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Ralph Samuelson, Steve Gorn, Yukio Tsuji, music of Teiji Ito

 
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PostPosted: 2011-04-25, 16:02    Post subject: Ralph Samuelson, Steve Gorn, Yukio Tsuji, music of Teiji Ito Reply with quote

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Wednesday May 4, 8pm

Join Ralph Samuelson, Steve Gorn and Yukio Tsuji for a special concert featuring fragments of
Teiji Ito's "Watermill" and Henry Cowell's "The Universal Flute." Teiji Ito composed
this stunning work for the New York City Ballet in 1972. The music was recorded on the Tzadik Record Label in 2008.

The Stone
Avenue C and 2nd Street
New York City
http://www.thestonenyc.com/calendar.php?month=1

Also, a reminder for those in New York City tonight:

http://www.shakuhachiforum.eu/t171-A-Prayer-for-Japan-La-MaMa-E-T-C-Benefit.htm

See you there! - Perry
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