Toshi Tsuchitori ‘Ancient Japanese Bronze Bells from Yayoi Period B.C.400 — A.D.250′. Toshi Tsuchitori, using discoveries about Jomon Era Japanese instruments put out a string of speculatory sound albums. In the ’70s and ’80s he was reknowned as a Jazz drummer and improvisor, playing with people like Milford Graves, and Derek Bailey. But like many other musicians he eventually went too far into music; and after travelling through it he ended up at the beginning, playing traditional folk music. What makes his folk music exciting is that most of it is imagined, it’s speculation, not just a reenactment.
Japón (final part), Carlos Reygadas. 'Cantus in memory of benjamin britten' de Arvo Pärt.
Bocuma - Boards of Canada's ninth track on their first album, "Music Has the Right to Children" - Released April 20, 1998
Petr Goncharov - "Thy Cross we worship". Male choir "The Orthodox Singers". Precentor Georgy Smirnov. basses: Victor Kruchenkov, Boris Chepikov, Yuri Vishnyakov.
I Lie, 2001. David Lang/Joseph Rolnick. I lie in bed and turn out the light my beloved will come today The trains come twice a day one comes at night hear them clanging - glin, glin, glon Yes, he is near The night has many hours each one sadder than the next only one is happy when my beloved comes Someone comes, someone knocks someone calls my name I run out barefoot Yes, he has come. Eseguito il 17 giugno 2001, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, CA