Patterns of Plants, composed between and , is Mamoru Fujieda's magnum opus. Working with the “Plantron,” a device created by botanist and artist. This past September, Fujieda released a two-disc album featuring a large selection of these works performed by renowned pianist Sarah Cahill. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Patterns Of Plants" on Discogs. Listen to Mamoru Fujieda: Patterns of Plants on Spotify. Sarah Cahill · Album · · 32 songs. Generating melodic material through the micro-changes of surface-electric potential on leaves, Mamoru Fujieda's second Tzadik release was composed. Mamoru Fujieda: Patterns of Plants · Streaming Unlimited MP3 $ Listen with our. Free App · Audio CD $ · 2 New from $ To create the piece, Fujieda measured the electrical impulses on the leaves of plants using the “Plantron,” a device created by botanist/artist Yūji Dōgane, and. Mamoru Fujieda: Patterns of Plants. Sarah Cahill. Classical · Preview. Song. Time. Disc 1. Patterns of Plants, the Twenty-First Collection: Pattern A. The composition series "Patterns of Plants" by Mamoru Fujieda is an ongoing project of which first album was released in Throughout the. Composed between and , Japanese post-minimal innovator Mamoru Fujieda's Patterns of Plants is a set of works based on the readings.
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