Edna Ikeda, who was the love of his life. They were married and settled in San Diego. They continued their activism and Horiuchi became more deeply involved with his music. Fair Play, Horiuchi, Soul Note 121328, 1999. Elegy for Sarajevo, Asian Improv AIR-0035, 1999. Pachinko Dream Track 10,, Music and Arts CD-1040, 1998. Dew Drop, Horiuchi, Asian Improv AIR-0031, 1997.

Profile: American jazz pianist, born 27 February 1955, died 3 June 2000. Next Step ‎(LP, Album). Asian Improv Records.

Dew Drop by Glenn Horiuchi on Jarman, Joseph: Pachinko Dream Track 10. 11:09. Calling Is It And Now. by Glenn Horiuchi with Anders Swanson, Francis Wong, Jeanette Wrate on Calling Is It And Now.

CD 1. Glenn Horiuchi Composer. Open Discussion Work. Glenn Horiuchi Trio Ensemble.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Watercolor #1 Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 10:55
2 Unified Fields Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 6:44
3 Moist Soil Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 7:43
4 Conic Sections Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 10:58
5 Space-Time Continium Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 5:49
6 Elegy for Sarajevo Glenn Horiuchi Glenn Horiuchi 20:11

Credits

Glenn Horiuchi - Composer, Koto, Percussion, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Shamisen, Vocals
Joseph Mitchell - Percussion
Glenn Nishida - Engineer
Andy Nozaka - Photography
Francis Wong - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone, Vocals