Vol. 155 Matsumoto Kazuya

Last week, I went to Hokkaido for the first time in my life. One of my friends moved out from Tokyo to Hokkaido to do what she want to do and it seemed that she got used to her new life in Hokkaido. So I went all the way to Hokkaido to meet her.

We earnestly took a drive around a part of Hokkaido and she took me various tourist spots.  I was amazed by how pretty and beautiful the nature of Hokkaido was. Especially, the autumn leaves which I looked at from an open-air bathtub was a majestic sight. My friend entirely got used to live in as a country life. She also became so pretty to me and then somehow a word of a novelist or an artist came up to my mind  that it would be impossible to be attractive as to get older without a fulfillment of life. Various things also happened to her new life but I thought I want to enrich my body and soul with various experiences like her.

 

Today’s artist is “Kazuya Matsumoto” who comes from Ishikawa prefecture. I have never been to his concert so he is one of the artists that I want to see. He uses Japanese traditional instrument or craft product in his music and he has new style of music that we have never seen yet. I think that it is so difficult to establish his current distinctive style of music. Please check his mysterious sounds out.

 

 

 

 

先日、人生初めての北海道に旅行に行ってきました。半年ほど前に、やりたい事をやるために、東京から北海道に移住した友達がいて、ようやく生活も落ち着いてきたようだったので、旅行がてらその子に会うために遥々北海道へ。ひたすらドライブして、いろんなところに連れていって貰ったのですが、まぁ自然の綺麗なこと。特に、連れていって貰った温泉の露天風呂から見える紅葉は絶景でした。

友達も東京のシティー感こそ抜けたものの、とても綺麗になっていて、何かの小説かアーティストの言葉か忘れましたが、年齢を重ねる毎に魅力的になっていくことは精神の充実なしではありえないといったような意味合いの言葉を思い出します。きっといろんなことがあるとは思いますが、彼女のように山あり谷ありを身の肥やしにできたら素晴らしいのだろうなぁと思った今回の旅です。

 

本日のアーティストは松本一哉さん。石川県出身の打楽器奏者。
まだ、生の演奏を拝見したことがなく、一度ライブを拝見したいと思っているアーティストの方々の一人です。演奏で使用されている楽器には、日本の伝統的な打楽器や、工芸品などの非楽器も使われていて、これまた新たな音楽を切り拓くスタイルをお持ちの方。一般的な音楽とは異なるゆえ、現在の独自の音楽のスタイルを確立することは容易いことではないと思います。是非、彼の神秘的なサウンドに聞きいってみて下さい。

 

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