Ryuichi Sakamoto 坂本龍一 - Three (CD Edition)

Country: E.U.
Label: Decca
Released: 25 June 2013
Genre: Classical
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* CD Edition

Description (English):
In the autumn of 2011, Ryuichi resurrected his piano, cello, and violin trio for a European Tour, showcasing new material as well as Ryuichi’s timeless compositions accompanied by Cellist Jacques Morelenbaum, and Violinist Judy Kang. Immediately following the highly successful tour the trio entered a recording studio in Porto, Portugal to record a new album. The album, titled “THREE”, includes new arrangements of Ryuichi’s trio works, freshly recorded and re-imagined.

Tracklisting:
1 Happy End
2 The Last Emperor
3 Bibo No Aozora – Instrumental
4 High Heels
5 Seven Samurai – Ending Theme
6 A Flower Is Not A Flower
7 Still Life In A
8 Nostalgia
9 Tango – Instrumental
10 Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
11 Harakiri (Death Of A Samurai) Endroll
12 Tamago 2004
13 Parolibre



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