The concert which used Theremin, the cello, the digital piano, and the music software tool at the France restaurant "chez DAIGO" in Tokyo Iidabashi on Mon., November 1, 2004 was held.
The singular genius and the gifted musician N. Ubukata who are a synthesizer player live in Kyoto now. ERI and Mie lives in Tokyo.
The server for music work was installed and it connected with the Internet.
A PDF score, streaming MP3, and the data of DigitalPerfoermer were prepared transmitting and receiving on the Internet.
Sun., October 31.N. Ubukata who arrived by airbus to Tokyo goes into rehearsal studio, he makes MIDI connection of the software MX4 synthesizer just announced from MOTU, and begins a sound design.
ERI and Mie were performing the fixed rehearsal from the 3rd week in studio in October.
And the concert started.
ERI which performs theremin perfectly. It will be made to recognize that Theremin is a musical instrument to be sure. Mie who performs the digital piano P90 which plays acoustic sound, and a splendid cello.
The software MOTU MX4 newest synthesizer which appeared as if it expressed respect in the oldest electronic musical instrument in the world invented in 1920.
Gymnopedie which made full use of various musical instruments, and was arranged in the original world. And Gelsomina which attaches neither whom nor a thought as probably performing by theremin. A melody also with a beautiful original musical piece.
The perfect arrangement by the musical instrument by which individuality is different, respectively is wonderful.
The performances of a total of 15 music including encore were performed.
Costarring of the oldest electronic musical instrument and the newest digital sound. Negotiation of a cello and Theremin. Furthermore, delicious wine and French cuisine. They are the contents which were very substantial.
ERI said after the live end.
"I am making the preparations which surprise you in the future."
If this live event has not been felt, when this trio gathers again next time, I will recommend you that I have you surely hear it.
November 1, 2004
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