“The Last Man of Fukushima” (2016) for bass clarinet, violoncello and piano
Digital CD now available at BandCamp >>
“The Last Man of Fukushima” is a project that brings together some of my compositions of classical and film music between 2006 and 2016. Ten years of composition and two styles converging on this CD, with my friend and usual collaborator Luis Caballero on cello and Pablo Pascual on bass clarinet – an instrument that I was interessted in some time ago. As the name of the composition for cello and piano, the CD name refers and is dedicated to Naoto Matsumura, the last man of Fukushima, the guardian of abandoned animals during nippon’s tragedy.” – K.B.
The CD was recorded at Conservatorio profesional de música de “Manuel Quiroga” in Pontevedra, june 24, 2015. Mixed and mastered at Radio Galega, february 2 and 3, 2015 (Santiago de Compostela). Sound engineer: Pablo Barreiro.
Special thanks to Luis Caballero and Pablo Pascual for being highly professionals and for the collaboration and to the illustrator Kristina Sabaite for the wonderful CD cover!
The CD also contains the original soundtrack music for the short film “A última moeda” (the last coin). The soundtrack was recorded on october 7, 2015 at Conservatorio profesional de música de “Manuel Quiroga” (Pontevedra) by the “Piruleta Vermella” team. Sound engineer: Paco Brisaboa. More information about this project by the writer Fina Casalderrey, director Xoan Vidal Alonso and “Piruleta Vermella” read here >>
Special thanks to Diego De Coo Diz for this “making of” video!