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ブラス エクストリーム トウキョウ
曽我部 清典（トランペット）、 上田 仁（トランペット）、 堂山 敦史（ホルン）
村田 厚生（トロンボーン）、橋本 晋哉（テューバ）
Keith EMERSON / Eruption from Tarkus (Arr. 鶴見 幸代)
Luciano BERIO / Call for brass quintet (1985)
Vinko GLOBOKAR / DISCOURS VII (1986)
Shi hyong KIM / Baby for Fanfare (2003)
Wonsook LEE / Tanzische Fanfare (2003)
Seung Jae CHUNG / Delayed Illusion (2003)
Yong Ju LEE / Korean Fanfare (2003)
松平 頼暁 / simulation for tuba solo (1970-75)
Bob MARLEY / Get Up Stand Up (Arr. 福井 とも子)
鶴見 幸代 / 筋楽 (2003)
Frank ZAPPA / Uncle Meat (Arr. 鶴見 幸代)
Composed 2003 in Yokohama〜現代作曲家シリーズ〜にて委嘱作品「醸鹿」発表(2003). 映画とのコラボレーション舞台作品"SEXTET"(2003).
Shi hyong Kim / Fanfare for Baby (2003)
wrote this work for my baby who will be born soon. While writing
this work, I felt being happy.
Shi hyong Kim (b.1972) graduated from the college of music,
Seoul National University with Prof. Seung-jun Choi, Sukhi
Kang. He got the master and doctorate degree of music in composition,
at the Academy of music in Krakow with Prof. Marek Stachowski.
He took a prize from the Dong-a Music Competition, the Contemporary
Music Society Competition and the Seoul Music Festival. His
works has been performed in Korea and abroad.
Currently, he has been teaching at Seoul National University
and several universities in Korea. As an active composer,
he is a member of Contemporary Music Society, Composer's Alliance
of New Music, Korean section of ISCM and ACL.
.Wonsook Lee / Tanzische Fanfare fur
Fanfare is a fanfare for dancing. In this piece, dancing means
western dance such as bolero, which consists of simple motivic
rhythms making various beats of dance through non-metrical
Wonsook Lee studied composition at Seoul National University
and Staatliche Musikhochschule
Heidelberg-Mannheim in Germany. She lectures at several universities
such as Seoul Nationl University and Suwon University
Luciano Berio / Call pour quintette
de cuivres (1985)
to Nashville Brass Quintet.
Luciano Berio was born in Oneglia, Italy. After studies with
Ghedini at the Milan Conservatory, he worked for the Italian
Broadcasting Corporation from 1953 until 1960, when he founded
the Studio di Fonologia and directed a concert series under
its name. He has taught in America at Tanglewood, Mills College
and Harvard University, and in Europe at Darmstadt and Dartington;
from 1965 to 1971 he was a member of the composition faculty
of the Juilliard School in New York. He ran the electro-acoustic
department of IRCAM in Paris until 1980; in 1981 he founded
tempo Reale, an institute for new music, in Florence. In 1988
he became an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music,
London. He has also been awarded the prestigious Siemens Prize.
Yong Ju Lee / Korean Fanfare (2003)
gradually getting faster tempo and rising melody make exhilarating
climax, which can be felt by Wheemori and Jajinmori in Korean
traditional folk musics. In this piece, these folk musical
phenomena are expressed concisely.
Yong-Ju Lee graduated Seoul National University of Music College,
where he studied composition and he continued to study composition
at Staatliche Musikhochschule Freiburg in Germamy. He won
several prizes from the German Radio Broadcasting, Cultural
Department of Siemens and the 4th Nachwuchsform founded by
Musik Texte. His music was introduced by the radio program
of Franktrut and Bremen. Currently, he gives lectures at several
universities incuding Seoul National University.
Sachiyo Tsurumi / KINGAKU - imperfect
product - Concerto (2003)
Tsurumi was born in 1976 and receivedher BA in musical composition
from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 1999.
She participated in the International Gaudeamus Music Week
in Amsterdam and was given the Honorble Mention in 2000. She
has been challenging to break the traditions and pursue her
own way to present musics.
Seung Jae Chung / Delayed Illusion for
Brass Quintet (2003)
main idea of the piece is to simulate a delay effect without
electronic devises but with brass instruments.
Seung Jae Chung received bachelor’s degree at Seoul National
University, and master’s and doctoral degree at Manhattan
School of Music. He studied with Chung‐Gil Kim, Giampaolo
Bracali, Nils Vegeland, and Richard Danielpour. His music
was performed during Gaudeamus Music Festival in 1996. Mr.
Chung served as a director of electronic music studio at Manhattan
School of Music and taught electronic music courses from 1998
to 2000. Currently he is a member of ACL, Contemporary Music
Society in Seoul, the composers Group Ji‐Eum and Korean section
of ISCM. He is teaching at Seoul National University, Korea
National University of Art, and etc.