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Published on Feb 25, 2014
concept Multus in Latin means 'many' or 'more'. Tomoko creates a series of concerts in Japan and the Netherlands that include on one hand more pianos and pianists and on the other hand more disciplines. Tomoko is known for her multi lateral approach to music. For this series she integrates -- film archives from the 1920's.... Multus is an experience of more of everything!
Multus #2: Dance on Piano
Multus #2 consists of the following compositions François-Bernard Mâche Styx for two pianos, eight hands (1984) Igor Stravinsky Sacre du Printemps for four pianists (1913) Erik Satie Socrate, Drame Symphonique en 3 parties, Arrangé pour 2 pianos par John Cage (1944)
credits concept: Tomoko Mukaiyama music: Igor Stranvinsky, François Bernhard Mâche, John Cage piano: Tomoko Mukaiyama, Gerard Bouwhuis, Shinji Urakabe, Yusuke Sato installation: Tomoko Mukaiyama technical support: Yoshihiro Yoshida production: Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation, Monten Hall
support Performing Arts Fund NL Japan Art Council Tokyo Council Asahi Art Foundation Edith Grove Co. Ltd. EYE Filmmuseum The Netherlands