Tiny Musical (2015 Remaster)

  1. Overture
  2. Departure
  3. Parterre
  4. Seaside
  5. Lete
  6. Light Dance
  7. Sky
  8. Glim
  9. Moon
  10. Shorebird
  11. Light Dance - Home
  12. Remembrance
  13. Just a Few Minutes
  14. Smile

The music flows and brims in your heart, and having continuance moment of passing memories is just like you' re in dream. Akira Kosemura' s second full album. Akira undergoes huge changes of tunes, to genuine musical pieces from recent conceptual pieces, by putting the most importance to enjoy the sounds With his original pastoral musicianship, Akira added catchy and open beat programming to "Departure (T2)." "Parterre (T3)" has fresh digital sound and craftily intertwined guitar sound. Also his piano solo tune "Light Dance (T6)" could be said as this album' s highlight. Every single piece was just beauty and filled with his creativity. The album "Tiny Musical" is a proof of the miracle which music can bring about.

Akira Kosemura

Born in Tokyo in 1985, Japanese composer Akira Kosemura debuted his first solo album, "It's On Everything", on an Australian label in 2007 while he was still in school. That same year, he founded his own label, Schole Records, and garnered good reviews by releasing various albums of crossover genre music featuring the sounds of piano, strings, winds, synthesizers, and field recordings. Akira has composed music for film, stage, game and commercials, including the Cannes 2020 feature film True Mothers (Asa Ga Kuru) directed by Naomi Kawase, the OWN series Love Is__ produced by Mara Brock Akil, Nintendo Switch game JACKJEANNE produced by Sui Ishida, TBS series Chugakusei Nikki, a contemporary ballet piece MANON choreographed by Kimiho Hulbert, and Japan Pavilion in Milano EXPO. Also the Amazon original movie Jonas Brothers CHASING HAPPINESS and French movie Mais vous êtes fous used Akira's catalogue. In recent years, he has worked collaboratively with international brands such as LA MER BLUE HEART, LAND ROVER, L'OCCITANE, TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist., Nikon, Rado, IKEA and KINFOLK. Also Akira featured Devendra Banhart on a single titled Someday. His works have received high acclaim from media outlets around the world, including Pitchfork in the US.

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