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  2. Glee: The Music, Best of Season One Soundtrack buy CD music Chicken Scratch is the social dance music of the native people of southern Arizona in which polkas, comebia, two-steps and other old world dances are give a Native American granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfog: Footnotes.
  3. John Kaizan Neptune: On a stroll along a "water's edge" one can encounter many colors. This comprises the first two of a three-part tune I wrote for modern dancer Keiko Fujii. (The third part, "Footnotes," is heard later in this album.) When I wrote it, I started with two ideas: "something free" and "something in three." 3: On a Raft: いかだに乗って.
  4. John Kaizan Neptune songs It is surely music such as this which deserves the label of "World Music" and which is likely to serve as a steppingstone towards music of the future." - Akira Ebato, University Ethnomusicologist "At times Neptune and the rhythm section sounded as much Latin or Afro-Cuban as American or granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfog: Footnotes.
  5. John Kaizan Neptune. American player and builder of the shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute). He is known particularly for his use of the instrument in non-traditional contexts, such as jazz and cross-cultural music. He is acknowledged worldwide as one of the most gifted composers and performers of shakuhachi music and has created a unique synthesis of shakuhachi and American jazz granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfog: Footnotes.
  6. Nov 04,  · John Kaizan Neptune Shakuhachi Performance in Los Angeles. Japanese “shakuhachi” flute master and subject of a new documentary, John Kaizan Neptune will be performing in Los Angeles. He will be performing his greatest hits that span decades and transcend any one genre of music.
  7. John Kaizan Neptune is the undisputed master of the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute, especially as it has been applied to jazz! What an unusual pairing--a traditional eastern instrument with an indigenously western musical idiom. In his CD entitled "Jazzen" Neptune creates a beautiful and breath-taking fusion of5/5(4).

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