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  1. Dec 15,  · Natsuki Tamura has turned into a leading creative improvising trumpeter, consistently producing functions of originality and thoughtful variety. Given birth to on July 26, in Otsu, Shiga, Japan, Tamura 1st experienced the horn as an associate of his junior high brass music group. Upon graduation from senior high school, he performed professionally in lots .
  2. Newest release from the leading European avant jazz label - NotTwo presents newest avant project from Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii. Line-up includes: Satoko Fujii - piano, Natsuki Tamura - trumpet, Norikatsu Koreyasu - bass, and Akira Horikoshi - drums. Recorded on 5/5(2).
  3. How Many?, an Album by Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura. Released in October on Leo Lab (catalog no. LEO LAB CD ; CD). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz.
  4. Dec 19,  · Following the stimulating album Aspiration, a quartet session recorded with the virtuosic trumpeters Wadada Leo Smith and Natsuki Tamura and electronics wizard Ikue Mori, the pianist focuses on a wider scenario, commanding her famous Orchestra New York, a piece big band that includes some of the best improvisers and sound explorers on the.
  5. This is the third duet CD that the husband/wife team of Natsuki Tamura and Satoko Fujii have released. The first was How Many which was (I believe) originally recorded for the Leo label in and which has been reissued on Libra. The second was Clouds from and then the In Krakow in November was released last year on the Polish label, Not 4/5(1).
  6. Natsuki Tamura – trumpet | Satoko Fujii – piano. Recorded at Systems Two Studios, New York by Joe Marciano, September 12, and November 9, “Akumu” recorded at Blue Jay Studios, Boston on January 19, Mastered at Hit Factory by Scott Hull on April 15, Executive producer: Natsuki Tamura. Design and Photos by Motonobu Furuhata.
  7. Natsuki Tamura - trumpet Kazuhiko Tsumura - guitar Satoko Fujii - accordion Yasuko Kaneko - trombone “Trumpeter Natsuki Tamura has a thorough command of brass technique and elsewhere has proved to be a true innovator in extended techniques, keeping the flame lit by the masters of avant-garde trumpet burning brightly.
  8. In , their duo album, Something About Water, was released; Fujii commented that it was a major event for her: "I started to accept myself, little by little." She returned to Japan with her new husband, trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, leader of Gato Libre. She leads various big bands in Japan, such as Orchestra Tokyo. She established Orchestra New.

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