A couple of weeks ago, Bruce Burnette shared a very inspirational story with us: “I am writing with an unusual request, a request that may be possible , or perhaps beyond what your group normally does. Your score of Hachiko led me to your group, and since then , your... Read More
In the midst of this pandemic that’s taking way too longer that anyone could have imagined… I feel the urge to let hope speak trough my with music. Enjoy! cherry blossoms the Fukushima sky again smiling pink (Haiku by kash poet).
We’re are taking by surprise to the Twitter users who share videos of beautiful places in Japan with little music compositions inspired on what they share. A very creative experience that offers us another opportunity to give away our music to the world as a gift! Hi @Kamakura_By_Sea! What a... Read More
Here we go again with a song inspired on the ancient Japanese tale "The Bamboo Cutter and the Moon Child". Enjoy this piece of Japanese Ambience Music!
This new track is a “new age/ambient” track inspired on the words of the famous philosopher Alan Watts, whose books have enlightened us for so many years. Thanks Alan! The whole track was produced in two takes, using a Roland JV-1080 and a Roland D-50. Background soundscape is an Okinawan... Read More
To the bamboo lattice of my study-window a single dewdrop hangs quivering. Its tiny sphere repeats the colours of the morning,—colours of sky and field and far-off trees. Inverted images of these can be discerned in it,—also the microscopic picture of a cottage, upside down, with children at play before... Read More
Happy new era, Japan! This is a song for the new era of beautiful harmony (REIWA) Inspired on the sounds of the great japanese composers, featuring soundscapes of Kyoto City.
A long, long time ago there lived in a quiet spot a young man and his wife. They had one child, a little daughter, whom they both loved with all their hearts. I cannot tell you their names, for they have long since been forgotten; but the name of the... Read More
In 1921, HIDESAUBIRO UENO, a professor in the agriculture department at the University of Tokyo, took in Hachiko, a golden brown akita, as a pet. During his owner’s life, Hachiko greeted him at the end of each day at the nearby shibuya station. The pair continued their daily routine until... Read More