Part 1: Prelude - Suite: Expressions On The Melody Of Kokiriko
“Expressions On The Melody Of Kokiriko” is a composition of Mao Sone, that he was trying to identify and substantiate memories of his childhood of the landscape and the sounds of Toyama, the place where his grandpa and grandma live. This song is a suite formed from five different sections; Prelude, Recollection, Landscape, Grandpa’s Garden, and Journey. Mao used the elements including grooves, motif, and texts from the traditional folk song called “Kokiriko Bushi”.
The song, "A Letter", is that Mao wrote recently for his grandma who passed away couple years ago.
Mao Soné plays the trumpet, keys, synthesizer, voice, flugelhorn, percussions, and drums.
Mao also mixed, and edited the video.
Part 2: Recollection - Suite: Expressions On The Melody Of Kokiriko
Seeking The Light In The Darkness
Mao Soné joined in the new music video of great Japanese female drummer, Misaki Nakamichi. Misaki and Mao collaborate to compose and arrange this new song. Please watch it. If you like it, please share the video. Your sharing would help the artists....
Terri Lyne Carrington
Terri Lyne Carrington is a 3-time Grammy Award winning jazz drummer and producer. She received a full scholarship to Berklee College of Music at age 11, and later became the youngest person to receive an honorary doctorate from the college as well. She has performed with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Diana Krall, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Chaka Khan, Stan Getz, Lalah Hathaway, Dianne Reeves and more; she is currently Zildjian Chair in Performance at Berklee College of Music's Global Jazz Institute.
Visitor (M. Sone)
Visitor" (M. Sone)
Anthony Fung Quintet Mao Sone: trumpet Edmar Colon: saxophone KyuMin Shim: piano Jonny Chapman: bass Anthony Fung: drums
Recorded live at The Red Room @ Cafe 939 Misha Danilov: stage crew Jonathon Ellington: stage crew Marian Gomez: stage crew
Recorded by the Berklee Internet Radio Network Ryan Walsh: recording engineer Simon Katz: mixing engineer, assistant recording engineer
Filmed by 21summit Productions Joe Barnard: videographer, editor
Mastered by M Works Studios Jonathan Wyner: engineer