|1.||"Pictures Of Japan" (3:41)|
|2.||"Pictures Of Japan II" (1:00)|
|3.||"Pictures Of Japan III" (1:08)|
|4.||"Pictures Of Japan IV" (2:24)|
|5.||"Pictures Of Japan V" (1:52)|
|6.||"Pictures Of Japan VI" (1:52)|
|7.||"Pictures Of Japan VII" (3:00)|
|1.||"Pictures Of Japan VIII" (1:33)|
|2.||"Pictures Of Japan IX" (1:58)|
|3.||"Pictures Of Japan X" (3:18)|
|4.||"Pictures Of Japan XI" (1:52)|
|5.||"Pictures Of Japan XII" (2:05)|
|6.||"Pictures Of Japan XIII" (2:46)|
|7.||"Pictures Of Japan XIV" (2:46)|
During the early 1980s, German composer Gerhard Trede donned the Victor Cavini alias for a trio of library music albums that have since become confirmed collector's items. Here dusty-fingered diggers Be With Records offer up a new re-mastered edition of the first of these, "Japan". As the title suggests, Trede's compositions are short "pictures" of the Far East nation built around traditional Japanese instrumentation and familiar musical tropes. They're all rather good though, evoking mental images of temples hidden in glades and the incidental music often found on some of the more bizarre martial arts movies of the '70s and '80s. If you dig library music with an exotic twist, they're well worth a listen.
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