Obscure Tape Music Of Japan Vol. 14: Background Sound In Textile Pavillion Of Expo ’70
- Titre: Obscure Tape Music Of Japan Vol. 14: Background Sound In Textile Pavillion Of Expo ’70
- Artiste: Joji Yuasa
- Label: Edition Omega Point
- Format: CD
- Genres: 1970's, Avant Garde, Musique Concrète, Sound Art, Misc Japan
- Prix: €25,90UE (incl. 19% TVA)€21,76non UE
In the EXPO '70 in Osaka, many avant-garde artists were participated in architectures, space design, environmental design and sound works. Espacially in Textile Pavillion ('Sen-i Kan' in Japanese), most remarkable experimental event"Space Projection 'Ako'" for multi-channel tape music by Joji Yuasa and image projection by filmmaker Toshio Matsumoto was carried out. And also in the pavillion, background sound for several space and objects were composed by Joji Yuasa. Electronic sound on track 3, modulated sound made from marimba on track 6 and indetarminate composition for three electric guitars on track 2... are these music for 'background' really??
track 1: Music for 'Pattern-Slide"Mon'yoh" '_6'10"
track 2: Music for 'Colourful World'_8'13"
track 3: Music for 'White World'_8'44"
track 4: Voices of Dolls (mixed version of Japanese, English and Portuguese)_13'36"
track 5: Voice of 'Raven' objects_3'43"
track 6: Background Sound of Central Dome_7'32"