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Izayoizuki (feat. Shirabenosoushi Kaori-ne)

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Masatoshi Kainuma

Izayoizuki (feat. Shirabenosoushi Kaori-ne)

  1. Izayoizuki (feat. Shirabenosoushi Kaori-ne)

In Japan, the sixteen night moon is called "Izayoi" and "Izayou" means hesitating.
The name given from the place that appears later than the full moon day.
"zuki(Atsuki)"means moon.

musician
[ Shirabenosoushi Kaori-ne ]
Kinsui Sato(shakuhachi)
Kaori Kitsu(vocal)
Mitsuru Uchida(guitar)
Rikiya Nakamura(piano)
Masatoshi Kainuma(percussion)

Masatoshi Kainuma

Percussionist. He has been engaged in percussion performances in a non-genre, including self-organized and participating groups, artist support and studio work. He also composes and arranges music at the same time, and also works on dance stage music and productions. In particular, the borderless sound creation and performance is based on Latin, Caribbean, Brazilian, African, Asian, Arabic, European, folk music, etc. and creates music in a unique way. In addition to percussion instruments, he also plays keyboard percussion instruments such as marimba, ballaphone, vibraphone, steel pan, and Arabic Qanun.

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