Denshi On /Theremin, Comfortable Swinging

Eri , Etherwave Pro Theremin
Ubukata Noritaka , moog moduler V

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JASRAC R-0610029TO / Hachidai Corpration.
CD Manufactured by Toshiba EMI.
Help of product: Hiroshi Mochizuki, Zuroyo Tabata, Mitsuhiko Kagawa.

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All the sounds are moog.

moog moog moog

Digital Performaer and Apple Mac

moog EtherwavePro
moog Synthesizer
Arturia Software moog
MOTU Digital Performer
Apple Macintosh

Hamabe no Uta Tamezo Narita Oct 29, 1945 from Dec 15, 1893
Habu no Minato Shinpei Nakayama Dec 30, 1952 from Mar 22, 1887
Sukiyaki Hachidai Nakamura Jun 10, 1992 from Jan 20, 1931
Mothra Akira Ifukube Feb 8, 2006 from May 31, 1914
Sunayama Shinpei Nakayama Dec 30, 1952 from Mar 22, 1887
Hana no Machi Ikuma Dan May 17, 2001 from Apr 7, 1924
Sakura Japanese Folk song
Tensagu no Hana Okinawa Folk song
Shin Nihon Kikou Isao Tomita On April 22, 1932

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The composer's introduction

Akira Ifukube
Akira Ifukube "Mothra vs.Godzilla End Title"
Feb 8 2006 from May 31, 1914

It movie is "Godzilla", etc. and it is the famous composers.
Two fairies who appear in "Mothera Vs. Godzilla" are singing duet.

Isao Tomita "Shin Nihon Kikou"
On April 22, 1932

The original of "Shin Nihon Kikou" is an orchestra play.
(Tokyo Symphony Orchestra - BMG Victor in 1994)
In the arrangement by theremin and syntehsizer, this album is the first time.
Mr. Tomita is not doing either.
Theremin performs the part of the stringed instrument.
8 duets Etherwave Pro Theremin of Eri alone.

Hachidai Nakamura, Kyu Sakamoto, Rokusuke Ei

"Sukiyaki", known in Japan as "Ue wo Muite Arukou"("looking up while walking") is a Japanese song that was performed by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, and written by Rokusuke Ei and Hachidai Nakamura. It is best known under its alternative title "Sukiyaki" in English-speaking parts of the world. The song reached the top of the sales charts in the United States in 1963, and was the only Japanese language song to do so.

Dan Ikuma "Hana no Machi"
May 17, 2001 from Apr 7, 1924
He is a composer of the classical music that represents Japan, and an essayist. The composition
of the nursery rhyme etc. was handled.

Tamezo Narita "Hamabe no Uta"
Oct 29, 1945 from Dec 15, 1893
He studied music in Germany. The round, the chorus tune, and the orchestra tune, etc. were learnt under elder statesman Robert khan's of Germany composition field (1951 from 1865) severe guidance, and a new composition technology was absorbed.

Shinpei Nakayama "Habu no Minato","Sunayama"
Dec 30, 1952 from Mar 22, 1887
He composed the remainder like a nursery rhyme, a new folk song, and the popular song, etc. by 3000.
He is called Foster in Japan.
He is also famous for writing "Tokyo Ondo" as the promotional theme song of the Tokyo Olympics.

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