20th November 2017 Release
Jessica / Mizuha Nakagawa / Prefuse73
artwork: Ayano Tachibana
direction: Yuri Suyama
recording: Kenji Miyamoto
mastering: Seigen Ono
1 Interlude I
2 Clair de lune(movie)
3 Après un rêve
4 Interlude II
5 Chanson d'amour
6 La feé aux chansons
8 Interlude III
9 Le secret
10 Une Sainte en son auréole
12 Interlude IV
13 Au bord de l'eau
14 The Fragments of Au bord de l'eau
15 Interlude V
17 Interlude VI
18 La Lune blanche luit dans les bois
19 Interlude VII
20 Pie Jesu(Requiem)
Faure is the one of the foremost French composers of the 19th Century.
Even though his contemporaries attempted to break away from the classical mode, he remained at the edge between tonality and atonality. He went on to write beautiful melodies and elegant harmonies.
Faure's songs are just as fresh and beautiful today. This timeless avant‐garde will reach out to every listener without abandoning anybody.
”Art, especially music, will pull human beings from reality as much as possible.”
(Nectoux “Gabriel Fauré: A Musical Life” P.732)
Studied under Yoshiko Oda and Yuko Yoshitake. Released 7 albums and 4 singles from Pony Canyon and PROGRESSIVE FOrM. Collaborations with artists such as DE DE MOUSE, World's end girlfriend, josephnothing. Also participated in compilation albums e.g."The Girl from Ipanema : Antonio Carlos Jobim tribute", "Ryuichi Sakamoto Tribute".
diploma (Piano) and diploma (CHAMBER MUSIC), Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Alfred Cortot.
B.A. (Piano), TOHO GAKUEN SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Released George Crumb's [Makrokosmos Vol.2] in 2013, recorded by Seigen Ono.
Guillermo Scott Herren, aka Prefuse 73, is a leading 21st Century electronica artist.
He gained many followers as the pioneer of Electronica-HIPHOP by creating the breakthrough way he chopped vocal clips into pieces and rebuilt it in the tracks.
By using deep and sharp beats and beautiful structural layers of sound, he constructs a deep groove.
As a cutting-edge musician signed to the UK’s Warp Records, he continues to release a variety of albums and EPs under the aliases Savath & Savalas, Delarosa and Asora, Piano Overlord and Ahamad Szabo. He is also the president of Yellow Year Records.
Seigen Ono (Mastering) Made a debut in 1984 from JVC. In 1987, he became the first Japanese to sign with Virgin UK (3 albums as an artist), and Virgin Music Publishing (10 years as a composer). As an engineer, he has supported various works of artists both in and outside Japan, including Ryuichi Sakamoto, Miki Imai, John Zorn, Arto Lindsay, Keith Jarrett, Miles Davis, King Crimson, COMME des GARCONS, Kronos Quartet, and Saburo Kitajima.
Ayano Tachibana (Artwork) Graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Product and Textile Design, Textile Design Course. Studied under the stylist, Saisuke Iga, and went independent as a freelance stylist in 2012. Her main works include styling for commercials, music videos, and films, as well as production of costumes and displays.
Chiyoe Sugita (Photographer)
Began studying under Mikiya Takimoto in 2002. Went independent with her activities in 2007.
-GRAPHIC / Mr.Children, NESCAFE GOLD BLEND, JR EastJapan, NHK Taiga-Drama, SUNTORY BOSS, SUNTORY ALL FREE, Sane-International, NATURAL BEAUTIY BASIC, NTT docomo, Seibu Train, nepia
-MOVIE / SUNTORY BOSS“SILKY BLACK”WEB MOVIE, JR EastJapan "MY FIRST AOMORI"PRCM, HOUSE C1000 CM, KansaiTV"GOING MY HOME"OP TITLE, Betsudai"ZERO CUBE"PRCM google AdWords Express Sane-International" NATURAL BEAUTIY BASIC 2013, nepia Tissue Animals MOVIE、SONY α5000 Concept MOVIE Kanro Pyuregumi TVCM
Yuri Suyama (Design + Direction) From book designs to designing artworks, music, fashion, and perfroming arts. Has an alternative space “nani” in the studio located in Tomigaya, Shibuya. His works include printed works for “Monkichou” by mina perhonen, “mamma” by Shuntaro Tanikawa, “Drumming” by Rosas, “renai Shousetsu” by Tomoyo Harada, “Kimi no na wa” by Radwimps, “snow, silence, partially sunny” by Sachiko M + Ryuichi Sakamoto, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Yokohama Museum of Art, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, and Bernard Buffet Museum.