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    Brazilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    The below is a piece recently I composed. This is a paraphrase of a Japanese fork song "Tabaruzaka" with a Brazilian rythm.

    I used GPO strings which appears at 1'06" and later. Solo flute and acoustic bass are also generated by GPO.

    I hope you like it.

    http://homepage2.nifty.com/yamamoto_...tabaruzaka.mp3

    Sincerely,
    Jun Yamamoto
    Tokyo, Japan
    http://jun.music.coocan.jp/
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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    Very nice! Although it is an odd blend (Japanese and Brazilian) it works perfectly and I found myself bouncing to the beat.
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    Re: Brazilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    Thank you very much, Bill.

    I am also surprised to notice they perfectly go well with each other.

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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    whoa...great combination of cultures here...felt like i was eating sushi in sao paulo (now wouldn't that be cool title)...what about using a shakuhachi flute??

    good work.

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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh
    whoa...great combination of cultures here...felt like i was eating sushi in sao paulo (now wouldn't that be cool title)...what about using a shakuhachi flute??

    good work.
    Thank you, Josh.

    "Sushi in Sao Paulo" sounds great as a website collecting inter-cultural music.

    Also, shakuhachi is an interesting idea. How about GEIC (Garritan Ethnic Instrument Collection)?

    Sincerely,
    Jun Yamamoto
    Tokyo, Japan
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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    Wow, Jun, you don't even need JABB to sound jazzy! Very tasteful and delightful combination. You're onto something really cool here.

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    Ahhhhhhhh no! no! no! I'm blocked from downloading here at school! One of me favorite composers posts a new piece in so long AND I'M BLOCKED!
    Dang this school!
    Styxx

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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    What a fun piece!

    I agree.. A wonderful blend between two cultural sounds.

    Fantastic melody too!



    jeff


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    Re: Brasilian (?) Tabaruzaka

    Quote Originally Posted by danveach
    Wow, Jun, you don't even need JABB to sound jazzy!
    Thank you, Dan. But I definitely need JABB! Though SC88 is very useful and handy, I cannot help expect more expressive sounds from JABB.

    Sincerely,
    Jun Yamamoto
    Tokyo, Japan
    http://jun.music.coocan.jp/
    MIDI AND SAMPLING TECHNOLOGY HAS OPENED AN ENTIRE NEW WORLD OF MUSIC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    I'M BLOCKED!
    Right. Sometimes I feel my office's barrier system very annoying. Fortunately, I can read and write to this forum in lunch time.
    Jun Yamamoto
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    MIDI AND SAMPLING TECHNOLOGY HAS OPENED AN ENTIRE NEW WORLD OF MUSIC!

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