Haruka Kikuchi | Music Granola

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by Haruka Kikuchi

Slide Trombone Girly, Haruka Kikuchi who is a girl from Tokyo to New Orleans since 2014. This is her 1st New Orleans' CD, all style from good old Jazz.
Genre: Jazz: New Orleans Jazz
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1. Ole Miss
4:12 $1.29
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2. Tin Roof Blues
5:17 $1.29
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3. Panama
5:15 $1.29
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4. Joe Avery
7:02 $1.29
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5. Misty
5:22 $1.29
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6. Tiger Rag
5:34 $1.29
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7. Hymn to Freedom
8:07 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"MUSIC GRANOLA" by Haruka Kikuchi
Tribute to : Travis Hill (a.k.a. Trumpet Black), Stephen Steinberg

Slide Trombone Player : Haruka Kikuchi

Had interest in music from the youth in Japan, and took lessons of piano, violin, and the cornet. Happened to meet the music of the "Original Dixieland Jazz Band" at the age of 15, and deeply moved by the unique style of the tailgate trombone. At that time, she formed the first Dixieland Jazz Band with high school friends.

Afterwards, get to know that the roots of Jazz is at New Orleans, and self-educated the music over there. Little to know, there are many Jazz, and New Orleans lovers and players. Stimulated through many gigs with them, got interest in not only Traditional Jazz, but also 1920's Early Jazz, New Orleans Jazz Revival such as Paul Barbarin's music, and New Orleans Brass Bands.

She moved to New Orleans in 2014, for playing the great music with great musicians in here.

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