Somei Satoh: Kyokoku (1991)

  • Am Vor 9 years

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    Somei Satoh (*1947): Kyokoku, for baritone and orchestra (1991).

    Katsunori Kono, baritone
    Tokio Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra diretti da Tetsuji Honna.

    Cover image: painting by Kaway Gyokudo.

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Flying Popsicle
Flying Popsicle

Does anyone know where I can purchase a copy of this performance?

Vor Monat
Stephen Routledge
Stephen Routledge

This is so beautiful it has turned me into a golf ball diver.

Vor 4 Monate
Anastasija Kokovic
Anastasija Kokovic

I adore this composer, and I am so glad I discovered him! I love how even though his harmonic language is kind of always repeating somehow it still feels incredible and complex in its simplicity. And the silence, it's amazing how he uses silence to balance those big waves, it's almost as important as the music itself!

Vor 6 Monate
Johannes Schäbel
Johannes Schäbel

Lyrics: There is something that contains everything. Before heaven and earth it is. Oh, it is still, unbodied, all on its own, unchanging, all-pervading, ever-moving. So it can act as the mother of all things. Not knowing its real name, we only call it Tao. If it must be named, let its name be great. Greatness means going on, going on means going far, and going far means turning back. So they say: "Tao is great, heaven is great, and humankind is great; four greatnesses in the world, and humanity is one of them" People follow earth, earth follows heaven, heaven follows Tao, Tao follows what is. - Lao Tzu

Vor 9 Monate
Matt Johnson
Matt Johnson

The past times of me and my brother.

Vor year
R.D. Dragon
R.D. Dragon

This is a "wow" piece for me! I plan to investigate a lot more of his music. Reminds me in some ways of Feldman, Part, and Takemitsu. I notice you have a lot of Japanese composers on your channel. Who would you pick as your top 2 or 3 favorite?

Vor 2 years
Kiarinadia
Kiarinadia

Takashi Yoshimatsu for me.

Vor 10 Monate
Luboslav Nedelchev
Luboslav Nedelchev

Listening to this makes me wanna delete the comments (this one first) and ban them and just let it be.

Vor 3 years
Philippe Cirse
Philippe Cirse

We don’t listen SATOH without investing a little thought and time to his philosophy and his inspiration, to be able to breathe the scents of his prodigious musical architecture !!

Vor 3 years
Johannes Schäbel
Johannes Schäbel

@Philippe Cirse I would be interested in your very subjective psychological reactions to this music - be it intellectual or emotional : ) If you have anything more to share, I'm thankful!

Vor 9 Monate
Philippe Cirse
Philippe Cirse

@Johannes Schäbel Of course, my comment is subjective and I intellectualize a little too much; it may be because of the confinement that we all undergo in these troubled times .. I think it's a music that calms the mind and plunges us into sweet reverie before a restful sleep (Thanks to Google trad. because I am a humble French musician ;)

Vor 9 Monate
Johannes Schäbel
Johannes Schäbel

Can you share some thoughts of yours about this music and philosophy? I would love to hear them. I feel that this music is very intensively evoking mysterious feelings in the subconcious which can be frightening for me sometimes. But it also has a very strange and barely seizable sense of consolation.

Vor 9 Monate
john salacan
john salacan

how beautiful!

Vor 3 years
roger robie
roger robie

meh...

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

This is one of those powerful pieces that move me.

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

Powerful.

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

This music unlike anything I've ever heard before...

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

What type of music is this?

Vor 4 years
Francois Globensky
Francois Globensky

Beautiful...

Vor 2 years
enc iru
enc iru

How does a flower bloom or a tree grow?

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

+enc iru When I listen to Satoh's music, why does it make me think of the past, present, and future? Is it because of the power of his music? HOW DOES HE DO IT?! It's too good...

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

+enc iru Out of all of them, who is the most similar to Satoh?

Vor 4 years
Noble 6
Noble 6

+enc iru Yeah same! Would Toru Takemitsu fit in that list? Who are all of these artists mainly inspired by? We should talk about this more together if you want.

Vor 4 years
Kuang-Li Cheng
Kuang-Li Cheng

nice

Vor 4 years
isaiah cruz
isaiah cruz

Yep.

Vor 4 years
Alaattin Kirazci
Alaattin Kirazci

çok güzel! Sanatçının eline yüreğine sağlık.

Vor 5 years
wendo123
wendo123

Now I also do know this Japanese Composer.  I do like Philip Glass, Arne Nordheim and now Somai Satoh-Sama. Thank you.

Vor 5 years
Bo Gorzelak Pedersen
Bo Gorzelak Pedersen

This is wonderful.

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

haha you're freaky man !

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

All the japanese know Satoh, by the way?

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

Show me where i said this!

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

My dear, i just wanted to endorse the criativity and the sensibility of some japaneses to create such masterpiece like this. By the way, I used the adjective “astonishing” on the positive way. Just to complement, is not our rudeness if some people only know the primitive culture of “some” brazilians, and think lamentably that all the brazilian culture is primitive to. Yes, it can't be translated by translation tools. I guess!

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

We brazilian are grateful when we're reminded. Specially of our upper parts!

Vor 8 years
thomasthomtithom
thomasthomtithom

I cant believe. Japaneses once more, they will never give up! Astonishing!

Vor 9 years

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