Taeko Kunishima | Red Dragonfly

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Red Dragonfly

by Taeko Kunishima

This Japanese pianist/composer brings forth a musical melding of Asian exoticism, European romanticism, and American swing on her latest release.
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Red Dragonfly (duo)
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2. Misty Mountain
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3. To Be Scolded
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4. Cold Winter
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5. The Moon Above the Ruined Castle
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6. Ink-black Night
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7. Night of the Hazy Moon
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8. Tears in the Rain
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9. Full of Moonlight
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10. Red Dragonfly (band)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Taeko Kunishima started playing piano at seven. Particularly taken by Mozart and Beethoven. She later studied classical piano performance at university.

On hearing Miles Davis for the first time, her direction changed, leading her to explore the music of many different jazz artists, and to develop her own improvisatory technique whilst studying jazz harmony.

Since moving to England, she has continued to evolve and develop her startling angular contemporary jazz approach, echoing Thelonius Monk and influences of her native Japan.

Alongside her work with many UK jazz artists, she has also been working with musicians from many different cultures and countries, and has built up an impressive range of musical partnerships, ranging from Latin pop to electronic music and contemporary classical music


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