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Tomoko Sato and Kaffee Mimun | Harpsody - Contemporary Music for Two Harps

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Harpsody - Contemporary Music for Two Harps

by Tomoko Sato and Kaffee Mimun

Dynamic Harp Duo, Tomoko Sato and Kaffee Mimun play contemporary, yet soothing harp music.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. La Ragazza - Andantino by B. Andres
2:42 album only
2. La Ragazza - Larghetto- by B. Andres
1:58 album only
3. La Ragazza - Allegro moderato by B. Andres
3:17 album only
4. La Ragazza - Moderato by B. Andres
2:16 album only
5. Sonatine pour deux Harpes - Allegro by J.M. Damase
7:53 album only
6. Sonatine pour deux Harpes - Andante by J.M. Damase
4:15 album only
7. Sonatine pour deux Harpes - Presto by J.M. Damase
5:51 album only
8. Parvis by B. Andres
7:01 album only
9. Duo Voor Twee Harpen by L. Otten
6:00 album only
10. Duo Voor Twee Harpen by L. Otten
2:58 album only
11. Suite for Two Harps from Pentacle IV. Catacombs by C. Salzedo
4:22 album only
12. The Angel israfil (whoes heart-strings are a lute) by D. Argento
5:25 album only


Album Notes
The Los Angeles-based Harpsody duo (Tomoko Sato and Kaffee Mimun) has been performing together since 2003. We explore a wide and intriguing range of harp duo repertoire from Baroque to Modern, as well as our own arrangements and compositions.

This album features the original harp duo pieces by B. Andres, J-M. Damase, and Carlos Salzedo, in addition to rarely performed, yet beautifully composed pieces by L. Otten and D. Argento. Not only you will hear the rich sonority of the harps, but also the modern effects that are discovered in 20th century by experimental composers- percussive use of the instrument, tapping on the soundboard, xylophone effect, snapping and hitting strings, fingernail glissando and harmonics.

Harpsody perform throughout Southern California. The past year Harpsody has been awarded a Grant from the Co-op Press Commission Assistance Grand Program for composer, Sy Brandon, a professor emeritus of music from Millersville University, Millersville, PA, to write a work for two harps.

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