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Takako Asahina (DVD) | My New York Sound

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My New York Sound

by Takako Asahina (DVD)

A fascinating hybrid of Classical and Jazz. Featuring Takako Asahina(Piano), Larry Ransome(Drums), and Duncan(Bass). Format: NTSC, All Region. DVD filmed live in Japan. 朝比奈隆子(ピアノ)、ラリー・ランサム(ドラム)、ダンカン(ベース)の繰り広げる、ジャズとクラシックの融合する新しいサウンド! NTSC全地域。日本でのライブ収録。
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Bantu Dance
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2. Left Alone
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3. La Defense au Clair de Lune
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4. More Sweet To Me
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5. Fantasie Impromptu
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Album Notes
Internationally accomplished concert pianist Takako Asahina’s extensive career includes performances in the United States, France, Germany, and all over Japan. (Including being a two-time gust soloist with the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra at the Osaka Symphony Hall) Takako plays in both the Jazz and Classical styles. She is know by for her versatile style of performance and her original Jazzy-Classical hybrid sound.

Takako Asahina’s recordings include Piano of Healing, La Defense au Clair de Lune, and her new DVD release, My New York Sound.

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Brian R West

Wessex Man
I can't claim to have an extensive knowledge of music theory, but this lady swept me away with her playing and her performance. Pure chance finding her having followed a trail starting with Keiko Matsui and guided or led by CD Baby. Listen to it or watch it I found it riveting. What I want to know now is how can I get to hear more, isolated or insulated from smooth music here in the UK.