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Taeko Kunishima's Late Autumn is the perfect storm of repertoire, arrangements and players, with something for everyone. On this, her third album for 33Jazz, Shizuoka-born, London-based pianist Taeko Kunishima has retained only shakahuchi player Clive Bell from her previous recording, Red Dragonfly, but the energy level attained on that fine album remains undimmed here, provided by trumpeter Sean Corby, bassist Paul Moylan, and drummer Maxwell Hallett, supplemented by percussionist David Ross and (on the title-track) by.
Album · 2012 · 9 Songs. Released: 22 Apr 2012. More By Taeko Kunishima. See All. Red Dragonfly.
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.
Her third album, Late Autumn, was recorded in May 2011. The album featured and was produced by Clive Bell, inspired by the works of Japanese film maker Yasujirō Ozu. It "mixes her natural lyricism with Japanese surrealism and fast swing American jazz". Taeko Kunishima's Late Autumn is the perfect storm of repertoire, arrangements and players, with something for everyone" (Lawrence Peryer). The fourth album, Iridescent Clouds, was released on the 33Jazz label in September 2016.
Taeko Kunishima: Iridescent Clouds by James Nadal, published on September 24, 2016. Accompanied again by Clive Bell, recognized master of the shakuhachi flute, and secured by the steady bass of Paul Moylan, the ensemble is augmented by percussionist Camilo Tirado.
Taeko Kunishima (September 2) is a Japanese jazz pianist. Initially influenced by classical composers, she switched to jazz music after listening to Miles Davis . Her third album, Late Autumn, was recorded in May 2011 References. a b c "Taeko Kunishima – Biography".