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A Traveler's Portrait

by Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha

Five improvised compositions by Malasian-born cellist/pianist Junyi Chow and South Korean-born flutist Seungmin Cha.
Genre: World: Asian- Southeast
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Traveler's Portrait
Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha
5:36 $0.99
2. Longing
Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha
8:32 $0.99
3. Shadow
Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha
8:10 $0.99
4. Illuminate
Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha
6:29 $0.99
5. Swing, Swing
Junyi Chow & Seungmin Cha
9:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
“A Traveler’s Portrait” explores links between soundscape and expression featuring Seungmin Cha on Daegum and JunYi Chow on Piano and Cello. Two composer performers shall exchange musical ideas and create an experimental dialogue that crosses the boundaries between traditional and contemporary, silence and noise, preconception and innovation.

Seungmin Cha

Emerging as one of the most influential experimental Daegeum (Korean transverse bamboo flute) artists, Seungmin Cha was trained in traditional music and its discourse. Her performances incorporate traditional (jeongga and minyo), indie, experimental elements. You can see the evolution of Gugak (Korean traditional music) through her as a traditional music performer, who is at the same time, a contemporary composer and independent musician in the underground scene.

JunYi Chow

Malaysia-born New York-based Composer, Multi-instrumentalist and Improviser. Chow's music has been lauded by Financial Times for its "skilful contrasts in both volume and texture". His interest in music explores the indefinite possibilities of tone colour and sound, in featuring a mixed musical style based on classical contemporary music, Chinese tunes, Gamelan music, minimalism, and popular music, amongst other influences.

Sound Engineer: Akihiro Nishimura

CD Cover Art: "Instant Khora" by Kate Bae



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