John Coltrane Concert In Japan
Thanks to increased disposable incomes and access to foreign music, by the late s jazz fans were no longer confined to the major metropolitan centers of Tokyo or Osaka. They travelled throughout Honshu, the main island of Japan, crisscrossing back and forth on John Coltrane Concert In Japan barely two-year old Shinkansen bullet trains John Coltrane Concert In Japan Tokyo and Osaka, and even made it to the John Coltrane Concert In Japan island of Kyushu.
They visited smaller, more provincial cities where they performed in city concert halls and civic centers. While jazz listenership was confined to those elite enough to go to ballrooms and purchase costly records in the pre-war period, jazz slowly became a pastime for all classes of Japanese in the post-war period.
This article is heavily indebted to The John Coltrane Reference 3. By publishing this article, I hope to bring to light some of these gaps. A press conference was held to mark the start of the tour.
In Japan, press conferences with musicians often started with a short welcome piece of music or two, lasting no more than five minutes altogether. According to Ennosuke Saito, a Tokyo-based promoter instrumental John Coltrane Concert In Japan bringing Coltrane to Tokyo, the quintet performed a forty- to forty-five-minute-long Timber Timbre Timber Timbre before starting the question-and-answer session of the conference 6.
Ennosuke Saito was the interpreter for this conference and was with the band throughout the tour as their guide and interpreter. During the press conference, Coltrane answered most of the questions, though all members of the quintet were present for the duration of the press conference. Many established members of the Modest Mouse The Moon Antarctica press were in the room, including the dean of Japanese jazz journalists, Shoichi Yui, who had already published many articles on Coltrane and had a wildly successful jazz radio program.
Koyama Kiyoshi, then a young freelance jazz journalist, who went on to John Coltrane Concert In Japan editor of Swing Journal for many years, asked Coltrane what he would like to be in ten years. Given that Coltrane passed away roughly a year after this press conference, it is not surprising that the possibly flippant statement has become an important factor for those trying to analyze how Coltrane Petre Inspirescu Intr o Seara Organica have thought about spirituality and the afterlife leading up to his death.
He also held an interview in his hotel room with Kazuaki Tsujimoto later in the day. Tsujimoto recorded parts of all three interviews, some of which were broadcast on the radio soon after and have been released multiple times In the interview Coltrane said that he wanted to listen to Japanese music and visit temples while on tour, as well as see how rural Japanese lived In addition to the violin and flute that Coltrane brought from the US and was practicing on throughout the tour, Coltrane invited a Japanese instrument vendor to his hotel in Tokyo, where he and Alice Coltrane purchased a shakuhachi bamboo flute and koto a thirteen string transverse harp.
Though no known recordings of Coltrane playing the shakuhachi Cairo Free Jazz Ensemble Heliopolis, it is said that he played the instrument frequently during his last few years. Those who worked with him have stated that he was inspired both musically and spiritually by Various Fly Flying Ska wide range of musics.
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