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Akira Kosemura
In The Dark Woods

Akira Kosemura’s new release is called In The Dark Woods, and it lives up to its name by creating a powerfully intimate atmosphere. These words are not dark in a scary sense (this isn’t an album with jump-scares), but in the sense that the outside world is shut off and Kosemura and the listener can feel together. Piano, wurlitzer, strings and synths were used in the recording.
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Akira Kosemura
One Day

A new sleepytime CD via Schole sees Akira Kosemura improvise fluid piano pieces, procuring a warmth after Frahm and Thomas Koner albeit with a very different approach. These pieces were recorded on Kosemura's old family piano and connect to his musical excursions as a child, reflected in the abiding sentimentality of this work. One Day will no doubt be... nice.

Akira Kosemura & Haruka Nakamura
Afterglow


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Akira Kosemura
Embers

Japanese melancholy pianist Akira Kosemura is known for his touching, introverted compositions. For the original soundtrack of the movie Embers (2014), he added a string quartet to the mix, creating a bit more of an orchestrated sound to emphasize the simple, emotional themes that characterize his work.
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Akira Kosemura
Trio

The master of simple, unpretentious melancholy, Akira Kosemura, rearranged some of his older work for piano, cello and violin. The compelling result was performed live, resulting in a captivating record that skips around between calm introspection, subtle modernist classical transitions and simply joyful eruptions.

Akira Kosemura
Manon


Various (Akira Kosemura, Motohiro Nakashima etc.)
Note Of Seconds: Schole Compilation Vol 2


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Akira Kosemura
Duo


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