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Taku Sugimoto

Chamber music

Label: Bottrop-Boy

Format: CD

Genre: Experimental

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Taku Sugimoto has been one of the most important musicians on the improv-front for some years now with releases on Erstwhile, Grob, A Bruit Secret, Improvised Music From Japan and many other labels. Redefining guitar music with his ultra minimal way of playing, the most extreme endpoint for this was the Taku Sugimoto Guitar Quartet album released earlier on Bottrop-Boy. On Chamber Music he puts the guitar aside and composes 3 pieces for violin, cello and piano. He recreates the same sustained sound as his guitar pieces, although these new works sound more composed and could be compared to modern classical composers such as Feldman. Only after an hour Sugimoto's guitar enters the frame together with a banjo for the short closing track.
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Cat. number: b-boy 019
Year: 2003