Cam Lasky - Tokyo Hyaku Synchronicity #57 Outfall & Sandbank

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Music Inspired by
#057 Mitsumata Wakare no fuchi 
from Hiroshige's 100 Famous Views of Edo
歌川広重「江戸名所百景 夏の部 第57景 みつまたわかれの淵
and
Giuseppe De Francesco's Tokyo Hyaku

"Mitsumata" refers to the Sumida, Onagi, and Hakozaki Rivers, and "Wakare" refers to the boundary between fresh and salt water. in Hiroshige age, this area had been transformed into a marshy area with thick reeds and rich waterways, and had become a new famous place for viewing fujiyama-watch.

「みつまた」とは、隅田川、小名木川、箱崎川のことで「わかれ」とは、海水と淡水の境界。かつては一大歓楽街が形成されていた中州も度重なる洪水のため、広重の頃には葦の生い茂る湿地帯に変わり豊かな水路を取り戻し、新たな冨士見の名所となっていた。

Produced, Written and Performed by Cam Lasky
Engineering and Mixed by Sonar Graham
P&C 2018 Cam Lasky under exclusive license from KWAIOTO Records

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

 

Music Inspired by
#057 Mitsumata Wakare no fuchi 
from Hiroshige's 100 Famous Views of Edo
歌川広重「江戸名所百景 夏の部 第57景 みつまたわかれの淵
and
Giuseppe De Francesco's Tokyo Hyaku

"Mitsumata" refers to the Sumida, Onagi, and Hakozaki Rivers, and "Wakare" refers to the boundary between fresh and salt water. in Hiroshige age, this area had been transformed into a marshy area with thick reeds and rich waterways, and had become a new famous place for viewing fujiyama-watch.

「みつまた」とは、隅田川、小名木川、箱崎川のことで「わかれ」とは、海水と淡水の境界。かつては一大歓楽街が形成されていた中州も度重なる洪水のため、広重の頃には葦の生い茂る湿地帯に変わり豊かな水路を取り戻し、新たな冨士見の名所となっていた。

Produced, Written and Performed by Cam Lasky
Engineering and Mixed by Sonar Graham
P&C 2018 Cam Lasky under exclusive license from KWAIOTO Records

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