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Alessandra
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PostPosted: 2016-06-18, 10:48    Post subject: Introduction and searching members for a project Reply with quote

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Hello everyone,

I'm Alessandra, I'm 14 years old and I'm Italian. I study piano, but I love traditional Japanese music like sokyoku, heikyoku and jiuta.
I have a Japanese friend who plays koto, shamisen and bass koto (juushichigen). With some friends, I want to start a tribute project that is based on contaminations between traditional Japanese instruments and singing style with modern pop music, or new age. We want to do a tribute album for a Japanese unit called Rin'. The unit was active from 2004 to 2009. We discovered this unit in 2015 and we want to do something to make Rin's music survive. The featured traditional instruments are: koto, shamisen, juushichigen, biwa and shakuhachi. In Rin's concerts, they played live with their Japanese instruments, along with a background track. We'll play the Japanese instruments. We don't have a studio and we do this project for fun. We're searching for a student who can collaborate with us playing the shakuhachi parts. If you're interested or know someone who might be interested, can you please contact me? I will send him/her a link to the songs and each song's tonality. Let me know if you can collaborate with us or contact someone interested. In our project there are people who play the Japanese stuff, while people who compose the backgrounds. We do this without a commercial scope, but we don't look for beginners.

I am blind and I use a screen reader to use the computer, and unfortunately I have a lot of accessibility problems on this forum, so a friend is helping me posting this message. I hope this section is ok to post about this collaboration request, if you think I should post this request again to another section please let me know.
If you are interested in participating in our project, please contact me at my email address alessandra-dandrea@alice.it because I have a lot of problems accessing this forum, I can't even register or post anything without a friend helping me, so it would be much better if you replied to me by email.
Thank you very much!
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PostPosted: 2016-06-18, 19:03    Post subject: Introduction and searching members for a project Reply with quote

Oh cool, I am a fan of Rin', so I hope this project succeeds.
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PostPosted: 2016-06-20, 12:16    Post subject: Introduction and searching members for a project Reply with quote

Thanks Eugene, I hope so too.
But we really need someone that can play the shakuhachi for the project.
Do you know anyone that can help us?
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