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Noel - Akira Kosemura - Solo (CD)

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  1. In , debuted from Australian label with his first solo album “It’s On Everything” while he’s at school. At the same year, he founded own label “Schole Records”, and garner good reviews by releasing various albums of crossover genre music with the sound of Piano, strings, synthesizer, and field recording.
  2. Japanese composer Akira Kosemura debuted his first solo album, "It's On Everything", on an Australian label in while he was still in school. That same year, he founded his own label, Schole Records, and garnered good reviews by releasing various albums of crossover genre music featuring the sounds of piano, strings, winds, synthesizers, and field recordings.
  3. Born in Tokyo in , Japanese composer Akira Kosemura debuted his first solo album, “It’s On Everything”, on an Australian label in while he was still in school.
  4. Stay safe. “Diary ” is a first music archive compilation of Akira Kosemura’s music composed between and , selected by the artist himself. All the music included in the album are the first time to be released on CD, and not been released on either CDs or records previously.
  5. Akira Kosemura releases a new album “In The Dark Woods”. This album is produced under very intimate and personal environment, with combination of electronic and acoustic sound of Piano, Wurlitzer, and Synthesizer with a strings quartet, as similar to the music heard from his previous improvisational solo piano work “One Day” released in.
  6. Born in Tokyo in , Japanese composer Akira Kosemura debuted his first solo album, “It’s On Everything”, on an Australian label in while he was still in school. That same year, he founded his own label, Schole Records, and garnered good reviews by releasing various albums of crossover genre music featuring the sounds of piano.
  7. Akira Kosemura is amongst the current wave of Japanese artists working in the field of minimal yet melodic electroacoustics. Much as is the case with the recent batch of Spekk releases, "It's On Everything" manages to be at once a rigorous exercise in sound design yet also a delicate, highly musical listening experience. Kosemura takes recordings of acoustic performances (most notably piano Missing: Noel.
  8. As the Someone Good label blurb so evocatively states: "Polaroid cameras did more than simply recount past moments - the medium itself inserted a soft-focus, dream-like quality that appeared to suggest vague recollection over exacting reality." This idea is carried over into Akira Kosemura's delicate instrumentals: they're vague and suggestively wistful, imbued with a sense of time and place Missing: Noel.

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