J.Hendrix | Sekigahara

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by J.Hendrix

The Traditional sounds of East Asia meet a Western Classical Since of form in J.Hendrix’s First Epic Symphony entitled: Sekigahara.
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1. Sekigahara (Symphony #1 in A Minor)
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Album Notes
J.Hendrix (J.Pop Super_star, jimi) is probably best known for creating exciting sound-scapes in the world of Hip-Hop and Rap (The Block All-Stars 2330 Kalakua Avenue, Waikiki, Japop Music Presents: Eyes on the City, Eyes on: The Instrumentals). What most don't know is that Hendrix is an Avid Composer of serious instrumental music. Sekigahara is his first offering of its kind. This wonderful piece skillfully blends western classical style with the beautiful sounds of China and Japan. The first movement’s short motif brilliantly moves into movement #2 with its thunderous tympani conjuring images of the pivotal battle this piece was named for. The brief third movement showcases the percussion section before flowing effortlessly into the 21st century blending the sounds of the Chinese Pipa, Electric Bass, Trap set, etc. The Cadenza completes the piece with a beautiful variation on the main theme rendered on piano. This piece is timeless and will be a valuable part of your collection for many decades to come.


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hamasaki mai

great sounds of japan
I got a copy this peice from itunes. it is quite interesting and delight to listen from this composer. I have conducted and play classical violin so I enjoy very much.

Cherie Campbell

Hello J. I like your work. My email address is cac102574@yahoo.com and I have a myspace page. contact me