Yoshihiro Hanno a.k.a Multiphonic Ensemble begun to perform late 80's, took poetry reading and other role with his Avant-Garde Jazz unit. Its sound had a flavour of Hip Hop elements and method. His 1st album Portrait of a Poet under his real name Yoshihiro Hanno has universalistic beauty and received the many compliments from artist like Ryuichi Sakamoto and Jim O'Rourke. He composed the music for the movie Flowers of Shanghai, directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien, which was nominated to Cannes Film competition, this was Hanno's first movie soundtrack. 1999, he released a 2nd album for Sub Rosa Cirque as 'Multiphonic Ensemble'. Hanno wrote the theme music for the movie called Platform directed by Chinese director Jia Jia Zhangke who is most respected Chinese director in the new generation. Hanno's album April Music on Canvas#1 & Canvas#2 (remixes) are now available as one release on Sub Rosa, including 'Canvas#1' in its entirety and a selections of the remixes [Oval, Christophe Charles, Hidenobu Ito] appearing on the 'Canvas #2'. These tracks were only available in Japan (on Hanno's label Cirque) so far from 'classical' music to intense destructuration, a new form of avant-garde. (label info)
in stock | BE| 2001| SUB ROSA | 5.90

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