- Author:Toru Takemitsu
- Publisher:SCHOTT JAPAN; Bilingual edition (July 1, 2005)
- Pages:44 pages
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The obvious showpiece for this recording is the Toru Takemitsu 'From Me Flows What You Call Time' a work for percussion and chamber orchestra and here the percussion ensemble (a very complex battery of instruments) is performed by the Nexus Percussion Ensemble, an ensemble of five percussionists, for whom Takemitsu composed this complex and satisfying work in 1990.
for 5 Percussionists and Orchestra - Study Score. Publisher: Schott Music.
Scores by Takemitsu are published by Ongaku No Tomo Sha, . 'From Me Flows What You Call Time''. for 5 percussionists and orchestra. Time Perspective for Jasper Johns. Japanese title (original title).
Classical Jazz Sheet Music Books. Arrangement: 5 percussionr and orchestra (5PERC/ORCH). Catalogue Number: SJ1148. Pages: 44. Date Published: 18th Mar 2004.
Throughout his life Takemitsu contributed scores for more than 90 films and received numerous domestic and international awards . From me flows what you call Time.
Throughout his life Takemitsu contributed scores for more than 90 films and received numerous domestic and international awards for his film music. for five percussionists and orchestra (1990) commissioned for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa, Music Director, by the Carnegie Hall Corporation in honor of Carnegie Hall's Centennial Season I Introduction - II Entrance of the Soloists - III A Breath of Air - IV Premonition - V Plateau - VI Curved Horizon - VII The Wind Blows - VIII Premonition - IX Mirage - X Waving Wind Horse - XI The Promised.
The percussionists even figure into the numerology that permeates the work: the five members correspond with the five notes that form the main melody of the piece.
From me flows what you call time, for 5 percussionists & orchestra. Perhaps this is why a work such as Toru Takemitsu's From me flows what you call Time comes across as so striking to the Western ear. Takemitsu seems to hear unimaginable ideas in his head and translate them into sound through the most extraordinary means, so that the ensemble freely crosses the boundaries among lyrical melody, harmonic support, and atmospheric shade. The percussionists even figure into the numerology that permeates the work: the five members correspond with the five notes that form the main melody of the piece.
Tōru Takemitsu From me flows what you call time for five percussionsts .
Tōru Takemitsu From me flows what you call time for five percussionsts and orchestra (38 mi. Franz Schindlbeck drums, Simon Rössler percussion, Raphael Haeger percussion, Wieland Welzel percussion (Takemitsu), Jan Schlichte percussion. Tōru Takemitsu has often been called Japan’s most significant composer – a judgement that admittedly can be compromised by attempting to identify Japanese composers numbers two and three. At eleven he began regular percussion instruction and studied from 1983 to 1988 with Hermann Gschwendtner at the Trossingen Musikhochschule.
performed by Amadinda Percussion Group with Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Zoltán Kocsis (Liszt Academy Budapest, 1999. takemitsu from me flows what you call time zoltan kocsis amadinda. Current time: 0 seconds 0:00. Duration: 26 minutes 12 seconds 26:12. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Amadinda Percussion Group. Current track: Toru Takemitsu: From me flows what you call timeToru Takemitsu: From me flows what you call time. Drop your files here.