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Saturday Night With You

by Milt

One of Milt's most popular tracks, Yokohama Cafe, and his very first original track, Tigris, have been reborn with the talented fellow musicians, both has been used in the TV Asahi's program called "Portal ANN News & Sports" in Japan.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Yokohama Cafe (Saturday Night With You)
4:52 $0.99
2. Tigris (Prologue)
3:30 $0.99
3. Tigris (Eternal Flow)
4:07 $0.99
4. Yokohama Cafe (Saturday Night With You) [Less Ocarina]
3:53 $0.99
5. Tigris (Prologue) [Less Ocarina]
1:05 $0.99
6. Tigris (Eternal Flow) [Less Ocarina]
4:04 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
● Yokohama Cafe ~ Saturday Night With You
One of Milt's most favorite places in Japan is Yokohama. When I want to relax myself, for example on off-days, I often go and visit Minato Mirai area in Yokohama, where I can enjoy a variety of natural sounds and scenes, such as song of sea gulls, sound of waves, brilliantly shimmering surface of the sea, whistle of passenger vessel, etc. I can even enjoy the smell of green, just lying on the ground with arms and legs outstretched. It is so nice to visit a cafe along the street near the port to enjoy a cup of nice coffee after a nice stroll . This song describes one of my favorite scenes in Yokohama.

● Tigris ~ Prologue and Eternal Flow
Down the ages, there were civilization along rivers and over times, we can see the signs that these civilizations have left behind. I was so inspired by the majestic river, Tigris. "Tigris ~ Prologue" described how a tiny life was born from the headstream of Tigris and eventually has grown into the river, with a lot of people and culture being developed together along the way. "Tigris ~ Eternal Flow" described the vigorous rhythms of the entire life along the river, Tigris, providing dynamic energy for another development.

Official website - Milt Ocarina World
http://www.miltworld.com/en/index.html (for English)
http://www.miltworld.com/jp/index.html (for Japanese)

Milt has not only developed his own playing style combining a traditional healing sound of ocarina with elements of POP music, JAZZ, samba, bossa nova, but also introduced a variety of effect units into ocarina playing. In addition, he has made his best effrots to pursue infinite possibilities of ocarina as music instrument by developing and introducing his own way of ocarina playing. He has been working on peace operations on a regular basis by organizing and performing a series of peace concerts entitled "From One's Heart". In August 2006, he had a concert tour in the Republic of Korea (Korea) under the auspices of Japan Embassy in Korea.

Together with one of the major ocarina makers in Korea, Zin Ocarina, and Pecorino, one of the most reliable ocarina makers in Japan, Milt has developed his own brand of ocarina called "INFINITY". He has serialized his own lessons in print in the ocarina specialized magazine called "OCARINA" published by Also Publishing Co., Ltd. in Japan and his ocarina master book was published in June 2012.

He played ocarina for a several songs for Japanese movies, such as "Bakamono", directed by Shusuke Kaneko who directed also the one of the popular Japanese movies called "Death Note". Also Milt composed and played some songs for the movie called "Wakaremono" directed by Shun Coney, one of the most promising movie directors in Japan.

In 2010, he has launched and lead an ocarina production and education project in Cambodia, called "Khmer Ocarina Project (KOP)" under a grant funded by Japan Foundation, to create employment opportunities for the poor and help street children and orphants have proper education in a long run.

◎ Khmer Ocarina Project (KOP) on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KOP.Official

Hello, everyone. This is Milt.

First of all, I would like to say thank you for soending your precious time to read this article.
This article has been made to tell you my honest feeling about the music and the peace.

☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

I first experienced an ocarina when I was in junior high school.
(an ocarina is a music instrument made by soil)
My father gave me an ocarina.
At that time, I only have vague dream for my future,
but I wanted to do something contributable to the society.

That was exactly September 11, 2001.

I made a firm decision.
That changed my life, too.

There was a series of terrorism attacks in the US.
I saw the trasic scenes on TV, which hurt me significantly.
When I play ocarina, when I enjoy nyself with my friends
or when I do something I want to do,
there definately must be someone suffering severely
physically and mentally
or even lost their lives or lives of their loved ones.
I burned the anger - anger with the fact that
I was totally helpless.

I made the firm desicion.
I do whatever I can do - as an ocarina player through music activities
in order to serve the cause of peace.

- I would like to try to do my best to send and spread the message of peace on earth -

Now I know that this is what I should do.

I think both war and peace are reflection of our mind.
If we have anger to other people, they would have anger to us,
resulting in a kind of fight between us
or even in a war
if it comes to a story between countries.

The most important thing is to continue to try to improve human nature
in order not to yield ourselves to darkness of mind.
It is necessary to reinvent, restructure or improve our mind.

The key is "DIALOGUE" between people.

If we could repeat honest and sincere dialogues between us over time,
we could convey the rhythm of peace to the maximum extent.
This rhythm of peace is so important

for us

for children,


for the future of the Earth.

I would like to become a person to create and spread the rhythm of peace.

That is my wish.

Thank you for reading the article.




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