Takashi Yoshimatsu

Pascal Roge - Crystal Dream: Erik Satie & Takashi Yoshimatsu Piano Works (2009)

Pascal Rogé - Crystal Dream: Erik Satie & Takashi Yoshimatsu Piano Works (2009)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 260 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 215 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Triton/Octavia Records Inc. | # OVCT-00052 | Time: 01:14:49

Japanese label Triton has released a Pascal Rogé album with a rather remarkable program; Crystal Dream features the eminent French pianist in a program that interweaves short piano pieces by Erik Satie with others written by contemporary Japanese composer Takashi Yoshimatsu, mostly pieces drawn from his Pleiades Dances. Both composers employ relatively simple melodic concepts harmonized with elegant, though elemental, kinds of accompaniments, so perhaps the combination makes sense. On the other hand, Satie never lived into the age of rock-based pop music, his engagement with the popular consisting mainly of French music hall tunes, and later in life, a sort of half-understood perception of ragtime rhythm. Yoshimatsu, however, would not be Yoshimatsu if it weren't for his strong connection to pop, though admittedly in Satie's case the pop group Blood, Sweat & Tears' adaptation of his Gymnopédie No. 1 once earned Satie a Grammy-winning single. Either way, one might wonder "how does this combination-slash-conversation work?"
Emerson Lake & Palmer - 40th Anniversary Reunion Concert 2010 (2011)

Emerson Lake & Palmer - 40th Anniversary Reunion Concert 2010 (2011)
Blu-ray: MPEG-4 AVC 19995 kbps, 1080i, 25 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
LPCM 2.0, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit / 2.0, 48 kHz, 1536 kbps, 16-bit
DTS-HD MA 5.0, 48 kHz, 2705 kbps, 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.0 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)
Progressive Rock | INAK 7168 BD | Scans Included | 3:32:11 | ~ 40.48 Gb

EMERSON LAKE & PALMER (ELP) reformed for the first time since 1998 to headline the High Voltage Festival on Sunday July 25th 2010. 2010 marked the 40th anniversary of the creation of Emerson Lake and Palmer, the band that was formed from King Crimson, The Nice and Atomic Rooster. They became the first true prog-rock Super Group and defined an era…

Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing (2001, Camerata # 28CM-558) [RE-UP]  Music

Posted by luckburz at Oct. 3, 2016
Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing (2001, Camerata # 28CM-558) [RE-UP]

Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing - Works of Akira Ifukube
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 182 MB | Artwork: 32 MB | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Camerata # 28CM-558 | Country/Year: Japan 2001, 1999
Genre: Classical, World | Style: Vocal, Contemporary, Asian Classical, Koto

Akira Ifukube was a Japanese composer of classical music and film scores, perhaps best known for his work on the soundtracks of the Godzilla movies by Toho. Despite his financial success as a film composer, Ifukube's first love had always been his general classical work as a composer. In fact his compositions for the two genres cross-fertilized each other. He also published Orchestration, a 1,000-page book on theory.

Takashi's Noodles (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Oct. 27, 2015
Takashi's Noodles (repost)

Takashi Yagihashi, Harris Salat, "Takashi's Noodles"
2009 | ISBN: 1580089658 | English | 176 Pages | EPUB | 17 MB

Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing (2001)  Music

Posted by luckburz at July 6, 2014
Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing (2001)

Akira Ifukube - Pipa Xing - Works of Akira Ifukube
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 182 MB | Artwork: 32 MB | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Camerata # 28CM-558 | Country/Year: Japan 2001, 1999
Genre: Classical, World | Style: Vocal, Contemporary, Asian Classical, Koto

Akira Ifukube was a Japanese composer of classical music and film scores, perhaps best known for his work on the soundtracks of the Godzilla movies by Toho. Despite his financial success as a film composer, Ifukube's first love had always been his general classical work as a composer. In fact his compositions for the two genres cross-fertilized each other. He also published Orchestration, a 1,000-page book on theory.

Takashi's Noodles  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Sept. 4, 2013
Takashi's Noodles

Takashi's Noodles by Takashi Yagihashi, Harris Salat
2009 | ISBN: 1580089658 | English | 176 Pages | EPUB | 17.45 MB

Takashi Asano, "Water Reuse" (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lenami at May 4, 2012
Takashi Asano,  "Water Reuse"  (Repost)

Takashi Asano, "Water Reuse"
ISBN: 0071459278 | edition 2007 | PDF | 1503 pages | 32,1 mb

Water Reuse: Issues, Technologies, and Applications equips water/wastewater students, engineers, scientists, and professionals with a definitive account of the latest water reclamation, recycling, and reuse theory and practice. This landmark textbook presents an integrated approach to all aspects of water reuse _ from public health protection to water quality criteria and regulations to advanced technology to implementation issues.

FC-G Artworks Hashimoto Takashi  Graphics

Posted by nrg at Dec. 10, 2011
FC-G Artworks Hashimoto Takashi

FC-G Artworks Hashimoto Takashi
96 png | ~ 2440*3490 | 526 Mb
collection of the artist's work

Takashi Matsuoka - Autumn Bridge  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at July 8, 2011
Takashi Matsuoka - Autumn Bridge

Takashi Matsuoka - Autumn Bridge
Publisher: Delta | ISBN: 0385339119 | 2005 | EPUB/PDF | 445 pages | 1 Mb/2 Mb

The year is 1311, in the highest tower of Cloud of Sparrows Castle, a beautiful woman watches from the window as the city is set alight and a mob runs riot destroying everything they can lay their hands on. She begins to write down the events unfolding around her and the secret history of the Okumichi Clan. Six centuries later the lost scrolls fall into the hands of American missionary Emily Gibson, a new arrival at Edo Harbour and racing from her tragic past.

Takashi Matsuoka - Cloud of Sparrows  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at July 8, 2011
Takashi Matsuoka - Cloud of Sparrows

Takashi Matsuoka - Cloud of Sparrows
Publisher: Delta | ISBN: 0385338503 | 2004 | EPUB/PDF | 432 pages | 1 Mb/2 Mb

Matsuoka's ambitious first novel is an epic saga of clashing personalities and ideologies in the tradition of Shogun, yet it distinguishes itself from its wide-eyed predecessor with a grimmer perspective on Japan's military culture. Set in Edo in 1861, the book chronicles the arrival of a group of American missionaries (two men and a woman, each hiding secrets) into a land bristling with feudal clans nursing ancient grudges and a central shogunate trying to maintain control in the face of corrosive Western influences (like Christianity).