Music and Media => The Music Circle => Topic started by: Mag on 3 Sep 2021, 12:50 am

Title: What's Your Favorite Kitaro Song?
Post by: Mag on 3 Sep 2021, 12:50 am
Kitaro has a lot of albums so it is difficult to narrow it down to just one song. But if you had to pick just One which song would get your vote?

I have a fondness for 'Dance of Sarasvati' from the album An Enchanted Evening with Kitaro. What does it for me is the masterful playing of the Mandolin, (I think that is the instrument) beautiful music IMO.  :inlove:
Title: Re: What's Your Favorite Kitaro Song?
Post by: FullRangeMan on 3 Sep 2021, 06:07 pm
Iam not in to this composer by chance of life, I have heard him a few times and its a complex music, dense and organic and difficult to evaluate at first glance, but I had a great Jewish friend who liked him a lot, he was not an audiophile, but a real music lover.

However in this same line of Japanese prog I could recommend you Isao Tomita, in the early 1990s in a audio shop of a friend there was a client who was an engineer in a communications company, the Eng.Coutinho was a surprising nice guy, he cracked the wall of the apartment he lived in with a DIY bazooka subwoofer that he built, while listening to Tomita-The Planets, he invited friends from the store to this event, it was a high volume audition, at the critical moment the room went into resonance and the wall near the sub cracked more than a meter long, the guys ran out to the street, it was an event very commented on in the store. When I am retired with more time I will dedicate me to Kitaro and Tomita.