Kuniharu Akiyama "Environmental Music for Dining Room" CD

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Kuniharu Akiyama
"Environmental Music for Dining Room of Athletes' Village in Tokyo Olympics 1964" CD

track 1: Kuniharu Akiyama "Music for Resting" (1964) 30'37" (sound file)
track 2: Kuniharu Akiyama "Music for Eating" (1964) 30'46" (sound file)

From participation in the early FLUXUS to giving an introduction of FUTURISM, Kuniharu Akiyama (1929-1996), a renowned music critic, was involved in a vast range of activities. Particularly in the 1960s, he recorded a lot of music on tape for himself. To our surprise, the music compiled on this CD was actually discovered from a series of ambient music pieces played in the Athletes’ Village at the Tokyo Olympics! During this period, Akiyama was fascinated by the sound of Sanukite stone from Sanuki, Shikoku island and he composed several ambient music pieces including this one. Despite the detail of the work have been unknown as the composer was already passed away, a guru of electronic musicologist, Koji Kawasaki, managed to reveal everything behind the piece.
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(reference rate: US$23.8)

型番 Edition OMEGA POINT Archive Series OPA-021
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2,500円(内税)

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