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Performer: Yasuhiro Morinaga
Genre: Folk and World music / Stage and Screen
Title: Soundtrack For The Contemporary Dance To Belong
Released: 2015
Style: Soundtrack, Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1319 mb
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Yasuhiro Morinaga (森永 泰弘, Morinaga Yasuhiro, born August 1, 1980) is a sound designer, music director, independent filmmaker and director of ethnographic media production label, concrete"". Morinaga specializes in recording and documenting the obscure music of different parts of the world and has published number of recordings on internet. Contemporary dance and theater (Music Director). To belong -dialogue- (2012, with Akiko Kitamura/Japan and Indonesia).

Yasuhiro Morinaga (森永 泰弘, Morinaga Yasuhiro, born August 1, 1980) is a sound designer, music director, independent filmmaker and director of ethnographic media production label, concrete"".

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Recordings: Yasuhiro Morinaga Translation: Rina Roan Production: Kingdom of Archipelago Production Cambodian Living Arts, Japan Foundation Asia Center Меньше. collection from the Live-concerts by Yasuhiro Morinaga Ensemble. The project forms both western and asian musical instruments, together with computerized sonic effects, to create particular auditory soundscape based on the narratives. For the ritual ceremonies, the Bahnar people use the musical instruments such as gongs and drums to play music along with the dance. The variety of music instruments for the Bahnar people is perhaps the richest of vietnamese ethnic minority groups. And the gongs are one of the most important instruments for them.

Yasuhiro Morinaga is a sound designer specialized in field recording. His target in field recording is particularly aimed on rural communities, natural environments and concrete sounds. His versatile approach on sound design characterizes the high number of works exposed in some of the World’s most important cinematographic festivals: Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Toronto

Morinaga is a sonic ethnographer and music director  . Concrete is a Tokyo-based record label founded by Yasuhiro Morinaga, focused on field recording.

A soundtrack album is any album that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of a particular feature film or television show. The first such album to be commercially released was Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 1938. The first soundtrack album of a film's orchestral score was that for Alexander Korda's 1942 film Jungle Book, composed by Miklós Rózsa.

Yasuhiro Morinaga, Composer: Sekala Niskala. Born in Tokyo, Japan, Yasuhiro Morinaga has been working internationally as a sound designer and sound artist. Morinaga's sound design works for film have been screened at various international film festivals, such as Berlinale, Pusan, PIFF and TokyoFimex

Sound designer & Music director, Yasuhiro Morinaga met with Slamet Gundono during the production of contemporary dance performance (choreography by Akiko Kitamura) in 2011. Throughout the number of discussions and communications, both Morinaga and Slamet agreed to work collaboratively in producing new recording album. With two microphones, Morinaga captured Slamet’s dynamic voice and instruments and other Indonesian local instruments such as gender or kendang etc. Because of his improvisational music style, the recording has never been replaced or re-recorded

Tracklist

1 Mantra
2 A Haunted Charmer
3 Sniman
4 Silent Love
5 In The Morning Of Sundaland
6 Revival
7 Requiem To Slamet Gundono
8 Zomia
9 Mantra2
10 Stone Story
11 Puncak Silat
12 The Sultanate Of Mataram

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – GOK Sound

Credits

  • Cello – Hiroki Taniguchi
  • Choreography – Akiko Kitamura
  • Music By – Yasuhiro Morinaga
  • Viola – Hidemi Takemoto
  • Violin – Natsume Saiki, Taeko Kobayashi
  • Voice – Endah Laras, Slamet Gundono