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Dai Fujikura: Chance Monsoon

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Dai Fujikura: Chance Monsoon

Soichi Muraji

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Chance Monsoon (Dai Fujikura)

1
Chance Monsoon
Soichi Muraji
00:05:36

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Soichi Muraji, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Returning (Dai Fujikura)

2
Returning
Jacob Greenberg
00:03:14

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Jacob Greenberg, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Uto (Dai Fujikura)

3
Uto
Yui Ensemble
00:06:36

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Yui Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

2 Little Piano Pieces (Dai Fujikura)

4
No. 1. Seksek
Jacob Greenberg
00:03:07

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Jacob Greenberg, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

5
No. 2. Ayatori
Jacob Greenberg
00:02:02

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Jacob Greenberg, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Neo (Dai Fujikura)

6
Neo
Hidejiro Honjoh
00:08:25

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Hidejiro Honjoh, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Rare Gravity (Dai Fujikura)

7
Rare Gravity
Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra
00:14:52

Antoni Wit, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer - Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Silence Seeking Solace (Dai Fujikura)

8
Silence Seeking Solace
Alice Teyssier
00:10:55

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Anne Lanzilotti, Artist - Meaghan Burke, Artist - Alice Teyssier, Artist, MainArtist - Marina Kifferstein, Artist - Leah Asher, Artist

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

Cello Concerto (ensemble version) (Dai Fujikura)

9
Cello Concerto (ensemble version)
Katinka Kleijn
00:23:34

Dai Fujikura, Composer - Katinka Kleijn, Artist, MainArtist - International Contemporary Ensemble, Ensemble - Karina Canellakis, Conductor

(C) 2017 Minabel (P) 2017 Minabel

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