pass​-​port

by audace

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Sven B. Schreiber
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Sven B. Schreiber It's always amazing what magic can be done with just two instruments. This duo from Japan proves it with clarinet and accordion. Examining the tags, it seems that Manabu Kitada and Shiko Ito see themselves in the jazz genre, but while listening, I'm experiencing a much stronger association with folk. In any case, it's fantastic music, regarding both the virtuosity as well as the writing skills of the performers. Favorite track: 移動祝祭日.
Arnkæll
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Arnkæll Feels a little mysterious. Also, nice to hear more of that bass clarinet. Superb. Favorite track: 傀儡の踊り.
Mert R. Polat
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Mert R. Polat I didn't even listen this album yet. But i know that they are good as the others.
ian catface
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ian catface Thank you for such an exciting adventure! (´。• ᵕ •。`) Favorite track: さざ波とホトトギス.
Tayler Skirvin
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Tayler Skirvin Tranquil and full of expression Favorite track: 終りの街.
HPBearman
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HPBearman I heard of Audace through Pewdiepie and LOVED their first album so I wanted to get their second too.
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about

This is our 2nd album recorded in 2009. All tracks were written by audace. We recorded this album in a small room. Us 2 players,a recording engineer and a distributing guy were in the room. No booth.Kind of home made music.

On this album,we try to figure out some story or diary about an imaginary journey through our compositions. So,album title should be pass-port.

We hope you can travel your own deep journeys. Bon voyage!

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released November 1, 2009

Manabu Kitada/clarinets
Shiko Ito/accordion

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