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Alto Improvisation No.1 - Kaoru Abe* - Mort À Crédit (CD, Album)

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  1. Goltigore
    Since his early death, Kaoru Abe has attracted much attention and a loyal following among aficionados of free jazz and improvised music, but fans who might be tempted to listen for signs of the alto saxophonist's impending doom in this recording made on August 29, , in Hokkaido might be disappointed, for the simple reason that there's not much music to listen to: 14 and a half minutes of.
  2. Zugar
    Jun 01,  · Subtitled "Saxophone Solo Improvisations". Gatefold sleeve. B-1 and C-1 to D-2 recorded at Iruma Shimin Kaikan, October 16, A-1, B-2 recorded live at Aoyama Tower Hall, October 18, at the 「なしくずしの死」 concert/5(10).
  3. Shaktigar
    Sep 03,  · Kaoru Abe - Mort à Crédit: Sopranino 阿部 薫 / Kaoru Abe Alto Sax Improvisation (2 Kaoru Abe - Masayuki Takayanagi - The Disintegration of the Sympathetic (Full Album.
  4. Doukree
    In process of stocking - Doubtmusic has discovered a previously unreleased Kaoru Abe alto saxophone solo improvisation! This CD features a complete 30 minutes performance held in summer at a jazz cafe in Sapporo which was called "Ayler" and no longer exists since long time. We no longer talk about Abe's voice ranging by ready-made musical.
  5. Temuro
    Kaoru Abe (阿部 薫 Abe Kaoru?, May 5, - September 9, ) was an influential Japanese avant-garde alto saxophonist, who is often regarded as having the most abrasive saxophone sound. Self-taught at a young age, Abe performed with notables such as Motoharu Yoshizawa, Takehisa Kosugi, Yosuke Yamashita, Derek Bailey, and Milford Graves.
  6. Vugis
    Nord, an Album by Abe・Yoshizawa Duo ' Released in on ALM-Uranoia (catalog no. UR-5; Vinyl LP). Genres: Free Improvisation, Free Jazz. Featured peformers: 阿部薫 [Kaoru Abe] (alto saxophone), Yukio Kojima (recording engineer, producer), Akio Suzuki (cover art), Go Murakami (liner notes), Toshihiko Shimizu (liner notes), Tatsuo Nagao (photography), Aquirax Aida (photography).
  7. Samusar
    C’est que Mort à crédit reste à écrire, c’est-à-dire: à improviser. Entendre Kaoru Abe n’est pas forcément le comprendre, mais plutôt le laisser aller et puis faire en essayant, au mieux, de le suivre: hors du commun, son langage peut d’abord rappeler aussi bien Ornette Coleman, Albert Ayler ou Eric Dolphy que George Gershwin ou Louis Armstrong: c’est «Alto Improvisation.
  8. Kirg
    Oct 06,  · Kaoru Abe | Mort à Crédit | ALM Records |
  9. Meztirisar
    Jul 18,  · 阿部薫 (Kaoru Abe) (born May 3, Kawasaki Cityben, Kanagawa prefekture) was an influential Japanese avant-garde / free jazz alto saxophonist who generally played solo, and is often regarded as having the greatest abrasive saxophone doughpragsoterphopendethawrlongtersdaha.xyzinfo died young from a drug overdose, and has been romanticized in the Japanese jazz underground. He was married to the author Izumi Suzuki, .

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