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Ksak Yamada: Symphony in F major 'Triumph and Peace' ()

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Ksak Yamada: Symphony in F major 'Triumph and Peace' - Takuo Yuasa (conductor)
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  1. Overture for orchestra in D major
  2. Symphony in F major ("Kachidoki to heiwa" (Triumph and Peace))
  3. Kurai tobira (The Dark Gate), symphonic poem
  4. Madara no Hana, symphonic poem
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In 1912, a 26-year-old music student from the provinces attending the Musikhochschule in Berlin turned out a well-composed and very conventional overture and four-movement symphony for his theory class. In 1913, the same student wrote two very progressive, very expressive, and very mystical symphonic poems for himself and a handful of like-minded friends. Not, one would imagine, a singular story in the heady days and decadent nights of fin de sicle Berlin except that in this case the province in question was Japan, the ...

Ksak Yamada: Symphony in F major 'Triumph and Peace' 2004, Naxos

UPC: 747313535026