Breath: Live at Melb Didge Fest 2013

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Breath performed Live at the Melbourne Didgeridoo and Cultural Festival at the Mia Mia Aboriginal Arts Precinct in Westerfolds Park, Templestowe in March 2013.

“The highlight of the festival … absolutely international class. BREATH is ... a remarkable combination of traditional Australian and Japanese instruments and post-modern beat boxing. Collectively they leave audiences gasping… Leila Gurruwiwi of the Galpu Clan … was utterly blown away by this innovative combination.” - Dean Frenkel, Melbourne Didgeridoo and Cultural Festival organiser.

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released March 2, 2013

Recorded by David Matthews.
Performed by Sanshi (didgeridoo); Reo Matsumoto (beatbox); Anne Norman (shakuhachi) with guest artist Koji Matsumoto (halo) on track 9.

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Anne M Norman Melbourne, Australia

Anne is a shakuhachi player performing in a wide range of music. Anne trained in Japan in 3 lineages with Nakamura Shindo, Tajima Tadashi and Yamaguchi Goro. She has played since 1986 (following 14 years of playing silver flute).
Anne's latest album is with the trio Breath, featuring shakuhachi with beatbox and didgeridoo. Physical CDs of Ocean Breath may be ordered from info@didgeridoobreath.com
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Track Name: Ibuki
Ibuki means breath in Japanese.
Track Name: Sattva
呼吸とは瞑想と深く結びつく活動である
呼吸と声とは互いが深く結びつく営みである
十三仏真言と呼吸から成る音の祈りの営みへ
Track Name: Flying Fish
飛行劇
待つは光
生への執着

This track name has a history... it has taken its name from a debate within the band about the title of a duo on their album Ocean Breath.
That track was eventually called Coastal Track.... THIS solo is now known as Flying Fish... ah the vagaries of asking musos to label their own music!
For some of that history, you might like to read this essay: http://annenorman.wordpress.com/2013/07/07/human-nature/