Water flows unseen, there is only the conifer breeze
listening the spring,there is just like a sounds of Autumn
(Socho / Sogi 1491)
We presents two titles as Musics for "Mitsui Gaden Hotel Kyoto Kawaramachi" Jyokyoji,especially for summer season.These titles are for morning-- " Glistening gardens" and for evening-- "Glimmering gardens".featuring ironomi+Yukihiko Yotsukura(From Coupie) ,and OTOGRAPH.Photography/Album artwork is by Shiori Iwakura.
Yukihiko Yotsukura is a musician based in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture. His work is created in pursuit of the concept of "Hare to Ke” ̶ a traditional Japanese world-view of unique occurrences with common everyday ones and their interrelationships with space and time. Simultaneously, as an active member of some of the fascinating local folk entertainment groups that emerged after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, he continues to study the expressions brought up by the people of the land and their daily lives. He gave a spirited and rousing Taiko drumming performance at the 2015 Milan International Exposition.
Born in Nagano,1984. Started lesson of piano at 7 yeas old, From 2004 He started composition piano pieces, He wrote and play with various artists for pictures, movies, short film, contemporary dance. ――The picture of music, flexible and delicate sound texture like plants The background music of the human memory start to move the freezing time---
Merging visuals with sound, Oto-graph are Takashi Iura and Sachiyo Oshima, a very talented duo from Kyoto. The group builds elaborate layers of harmonious and compelling audio that when blended with visuals, transform space into an ultimate sensory experience. The duo first called themselves Oto-graph in July of 2004. Their debut show came only a month later when they were selected to perform the Ryoondo-Tea Electronic Evening at the Kyoto Honen-in Temple.