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Night of Istanbul

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Istanbul is an intersection in Asia and Europe.
Various cultures have mixed with the town.
It is a mysterious, chaotic impression.

Jazz music.
And, the tradition music "Gagaku. " of Japan.
This tune united two music.

Two rhythms.
Three rhythms.
It repeats alternately.
It repeats to the last minute.
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Uploaded: Jun 13, 2005 - 08:03:20 AM
Last Updated: Oct 30, 2010 - 08:17:32 AM Last Played: Jan 18, 2019 - 07:30:29 AM
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btransue said 5109 days ago (June 23rd, 2005)
Audio Intersection...
tripping from one...to the other, across the border of music.
Standing in Gagaku and looking into Jazz. nicely done. Really
get the feeling that you are moving, from one to the other.

Brilliant mix of the rhythms.
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Tadashi Togawa said 5109 days ago (June 24th, 2005)
Audio Intersection...
Composition is not self-satisfactory.
The comment was gotten from you.
It is very glad.
Wonderful that shares music.
Understanding of new attempt.
Thank you. btransue .

Best Regards,

Tadashi Togawa

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jiguma said 5013 days ago (September 27th, 2005)
east/west feeling
Thanks for pointing me here Tadashi! Its interesting to hear your
"earlier" work - this is especially reminiscent for me of Gentle Giant.
The east/west feeling certainly comes across too. I must work through
your other earlier posts,
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