Performer: Mamoru Fujieda
Title: Radiated Falling
Edition Omega Point
|1||The Art Of Fugue: Version III||5:34|
|2||The Art Of Fugue: High Speed Version I||2:48|
|3|| Draft Pieces |
|4||Radiated Falling: Version III||8:24|
|5||The Art Of Fugue: Version VI||6:07|
|6||The Art Of Fugue: Version I||4:25|
|7||The Art Of Fugue: High Speed Version II||3:13|
|8||Radiated Falling: Version II||7:35|
|9||Radiated Falling: Version I||6:43|
|10||The Art Of Fugue: Version V||6:22|
|11||The Art Of Fugue: Version IV||6:22|
|12||The Art Of Fugue: Version II||4:56|
|OPA-011||Mamoru Fujieda|| Radiated Falling (CD, Album, Ltd)||Edition Omega Point||OPA-011||Japan||2009|
- Edited By [Sound Editing] – Tsutomu Suto
- Liner Notes – Mamoru Fujieda
- Photography, Design – Kentaro Matsui, Shin Akiyama
- Piano [Playing For Sound Materials] – Akemi Satomi (tracks: 1-1, 1-4, 2-2), Tomoko Niikura (tracks: 1-2, 1-3, 1-5 to 2-1)
Hand-numbered edition of 50 copies with bonus 3" CDR containing draft pieces.
Radiated Falling is based on "Falling Scale No.2 for piano" .
The Art of Fugue is based on a simple fugue in four voices from the first piece in The Art of Fugue by J.S. Bach.
Both works (slight different version) were issued on flexi-disc by ALM Records in 1981.
© Mamoru Fujieda