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Kiyoshi Mizutani - Scenery Of The Border: Environment And Folklore Of The Tanzawa Mountains flac album

Kiyoshi Mizutani - Scenery Of The Border: Environment And Folklore Of The Tanzawa Mountains flac album
Title:
Scenery Of The Border: Environment And Folklore Of The Tanzawa Mountains
Performer:
Kiyoshi Mizutani
Style:
Field Recording
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1642 mb
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4.1 ✪

CD1. 01. Kurokura Power Plant. 02. In The Tunnel At Kurokura Path. 03. The Chain At M. hishi. 04. Hail At M. anzawa. 05. Wind At Dohdaira. 06. Birds At Dohkaku Mountain Ridge. Yabusame (Horseback Archery As Shinto Ritual) Of Murou Shrine In Rain. View Of Nakagawa River From Under A Hohki-Sugi (A Great Japanese Cedar Tree). Million Times Invocation Of Yozuku (A Huge Rosary Was Suspended By A Pulley And Rotated). West Tanzawa In Rain. Nishizawa And Nakagawa River. 07. Yamabushi At The Top Of M. ohnodake. 08. Blue-And-White Flycatcher At Shiomizu Pass. 09. Narcissus Flycatcher At Dohdaira.

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Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kiyoshi Mizutani. A new version of Last. Toshiya Tsunoda Toshiya Tsunoda. 6 tracks · September 2000.

Kiyoshi Mizutani (??) is an ex-member of Merzbow. Until the early 90s, Merzbow was both Masami Akita and Kiyoshi Mizutani. Since leaving Merzbow, Mizutani has created many experimental sound works and released many discs from various countries. Mizutani's sound is characterized by usage of primitive electrical feedback and his own field recordings. Interlude 8. Interlude. The chain at Mt. Ohishi. Interlude 3.

The Form of the Phonograph Record. October 55 (Winter 1990): 56–61. In Noise, The Political Economy of Music. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Leonardo Music Journal 9 (December 1999. The Prospects of Recording. In Tim Page, e. The Glenn Gould Reader. London and Boston, MA: Faber and Faber, 1988.

The Same Thing Makes Always Her Laugh. Down At Kobo No Matsu Park.

The Tanzawa Mountains (丹沢山地 Tanzawa-sanchi) are a mountain range in the Kantō region, in Japan. Mount Hiru 1,673m (蛭ヶ岳 Hiru-ga-take). Mount Fudō 1,614m (不動ノ峰 Fudō-no-mine). Mount Hinokiboramaru 1,601m (檜洞丸 Hinokibora-maru). Mount Tanzawa 1,567m (丹沢山 Tanzawa-san). Mount Tō 1,491m (塔ノ岳 Tō-no-dake).

Tracklist

1-1 Kurokura Power Plant 3:04
1-2 In The Tunnel At Kurokura Path 5:55
1-3 The Chain At Mt. Ohishi 5:08
1-4 Hail At Mt. Tanzawa 3:25
1-5 Wind At Dohdaira 5:04
1-6 Birds At Dohkaku Mountain Ridge 6:30
1-7 Classical Dance Music At The Festival Of Aburi Shrine 7:35
1-8 Substation At Shibusawa 2:20
1-9 Birds At Yozuku Path 4:31
1-10 Ohdana (Large Waterfall) 5:56
1-11 Lower Stream Of Ohdana 4:41
1-12 Yozuku River 4:10
2-1 Watering Place At Haragoya-Daira 3:55
2-2 At The Foot Of Mt. Yakeyama (Fallen Leaves And Slight Chime) 6:12
2-3 Yabusame (Horseback Archery As Shinto Ritual) At Murou Shrine In Rain 4:12
2-4 View Of Nakagawa River From Under A Hohki-Sugi (A Great Japanese Cedar Tree) 4:02
2-5 Million Times Invocation Of Yozuku (A Huge Rosary Suspended By A Pulley And Rotated) 5:23
2-6 West Tanzawa In Rain. Nishizawa And Nakagawa River 5:57
2-7 Yamabushi At The Top Of Mt. Tohnodake (Yamabushi Is A Moutain Priest Who Conducted The Ceremony) 9:46
2-8 Blue-And-White Flycatcher At Shiomizu Pass 6:07
2-9 Narcissus Flycatcher At Dohdaira 5:33
2-10 Watering Place Under Kannogawa-Nokkoshi 5:22
2-11 Cicada At Mt. Hinokiboramaru 5:54
2-12 Indian Tree Pipit At Mt. Hinokiboramaru 2:49

Credits

  • Design – Dale Lloyd
  • Photography By, Artwork [Map] – Kiyoshi Mizutani

Notes

All location recordings were made throughout the Tanzawa mountain region, November 2002 - February 2004.

The second CD is a cross platform enhanced CD containing audio that can be played on a regular CD player, plus two PDFs that can be viewed on a computer. One PDF contains a photo gallery of Kiyoshi's journey around the Tanzawa mountain region of Japan. The second PDF contains a very large topographic map with recording points corresponding to the track numbers.

Special thanks to Paolo Ippoliti e Laura Lovreglio and Dale Lloyd.

Dedicated to Koji Tano.