Early Japanese Tape Music (1953-1956)





  1. Toshiro Mayuzumi "Works for musique concrete X. Y. Z" -- X (1953)
  2. Toshiro Mayuzumi "Works for musique concrete X. Y. Z" -- Y(1953)
  3. Toshiro Mayuzumi "Works for musique concrete X. Y. Z" -- Z (1953)
  4. Yoshio Hasegawa "A musical tale for radio "The World in the Jar (1956)"
  5. Makoto Moroi / Toshiro Mayuzumi - "Variations on numerical principle of 7" (1956)
  6. Toru Takemitsu - "Clap Vocalism" (1956)
  7. Toru Takemitsu - "Ki. Sora. Tori (Tree. Sky. Bird)" (1956)
  8. Toru Takemitsu - "Clap Vocalism" (1956)


Concert series of Japanese contemporary music after WWII at Kioi Hall in Tokyo. This issue includes unreleased and rare tape music. Toshiro Mayuzumi "Works for musique concrete X. Y. Z (1953, earliest musique concrete in Japan)" Makoto Moroi / Toshiro Mayuzumi "Variations on numerical principle of 7 (1956)" - same source of Hiroshi Shiotani's CD "Oto no Hajimari wo Motomete" - Toru Takemitsu "Vocalism A.I", "Ki. Sora. Tori (Tree. Sky. Bird)", "Clap Vocalism" (1956) Yoshio Hasegawa "A musical tale for radio "The World in the Jar (1956)"