The Winter: Flying Visit

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Acoustic instrumental music by Wellington, New Zealand, improvising trio The Winter.

Mike Kingston: charango, guitar, clarinet

Dave Edwards: ukulele, sanshin, tenor sax, piano

Simon Sweetman: xylophone, percussion

In 2012 we lived in three different countries.  This was recorded during a one-week window of opportunity when we were all back in NZ, in August (the southern hemisphere winter).

A remix from this session also serves as the overture to the Other Islands: 2012-2018 compilation.

Some new international influences are apparent – Mike brought his charango from South America (¡Ole!), and I brought a sanshin from Okinawa, Japan (がんばって!), in the interests of pan-Pacific cross-cultural fusion.

The bird on the cover is a kaka (North Island New Zealand native parrot).

Also available:

The Winter: Parataxes

The Winter: Swansong (for the Huia)

The Winter: 2011

The Winter: Exit Points

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3 thoughts on “The Winter: Flying Visit

    Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2013 | fiffdimension said:
    22/12/2013 at 2:02 pm

    […] The Winter: Flying Visit (2012) […]

    Other Islands: 2012-2018 « fiffdimension said:
    29/04/2018 at 9:57 pm

    […] The Winter: Flying Visit (2012) […]

    2012 « fiffdimension said:
    16/11/2018 at 6:07 pm

    […] southern hemisphere winter. Mike and Simon and I reconvened for an acoustic jam, which became the Flying Visit […]

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