村山政二朗 Seijiro Murayama : a snare drum, a cymbal, sticks, brushes.
江崎將史 Masafumi Ezaki : trumpet
木下和重 Kazushige Kinoshita : violin
there are many facters,elements that we ignore easily by thinking that they don’t influence us too much because their differences are too small for us to perceive them well or we cannot really realise how and why they influence us, what kind of relations there are between these elements and us, because of too much parameters.
in any case, we were instrumentalists, not scientists at the moment of this public recording session. it was masafumi ezaki who organised this event in a pretty closed space and it seems that this fact added a certain particularity to my suggestion which gave artistic ( i don’t say musical ) direction of the concert.
my proposal is : 1, playing three sets (for 40,20,10 minutes in this order). 2, each time we change the position (left,center,right) in the space.
i cannot say how all this influenced our music, but i think it surely
did. hope you feel and enjoy it.
text by Seijiro Murayama