©2006 Akio HIZUME
MARUCUBE, MARUNOUCHI BUILDING, Tokyo, Japan
Organized by THE JAPAN ARTS FOUNDATION
photo: Ayako OKADAFIBONACCI TOWER
150 MOSO bamboo poles
I believe any architecture is a kind of musical instrument.
Several musicians sounded the tower by various ways.
The Fibonacci Tower is also a special recording room.
I recorded the following audio data of their performances.
Sound Arrangement: Hidefumi Nagai
Itsuro Kai, Kaon Kai (percussion, flute)
Tamami Tono (SHO: Japanese traditional bamboo flute)
HANAHORE (keyboard, percussions, guiter, flute, voice)
Tokuhisa William (voice)
HANAHORE (keyboard, percussion, guiter, flute, voice)
Akinori Ito (computer)
Ryota Noguchi, Yoshiyuki Kimura, Tomoko Ninomiya, Akio Hizume (TTKTK bamboo percussion)
Fuyuki Enokido (KOTO: Japanese traditional harp)
Kyoko Shioda, Tomoko Ninomiya, Akio Hizume (TTKTK bamboo percussion)
Tamami Tono (SHO)
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