MUSIC FROM JAPAN WORKS INFORMATION


Composer Name: Teruyuki Noda

Composition Name: Reflection

Composition Date:                       1977 
Configuration:                         Trio
Featured Instrument:                   Shakuhachi
                                       Koto
                                       Violincello
Japanese Instrument(s):                Y
Length:                                16'
Players:                               3
Version (Original/Revised):            O
MFJ Presented:                         Y

Recording Title:                       Yonin-No-Kai Tokyo
Released:                              1981
Performers:                            Yonin-No-Kai Tokyo
Label Name:                            Toshiba EMI
Recording Format:                      Record Album
Commercial/Non-Commercial:             C
Recording (American/Japanese/Other):   J
Release (American/Japanese/Other):     J
Solo/Compilation:                      C
Item Number:                           TA-80004
Number of Copies:                       1 


American Premiere Venue:               St. Luke's Church
American Premiere City:                New York
American Premiere Sponsor:             Music From Japan
American Premiere Date:                11/12/78
American Premiere Performers:          Sano, Shirane, Yamaguchi

Other Premiere Venue:                  The Kennedy Center
Other Premiere City:                   Washington, D.C.
Other Premiere Sponsor:                Kennedy Center
Other Premiere Date:                   2/1/79
Other Premiere Performers:             Sano, Shirane, Yamaguchi
Name of Publisher:                     ONT Contemporary Japanese Music Series
Article/Review:                        R

Publication:                           The New York Times
Title:                                 MFJ offers 4 NY Premieres
Author/Critic:                         Peter G. Davis
Publication Date:                      11/14/78
Reaction:                              Positive
Synopsis:                              "quite hypnotic, delicate and expressive...dramatically aggressive
Origin (American/Japanese):            A
Article/Review:                        R

Publication:                           The New York Times
Title:                                 MFJ Offers 4 NY Premieres
Author/Critic:                         Peter G. Davis
Publication Date:                      11/14/78
Reaction:                              Positive
Synopsis:                              "Mr. Noda's piece is quite hypnotic, delicate and expressive
                                       in its juxtaposition of blown, bowed and plucked sounds, yet
                                       more dramatically aggressive than seems to be the norm for most..
Origin (American/Japanese):            A

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