Masayoshi Fujita
Stories

30,00

in stock

why we love this

Ideal for soothing a busy mind. The sound of the vibraphone has almost magical qualities.

about the record

"Stories" is the first vibraphone solo album by Berlin-based Japanese artist Masayoshi Fujita. This quietly exquisite album by Fujita, is like a book of illustration, painting 8 delicate pictures of small stories about the nature we are embracing - clouds, forest, river, swan and morning dews. Things that we all are so familiar with, but yet so quaint.

Masayoshi Fujita’s style of solo vibraphone is uniquely inspired by classic and jazz music. In this beautiful album, in addition to some gorgeous strings and bowings, he also introduced some ingenious ideas in making unique sounds, like the usage of bead and aluminum foil on his vibraphone, as a prepared instrument. As such, “Stories” is a wonderful result of the beautiful vibration (of which the name vibraphone came from) of all the delicate sounds produced in this album. They are poetic, they are melancholic, and they are lushly emotional.

  1. A1 - Deers 5:14
  2. A2 - Cloud 5:46
  3. A3 - Snow Storm 6:17
  4. A4 - Story of Forest 6:01
  5. B1 - Story of Waterfall I. & II. 11:28
  6. B2 - Swan and Morning Dews 4:16
  7. B3 - River 5:15
  8. B4 - Memories of the Wind 3:47

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Masayoshi Fujita
Stories

30,00

in stock

  1. A1 - Deers 5:14
  2. A2 - Cloud 5:46
  3. A3 - Snow Storm 6:17
  4. A4 - Story of Forest 6:01
  5. B1 - Story of Waterfall I. & II. 11:28
  6. B2 - Swan and Morning Dews 4:16
  7. B3 - River 5:15
  8. B4 - Memories of the Wind 3:47

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why we love this

Ideal for soothing a busy mind. The sound of the vibraphone has almost magical qualities.

about the record

"Stories" is the first vibraphone solo album by Berlin-based Japanese artist Masayoshi Fujita. This quietly exquisite album by Fujita, is like a book of illustration, painting 8 delicate pictures of small stories about the nature we are embracing - clouds, forest, river, swan and morning dews. Things that we all are so familiar with, but yet so quaint.

Masayoshi Fujita’s style of solo vibraphone is uniquely inspired by classic and jazz music. In this beautiful album, in addition to some gorgeous strings and bowings, he also introduced some ingenious ideas in making unique sounds, like the usage of bead and aluminum foil on his vibraphone, as a prepared instrument. As such, “Stories” is a wonderful result of the beautiful vibration (of which the name vibraphone came from) of all the delicate sounds produced in this album. They are poetic, they are melancholic, and they are lushly emotional.

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