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PostPosted: 2020-01-22, 16:42    Post subject: Warm Greetings from DC Reply with quote

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Hello all,

A little introduction: I first heard shakuhachi 32 years ago teaching guitar/bass at a music camp in Maine. On a deep dive into upright jazz bass and composing, I promptly forgot it. In 1996, I switched gears to study Ethnomusicology and met my teacher, fine Tozan player Soshuzan Mizuno.

A few years ago, I started to compose for shakuhachi - weaving improvisations over many months into finished compositions. Two weeks ago, I recorded my first suite "Old World Dreams" and released it - like a bottle into the internet ocean - under my pseudonym, Shakulatte. I wanted to share it in joy with you.

Shakulatte (aka Adam)

Track 3 is a full preview / What inspired the pieces:
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/shakulatte

Hear the whole suite on your favorite streaming service and YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIYwbPZBpWNqjFcfM5CKPRw
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