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Momitani: Ledoux – Japanese e-mails (24/96 FLAC)

Momitani: Ledoux - Japanese e-mails (24/96 FLAC)

Momitani: Ledoux – Japanese e-mails (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Claude Ledoux
Performer: Nao Momitani
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Cypres
Catalogue: CYP8613
Release: 2021
Size: 878 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Shô…(z) (Extrait de L’Album à la Jeunesse)

Japanese E-mail
02. 1 – To: Dai Fujikura
03. 2 – To: Sachiko Nomura
04. 3 – To: Toshio Hosokawa

Courbes d’étoiles
05. I.
06. II. Étoiles Doubles
07. III. L’étoile sombre de Kobe
08. VI.

2021/22, a cultural season unlike any other, brings the 30th anniversary of Cypres. Musical renewal and reinvention is of the essence for any record label in today’s environment. An enterprising spirit; a constant quest for newly composed works; firm roots in the local musical landscape; representation of prestigious names and advocacy of young talent: all these are elements that constitute our particular creative formula. Now that we are 30 years old we can confidently take pleasure in sharing our musical philosophy with you. Here is a perfect opportunity to celebrate a double anniversary, firstly the 60th birthday of composer Claude Ledoux, and secondly the 30th anniversary of Cypres!


This album offers us a selection of works composed between 1994 and 2017 and chosen from a large catalogue of piano pieces. The Japanese e-mails, which give this release its title, are a message of resistance to the watchword that is ours today: e-mail. Resistance to this fast, frenetic communication, always with the hope of a reply within minutes. These meticulously crafted pieces propose to rediscover the slowness of the written letter, designed to dilate our time as hurried men.

Here is a perfect opportunity to celebrate a double anniversary, firstly the 60th birthday of composer Claude Ledoux, and secondly the 30th anniversary of Cypres! This album offers us a selection of works composed between 1994 and 2017 and chosen from a large catalogue of piano pieces. The Japanese e-mails, which give this CD its title, are a message of resistance to the watchword that is ours today: e-mail. Resistance to this fast, frenetic communication, always with the hope of a reply within minutes. These meticulously crafted pieces propose to rediscover the slowness of the written letter, designed to dilate our time as hurried men

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