℗ 2006 Songlines Recordings
 

Ontophony

Michael O'Neill, Uzume Taiko

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1
Being & Doing
Uzume Taiko; Michael O'Neill
29:55
2
Luffness
Uzume Taiko; Michael O'Neill
15:19
3
Jedaya
Uzume Taiko; Michael O'Neill
7:41
4
Horse of a Different Colour
Uzume Taiko; Michael O'Neill
13:58
Total Playing Time    66:53
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- All About Jazz

Michael O’Neill, a classically trained composer and pianist, was drawn as a youth to the highland pipes and has been playing them ever since. O'Neill has also been involved since the 1980s in composing and performing works for gamelan, the traditional ensemble music of Java and Bali, and has collaborated for many years as a piper with the contemporary taiko group Uzume Taiko. He brings all these elements together on 2006's Ontophony: four works composed for pipes and various percussion instruments (taiko, djembe, tabla, Tibetan and Chinese cymbals, etc.).
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Songlines Recordings Studio Masters

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