Japanese sounds for Haiku inspiration
Sakura-sakura (.au file, 96k) - Ancient folkloric japanese music. Sakura means "Cherry flower"
From "The Japanese Album - CBS Masterworks - Dinner Classics"
Music in the CD: Sakura-sakura, Chin-Chin-Chidori, Yamanakabushi, Tôryanse, Chidori No kyoku, Defume, Oharabushi, Shimabara No Komoriuta, Imayoh, Imayô, Chugoko-Chiho-No-Komoriuta, Jôcashima No Ame, Haru No Umi, Sakura, Sakura.
See also an image of sakura (from Soka University)
Darkness In Dreams (a) (78k) and Darkness in Dreams (b) (63k)
From "Yas-Kaz - Darkness in Dreams ; Selected Pieces 1983-1989"
Music in the CD: Darkness in Dreams, Shiro-I Hebi, Jungle Book, Junpu, Mr. Nowhere, Bamboo On The Beach, Camel Princess, Journey From Water, Taiga, Delight Of Ricefield, Cara-Kira-Windscape III, Finale Calendar.
Harinoumi (28k)

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