Kojiki

Kojiki

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by Kitaro
     
 

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This new album is classic Kitaro, with many layers of synthesizer and orchestral textures stating the themes. There are more classical elements on this record, and a more "composed" feel to the songwriting.  See more details below

Overview

This new album is classic Kitaro, with many layers of synthesizer and orchestral textures stating the themes. There are more classical elements on this record, and a more "composed" feel to the songwriting.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/05/1997
Label:
Domo Records
UPC:
0794017106328
catalogNumber:
71063
Rank:
69102

Tracks

  1. Hajimari
  2. Sozo
  3. Koi
  4. Orochi
  5. Naggeki
  6. Matsuri
  7. Reimei

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kitaro   Primary Artist
Steve Kindler   Violin
Hiroshi Araki   Guitar
Jeremy Cohen   Concert Master,Choir Master
Ronald Erickson   Violin
Clifton Foster   Violin
Shoji Fujii   Drums
Hideo Funamoto   Timbales,Timpani
Roxanna Jacobson   Viola
Greg Mazmanian   Violin
Jeff Neighbor   Bass
Sharon O'Connor   Cello
Nathan Rubin   Concert Master,Choir Master
Irene Sazer   Violin
Greg Sudmeir   Musical Direction
John Tenney   Violin
Emily VanValkenburgh   Violin
Jim Hurley   Viola
Dan Reiter   Cello
Jenny Amador   Violin
Carla Picchi   Violin
Ruth Freeman   Viola
Carol Schwamberger   Violin
Pat Klobas   Bass
Adrienne Duckworth   Violin
Linda Ghidossi de Luca   Viola
Mark Drury   Bass
Yasuo Ogata   Keyboards
James Shallenberger   Violin
Timothy Spears   Bass
Cliff Van Valkenberg   Violin
Thalia Moore   Cello
Sara Usher   Violin
Eline Van Den Ende   Violin
Jennifer Culp   Cello
Sharon Calonico   Violin
Shinji Eshima   Bass
Skywalker Symphony Orchestra   Track Performer
Dan Rieter   Cello
Kohhachi Itoch   Electric Bass
Stefan Hersh   Violin
Shinji Neighbor   Bass
Terry Adams   Cello

Technical Credits

Kitaro   Arranger,Producer
Tom Flye   Engineer,Engineering
Greg Sudmeir   Director,Musical Director
Reijiro Koroku   Musical Supervision
Geoffy Mori   Art Direction
Eiichi Naito   Direction
Yokichi Ohsato   Executive Producer
Miyuki Ueda   Illustrations,Drawing
Ronald Sternberg   translation
Hisashi Yamamoto   Executive Producer
Dino Malito   Direction,Management
Goofy Moti   Concept

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Kojiki 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tall_Tiger More than 1 year ago
This albumn is one of of two that I rate the very BEST in all the hundreds of CD's that I have in my library. Kitaro completely takes your mind and puts it on a world journey and takes you through many events as the journey continues. Your mind is completely at ease as you arrive at different destinations in your subliminal journey. This CD can effectively be used to take your mind away from outside interference, frustrations (heavy city traffic) or to lie back on an international flight as you put yourself in the cockpit and align your compass with the stars. I have played this CD at least 3,000 times in the last 12 years. I travel on international flights frequently and I take this CD and the Kitaro "Tenku" albumn as my sole music relaxation to make the time go by. I can honestly say you will get every penny in return for your investment in these CD's. Kitaro is truly an unsung hero in the world of modern composers. He is from Japan and creates such an open door to releasing all your stress and frustrations. I currently own 8 Kitaro CD's. Please note that if you buy this CD, that you should buy the "Tenku" albumn as well!