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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Morita, Yasunoshin: El Nino Trueno 

 

 

Basic information

  • Title: 
    El Nino Trueno
  • Duration (in minutes): 
    12
  • Year of composition: 
    2016
  • First performance (year): 
    2017
  • First performance (venue): 
    Densho Hall, Shibuya, Tokyo
  • First performance (performers): 
    Masayuki Nino(perc)
  • Genre: 
 

Notes

  • Program notes: 

    Among all the gods in all times and places, "Raijin"(the Thunder God) is most suitable to be called "the God of percussions". Raijin is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in Japanese mythology
    and the Shinto religion, typically depicted with fierce and aggressive facial expressions, standing atop a cloud, and is shown beating on drums. Raijin is often depicted as a protector and/or warrior figure
    within Japanese temples and shrines.
    The player is supposed to be touched by divinity of "the Thunder God" in this piece, to have the audience awe-inspiring to the nature.

 

Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
1
MusiciansInstruments
Percussion
1
Cymbals
Tamtam
Bongos
Wood Blocks
Other

 

 

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