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Takehisa Kosugi

Takehisa Kosugi  ( b. Tokyo, Japan, 1938) is a Japanese composer and violinist associated with the Fluxus movement. Kosugi is probably best known for the extraordinary experimental music that he created between 1960-75, first in the early 1960s with the Tokyo-based seven member ensemble Group Ongaku ("music group") and thereafter as a solo artist and with itinerant octet Taj Mahal Travellers (1969-75). Since 1978, Kosugi has served as music director for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and lives in New York.

Takehisa Kosugi  ( b. Tokyo, Japan, 1938) is a Japanese composer and violinist associated with the Fluxus movement. Kosugi is probably best known for the extraordinary experimental music that he created between 1960-75, first in the early 1960s with the Tokyo-based seven member ensemble Group Ongaku ("music group") and thereafter as a solo artist and with itinerant octet Taj Mahal Travellers (1969-75). Since 1978, Kosugi has served as music director for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and lives in New York.

Apollo And Marsyas (4xBooks + 2CD)
4xBook+2cd | €84.00
Catch Wave
Vinyl LP | €21.90
Violin solo
Vinyl LP | €180.00
Catch wave
Vinyl LP | €40.00
Zeitenwechsel 2
CD | €15.00
Violin Improvisations
CD | €14.50
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